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REPORT 



OF 



The Brooklyn Hospital 

AND 

THE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES 

1909 



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REPORT 



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The Brooklyn Hospital 

SURGICAL DISPENSARY 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY 
DISEASES OF WOMEN DISPENSARY 
ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY 
LOW MATERNITY 

AND 

TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES 



1909 



BROOKLYN-NEW YORK 
1910 



TRUSTEES A>JD OFFICERS 
1910 



PRESIDENT 

HENRY F. NOYES 



VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER 

HENRY E. PIERREPONT EDWIN P. MAYNARD 

SECRETARY 

HOWARD S. HADDEN 

TRUSTEES 

Term expires January, 191 i. Term expires January, 1912. 

FRANK LYMAN EDWARD MERRITT 

HENRY F. NOYES ARTHUR M. HATCH 

FRANCIS L. FAMES H. V. V. BRAMAN 

JOHN E. LEECH EDWIN P. MAYNARD 

THEODORE L. FROTHINGHAM HOWARD S. HADDEN 

HENRY BATTERMAN HAROLD I. PRATT 

CHARLES E. TEALE WILLIAM E. HARMON 

WALTER ST. J. BENEDICT GEORGE HADDEN 

Term expires January, 1913. 
WILLIAM G. LOW DAVID G. LEGGET 

BRYAN H. SMITH HOWARD O. WOOD 

HENRY E. PIERREPONT WILLIAM H. WALLACE 
JOHN F. HALSTED THOMAS O. CALLENDER 

^lAYOR OF THE CITY, ex-offcio 

SUPERINTENDENT 

^fARY W. OSBORN 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY 

BERKELEY G. TOBEY 

SUPERINTENDENT OF TRAINING SCHOOL 

MARGARET L. ROGERS 



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STANDING COMMITTEES 

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EXECUTIVE 
HENRY F. NO YES CHARLES E. TEALE 

FRANCIS F. FAMES HAROLD L PRATT 

THEODORE L. FROTHINGHAM 

TRAINING SCHOOL 

FRANK LY]\L\N HFNRY F. NOYFS 

THEODORE L. FROTHINGHAM 

FINANCE 
FRANK LYIMAN HR^'AN H. SMITH 

DAVID G. LEGGET H. V. V. BRAMAN 

EDWARD MERRITT 

LAW 

WILLIA:\i G. LOW THEODORE L. FROTHINGHAM 

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

HENRY E. PIFRREPONT WILLIAM H. WALLACE. 
JOHN F. HALSTED HOWARD S. HADDEN 

WAYS AND MEANS 
WILLIAM E. HARMON HENRY BATTERMAN 

JOHN E. LEECH ARTHUR M. HATCH 

NOMINATIONS 

WAI,TFR ST. J. BENEDICT HOWARD < ). WOOD 
GEORGE IIADDFX 

HOSPITAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ASSOCIATION 

WILLIAM G. LOW WALTER ST. J. l'.l-:XEDICT 

JOHN E. LEl-.CH 

PRINTING 

BRYAN H. SMriH i:dw.\kd .\M:KKrrT 

AMBULANCE 
THOMAS O. CALLENDER ilAKoLD i I'RATT 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 
1910 

CONSULTING STAFF 

FRANK E. WEST, ^I.D Medicine 

THOMAS R. FRENCH, M.D Laryngology 

J. S. PROUT. M.D Otology 

SAMUEL SHERWELL. M.D Dermatology 

ARTHUR MATHEWSON, M.D Ofhthalmology 

JOSHUA M. VAN COTT. M.D Pathology 



VISITING STAFF 

PHYSICIANS 

ARTHUR R. PAl NE, M.D. GLENTWORTH R. BUTLER, M.D. 

GORDON R. HALL. ^LD. HENRY A. FAIRBAIRN. M.D. 

SURGEONS 

WALTER C. WOOD. M.D. RICHARD W. WESTBROOK, M.D. 

OBSTETRICIAN GYNECOLOGIST 

FRANCIS H. STUART, M.D. ROBERT L. DICKINSON, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON LARYNGOLOGIST 

JOHN .Al. CLAYLAXD, M.D. WILLIAM F. DUDLEY, M.D. 

NEUROLOGIST OPHTHALMOLOGIST 

WILLIAM BROWNING. M.D. P. C. JAMESON, M.D. 

OTOLOGIST 

J. E. SHEPPARD, M.D. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGIST 

DUDLEY D. ROBERTS, M.D. 

RADIOGRAPHIST 

JOHN II. LONG, M.D. 

DENTAL SURGEON 
U. G. WOOLLEY. D.D.S. 



PATHOLOGIST 

FRANCIS A. IIULST. M.D. 

ASSOCIATE PHYSICIANS 

HOMER E. ERASER, M.D. J. AIEADE CAT. LENDER. M.D. 

RAYMOND CLARK. M.T). THURSTON U. DEXTl-.R. M.D. 

ASSOCIATE SURGEONS 

JOHN E. JENNINGS. M.D. GEORGE L. BUIST, M.D.. 

ASSOCIATE GYNECOLOGIST 

RALPH H. rOMl-lROY, MB. 

ASSOCIATE OBSTETRICIAN 

AUGUSTUS A. HUSSEY, AI.D. 

ASSOCIATE ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON 

W. ROSS MARTIN, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE LARYNGOLOGIST 

CLAUDE G. CRANE, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE NEUROLOGIST 

FRED C. EASTMAN. Al.D. 

ASSOCIATE OPHTHALMOLOGIST . 

W. G. REYNOLDS, AI.D. 

ASSOCIATE OTOLOGIST 

WARREN S. SHATTUCK, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE GASTRO-ENTEROLOGIST 

VICTOR S. PIER, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE DENTAL SURGEON 

H. P. GOULD. D.D.S. 

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS 

EUGENE L. SWAN, M.D. WILLIAM S. SMITH. M.D. 

JOHN H. LONG, M.D. WILLIAM H. GARY, M.D. 

HERMAN F. ]\rcCHESNEY. M.D. 

ANESTHETIST 

GEORGE L. RUIST, M.D. 

ASSISTANT ANESTHETIST 

GEORGE W. TONG. M.D. 

SUPERVISOR OF AMBULANCE SERVICE 

ri..\l'DE G. CRANE. M.D. 

HISTORIAN 

VICTOR S ril'.R. M.IX 

ASSOCIATE HISTORIAN 

JOSI-.I'II L. MOOR]-:. .M.I). 

EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE TO TRAINING SCHOOL 
FRANCIS H. STUART. M.I). 
PHYSICIAN TO TRAINING SCHOOL 

III-.XRY A. FAIRB.MRX. M.D. 
OFFICERS OF THE VISITING STAFF 

A. R. PAIXi:. .Ml), rrc.udeni R. I.. I ) I ( ' K I XSDX. M.D.. Sec'y 



DISPENSARY STAFF 
1910 

PHYSICIANS SURGEONS 

IIUGENE L. SWAN. M.D. JOHN H. LUNG, Al.D. 

VICTOR S. PIER, M.D. HERMAN F. McCHESNEY. M.D. 
FRANCIS H. EIULST. M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON 

\V. ROSS MARTIN. M.D. 

GYNECOLOGISTS 

-GEORGE W. TONG. M.D. WILLIAM H. GARY. M.D. 

GENITO-URINARY SURGEON LARYNGOLOGIST 

NATHANIEL P. RATHBUN. M.D. CLAUDE G. CRANE, ALD. 

ASSOCIATE PHYSICIANS 

JOSEPH L. MOORE. ALD. ALBERT F. R. ANDRESEN, M.D. 
FRANK H. LASHER, M.D. 

CYSTOSCOPIST 

D.WID R. LLOYD, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE SURGEONS 

JAMES EDDY BLAKE. M.D. ERNEST K. TANNER, Af.D. 
FRANK L. COCHRANE. M.D. JULIUS T. ROSE, M.D. 

ASSOCIATE GYNECOLOGIST 

WILLIAM S. SMITH. ALD. 

ASSOCIATE GENITO-URINARY SURGEON 

ALEC N. THOMPSON. M.D. 

ASSOCIATE LARYNGOLOGIST 
FRANK H. LASHER. M.D. 

SECRETARY OF DISPENSARY STAFF 

ELTGENE L. SWAN. Al.D. 

HOUSE STAFF 

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GEORGE H. PALMICR. ALD House Physician and Obstetrician 

CHESTER W. COLE. AID First House Surgeon 

ROBERT S. AIcBIRNEY. Al.D Second House Surgeon 

CHARLES A. HARGITT, Al.D Assistant House Physician 

CORNELIUS A. O'LEARY, Al.D Senior Ambulance Surgeon 

HAROLD W. GARCELON. Al.D Junior Ambulance Surgeon 

JOHN H. ISQUrrH. ALD Junior Surgeon 

HAROI,D F. BUniNGTON. ALD Pathologist 



PRESIDENT'S REPORT 
1 909 



During the year 1909 there were cared for in the Hospital 
proper 2,416 patients, the total days' treatment being 45.772, 
an increase, as compared with 1908, of 3.541. The largest 
number of patients in the Hospital at any one time was 158, 
and the smallest number was 84, the daily average being 125. 

In the Hospital proper 1.344 patients were treated without 
any charge whatever, and 15,174 more received the free service 
of the Outpatient Departments ; 327 were treated in the Ortho- 
pedic Dispensary, and 3.91 1 in the Emergency Ward. Tlie 
Outpatient Department. Orthopedic Dispensary and Emer- 
gency Ward figures include revisits. 

There were 2.326 ambulance calls. 

The total expenses of the year were S82.747, an increase 
of about $4,300. This increase is largely attributable to the 
greater number of patients for whom we cared. 

It is interesting to note that, despite the increased cost of 
supplies, the per diem cost is slightly less. There has been no 
change in the quantity or quality of these supplies, but the 
careful administration of our household, together with the 
treating of a larger number of patients, has enabled us to 
achieve this result. 

The physical condition of our property has been kept up. 
The most notable improvement during the year has been the 
complete re-equipping of the two bathrooms at the north eivl 
of the building. 

Mr Thomas O. Callender was elected a Trustee in April. 

During the year we have made several special appeals to 
the public for financial aid, and with very gratifying results, 
yet despite these increased donations the year's business shows 
a slight deficiency. 

To properly care for the sick poor who come to our doors, 
we must have each year outside help. We are in receipt of a 
certain amount of the public funds, but there are many un- 
fortunates applying to us for treatment for whom the City, 



under the law, cannot pay. To enable us to care for these 
cases, we depend on the generosity of our friends. 

No more worthy charity in the City exists than a Hos- 
pital. It doors are open day and night for all those needing 
attention. The ablest physicians and surgeons in the City give 
freely of their time and skill, and it is asking but little of the 
people of the City to supplement these efforts by their financial 
help. 

The work in our Outpatient Department is very much 
restricted and hampered for lack of room. A separate build- 
ing would materially enlarge our sphere of usefulness in this 
department. 

Diplomas have been granted to the following members of 
the House Staff upon the completion of their term in the 
Hospital : 

Dr. Thomas G. Tousey. 

Dr. Frank H. Lasher. 

Dr. Albert F. R. Andresen. 

The graduating exercises of the Training School were 
held at the Nurses' Home in June, the address to the gradu- 
ating class being given by Mr. Owen R. Love joy. Diplomas 
were granted to twelve nurses. 

The separate reports of the Superintendent of the Hos- 
pital and the Superintendent of the Training School are pre- 
sented herewith. 

The Board again expresses its thanks to the professional 
staff, the executive officers and the nurses for the efficient 
services they have rendered. 

Henry F. Noyes. 

President. 




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9 

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 

Brooklyn, New York, January, 1910. 

