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Name Fowler, W.J.R. (Dr.)

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2012.117.444 - Report, Annual

A typed application and annual report for registration as a training school for nurses for the year of 1943. The application is filled out by the Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses. The report is typed in black ink, stapled at the top left corner and is eight pages in length. The first page indicates the school's application for registration and is signed by S. Agnes Campbell, the school's Superintendent and W.J.R. Fowler, the Chairman. At the top the word "Copy" is handwritten in blue ink. The following pages lists the hospital's patient intake and the number of medical procedures that occurred in the past year, the school's staff and their positions, the average grades of their studen

2012.117.631 - Booklet

A booklet titled "A Century of Care and Concern: Guelph General Hospital. The booklet contains a brief history of Guelph and gives a detail history of the hospital from 1875 to 1974. The front cover of the booklet is red with the black and white photograph of the new hospital building and a black image of the original hospital building. The back cover has three black and white photographs displayed at top. The first photograph at the top has two men escorting a patient in a hospital bed leaving an ambulance. The second photograph has a nurse holding a baby. The third photograph shows two doctors and a nurse performing surgery. At the bottom of the back cover there is a black and red drawing o

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2012.117.343 - Program

A typed program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing's graduation. The program includes the names of the presenters, a list of the music selection, and the Florence Nightingale Pledge. The numbers 0383-90 are handwritten in pencil at the top of the program. Theses numbers represent the old catalogue number that was used by the Guelph General Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association.

2012.117.733.2 - Letter

A typed letter regarding the year end report for the year of1926 for the Guelph General Hospital. The letter is two pages in length and is dated January 24th, 1927. At the top of the first page the word "Secretary" is handwritten in ink. At the bottom of the second page the signature of W.J.R. Fowler, the hospital's chairman, is present.

2012.117.291 - Report, Annual

A typed application and annual report for registration as a training school for nurses for the year of 1937. The application is filled out by the Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses. The report is typed in black ink, stapled at the top left corner and is nine pages in length. The first page indicates the school's application for registration and is signed by S. Agnes Campbell, the school's superintendent and the secretary, Wilma Grierson. The following pages lists the hospital's patient intake and the number of medical procedures that occurred in the past year, the school's staff and their positions, the average grades of their students, and the school's expectation and level of experien

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2012.117.306 - Program

A typed program for the GGH School of Nursing graduation. The program includes the names of speakers present at the graduation, the music selection, and the Florence Nightingale Pledge. The full Florence Nightingale Pledge is printed on the back of the program.

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2012.117.837 - Program

Program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing Class of 46 Graduation, dated Friday May 17, 1946. The program includes list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, music selection, and the names of the graduates (listed on the back). The graduation ceremony was located at the Chalmers Church on Quebec street.

2012.117.287 - Report, Annual

A typed application and annual report for registration as a training school for nurses for the year of 1933. The application is filled out by Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses. The report is typed in black ink, stapled at the top left corner and is six pages in length. The first page indicates the school's application for registration and is signed by S. Agnes Campbell, the school's superintendent and the secretary, Wilma Grierson. The following pages lists the hospital's patient intake and the number of medical procedures that occurred the past year, the school's staff and their positions, the average grades of their students, and the school's expectation and level of experience of th

2012.117.845 - Program

Program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing Class of 38 Graduation, dated Friday June 10, 1938. The program includes list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, music selection, and the names of the graduates (listed on the back). The graduation ceremony was located at the War Memorial Hall, Ontario Agricultural College. On the program there are additional comments handwritten in red.

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2012.117.367 - Program

The typed program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing's graduation for the Class of 1938. The program is dated Friday, June 10, 1938 and includes a list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, and the event's music selection. The graduation ceremony was located at the War Memorial Hall, Ontario Agricultural College.

2012.117.397 - Booklet

A booklet tiltled "Guelph General Hospital Established 1875 Golden Jubilee School for Nurses 1888-1938". The cover of the book is light gray. The School of Nursing logo is at the top of the booklet in red and gold. The booklet is thirty-one pages in length. The booklet includes black and white photographs of staff and students, typed articles about the School of Nursing, and a list of graduates.

2012.117.842 - Program

Program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing Class of 41 Graduation, dated Thursday May 16, 1941. The program includes list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, music selection, and the names of the graduates (listed on the back). The graduation ceremony was located at the War Memorial Hall, Ontario Agricultural College.

2012.117.398 - Booklet

A booklet tiltled "Guelph General Hospital Established 1875 Golden Jubilee School for Nurses 1888-1938". The cover of the book is light gray. The School of Nursing logo is at the top of the booklet in red and gold. The booklet is thirty-one pages in length. The booklet includes black and white photographs of staff and students, typed articles about the School of Nursing, and a list of graduates.

2012.117.849 - Program

Program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing Class of 34 Graduation, dated Wednesday May 18, 1934. The program includes list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, music selection, and the names of the graduates (listed on the back). The graduation ceremony was located at the War Memorial Hall, Ontario Agricultural College.

2012.117.848 - Program

Program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing Class of 35 Graduation, dated Wednesday May 15, 1935. The program includes list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, music selection, and the names of the graduates (listed on the back). The graduation ceremony was located at the War Memorial Hall, Ontario Agricultural College.

2012.117.481 - Report, Annual

A typed application and annual report for registration as a training school for nurses. The application is filled out by Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses. The top of the page indicates the school's application for registration and is signed by S. Agnes Campbell, the school's superintendent, the secretary, Miss Wilma Grierson, and Dr. W.J.R. Fowler. The remaining of the page lists the services available for training nurses and the total admissions per year. The report is one page in length.

2012.117.297 - Report, Annual

A typed application and annual report for registration as a training school for nurses for the year of 1938. The application is filled out by Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses. The report is typed in black ink, stapled at the top left corner and is nine pages in length. Two letters are attached to the front of the report. The first page is a letter dated October 22nd, 1938 and addressed to Miss A.M Munn, the inspector of nurses, from Elinor Palliser, the school's assistant superintendent in regards to making an error on a previously mailed out application. The letter is stamped as being received on October 24, 1938. The second page is a second letter dated October 20th, 1938 address to

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2012.117.382 - Program

The typed program for the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing's graduation for the Class of 40. The program is dated Thursday, May 16, 1940 and includes a list of presentations, awards and medals, the Nightingale Pledge, and the event's music selection. The graduation ceremony was located at the War Memorial Hall, Ontario Agricultural College.

2012.117.110 - Booklet

A booklet tiltled "Guelph General Hospital Established 1875 Golden Jubilee School for Nurses 1888-1938". The cover of the book is light gray. The School of Nursing logo is at the top of the booklet in red and gold. The booklet is thirty-one pages in length. The booklet includes black and white photographs of staff and students, typed articles about the School of Nursing, and a list of graduates. The first page of the booklet has the initials "G.G.H" handwritten in blue ink at the top right corner. At the bottom right corner there is a stamp in purple ink, which reads "Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses Reference Library". There are two loose pages that are attached to the second pag

2012.117.285 - Report, Annual

A typed application and annual report for registration as a training school for nurses for the year of 1936. The application is filled out by Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses. The report is typed in black ink,stapled at the top left corner and is nine pages in length. The first page indicates the school's application for registration and is signed by the superintendent of nurses, S. Agnes Campbell and the secretary, Wilma Grierson. The report is stamped in green ink indicating that it was recieved on October 29, 1936. The following pages lists the hospital's patient intake and the number of medical procedures that occurred the past year, the school's staff and their positions, the ave