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  • Louise Zabriskie, RN
  • gelatin silver print
  • 3.5"x 2.5"
  • Unmounted print of Louise Zabriskie, RN
  • Louise Zabriskie was a 1913 graduate of New York Hospital Training School for Nurses. After graduation, she became a night supervisor at Lying-In Hospital, where she worked until 1916. In 1919, she joined the staff of Maternity Center Association where she worked as field director until 1939. She was later on the staff of New York University as lecturer for training graduate nurses. She wrote several books most notably "Mother and Baby Care in Pictures, which was first published in 1935." The pictures in the collection are mostly from this publication.
  • People identified: Louise Zabriskie. On the cover of each of the two volumes of the photo album entitled "Complete Set of Original Illustrations in Books and Pamphlets." by Louise Zabriskie. 1929-1956.
  • Medical Center Archives of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
  • P-10365
  • portraits, alumni (NYHTSN)
    portraits, nurses
    portraits, staff (LIH)
  • Lying-In-Hospital
    New York Hospital Training School for Nurses
  • Cornell: NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Archives Image Collection
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