To THE Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Hospital : 

Gentlemen: The following tables give the detail of the 
work done during the year ending December 31, 1909: 

Number of patients in the Hospital January 1, 1909 : 

Males 50 

Females 40 

90 

Number admitted during the year : 
Males 1,095 

Females 1,231 

2,326 

Total under treatment 2,416 

Number discharged during the year: 

Males 1,094 

Females 1.205 

— 2,299 

Number remaining in the Hospital December 31, 1909 : 

Males 51 

Females 66 

117 

Total 2,416 

Condition of those discharged : 

Recovered 1,618 

Improved 351 

Unimproved 107 

Died 223 

Remaining 117 

Total 2,416 

Medical cases treated 552 

Surgical cases treated 1.203 

Gynecological cases treated 203 

Orthopedic cases treated 8 

Mothers in L. M i 240 

Infants in L. M 210 

Total 2.416 



Number of patients paying full or part board in private rooms. . . 243 

Number of patients paying full or part board in wards 829 

Number of free patients 1,344 



Total 2,41ti 

Largest number at any time in the Hospital 153 

Smallest number at any time in the Hospital 84 

Daily average 125.4 

Daily average of free patients 72.8 

Average time of free patients in Hospital (days) 19+ 

( (Pay, 19,198) ) 

Number of days of Hospital care -j /pj-ee 26 574") t 45,772 

Number of prescriptions dispensed during the year 5,166 

Death Rate. 

The Death Rate from all causes has been 9.2 per cent. Deducting 
from the number of deaths 106 cases that were brought to the Hospital 
in a dying condition, and died within 48 hours after admission, the 
death rate would be 4.8 per cent. 

The free patients treated in the Hospital during the year were re- 
ceived from the following sources : 

Ambulance 499 

Visiting staff 97 

Other physicians 82 

Emergency and accident cases applying in person 335 

Police patrol 1 

The Brooklyn Hospital Dispensary 309 

The Brooklyn Hospital (Inmates) 21 



Total 1,344 

Ages of Patients Admitted During the Year. 

to 1 251 40 to 50 291 

1 to 2 26 50 to 60 137 

2 to 5 76 60 to 70 75 

5 to 10 157 70 to 80 31 

10 to 20 238 Unknown 6 

20 to 30 615 

30 to 40 423 Total 2,326 

Ambulance Calls. 
Number of ambulance calls during the year, 2,329. 

Respectfully submitted, 

M. W. OSBORN, 

Sut^erintendent. 



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ANNUAL EXPENSES 









Average 


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Expenses 


Number of 


Cost 


of Days 






Patients 


Per Day 


Treatment 


1883 


$17,451.09 


644 


$0.94 


18,537 


1884 


21,163.20 
20,239.54 


688 
820 


.93 
.78 


22,755 


1885 


25,978 


1886 


21,058.88 
21,093.10 
23,370.34 
23,826.42 


790 
862 
886 
950 


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.73 
.80 
.91 


25,354 


1887 


28.981 


1888 


29,130 


1889 


26,211 


1890 


29,796.38 
33,709.51 
38,207.86 


1,131 
1,275 
1,323 


.89 

.93 

1.12 


33,431 


1891 


36.254 


1892 


34,113 


1893 


41,051.05 
40,871.18 


1,164 
1,177 


1.14 
1.15 


35,879 


1894 


35,520 


1895 


44,022.55 


1,240 


1.21 


36,429 


1896 


50,021.24 


1,427 


1.21 


41,342 


1897 


48,797.53 


1,576 


1.15 


42,414 


1898 


51,527.90 


1,877 


1.16 


45,322 


1899 


62,130.30 


1,988 


1.27 


44,472 


1900 


66,361.18 


2,279 


1.42 


45.796 


1901 


59,179.06 
59,795 . 33 
62,419.88 


2,149 
2,114 
2,042 


1.59 
1.68 
1.55 


39,510 


1902 


37,679 


1903 


37,703 


1904 


64,800.85 


2,146 


1.61 


42.835 


1905 . . 


74,538.18 
71,375.50 


2,174 
2,075 


1.65 
1.71 


45,117 


1906 


41,630 


1907 


73,528.24 


2,215 


1.67 


43,985 


1908 


78,420.63 


2,199 


1.86 


42,231 


1909 


82,747.28 


2,416 


1.81 


45.772 



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Abstract of Diseases and Conditions Treated 

in the Medical Department During 

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DISEASES pP THE BLOOD. 

Splenic Anaemia 



DISEASES OF THE CIRCULA- 
TORY SYSTEM. 

Arteries. 

Arterial Sclerosis 4 

Heart. 

Endocarditis, Chronic Infective 1 

Myocardial Diseases. 

Dilatation, Acute Cardiac 6 

Myocarditis, Acute Infective... 1 

Myocarditis, Chronic Interstitial 5 

Neurosis of Heart. 

Arrhythmia Cardiac 1 

Tachycardia 1 

Valvular Disease, Chronic Cardiac 4 



DISEASES OF THE DIGES- 
TIVE SYSTEM. 

Intestines. 

Constipation. Habitual 2 

Colitis, Non-Specific 

Colitis. Ulcerative 1 

Enteritis, Acute Catarrhal 3 

Enterocolitis 

Gastroduodenitis 3 

Gastroenteritis 11 

Duodenal Ulcer 

Fermentation, Intestinal 4 

Enteroptosis 

Liver. 

Cirrhdsi-; of Liver, Atrophic 4 

Cholecystitis, Catarrhal 4 

Cholelithiasis 4 

Cholangitis, Catarrhal 1 

Month. 

Pharyngitis. Acute 1 

Tonsilitis, Acute Follicular 1 

Stomach. 

Hyperchylia Gastrica 1 

Ulcer. Gastric 1 






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DISEASES OF THE DUCT- 
LESS GLANDS. 

Goitre 1 

INFECTIVE DISEASES. 

Influenza 3 5 

Leprosy 1 

Malarial Cachexia 1 

Malarial Fever 7 1 

Mumps 1 

Pyaemia 1 

Rheumatic Fever, Acute 9 5 

Syphilis, Acquired 7 5 

Syphilis. Congenital 1 

Typhoid Fever 18 12 

Whooping Cough 1 

DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS. 

Nephritis, Acute 2 1 

Nephritis, Chronic Interstitial 5 6 

Nephritis, Chronic Parenchymatous 6 8 

Ur?emia, Acute 5 

DISEASES OF THE LYM- 
PHATIC SYSTEM. 

Hodgkin's Disease 1 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Arthritis, Gonorrheal 1 

Diabetes ^Nlellitus 2 

Hemophilia 1 

Heat Exhaustion 7 1 

Sunstroke 1 

Malingering 1 

Marasmus 9 4 

Rheumatism. Chronic Articular.... 2 4 

Rheumatism. Muscular 2 

Rickets 1 

Unknown 1 6 

Senility 1 

Submersion 1 



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DISEASES OF THE NERV- 
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Brain and Meninges. 

Abscess, Cerebral 

Anremia. Cerebral 



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Embolism. Cerebral 1 

Hemorrhage, Cerebral 11 

Meningitis, Cerebral 2 

Thrombosis. Cerebral 1 

Functional Brain and Serve Dis- 
orders. 

Convulsions. Infantile 1 

Chorea 

Epilepsy 4 

Epileps}-, Jackson ian 1 

Tetany 1 

Sensory and Other Types. 

Hysteria 2 

Neurasthenia 2 

Neuritis, Local Coccyx 

POISONINGS AND INTOXI- 
CATIONS. 

Alcoholism. 

Alcoholic Cerebral Qidema 2 

Alcoholic Delirium 

Alcoholism, Acute 11 

Alcoholism, Chronic 1 

Corrosives. 

Hydrochloric Acid Poisoning 

Halogens. 

Iodine Poisoning 

Mineral. 

Lead Poisoning. Chronic 8 

Mercurial Poisoning. Acute 

Synthetic. 

Carbolic Acid Poisoning 

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning 9 

Vegetable. 

Morphine Poisoning. Acute 1 

Morphine Poisoning, Chronic... 2 



DISEASES OF THE RESPIRA- 
TORY SYSTEM. 

Bronchi. 

Asthma 

Bronchitis, Acute 7 

Bronchitis, Chronic 1 

Laryn.v. 

Laryngitis, Acute 1 

Lungs. 

Abscess. Pulmonary 1 

Emphysema, Senile Pulmonary. . 1 

Hemoptysis 3 

Infarction. Pulmonary 1 





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Pneumonia, Broncho 25 

Pneumonia, Lobar 41 

Tuberculosis, Chronic Pulmonary 8 

Naso-Pharynx. 

Naso-pharyngitis, Acute 1 .. 1 1 

Nose. 
Epistaxis 2 2 2 

Pleura. 

Adhesions, Pleuritic .. 1 .. 1 .. .. 1 

Pleurisy, Acute Fibrinous 1 1 1 

Pleurisy, Chronic Fibrinous 1 1 2 2 

Pleurisy, Sero-fibrinous 9 1 5 5 . . . . 10 

Pleurisy. Suppurative 2 2 2 2 .. .. 4 



DISEASES OF THE SPLEEN. 



Splenitis, Chronic Interstitial.... 1 1 .. [ 

Injuries of the Spleen. 
Rupture of the Spleen 1 1 1 



DISEASES OF THE MIND. 



Psychosis, Confusional 1 1 2 2 

Psychosis due to Coarse Brain 
Lesion 1 .. .. 1 .. .. 1 



Total Number Medical 328 205 288 128 32 135 533 



17 



Abstract of Diseases and Conditions Treated 

in the Surgical Department During 

the Year 1909 



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DISEASES OF BONE. 

Deformities of Bone. 

Genu Valgum 2 

Genu Varum 1 

Hypertrophy of Bone. 

Necrosis of Tibia 1 

Necrosis of Superior Maxilla.... 1 

Osteomyelitis, Chronic 5 

Osteitis, Chronic 2 

Rachitis 

Periostitis 

Union of Bone. 

Faulty Union 1 

INJURIES OF BONE. 

Fractures. 

Fracture of Clavicle 3 

Fracture, Bones of Face 8 

Fracture of Femur 16 

Avulsion. Bones of Foot 

Fracture, Bones of Foot 5 

Fracture, Bones of Forearm 3 

Fracture, Humerus 3 

Fracture, Leg 23 

Fracture, Patella 8 

Fracture. Pelvis 3 

Fracture, Ribs 3 

Fracture. Scapula 1 

Fracture. .Skull, base 11 

Fracture, Skull, vault 7 

Fracture, Vertebra 4 

DISEASES OF BURS-ffi. 

Prepatellar Abscess of Prepatella 

Bursa 2 

Bursitis, Chronic 

DISEASES OF THE CIRCULA- 
TORY SYSTEM. 

Arteries. 

Aneurism of Abdominal Aorta... 1 
Feins. 

Phlebitis 

Varicose Veins ^ 





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2 


3 

1 
1 




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3 


3 

1 


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1 




1 


1 









2 




3 


4 


3 


13 


3 


1 


1 






2 


3 


1 


2 


2 


4 


3 


4 


3 


20 


6 


4 


11 


1 


2 


5 




1 


2 
1 


2 




3 


1 


2 


6 

1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 





19 
I 
5 
4 
7 

26 

12 
5 
4 
1 

11 
9 
4 



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10 



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13 



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INJURIES OF THE CIRCULA- 
TORY SYSTEM. 

Rupture of Artery 1 



CONGENITAL MALFORMA- 
TIONS. 

Congenital Malformation of Palate. 
Congenital Malformation of Spine.. 
Congenital Malformation of Testicle 
Congenital Malformation of Vagina 

DISEASES OF THE DIGES- 
TIVE SYSTEM. 

Intestines and Peritoneum. 

Intestinal Obstruction. Complete. 4 
Intestinal Obstruction, Partial... 2 

Ulcer, Duodenal 1 

Peritonitis, Acute 

Peritonitis, Chronic 

Liver, Gall Bladder and Gall Duds. 

Abscess of Liver 1 

Cholecystitis, Catarrhal 1 

Cholecystitis, Suppurative 

Cholelithiasis 1 

Gums, Teeth, Etc. 

Abscess, Alveolar 

Ludovici Angina Ludovice 

Mojith, Lips, Tongue, Etc. 

Abscess of Tonsil 11 

Hypertrophy of Tonsil and Ade- 
noids 67 

Hypertrophy of Tonsil 13 

Retropharyngeal Abscess, Acute. 1 
Inflammation of Salivary Gland.. 

Rectum and Anus. 

Abscess about Rectum 6 

Fissure of Anus 3 

Fistula in Ano, Complete 3 

Fistula in Ano. Incomplete 

Hemorrhoids 14 

Prolapse of Rectum 1 

Ulcer of Rectum 

Verm if or in Appendi.v. 
Appendicitis C)Q 

INJURIES OF THE DIGES- 
TIVE SYSTEM. 

Contusion of Intestine 1 

Wound of Liver 1 



1 


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1 


1 


2 


1 










1 


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1 


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1 



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1 


2 


1 
1 


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1 


1 

1 




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1 


1 




4 


4 




3 


3 




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15 




73 


139 


1 


15 


28 
1 




1 




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5 


6 
3 


4 


9 


5 




2 


2 

14 




2 


1 


1 


1 


1 




40 


95 


3 



6 
3 

1 
1 

1 

1 

4 
1 

5 

3 
1 

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140 

28 

1 

1 

11 
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5 
2 

14 
3 
1 

106 



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DISEASES OF THE EAR. 

Eustachian Salpingitis, Acute 1 

Mastoiditis 2 

Otitis Media, Acute 

INJURIES OF THE EAR. 

Rupture of T.vmpanum 1 

DISEASES OF THE EYE. 

Panophthalmitis 1 

Abscess of Eyelid 1 

Neuritis, Optic 1 

Ulcer of Eyelid 1 

Contusion of Eye 2 

INJURIES OF THE EYE. 

Wound of Eyelid, Lacerated 1 



DISEASES OF THE GENITO- 
URINARY SYSTEM. 

Bladder. 

Calculus of Bladder 1 

Cystitis, Acute 1 

Kidney and i'rctcr. 

Nephrolithiasis 1 

Nephroptosis 

Pyelitis 

Stricture of Ureter 

Afale Genitals. 

Paraphimosis I 

Phimosis 12 

Abscess of Prostate 1 

Hypertrophy of Prostate 4 

Abscess of Scrotum 1 

Abscess of Testicle 1 

Epididymitis, Acute "5 

Hydrocele •• 

Varicocele •' 

Abscess. Peri-Urethral 1 

Fistula of Urethra 2 

Stricture of Urethra ■'^ 

M asturbation I 

Male and Female Genitals. 

Rupture of Urethra '■'> 

Wound of Vulva 



1 
2 
2 
1 

1 
12 
1 
4 
1 
1 
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HERNIiE. 

External Hcrnice. 

Femoral Hernia 

Inguinal Hernia 48 

Umbilical Hernia 

Ventral Hernia 2 

Strangulated Hernice. 

Inguinal Hernia, Strangulated... 3 

Umbilical Hernia, Strangulated.. .. 

INFECTIVE DISEASES. 

Abscesses 10 

Cellulitis 15 

Carbuncle 1 

Syphilis 1 

Tuberculosis 12 

INJURIES. 

Traumatic Amputations 8 

Contusions 15 

JVoiiiids. 

Gun Shot Wounds 10 

Incised Wounds 3 

Stab Wounds 4 

Lacerated Wounds 15 

DISEASES OF ISOLATED 
GLANDS. 

Mammary Glands. 

Abscess of Mammar}- Gland 1 .. 1 .. .. 1 

Mastitis, Chronic 1 1 1 

INJURIES OF ISOLATED 
GLANDS. 

Rupture of Spleen 1 1 1 

DISEASES OF JOINTS. 

Arthritis, Acute 2 

Arthritis, Chronic 2 

Contracture of Knee 1 

Deformities of Joints. 

Pes Cavus 

INJURIES OF JOINTS 

Dislocation of Finger 1 

Dislocation of Patella 

Dislocation of Shoulder 3 



1 


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1 


7 
4 


52 
4 


1 


2 




55 
4 


5 


7 


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7 


1 


4 








4 


3 


1 






2 


3 


6 


10 


5 




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16 


2 


11 

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6 

1 






17 

1 
1 


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13 


8 


6 




27 


1 


2 


6 


1 




9 


9 


16 


5 


2 


i 


24 


1 


6 


1 




4 


11 


1 


3 


1 






4 




2 


1 




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4 


3 


9 


6 


2 


1 


18 



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Rupture of Internal Semilunar Fibre 

Cartilage 1 

Sprain of Ankle 4 

Sprain of Coccyx 

Sprain of Knee 2 

Synovitis of Knee 2 

DISEASES OF THE LYM- 
PHATICS. 

Bubo 2 

Lymphadenitis, Acute 2 

Lymphadenitis, Chronic -1 

Lymphangiectasis 1 

Lymphangitis . 1 

MISCELLANEOUS DISEASES 
AND CONDITIONS. 

Cicatrical Contraction 1 

Dupuytren's Contraction 1 

Diabetes Mellitus 

Burns 9 

Foreign Body in Foot 1 

Foreign Body in Hand 

Foreign Body in Intestine 

Post Operative Sinus 

Unknown 6 

DISEASES OF THE MUSCU- 
LAR SYSTEM. 

Myositis, Acute 

Torticollis 

INJURIES OF THE MUSCU- 
LAR SYSTEM. 

Muscles. 

Rupture of Erector Spinae 1 

Strain of Recti 1 

Tendons. 
Rupture, Tendons of Finger 1 

DISEASES OF THE NERV- 
OUS SYSTEM. 

Abscess of Brain 1 

Myelitis 

INJURIES OF THE NERVOUS 
SYSTEM. 

Intra Cranial Injury 2 

Traumatic Paralysis of Circumflex. 1 





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3 




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1 


1 


4 




1 


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2 







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1 




1 


14 





9 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 




3 


9 





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DISEASES OF THE RESPIRA- 
TORY SYSTEM. 

Empyema of Maxillar\- Sinus 

Abscess of Nasal Septum 

Hypertrophy of Nose. Inferior Tur- 
binate 

Pleurisy, Suppurative . 



1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 




1 


1 



DISEASES OF THE SKIN 
AND NAILS. 

Dermatitis Herpetiformis 

Eczema 

Lupus Erythematfisis 

Pediculosis 

Ulcer 

Ingrowing Toe Nail 

Paronychia 



1 




1 




1 






1 




1 




1 




1 




1 



BENIGN TUMORS. 

Adenoma Breast 

Angioma 

Chondroma, Submaxillary Gland.. 

Cystoma, Mammary Gland 

Cystoma. Neck 

Cystoma, Ovary 

Cystoma, Sebaceous of .\bdomen.. 

Cystoma, Thyroid Gland 

Cystoma, Dermoid Face 

Fibroma of Breast 

Fibroma of Uterus 

Goitre 

Lipoma, Back 

Lipoma, Ascending Colon 

Osteoma. Humerus 

Papilloma, Bladder 

Urethral Carbuncle 

Teratoma, Ovarv 



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10 


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1 
1 
2 
1 

11 
1 
1 
1 
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32 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



MALIGNANT TUMORS. 

Carcinoma of Bladder 

Carcinoma of Breast 

Carcinoma of Face 

Carcinoma of Intestine 

Carcinoma of Lip 

Carcinoma of Liver 

Carcinoma of Mediastinum 

Carcinoma Mesentery 

Carcinoma of Mouth 





1 








5 


2 


3 




1 




1 


1 


9 


1 


1 


2 




1 


1 


1 


2 






1 






1 


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1 






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Carcinoma of Neck 1 

Carcinoma of Ovary 

Carcinoma of Penis 1 

Carcinoma of Prostate Gland 1 

Carcinoma of Stomach » 4 

Carcinoma of Uterus 

Carcinoma of Vagina 

Hypernephroma 1 

Sarcoma of Abdominal Wall 1 

Sarcoma of Clavicle 1 

Sarcoma of Breast 

Sarcoma of Jaw 1 

Sarcoma of Kidney 

Sarcoma of Omentum 

Sarcoma of Skin 1 



1 
14 

1 



1 
2 

1 
1 
5 
14 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



GYNAECOLOGICAL. 
DISEASES OF THE LIGA- 
MENTS. TUBES AND 
OVARIES. 

Cellulitis. Pelvic 

Displacement of Ovary 

Hematoma of Ovary 

Ovaritis, Chronic 

Salpingitis, Acute 

Salpingitis. Chronic 



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5 





1 




8 


1 


1 








1 


1 


1 








1 


2 


1 






1 


2 


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9 


5 


i 


1 


16 


.. 25 


12 


7 


3 


3 


25 



INJURIES OF THE PELVIC 
FLOOR. 

Laceration of Pelvic Floor, Old.... 
Laceration of Pelvic Floor, Recent. 



34 32 



34 





DISORDERS OF MENSTRUA- 
TION. 

Dysmenorrhea 

Metrorrhagia 

Menopause 



DISEASES OF THE UTERUS. 

Cc-r\ical Stcnfi^i^ 

Pisplaccmciits of the Uterus. 
Displacement of Uterus. Anterior 
Displacement of Uterus, Posterior 
Prolapse of Uterus 

Endometritis. Chronic 

Laceration of Cervix I'tcri. Recent. 

Laceration of Cervix. Old 

Metritis. Chronic 

Pregnancy Extra Uterine 



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DISEASES OF THE VAGINA. 

Fistula Vesico-vaginal 2 . . 2 . . . . 2 

Cystocele 4 4 4 

Wound of Vagina, Lacerated 1 1 1 

Total Number Surgical 619 558 869 180 57 711177 

Total Number Medical 533 

Total, Medical and Surgical 1710 



OPERATIONS 



BONE. 

Cleaning and Dressing 5 

Curettage G 

Excision <> 

Incision and Drainage 19 

Osteotomy f) 

Reduction and Drainage of Compound Fracture 7 

Trephining 7 

Wiring and Suturing (Patella 11) 15 

BURS^. 

Excision 2 

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. 

Arf cries. 

Transfusion 3 

Veins. 

Excision VJ 

Ligature 2 

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. 

Laparotomy, Exploratory. 

For Tumor 8 

For Inj ury 4 

For Abscess 2 

Stomach. 

Operation for Perforated Gastric or Duodenal Ulcer I 

Gastroenterostomy 4 

Intestines. 

Suture of Intestine (Typhoid Perforations) 1 

Excision of Portion of Intestine. 

(a) Enterectomy 4 

(b) Colectomy 4 

Colostomy. 

Intestinal Anastomosis 3 

Operation for Intestinal Obstruction 10 

Operation for Diseases of the Vermiform Appendix. 

(a) During Acute Stage 66 

(b) During Quiescent Stage • • ^^ 

Opening and Draining of Abscess without Removal of Appendix 1 

Liver. 

For Abscess • 1 

Gall Bladder and Bi'e Ducts. 

Cholecystostoniy 2^^ 

Cholecystectomy 5 

Cholecystenteroslomy ^ 

Choledochotomy 5 

Rectum and Anus. 

For Anal Fistula " 

For Anal Fissure or Ulcer l*^ 

For Hsemorriioids 23 

For Abscess about Rectum 10 

For Prolapse 2 

For Condylomata 2 



26 

Mouth, Lips, Tongue. Etc. 

Plastic for Malformation 1 

Plastic for Hare Lip 1 

Incision and Drainage of Antrum 5 

Excision for Tumor 4 

Tonsil. 

Tonsilectomy 179 

For Peritonsillar Abscess I 

Pharynx. 
Removal Adenoids 179 

EAR. 

Drainage of Mastoid Antrum, Mastoiditis 7 

EYE AND EYELID. 

Enucleation Eyeball 1 

For Ectropion Eyelid I 

For Laceration of Eyelid 1 

GENITO-URINARY SYSTEM. 

Bladder. 

Cystoscopy 21 

Cystotomy Suprapubic. (Papilloma 2 — Calculus 3) 5 

Laparotomy Rupture 1 

Kidney. 

Nephrectomy 4 

Nephrotomy 1 

Nephro-lithotomy 1 

Nephrorraphy 5 

Ureter. 

Catheterization 23 

Male Genitals. , 

Circumcision 17 

Amputation Penis, Complete I 

For Hypospadias *3 

For Displaced or Undescended Testicle 3 

For Varicocele 6 

For Hydrocele 6 

For Removal of Testis 3 

For Incision Epididymis 1 

Prostate. 

Prostatectomy, Perineal 6 

Urethra. 

Suture Ruptured Urethra 2 

I^rethrotomy. 

(a) External. State Seat of Operation 9 

(b) Interna] 2 

Perineal Section 3 

Operation for Urethral Fistula 4 

HERNIA. 

For External Hernia 82 

(a) For Strangulation { [Sli?L ".'.I 

f Inguinal . . .67 
veXaiV:::! 
Umbilical . . '6 



ISOLATED GLANDS. 

For Abscess, Cyst, or Benign Tumor 7 

Excision of Breast 10 

Excision of Breast with Axillary Glands and Adjacent Strurturcs 11 

Thyroid. 

Excision goitre 5 



Spleen. 
Splenectomy (for Banti's Disease) 1 

JOINTS. 

Reduction of Dislocation of Shoulder 4 

Incision with or without Drainage 16 

Fixation or Removal of Interarticular Cartilage 1 

LYMPHATICS. 

Excision Glands 35 

MUSCLES, TENDONS AND FASCIA. 

Tenotomy .....' 2 

Union of Divided Tendon. Recent 3 

Division of Fascia-aponeurosis 1 

Incision of Psoas Abscess <. rh,.Q„j(-' 2 

NERVOUS SYSTEM. 

Xeurorraphy 2 

Laminectomy 2 

For Spina Bifida 1 

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. 

Larynx and Trachea. 

Tracheotomv '- 



Lung. 

Incision and Drainage of Abscess 1 

Xosc. Nasal Cavity, Etc. 

Plugging Nares, Epistaxis 2 

For Deviation Nasal Septum, Spur 3 

PJeura. 

Thoracotomy 11 

THE ABDOMINAL WALL. 

Incision for Abscess 



THE CHEST WALL. 

Incision for .\xillary Abscess 3 

HEAD AND FACE. 

Excision 3 

Incision 3 

Cauterization (for Cancer 2— Lupus H 3 



28 

LOWER EXTREMITY. 

Amputation (Thigh -2, Leg 5, Toes 3) 10 

Cleaning and Dressing 5- 

Excision 6 

Curettage 1 

Licision and Drainage 14 

NECK. 

Excision (Carbuncle 3, Lipoma 2, Cyst 2) 7 

Incision 3 

UPPER EXTREMITY. 

Amputation (Arm 3, Fingers 4) 7 

Incision 20 

Excision 3 

FEMALE GENITALS. 

Ligaments, Tubes and Ovaries. 

Oophorectomy 13^ 

Ovariotomy (Cyst) 11 

Suspension of Ovary 1 

Salpingectomy, Including Pregnancy Extra-uterine 20 

Salpingo-oophorectomy 23 

Perineum. 

Perinorraphy 55 

Uterus. 

Curetment Ill 

Shortening Round Ligaments, Extra-abdominal 3 

Ventral Suspension 20 

Ventral Fixation 19 

Vaginal Fixation and Interposition 7 

Hysterectonty, Abdominal, Total 2 

Hysterectomy, Abdominal, Supravaginal 33 

Hysterectomy, Vaginal 11 

Caesarian Section 5 

Cervix Uteri. 

Amputation 15 

Trachelorraphy 33 

Vagina. 

Colporraphy 25 

Colpotomy, Posterior 24 

Plastic Operations 1 

Vulva. 

Excision (Cyst) 4 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Skin-grafiing 30 

Total 1,59S 



29 

CAUSES OF DEATH IN OPERATION CASES 

Acute Appendicitis 7 

Abscess, Neck 1 

Abscess. Perineum 1 

Abscess. Pelvis 3 

Cancer. Uterus 2 

Enlarged Prostate 1 

Fractured Skull 1 

Fractured Spine 2 

Gallstones 2 

Gastric Ulcer 1 

<jun Shot Wounds 3 

Hernia. Strangulated 2 

Intestinal Obstruction 4 

Mastoid Disease 1 

Ovarian Cyst 1 

Ruptured Uterus 1 

Ruptured Extra-uterine. Pregnancy I 

Septic^semia ^ 8 

Spina Bifida 1 

Total 33 



EMERGENCY WARD 

Number of Medical Cases Treated 14-5 

Number of Surgical Cases Treated 1,824 

Number of Redressings 1,942 

Total 3,911 



30 



Abstract of Diseases and Conditions Treated in the 
Out-Patient Department During the Year 1909 



Medical: 

New Patients— Male '<"24 

Female 81'' 

Revisits l,35t 

Total 2.898 

Surgical: 

New Patients— Male 1,22-2 

Female 655 

Revisits 6,466 

Total ^-343 

Cenito-uHnary: 

New Patients 146 

Revisits 1.075 

Total 1-221 

Nose and Throat Department: 

New Patients — Male 173 

Female 197 

Revisits 869 

Total 1.239 

Gynecological: 

New Patients 539 

Revisits 855 

Tolal 1.394 

Cystoscopic: 

New Patients 15 

Revisits 64 

Total 79 

Total Number of Treatments 15.17 ! 

ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY 

New Patients — Male 64 

Female 39 

Revisits 224 

Total , 327 

X-RAY DEPARTMENT 

Number of Radiographs 233 

Number of Treatments 280 

Total 513 



31 



Abstract of Diseases and Conditions Treated in the 
Obstetrical Department During the Year 1910 



Admissions to Obstetrical Service 270 

Admissions to Low Maternity 282 

Patients Confined 214 

Births, Males 114 

Births, Females 103 

Twins (Both Males) 1 

Twins (Both Females) 1 

Twins (Alale and Female) 1 

Waiting Women 3 

Delivered Outside <> 

Primipara; 89 

Deaths (Babies) 15 

Deaths (Mother) 1 

Causes of Death. 
Woman : 

Chronic Interstitial Nephritis 1 

Septicsemia (Delivered Outside) 1 

Children : 

Still Born Children 15 

Craniotomy 1 

Prematurity 7 

Prolonged Labor '2 

Syphilitic 1 

Asphyxia, Placenta Previa 3 

Asphyxia. Rupture of Uterus 1 

Complications at or Before Df.i.iverv. 

Abortion. Induced 11 

Abortion, Spontaneous 16 

Abortion, Threatened 2 

Miscarriage, Induced 2 

Miscarriage. Spontaneous 5 

Miscarriage, ihreatened '2 

Pregnancy, Deformed Pelvis 15 

Pregnancy, Nephritis 14 

Pregnancy, Placenta Previa, Complete 2 

Pregnancy, Placenta Previa, Partial 4 

Pregnancy, Displacement of Uterus, Anterior Adherent 1 

Pregnancy, Double Uterus 1 

Pregnancy, Eclampsia '^ 

Pregnancy, Prolonged Labor 2 

Pregnancy, Pyelitis 1 

Pregnancy, Toxemia of *> 



32 

Position and Presentation. 

Parturition. O. L. A 13<i 

Parturition. O. D. A 30 

Parturition, O. D. P 15 

Parturition, O. L. P 4 

Parturition, S. L. A 2 

Parturition, S. D. A 1 

Parturition, S. D. P 3 

Parturition, Not Listed '. . 23 

Total 21t 

Parturition, Laceration of Cervix Uteri, Bilateral 5 

Parturition, Laceration of Pelvic Floor (Incomplete) 40 

Parturition, Placenta Previa, Complete 2 

Parturition, Placenta Previa, Incomplete 4 

Parturition, Retained Placenta 3 

Parturition, Rupture of Uterus 2 

Parturition, Double Uterus I 

Parturition, Prolapsed Cord 1 

Parturition, Prolapsed Extremity 1 

Puerperium, Mastitis I 

Puerperium, Post-Partum Hemorrhage 1 

Puerperium, Septicaemia (Delivered Outside) 4 

Injuries During Labor. 

Laceration of Pelvic Floor, Recent 40 

Operations. 

Forceps, Low 9 

Forceps, Medium 4 

Forceps, High 4 

Abdominal Caesarean Section, Classical 4 

Abdominal Caesarean Section, Porro 2 

Episiotomy 1 

Induction of Labor 5 

Version 7 

Artificial Dilatation of Cervix 5 

Craniotomy 1 

Manual Extraction of Placenta 2 

Trachelorrhaphy 5 

Perineorrhaphy 40 

Total Operations 89 



33 



BROOKLYN HOSPITAL ALUMN: 



Date of 
entrance 

1846. =*Dr. William W. Swift. 

1849. Dr. Henry S. Gilbert. 
*Dr. Laiidon. 

1850. *Dr. H. Carruthers. 

1851. *Dr. John McMillan. 

Dr. Lewis McPelton. 
*Dr. William Pierson, Jr. 

1852. Dr. James C. Herndon. 

1853. Dr. L. C. Hassell. 

1854. *Dr. Spotwood W. Car- 

michael. 
Dr. W. H. Babcock. 

1855. Dr. H. W. Holmes. 

1856. Dr. Joseph C. Bailey. 
Dr. Robert O. Butler. 

1857. Dr. N. G. Owen. 
Dr. Isaac Steves, Jr. 

'^Dr. Francis D. Cunning- 
ham. 

1858. Dr. James J. Allingham. 
Dr. Alexander Tinslej-. 
Dr. William Green. 

1859. Dr. G. K. Smith. 

Dr. P. Robinson Moore. 
*Dr. A. D. Wilson. 

1860. Dr. Henry W. Boone. 
*Dr. B. St. George Tucker. 

Dr. James Parish. 

1861. Dr. T. J. White. 

Dr. Charles J. Seymour. 
Dr. W. K. Gleason. 
Dr. Charles Blasdale. 

1862. *Dr. William J. Gilfillan. 

Dr. Wm. H. Bates. 
*Dr. M. H. Wilson. 
Dr. William H. Harlan. 

1863. *Dr. Wm. H. Randolph. 

Dr. Charles A. Bacon. 
Dr. George Harrison. 
Dr. James McMillan. 

1864. *Dr. Fred Moore. 

Dr. Trenor. 
Dr. D. McDonald. 
Dr. C. W. Fox. 
Dr. Francis H. Atkins. 
Dr. George K. Dinsmore. 
1866. Dr. George W. Grover. 
Dr. John W. Clemshea. 
Dr. William B. Tones. 
Dr. Thomas H. Healy. 
*Dr. A. Warner Shepard. 



Date of 
entrance 

1867. ^^Dr. William A. Kissam. 

Dr. T. W. Elbrey. 
*Dr. X. C. Scott. 
Dr. J. S. Knox. 

1868. Dr. James G. Gregory. 
Dr. E. A. Kilbourn. 
Dr. Samuel Sherwell. 
Dr. James P. McCarthy. 

1869. Dr. H. T. Peirce. 
Dr. H. McManus. 

Dr. Richard S. Dewey. 
*Dr. James E. Graham. 

1870. Dr. William Burt. 

Dr. Allan McLane Hamil- 
ton. 
Dr. John D. Rushmore. 

1871. *Dr. Lewis Balch. 

Dr. Joseph H. Raymond. 
*Dr. Walter Reed. 

1872. Dr. Rufus W. Gillette. 
*Dr. Eugene Hoge. 

1873. Dr. Eugene C. Rapheil. 
Dr. Lucius A. Clark. 

Dr. L. Preston Ashmead. 
Dr. James A. Brenkell. 
Dr. Edwin Field. 

1874. Dr. John H. Xesbitt. 
Dr. Arthur R. Paine. 

1875. Dr. J. Blake White. 
Dr. George E. Brown. 

*Dr. T. K. Smith. 
Dr. S. W. Minor. 

1876. Dr. W. E. Beardslev. 

1877. *Dr. H. W. Rand. 

Dr. Edw. M. Child. 
*Dr. John E. Richardson. 

1878. Dr. Edw. J. McFarlin. 
*Dr. Joseph F. O'Connell. 
*Dr. William Waterworth. 

1879. Dr. H. B. Bayles. 
Dr. Robert F. Howe. 
Dr. George Goodhue. 

1880. *Dr. William M. Thalon. 

1881. *Dr. John J. Conway. 

Dr. F. N. Haviland. 

1882. Dr. Frank Little. 

*Dr. Wm. A. Pierrepont. 

*Dr. C. F. Clark. 
1888. Dr. Chas. N. Dixon Jones. 
1884. Dr. R. B. Smith. 

*Dr. T. W. Whitney. 



Deceased. 



34 



1889. 
1890. 

1801. 



Date of 
entrance 

1885. Dr. 
Dr. 

1886. Dr. 
Dr. 

1887. Dr. 
Dr. 

1888. *Dr. 

Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
*Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 

1892. Dr. 
Dr. 

1893. Dr. 
Dr. 

*Dr. 

1894. Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 

1895. Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 

1896. Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 

1897. Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 

1898. Dr. 



J. C. Bierwirth. 
Frederick A. ^lorrell. 
E. A. Hildreth. 
Frank C. Raynor. 
Theodore C. Burnett. 
J. Scott Wood. 
E. R. Houghton. 
W. H. Hall. 

A. B. Marion. 
C. E. Harvej'. 

J. Warren Achorn. 
Edgar Coles Barnes. 

B. B. Mosher. 
Rush W. Kimball. 
William E. Butler. 
Edward T. Buck. 
Homer E. Eraser. 
T. F. Young. 
Henry H. Waugh. 
Cornelius Duggan. 

P. Chalmers Jameson. 
John H. Dent. 
Alonzo S. Tredwell. 
Warren S. Shattnck. 
Philip H. Pfarree. 
Charles G. IMolin. 
Arthur C. Jacobson. 
Cyrus Hamlin. 
H. S. MacLean. 
Charles B. Ford. 
Edw. N. Roeser. 
Charles C. Selden. 
Paul F. Sondern. 
Lee Maidment Hurd. 
Geo. E. Chamberlain. 
Edward L. Jelks. 
Thos. A. McGoldrick. 
Richmond C. Holcomb 
Augustus A. Hussey. 
Frederick L. Benton. 
Najeeb M. Saleeby. 
Ira Aver. 
J. Meade Callender. 



1901. 



1902. 



Date of 

entrance 

*Dr. 
Dr. 

1899. Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 

*Dr. 

1900. *Dr. 

Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
1903. Dr. 
n< 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
906. Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 



1904 



1905 



1907. 



Charles F. Herman. 
James Eddy Blake. 
Nathaniel P. Rathbun. 
Paul L. Parrish. 
William Oates. 
John E. Jennings. 
Charles L. Fincke. 
James De Bruler. 
John H. Tucker. 
George L. Buist. 
Fred'k C. Eastman. 
Claude G. Crane. 
Maurice Packard. 
Bennett V. Caffee. 
Frank L. Cochrane. 
David R. Lloyd. 
Victor S. Pier. 
A. D. Smith. 
Thurston H. De.Kter. 
Herman F. ]McChes- 

EV. 

"^Edward R. Hildreth. 
Gilbert M. Atkin. 
Geo. W. Tong. 
Leonard H. Smith. 
Paul A. Adams. 
John H. Long. 
William H. Lohman. 
Julius T. Rose. 
Ernest K. Tanner. 
Francis A. Hulst. 
McWalter B. Sutton. 
Joseph L. Moore. 
William S. Smith. 
William H. Gary. 
Ralph N. Prentiss. 
John E. Parker. 
Burdge P. MacLean. 
Thomas G. Tousey. 
Frank H. Lasher. 
Albert F. R. Andresen 
H. W. J. Morgenthaler. 



Deceased. 



35 



Donations to the Brooklyn Hospital 

AND 

The Training School 'for Nurses, 1909 

FOR CURRENT EXPENSES 



A 

Abbott, Lyman $50 00 

Abbott, Beatrice V.... 10 00 

Arbuckle, John 300 00 

Autor, Samuel 2 00 

Adams, Airs. H. M 10 00 

Abraham & Straus 25 00 

Ahrens, Mrs. E 2 00 

A Friend 3 00 

A Trustee 500 00 

Atkinson, Airs. F. W.. 10 00 

Ackermann, Airs. C. F. 5 00 

Auger, W. A 5 00 

Achelis, Fritz 10 QO 

B 

Benziger Bros 10 00 

Bridgham. Emily 10 00 

Bergen, Airs. L. L 10 Ou 

Bannermann, Geo 5 00 

Bischoff, F 25 00 

Barnes, A. V 50 00 

Brooklyn Furniture Co. 10 00 

Babbott, Frank L 50 00 

Bowman. Alfred 1 00 

Bainbridge Sons, C. F. 20 00 

Booraem, J. V. V 15 00 

Bush, Airs. S. Al 10 00 

Boyd & Co., F. 5 00 

Blanke. Geo. C 5 00 

Bassler, John 10 00 

Bendernagel, J. F 10 00 

Batterman, nenrj' .... 125 00 

Brown, Alelvin 10 00 

Buxton, Air. and Mrs. 

A. K 50 00 

Butterick, Alary E.... 5 00 

Burchardi. B. F 5 00 

Benson, Alary 25 00 

Benson, Airs. Jane A. . 20 00 

Burnett, Airs. S. O.... 120 00 

Braman, H. V. V 300 00 

Brinsmade, Aliss 2 00 

Benedict, W. S 246 30 

Bedford, Grace AI 50 00 

Brown, E. C 3 00 

Buckley, John D 10 00 

Bedell, A. S 5 00 

Bedell Bros 25 00 

Baylis, L. F 1 00 

Becker, J. F 10 00 



Blanchard, A. Al 5 00 

i^- R- T 200 00 

Bhss Co., E. W 100 00 

Burrell, F. A. M 10 00 

Brewer, John H 2 00 

Buchanan, Airs. S. E. . 20 00 

Brandt, Edw. A. A 2 00 

Brackett, Geo. C 25 00 

Burtis, Sam'l E 10 00 

Brickclmaier, J. B.... 2 00 

Burns, A. L 5 00 

C 

Coffey, D. J 25 00 

Cook, Chas. D 10 00 

Cohn, Leopold 5 25 

Cromwell, E. S 25 00 

Carr, Wm. G 10 00 

Cobb, Fred'k 1 00 

Cash 14 00 

Cutting, Elizabetii ... 5 00 

Cartledge, John 10 00 

Chandler, A. B 10 00 

Crary, J. D 2 00 

Chapman, Alf. B 25 00 

Gary, Spencer C 10 00 

Condit, Fred'k 3 00 

Carrier, Air. and Mrs. 

A.- E 10 00 

Cooper, A. G 10 00 

Catlin, Wm 2 50 

Copland, A 5 00 

Carman, Nelson G.... 5 00 

Cruikshank, E. A 5 00 

Cutter, Ralph Ladd... 100 00 
Cross, Austin and Ire- 
land 25 00 

Corlies, Airs. E. W 5 00 

Campbell, Mrs. A 3 00 

Cornell, Edw 5 00 

D 

Dunning, Henry A.... 5 00 

Dc Silver, Carl H 20 00 

Dick, Wm 10 00 

Dudley. Wm. B 7 00 

Dayton. W. B 2 50 

Dean, Matthew 5 00 

Doty, Jvthan Allen 5 00 

Du Boise. Peter 2 86 

Dennis, Mrs. Chas 10 00 



.36 



Dolin. J. H 10 00 

Dickinson, ]\Irs. Horace 10 00 

Daucher, F. W 5 00 

Davenport. J. B 5 00 

Dunham, Mrs. J.Olivia 5 00 

During, Chas 10 00 

Ditmas. John 10 00 

Dettmer, J. G 25 00 

Dreier, Katherine S... 25 00 

Dykman, Wm. H 25 00 

Dreyer. John F 5 00 

Duncan, Sam'l 5 00 

Dreier, Dorothea 100 00 

Dana, Arnold G 3 OQ 

Duryea, Mrs. S. B 25 UU 

E 

Edwards. Amy R. . 2 00 

Englis. Mrs. John 5 00 

Eldredge, E. 1 2 00 

Engel. F. E 10 00 

Fames, F. L 100 00 

F 

Francis, Chas 4 00 

Finlay, Mark 100 00 

Frothingham, J. W. . . . 110 00 

Frothingham, J. S.... 10 00 
Frothingham, Miss E. 

W 110 00 

Frothingham, INIrs. T. 

L 20 00 

Frazier. Chas 5 00 

Fish, Latham A 20 00 

Froeb, Chas 10 00 

Fairchilds' Sons, F. M. 20 00 

Frank, Emil H 5 00 

French, T. R 10 00 

Flege, J. R. H 7 00 

Fleming. John 50 00 

Field, Aaron 5 00 

Forrester, Mrs. Geo. R. 5 00 

Fincke, M. B 5 00 

Fairfax, Mr. and Mrs. 

H. W 5 00 

Fish, Mrs. H. L 5 00 

Field. Mrs. Anna C. .. 5 00 

Eraser, Alfred 15 00 

Fairfax, Mrs. E. K. ... 2 00 

G 

Goepel. Carl 10 00 

Gibb, Mrs. John 45 00 

Grube, Henry 5 00 

Gair Co., Robt 100 00 

Geddes, Peter 35 00 

Goddard. Ira 5 00 

Griswold, E. D 10 00 

Gross, Fred L 10 00 

Greenwood. T. ^^■nl 10 00 



Gerrish, Thornton .... 
Goeser & Rossi. . ... 



10 00 
5 00 



H 

Husted, M. Katherine. 75 00 

Hospital Supplv Co... 20 00 

Howard, Edward T... 10 00 

Heath, Henry M 25 00 

Hossack Bros 5 00 

Hopkins, Mrs. E. B... 5 00 

Harmon, Wm. E 600 00 

Ham, James M 20 00 

Hubbs, M. R 10 00 

Higgins, Chas. M 10 00 

Hull, Mrs. Chas. A... 5 00 

Hudson. Adelia A 5 00 

Heinz Co., H. J 3 00 

Huyler's 15 00 

Hester. Mrs. Wm 25 00 

Hine, F. L 50 0.0 

Halsted, J. F 11 90 

Hazard, Chas 25 00 

Hewlett. Mrs. J. A. . . . 10 00 

Hume, Henry M 5 00 

Hovt. A. D 35 00 

Harriott, Edw. L 5 00 

Hart. James H 10 00 

Harding. W. H 5 00 

Hoxie, W. D. 50 00 

Harper, Francis 5 00 

Hegeman, D. V. B.... 10 00 

Hinds, J. E 10 00 

Hatfield, Geo, E 5 00 

Hazen, Mrs. M. B.... 5 00 

Harris & Wellenkamp. 5 00 

Hay, Geo. T 5 00 

Hatch, A. M 50 00 

Hull. Mrs. C. E 10 00 

Hatfield. Geo. E 5 00 

Hill. Adam 25 00 

Hoagland, Miss 25 00 

Hentz, Henrv 10 00 

Heubach, Gust 10 00 

Hovenden, Thos 5 00 

Halsted, W. P 5 00 

Humestone, W. C 10 00 

Hadden. Geo 50 00 

Hogg. Robt 10 00 

Hall Mrs. C A 10 00 

I and J 

Juost, Martin 75 00 

Jourdan, James 50 00 

Jenkins, Caroline 10 00 

Jadwin, O. H 3 00 

Tennings, Miss CD.. 25 00 

Tones Bros 25 00 

judson, H. T 5 00 

Tuhring. W. L 5 00 

Tackson, Theo. F 20 00 



37 



K 

Kinkcl. John C 1 00 

Kimball, Mrs. Robt. J. 10 00 

Keeney, Seth L 10 00 

Kouwenhoven, Peter.. 5 00 

Kirkman. Sarah 3 00 

Kuehler. F. H 5 00 

Kendall, Mrs. Wm. B. 5 00 

Kimball. Miss 2 00 

Kuesel, Tohn 10 00 

Kelsey, 'Mrs. J. E 3 OQ 

Knowlton, E. J 50 00 

Kresge. S. S 25 00 

Kring, C. L 5 00 

L 

Lovett. S. W 1 00 

Logan Iron Works. ... 10 00 

Lupton. F. M 10 00 

Loeser & Co.. F 100 00 

Leech, John E 100 00 

Lvman. Frank 300 00 

Latimer. Julia W 25 00 

Loines, Mrs. Stephen. . 50 00 

Lee, Donald S. L 50 00 

Lowrev, Sarah J 7 00 

Luquer, Mrs. L. McL . 30 00 

Loomis Co., John S... 50 00 

Loomis, Guy 25 00 

Loomis, Sherman .... 25 00 

Lester. Jos. H 10 00 

Lockitt's Sons, Geo... 25 00 

Lichtenstein. Alfred . . 5 00 

Lloyd, Maud 2 00 

Loud, E. H 7 00 

Low, Emma C 5 00 

Low, Wm. G 750 00 

Low, A. A 5 00 

Low, Mrs. C. E 5 00 

La Rowc, Henry C. .. . 5 00 

La Vie, Geo. A 10 00 

Lethbridge, Ethel .... 10 00 

Lethbridge. Dora .... 5 00 

Litchfield. E. H 20 0© 

Lyon, Mrs. W. H 5 00 

Lennen, Mrs. A. M... 2 00 

Loring, J. B 5 00 

Lester. Jos. H 10 00 

M 

Merrill Co., A. W 10 00 

Merrill, A. W H) 00 

Meem, J. C 5 00 

Morgenthaler, Jacou . . 5 00 

Meisel, Mrs. A. C 3 00 

Moss, Mrs. F. W 10 00 

Merrill, Mrs. Wm. F. . 10 00 

Miller, Sam'l J 3 00 

Maynard, E. P 10 00 



]\Ic\Villiams, Howard 

-Miller, Alvah 

Mackay, Henry . . . 
Mcrwin. Miss M. .\ 
Mugge, Henry .... 
-Vlead, Mrs. Geo. W 
Mallory, Mrs. Robt 
Mathcson, Wm. J. . 
Mead, Miss Frances 
Moffat, Mrs. E. P.. 
Mason, Mrs. A. ... 
-Marshall, W. W. . 
Moore & Co.. Benj. 
Miller, G. F. W. . . . 

•■-M. L. R." 

Meeker, Augusta -X. 

Morse. H. J 

McKcen, James ... 
Mathison, Wm. C. . 
Mark, Henry -\. ... 
Maynard, Tlieo. . . . 

Meyers, M 

Meserole, Mrs. C. V 
Meserole. Mrs. .\. S 
Morse, Chas. L. ... 

Mead. D. I. 

Maddock, Sidney . . 
Murray, Jr., Mrs. Lind 

ley 

May, Louis H. . . 
Myers, John K. . 



N 

Nungasser, Wm 

Nexsen, Randolph . . . 

Xesmith, James 

Nichols, Wm. H 

N.Y. Produce Exchange 

Xoyes, H. F 

Namm, A. I 

-Xewton, Albro J 

New Montauk Tlieatre 



Ogilvie, F. B 

Ormsbee. A. L . . . 

Orr, -\lcx. E 

Olcott, Geo. M. . . 
Ondcrdonk, A. J. . 
Ormsbee. A. L . . . 

Ogden, W. L 

Orpheum Theatre 



P 

Pl.inlcn, J. R 30 00 

Parks, W. C 5 00 

I'ilsbury. E. H 5 00 

Pratt, Harold 1 1.300 00 

Pratt. James T 15 00 



2 00 


10 00 


20 00 


5 00 


2 00 


5 00 


10 00 


100 00 


5 00 


10 00 


20 00 


5 00 


25 00 


5 00 


15 00 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


3 00 


10 00 


10 00 


3 00 


5 00 


10 00 


25 00 


5 00 


10 00 


5 00 


50 00 


25 00 


350 00 


25 00 


20 00 


25 00 


10 00 


10 00 


20 00 


100 00 


10 00 


10 00 


25 00 


25 00 



38 



Pratt. Fredk. B. .. 
Pratt, Herbert L. . 
Pratt, George D. . 
Pierrepont, R. S. • 
Pierrepont, Anna J. 
Pierrepont, John J- 
Pierrepont, Julia J. 
Pierrepont Henry E 
Pierrepont, Robt. L. 

Philip, E. C 

Paddock Cork Co. . 
Packer, Harriette . . 
Pierce, Caroline L. . 

Perry, W. S 

Packard, Mrs. Edwin 

Pouch, F. E 

Palmer, L. M 

Prentiss, Geo. H. ... 
Pinkerton National De 
tective Agency .... 
Parsons, Mrs. Wm. H 
Polhemus, Miss R. A 

Putnam, W. A 

Packard, PI. L 

Palmer, H. W 

Price, Mrs. M. W. . . 
Presbyterian Church 
Putnam, C. R. R. ... 
Phelps, Mary R. . . . 



Q and R 

Roberts. Geo. H 

Raymond, R. W 

Read, Mrs. G. W. ■. . . . 

Rollins. E. A 

Reynolds, Wm. H 

Richards, Alex. B 

Ray, L. R 

Russell, Mrs. J. T 

Rossiter, Jessie G 

Roberts, John E 

Richards, Mrs. Wm. J\l 
Richardson. E. S. T.., 
Rounds. Christina . . . . 

Read, Wm. A 

Russell, J. T 

Reid, J. W. and \V. H 

S 

Shepard, Edw. M. ... 

Sternau & Co., S 

Soule, Bertha L 

Spaulding, Mary B. . . 

Schieren, H. V 

Schieren, Chas. A. . . . 

Smith, Lucy J 

Stanley. James 

Streit.'T.. A 



200 00 


250 00 


200 00 


200 00 


50 00 


25 00 


50 00 


420 00 


50 00 


5 00 


4 00 


10 00 


2 00 


2 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


35 00 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


25 00 


5 00 


1 00 


25 00 


5 00 


5 00 


50 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


50 00 


2 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


20 00 


4 00 


50 00 


10 00 


10 00 


30 00 


25 00 


1 00 


5 00 


5 00 


25 00 


2 00 


10 00 


5 00 



Smith, Theo. E 10 (jO 

Siiedecker. J. D 5 00 

Smith, Hogg & Co. ... 100 00 

Swan. Frank C 10 00 

Steele, Sanford H 50 00 

See. A.B., Electric Ele- 
vator Co 10 00 

Sheldon, Mrs. Henrv K. 400 00 

Shaw, J\Irs. E. Barnier. 100 00 
"In Memoriam," J. J. 

Barnier 100 00 

Slapleton, Mr. and i\Irs. 

Luke D 10 00 

Sanger, Mrs. Henry... 10 00 

Spencer, Fredk. G.... 5 00 

Smith, Herbert C 10 00 

Spadone, W. W 10 00 

Sherman, Fredk. D... 10 00 

Schroeder, Mrs. F. A. 15 00 

Smith, Miss L. C 20 00 

Steele. Geo. H 10 00 

Sayre, E. H 10 00 

Shaw, Robt. Alfred.... 10 00 

Stebbins, G. W. ...... 2 00 

Sanger, Lillian 5 00 

Sanger, Mrs. Mary E. 10 00 

Sterling Piano Co.... 25 00 

Sawver. Laura V 7 00 

Smith. James A 25 00 

Smith. B. H 131 50 

Sankv, Mrs. I. D 10 00 

Smith, ^^■. V. R 25 00 

Stutger. ]\Irs. Martha. 5 00 

Schellenberg. B 2 00 

Savre, Tr.. W. M 5 00 



Trotter, E. T 

Towl, Forrest M. . 
Thorp, W. Edwin . 
Trotter & Co., E. T 
Thornton, Wm. ... 
Tliayer, JNlrs. Geo. A 
Tyler, Mrs. Walter L 
Thornton, Jr., John 

Tuttle. E. B. 

Tuttle, W. M 

Tuttle. F. D 

Tubby. W. B 

Talmage, John F. 
Tousey, Mrs. John 
Tag, Casimir .... 
Titus, Henry .... 

Tusch, F 

Thorp, W. E. . . . 
Turle, Mrs. Robt. 
Thompson & Norris Co 
Thomas, Mrs. Ludlo^^ 



H 



10 00 

5 00 

5 00 

50 00 

10 00 

125 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

■ 10 00 

3 00 

100 00 

5 00 

2 00 

5 00 

10 00 

10 00 

5 00 



39 



U and V 

Ughetta, H. L 

Van Nostrand, Mrs. 



5 00 



L. B 


15 00 


Vogel, Wm. H. . . . 


5 00 


\'an Ingen. Mrs. E. H. 10 00 


Vanderveer, H. B. . 


5 00 


W 




Wintringham, Wm. 


T. 25 00 


Wickstead, Frank . 


5 00 


Whital-Tatum Co. . 


10 00 


Warner, Marion G. 


50 00 


White, W. A 


200 00 


White, Alfred T. . . 


220 00 


White, Miss F. E. . 


200 00 


White. Miss H. H. 


200 00 


White. Edward D. 


100 00 


Whitehouse, Julia . 


10 00 


Wild, Frank G 


25 00 


Wheeler, Mrs. H. W 


5 00 


Wintringham, J. P. 


10 00 


Werrelovsky, Jacob 


H. 5 00 



Wiley. W. G 

Woo'drufif, AlDert C. . 

Wells, W. F 

Wells. Mrs. Cornelius I 
Woodford, Stewart L 
Woodward, Robt. B. 
Wunderlich, Dr. F. W 
Woolworth&Co., F. W 
Wallace, Wr.i. H. . 
Wintringham, Miss M 

L 

Warden, Mary B. . 



X, Y and Z 

Young, Thos 5 00 

Zabriskie, Mrs. C 20 00 

Total $14,916 31 

Donations received after De- 
cember 15, 1909, will appear in 
.Annual Report for 1910. 



10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


25 00 


5 00 


50 00 


5 00 


10 00 


100 00 


10 00 


5 00 



40 

Donations for Thanksgiving 
1909 



George Lockitt's Sons — 1 bu. cranberries, 10 lbs. nuts. 

W. B. A. Jurgens— 50 lbs. lard. 

F. H. Leggett — 38 lbs. mince meat. 

Nollman & Co.— 62 lbs. butter. 

F. Kindt Company — 72 loaves bread, 2 large cakes. 

McDermott IDairy — 200 qts. milk, 5 qts. cream. 

H. J. Heinz — 38 lbs. mince meat. 

Samuel Wild's Sons — 40 lbs. tea. 

Strauss Bros. — 175 lbs. turkey. 

Mrs. Spaulding — 2 bbls. potatoes. 

Miss Harriet H. White — 2 bbls. white grapes, 48 glasses jell;, 

Wilson Bros. — 25 bunches celery, 1 bbl. onions. 



Donations for Christmas 
1909 



Schellenberg Co $5 GO 

A Friend 25 00 

Mr. H. F. Noves 10 00 

Mr. G. Hadden 5 00 

Mr. F. L. Fames 5 00 

Mr. W. St. John Benedict 5 00 

Mr, W. E. Harmon 10 00 

Mr. A. M. Hatch 5 00 

Mr. H. E. Pierrepont 5 00 

Mr. H. Batterman 5 00 

Mr. D. G. Leggett 10 00 

Mr. E. Merritt 5 00 

Mr. W. G. Low 10 00 

Mr. W. H. Wallace 5 00 

Mr. E. Henriques 10 00 

Mr. C. E. Teale 5 00 

Mr. F. Lyman 5 00 

Mr. T. L. Frothingham 5 00 

Mr. J. E. Leech 10 00 

Mr. H. O. Wood ; 5 00 

Mr. H. V. V. Braman 5 00 

Mr. J. F. Halsted 5 00 

Mr. B. H. Smith 5 00 

Mrs. Knowlton 25 00 

A Friend 25 00 

Mr. H. L Pratt 10 00 

Mr. T. O. Callender 5 00 

Total 1230 00 



41 

Donations to the Brooklyn Hospital, 1909 

Mrs. Bush — Magazines. 

Mrs. Belford— Magazines. 

Bancroft Family — Flowers. 

Bedell Co. Employees — Flowers. 

Brooklyn Xavy Yard, Miss Heather, Miss Baxter— Tovs for Christmas. 

Mr. G. H. Bruce— Toys for Christmas. 

Borden's Milk Co.— •200 qts. of milk. 5 qts. of cream. 

Miss Grace Bedford— $5 for Children's Ward (for Christmas), 34 
books. 

City Park Chapel — Flowers for Easter. 

Mr. D. Chauncey — Flowers. 

Miss Collins — Scrap book. 

Miss Conro — 1 Christmas bell. 

Do a Little Circle (King's Daughters) — IS towels, 1 doz. bureau covers. 

Robert Dickson— 6 balls for Ward 14. 

Henry Escher. Jr. — Books. 

Mrs. C. L. Fincke — Flowers for Easter. 

Mr. T. L. Frothingham — Scrap book for children. 

Mrs. T. L. Frothingham — 19 pieces of clothing, new toys for Christmas. 

Fruit and Flower Mission — Flowers. 

Grace Church Employment Society — Made 216 garments for Hospital. 

Mr. E. Gardner — 3 qts. of ice cream (for Children's Ward). 

John F. Halsted — Repairing stable floor ($11.90). 

Holy Trinity — Made 50 garments for Hospital, donated 20 new garments. 

Miss Halliday — $10 for ice cream, toys and towels. 

Mrs. Haviland — Magazines. 

Mrs. Walter Jennings — Flowers. 

F. Kindt Co. — 47 doz. hot X buns, .3 cakes for Christmas. 

Edward H. Kidder — 2 carboys ammonia. 

Miss A. T. Lott — Magazines. 

Geo. Lockitt Sons — Fruii and plum pudding' for Christmas. 

Mr. Henrv F. Noves — $20 for tickets for organ recital for B. H., Sun- 
day, February' 28, 1909. 

National Plant. Flower and Fruit Guild — 6 qts. currant jelly, flowers. 

Needlework Guild, New Utrecht (Mrs. R. Mendle) — 75 pieces 
clothing. 

National White Lead Co. — 400 lbs. white lead. 

Flatlands Guild, Mrs. A. L. Fuller — 157 pieces clothing. 

Flatbush Guild, Mrs. J. T. Robb — 75 pieces clothing. 

Needlework Guild, Brooklyn Branch — 50 pieces clothing. 

Mrs. Willis — 64 pieces clothing. 

Mr. Pierrepont — Brooklyn Institute tickets. 

Miss Pierrepont — Oranges. 

First Presbyterian Church — Plants for Ea-ter. 

Mr. Harold I. Pratt — California privet hedge next to Park fence. 

Miss M. R. Pratt — Flowers. 

Miss Russell — 2 pairs baby's mittens. 

Mrs. W. M. Richards — Flowers. 

Mr. Sargent — Magazines. 

Mrs. Swan — 3 baby caps. 

David Sasse — 1 pair crutches. 

Violet Schultz — Magazines. 

Miss Turle — 1 package children's clothing. 

Mrs. Williams — Flowers. 

Mrs. Willis Wood— 10 glasses jelly. 

Mrs. White— Toys and books for Children's Ward. 

Miss Woglam— $5 for (Thristmas tree. 

Mrs. Walters— Dolls and Toys for Christmas. 

Wiiite Cross Hospital and Relief .Association— Fruit. 




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REPORT 



OF THE 



TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES 



OF 



THE BROOKLYN HOSPITAL 

FOR THE YEAR igo? 



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Training School Instructors 



SUPERINTENDENT OF TRAINING SCHOOL 

MRS. MARGARET LE CLAIRE ROGERS, R.N., 

New York Hospital Class, '96. 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 

MISS MARY VROOM, R.N., 
New York Hospital Class, '96. 

OPERATING ROOM NURSE 
MISS MARGARET RUDKIN, 
John Seeley Hospital Class, 97. 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR 

MISS ANNA KUNZE, R.N.. 
New York City Training School Class, 1903. 

INSTRUCTOR IN DIETETICS 

MISS ETHELWYN DOOLITTLE, 
Boston Cooking School. 

INSTRUCTOR IN MASSAGE 
MISS DOOLITTLE. 



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LECTURE SCHEDULE 



JUNIOR YEAR 

Dr. GEORGE \V. TOXG Bacteriology 

Dr. a. D. smith Hygiene 

Dr. N. p. RATHBUN Anatomy 

Dr. FRANCIS HULST , Physiology 

Dr. H. A. FAIRBAIRX Materia Medica 

INTERMEDIATES 

Dr. EUGENE L. SWAN Nursing in Medical Diseases 

Dr. JOHN H. LONG Diseases of the Urinary Tract 

Dr. C. a. O'LEARY Urinalysis — Practical Classes in Laboratory 

Dr. GEORGE L. BUIST Anesthetics 

Dr. WALTER C. WOOD Post-Operative Nursing 

Dr. R. W. WESTBROOK Operating Room Technique 

Dr. J. K JENNINGS General Surgery 

Dr. W. H. GARY Pediatrics 

SENIORS 

Dr. FRANCIS H. STUART Obstetrics and Infants' Diseases 

Dr. RALPH POMEROY Gynecology 

Dr. DUDLEY D. ROBERTS Diseases of Digestion 

Dr. FRED. C. EASTMAN Diseases of Nervous System 

Dr. H. G. WEBSTER Rheumatic Affections 

Dr. p. C. JAMESON Diseases of Eye 

Dr. J. E. SHEPPARD Diseases of Ear 

Dr. WILLIAM F. DUDLEY Diseases of Nose and Throat 

Dr. RAYMOND CLARK Diseases of Chest 



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To THE Honorable Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn 
Hospital Training School: 

Gentlemen — 1 present herewith the twenty-ninth annual 
report of the Training School for Nurses. 

During the year we have had 263 applications for ad- 
mission. Of this number, 32 were admitted on probation, 20 
were accepted, 8 were not accepted, and 4 are still on probation. 

Of the accepted students, i resigned and 3 dropped out 
for various causes. 

Students on Duty. 

Seniors 10 

Intermediates 12 

Juniors 18 

Probationers 4 

Total 44 

A class of 12 students was graduated in June. Two of 
them have taken up institutional work ; the others are actively 
engaged in private work in Brooklyn. Excellent reports have 
been received regarding all of them. 

Eleven students took the Regents' Examination, and all of 
them passed with credit, and Miss Clara Erouse passed with 
honor. 

Dr. Francis H. Stuart has continued his wise direction of 
the lecture course and his interest in the students. Dr. Henry 
A. Fairbairn has given generously of his time to sick students 
when needed. The general health of the school has been 
excellent. 

Thanking the many who have helped us in the past year,. 
I am, Respectfully yours, 

Margaret L. Rogers. 



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Donations for Expenses of Graduation of Nurses 



1909 



Mr. Henrv F. Noyes $10 00 

Mr. Chas.'E. Teak 5 00 

Mr. John E. Leech 10 00 

Mr. J. F. Halsted 5 00 

Mr. F. L. Fames 5 00 

Mr. Geo. Hadden 5 00 

Mr. Wm. E. Harmon 10 00 

Mr. Casimir Tag 5 00 

Mr. A. M. Hatch 5 00 

Mr. H. Pierrepont 10 00 



Mr. H. V. V. Braman.... $5 00 

Mr. T. L. Frothingham. .. 5 00 

Mr. F. Lyman 5 00 

Mr. H. O. Wood 10 00 

Mr. W. H. Wallace 5 00 

Mr. E. P. Maynard 5 00 

Mr. H. 1. Pratt 10 00 

Air. Wm. G. Low 5 00 

Mr. B. H. Smith 5 00 

Mr. Edw. Merritt 5 00 



Donations for Christmas Dinner and Dance 



Mr. Henry Batterman $5 00 

-Mr. Geo. Hadden 5 00 

Mr. W. H. Wallace 5 00 

Mr. F. L. Fames 5 00 

Mr. Edw. Merritt 5 00 

Mr. Casimir Tag 5 00 

Mr. Chas. Teale 5 00 

Mr. H. Pierrepont 5 00 

Mr. H. S. Hadden 5 00 

Mr. G. W. W 5 00 

Mr. John E. Leech 10 00 

Mr. \Vm. G. Low 5 00 

Mr. D. G. Leggett 10 00 



Mr. W. St. Benedict $5 00 

Mr. H. F. Noyes 10 00 

Mr. T. L. Frothingham... 5 00 

Mr. B. H. Smith 5 00 

Mr. Arthur M. Hatch 5 00 

Mr. Frank Lyman 5 00 

Mr. H. V. V. Braman 5 00 

Mr. H. I. Pratt 10 00 

Mr. H. O. Wood 5 00 

Mr. Wm. E. Harmon 10 00 

Dr. Robt. L. Dickinson... 5 00 

H. L. Matthews 10 00 



Donations for Thanksgiving Dinner 

Straus Bros.— Turkey, 50 lbs. Miss Harriet H. White— Box of apples. 
T. H. Doscher— Basket of fruit. Kindi & Co.— Cake. 



Donations for Christmas Dinner 

T. H. Doscher— Christmas greens. Miss White— Basket choice luui 
Kindt & Co.— 2 cakes. Bonk S: Co.— Oy-tcrs, crab meat. 



General Donations 



Training School Students. $92 00 

Miss Jane Dwyer 10 00 

Miss Eva Le Veque 5 00 



Miss Beulah Hall $5 (tO 

.Miss Anne Skchan 5 00 



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Brooklyn Hospital Training School 
for Nurses 



CURRICULUM 



JUNIOR YEAR 

BACTERIOLOGY. 

Bacteria, morphologT,- and biology. 

Methods of destroying bacteria. 

Cultures from air. water, the person and operating material. 

Human resistance (mechanical, phagocytosis, antitoxin formation). 

Microscopical work. 

ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY. 

Matter; its composition, physical and chemical changes. 

Oxidation. Experiments in. 

Acid, alkali, salt, physiologically and chemically considered. Ex- 
periments. 

Chemistry of digestion and metabolism. Experiments in. 

Chemical neutralization of caustic, alkaloidal and metallic poisons. 
Experiments in. 

HYGIENE. 

Air. — Pure air; chemical composition; air vitiated by suspended 
matter; products of respiration and perspiration: purification of air. 

Ventilation. — External, internal, natural, artificial, extraction 
method, propulsion method. 

Heating. — Heat and temperature, terms defined : how heat is pro- 
duced; degree of heat needed dependent on age, health, habits, educa- 
tion, methods of heating; method of heating as effected by climatic 
conditions, systems of ventilation, expense. 

Plumbing. — Sanitary, defective; disposal of sewage and refuse. 

Personal Hygiene. — Hygiene of bony skeleton, digestive tract, skin 
and its appendages, respiratory apparatus, eye and ear, brain and nervous 
system ; physical exercise. 

ANATOMY. 

Bones. — Number and form; chemistry: structure: description of 
separate bones; description of skeleton as whole: description of joints. 

Muscular System. — Structure of muscle ; description of more im- 
portant muscles (origin and insertion). Functions of certain muscles. 

Circulatory System. — Description of heart and circulation; de- 
scription of arteries with their courses ; description of veins with their 
courses. 

Nervous System. — Division of system : description of cerebro- 
spinal system ; anatomy and functions of brain and spinal cord : anatomy 
of peripheral system : course of nerves : description of sympathetic 
system. 

The Viscera. — The abdomen and its organs (intra-peritoneal and 
extra-peritoneal) : description of the peritoneum : description of differ- 
ent organs ; topography of organs ; blood supply of separate organs. 

The Pleural Cavity and Lungs. — Description of pleura ; descrip- 
tion of lungs and respiratory tract. 



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PHYSIOLOGY. 

I. Phenomena of life. Functions of organized cells. 

II. Structure of elementary tissues. Chemical composition of 
the body, 

in. The Blood. 

IV. Circulation of the Blood. 

V. Respiration. 

VI. Food and Digestion. Absorption. 

VII. Metabolism of Tissues. 

VIII. Animal Heat. Nutrition and Diet. 

IX. Voice. Special Senses. 

X. Structure of Nervous System. 

XI. Reproductive Organs. Development. 

MATERIA MEDICA. 

Introductory definitions and classifications, source of drugs, prepa- 
rations, modes of administration, factors governing doses. Weights 
and measures. 

Physiological action of principal pharmacological groups. 

Dangers and doses of important preparations. 

DIETETICS. 

Food in its relation to the body. 

Classification of foods, their fuel value and digestibility. 

Correct proportions for well-balanced dietaries. 

Diet in various diseases. 

Infant foods, preparation, modification, pasteurization and steril- 
ization. 

Cooking in its relation to digestion. 

Essentials required. 

Principles of chemistry applied in conkinp: (^f meats, eggs, 
starches and sugars. 

Details in arrangement of trays and serving- of meals. 

OUTLINE OF PRACTICAL WORK. 

Instruction in Care of Rooms. 

Ventilation of rooms and beds. 

Care of washstands. 

Making of beds. 

Sweeping and dusting of room. 

Brushing of walls and mouldings. 

Washing of globes, mirrors, window sill-; and doors. 

One private room prepared completely for occupancy. 

WARD WORK. 

Care of beds, bedside stands, chairs, I)a*el)'>;(r<l ,iiul windows. 
Disinfecting and cleaning of cupboard- .-md lavatory. (This 
includes tops of closets, window sills, marble partitions.) 

Cleaning and disinfecting of utensils, set basins, bathtubs. 
Folding of ward laundry. 

GENERAL CARE OF PATIEXTS. 

Tke.mments: Enemata. catheterization douches, hot packs, hot 
air baths, etc. (Temperature, pulse, respiration.) 

The general observation and recordin? of symptoms. 



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DISPENSARY. 

Making of bandages and dressings. 
Preparing of rooms for dispensary work. 
Arranging of instruments and dressings. 
Assisting with dressings. 
Bandaging, orthopaedic work. 

OPERATING ROOM. 

Technique of Operating Room ; sterilization of hands and arms. 

Use, preparation and care of rubber gloves. 

Preparation and use of salt solution. 

Various binders and methods of adjusting ligatures. 

Cautery: How to fill, light and hand aseptically protected to 
surgeon. 

Solutions and their preparation. 

Proper management of sterilizers; danger arising from care- 
less handling in packing, sterilizing and unpacking the dressings. 

How to prepare and give stimulating enemata on table. 

Instruments; names, uses, sterilization and care of. 

Placing of patients in different positions on Operating Room 
table. (Sims, lithotomy, dorsal.) 

Preparation of operative area. 

Care of unconscious patients. 

DIET KITCHEN. 

Preparation of peptonized, pasteurized, sterilized, prepared milk, 
junket, beef extract, broths, beverages, eggs, cereals, vegetables. 

Preparation of simple dishes for the sick. 

Preparing trays and serving meals. 

Care of table linen, china closet, refrigerators, steam tables, 
ranges. 

INTERMEDIATE YEAR 

The Urine. 

A consideration of the anatomy and physiology of the urinary 
organs. 

The pathology of the kidneys and consideration of Bright's- 
disease and other diseases with urinary symptoms. 

Analysis of the urine. The specific gravity; recognition of 
sediments. 

Qualitative tests for albumen and sugar. 

Quantitative test for urea and albumen. 

The class is divided into groups and practical instruction is 
given four hours weekly for a period of three weeks. 

MEDICAL DISEASES. 
Contagion and Immunity. 
Some common modes of contagion. 

Prevention and limitation of contagious diseases, immunity 
from disease. 

INFECTIOUS DISEASES. 
Typhoid fever. 

Scarlet fever, measles, small-pox and other exanthemata. 
Diphtheria and allied affections. 

Asiatic cholera, amoebic dysentery, leprosy, glanders, etc., and 
other less common infectious diseases. 
Malarial fever. 



SURGERY. 

1. The principles of aseptic and antiseptic sni-gory; wound 
healing. 

2. \\'oimd accidents; intlanimation, suppuration, abscess, ulcer. 
sinus, fistula, erysipelas, septicaemia; the termination of infections. 

3. Fractures, dislocations, wounds, contusions, sprains, injuries 
to joints, bones and tendons. 

4. Surgical diseases; tumors. 

5. Anaesthetics and their administration. 

6. General care of patients, before, during and after operation. 

7. Care of patients after operation upon the head, spine and 
nerves. 

8. Care of patients after operation upon the respiratory organs; 
the breast; plastic surgery; surgical treatment for aneurism. 



SENIOR YEAR 

Obstetrics. 

Anatomy. Organs concerned in pregnancy and parturition; 
pelvis and soft parts. 

Physiology and Hj'^giene of Pregnancy. 

Labor. Presentations aiid positions of the child. Mechanism 
of labor. Preparation of patient for normal labor. 

Management of the mother during the puerperium. 

Obstetrical emergencies during pregnancy, labor and the puer- 
perium. 

IxNFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN. 

C.^RE OF Infants. — The newly born infant; its condition and 
care; treatment of asphyxia. Care of premature and delicate in- 
fants. The incubator. 

Growth and Development of Infants. — Physiological peculiari- 
ties; development of muscles; special senses, speech, dentition. 

Hygiene of the Nursery, and general care of healthy infants; 
bathing; clothing; sleep; exercise. 

Inf.vnt Mortality; tendencies to disease. 

Infant Feeding in health and disease. Methods. 

Infants' Foods. — ^lilk; modilied preparations; artificial foods. 

Feeding in Intestinal Disorders and other acute illnesses. 

Diseases due to faulty nutrition and their treatment; scurvy; 
rickets, marasmus, etc. 

GYNECOLOGY. 

Anatomy of pelvic organs. — Phenomena of menstruation. 
Diseases of the external genitalia, uterus and tubes. 
Diseases of the ovary. 

Preparation of patients for examination for muior operations; 
after care in such cases. 

Consideration of the major gj-necological oj^erations. 
The preparation for such cases, and their after treatment. 

DISEASES OF DIGESTION. 

Physiology of alimentary secretions. 
Food-stufifs and their assimilation. 

Diseases of the Stomach. — Gastritis, acute and chronic. Neu- 
roses of stomach. Dilation. Gastric ulcer, cancer, etc. 
Diseases of the Intestines. — The liver and pancreas. 



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Diseases of thk Respiratory System.— Tonsiiitis, adenoids and 
inouth breathers, bronchitis, emphysema, pleurisy, pneumonia, pul- 
monary tuberculosis. 

Diseases of the He.vrt. — Pericardial, valvular. 

Diseases of the Kidney. — Movable kidney, varieties of nephritis. 

Rheumatic Affections. — Muscular rheumatism, acute articular 
rheumatism, chronic rheumatism, arthritis deformens, gout. 

Diseases of the Nervous System. — Epilepsj-. hysteria, chorea, 
■neuralgias, etc. 

Infantile paralysis, locomotor ata.xia. 

Insanity. — 

The care of the nervous and insane. 
[Management of special forms of insanity. 
Occupation for the invalid and convalescent. 

DISEASES OF THE SKIN. 

Anatomy and care of the skin. 
Nursing in diseases of the skin. 

' DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR. 

Anatomy of the eye; care in health and disease. 

Care of eyes after operations. 

Anatomy of the ear; care in healtli and disease. 

DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND NOSE. 

Diseases of the throat and nose. 

Treatment and nursing of diseases of throat and nose. 

HOSPITALS AND NURSING. 

Hospital Construction and Organization. 
Nursing in Institutions. 
District and Visiting Nursing. 
Private Nursing. 



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LIST OF GRADUATES 



Graduaies will kindly report change of address to Superin- 
tendent of the Training School before Janviary lirst. 

Class of i8Sj. 
Cole, Jennie, private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Freeman. L. L., Virginia. 

Gerry, ]\Iabel S., now Mrs. F. Haviland, New York City. 
Starr, Mary E., Morristown, N. J. 

Worden, Eldora W., now Mrs. Ward, R.X., Superintendent of 
Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, L. I. 

Class of 1883. 
Alvord, Florence Nightingale, private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Clark, Letidia D.. R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Connor, Olivia, deceased. 

Smith, Adele F., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. "N*. 
Voorhis, Nellie L., married. Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Wagner, Eleanor D. (Mrs.), retired. 
Whittley, !Mary. private nursing, Brooklyn. X. ^'. 

Class of 1884. 
Antonides, H. Fannie, Red Bank, X. J. 
Casler. Tillie E.. now Mrs. Porter. Cambridge. .Ma?;s. 
Clark, Clara C, R.N., W^ashington, D. C. 
Goodwin, Hattie, now Mrs. Hope. Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Gunn, Ella L., married. Illinois. 

Havens, X'ellie M., R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. '\'. 
Holloran, Ellen C, private nursing, Brooklj-n. X. Y. 
Jennings, S. Frances, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Power, Jeannette M., married, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Schreiner, Sarah S. (Mrs.), R.N., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Spellman, Helen B., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Class of 1885. 

Elmslie. Isabel, retired. 

Hunting, H. M., now Mrs. F. Bly. Hendersonvilie, X. C. 

Lemmon. Josephine, Xew York City. 

Miller, Alice G.. deceased. 

Xorton, Laura W., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Ormiston, Mary I., deceased. 

Thayer, Mary B. (Mrs.), retired. 

Thorne, Maria D., deceased. 

Wilson, Elizabeth, private nursing. New York City. 

Class of 1886. 
Cushman, Xora S., deceased. 
Gadd, Alice W., married. 
Garside, Rebecca. Rosevillc, N. Y. 
Gibson, Emma, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Grimstead, Elizabeth, private nursing. Brooklyn. X. Y. 
*Heubach, Julia M. (Mrs.). R.N., private nursnig. Brooklyn. .\. 
*Holt, Mary E., R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn. X. Y. 
Ingram, Maria P. de B., practising physician, Brooklyn, N. V. 

*Al«o post graduate. 



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Lightbourne, Evelina, R.N., Superintendent Hospital of Good Shep- 
herd, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Mahan, Elizabeth, now Mrs. Mix, Pennsylvania. 
Mason, Mabel, private nursing, Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Sarles, Rosie, deceased. 

Class of 1887. 

Brown. Eli/cabeth A., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Burroughs, Margaret, now Mrs. R. Callow, Flatbush. Brooklyn. 

Eraser, Isabella, New York City. 

Goodridge, Amanda B., at home, Niagara County, N. Y. 

*Hewbach. Helen E., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Howard, Lilla, deceased. 

Hunt, Alary, private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Miller, Annie, now Mrs. De Camp, New York City. 

Osborn, Elizabeth R., private nursing, Brookl3-n, N. Y. 

Snj^der, Margaret W., private nursing, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Stennett. Amy. now Mrs. Ansley, Toronto, Canada. 

Sterling, Isabella, married. 

White, M. Theresa, married. New York City. 

Whyte, Matilda S.. now Mrs. Knapp, Flatbush. Brooklyn. 

Class of 1888. 

*Dennie, Fannie, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
*Dewey, Elizabeth, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y, 
Huntington, Ella, practising physician. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lindo. Ella G., now Mrs. Vail. Riverhead, L. I. 
Moore, Edna, private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Soule, Harriet M., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1889. 

Brent, Edith, R.N., Denver, Col. 

*Healy. Tamar, R.N., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mowatt, Agnes, private nursing. New York City. 
Phelps, Kate, now Airs. E. W. Victor, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Spratt, Grace, private nursing, New York City. 
Winans, Olive, married, deceased. 

Class of iSgo. 

Brent, Louise D., R.N., Superintendent Sick Children's Hospital, 

Toronto, Canada. 
*Brown, Mary A., R.N., private nursing. New York City. 
Cooke, Addie B., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cornell, Cora B.. practising physician. Union City, Mich. 
Dupee, Blanche (Mrs.), Cobourg, Canada. 
*Fuller, Florence, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Galbraith, Christina, married. 
Greenway, Kate, married, Plainfield, N. J. 
Larish, Myra N. (Mrs.), private nursing. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
McNeil, Ida (Mrs.), private nursing. New York City. 
McKechaie, Jean, private nursing. New York City. 
Payne, A. Dorothy, practising physician. Union City, Mich. 
Sherlock, M. Eleanor, Superintendent Hong Kong Hospital, Hong 

Kong, China. 
Sutton, Beatrice F., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wisner, Belle, West Newburg. 



^Mso post graduate. 



Class of 1891. 
Gansby, Grace, private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Gordon, Fannie A., now IMrs. Dudley Fraser, Nassau, West Indies. 
Gulick, Elizabeth, retired. 

Henderson, Louise, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mandeville, JMabel K., married. 
McAllen, Mary, at home, Montreal. Canada. 

Phymister, Agnes K., now Mrs. Hutchinson, Montreal, Canada. 
Reddington, Anne, married. New York City. 
Smeed, Nina L., married. 

Wand, Elizabeth, R.N., private nursing. New York City. 
DeZouche, Alice W., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1892. 
Alexander, Florence, R.N., private nursing, New York City. 
Borlase, Ada Lindsay, private nursing. New York City. 
Collins, J. C, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hadden, Maria, R.N., private nursing. Panama. 
Hanaford, Corina D., married, Brc'<- ..yn, N. Y. 
Hoff, Sarah A., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Judge, Eva F., now Mrs. Cosgrove, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
McWilliams, Rose, now IMrs. Fraser, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Meiklejohn, M. Louise, R.N., Superintendent Lady Stanley Hos- 
pital, Ottawa. Canada. 
Mitchell, Helen W., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Perc}', M. Ella, R.N., private nursing, New York City. 

Class of 1893. 
Batterham, Mary R., R.N., private nursing, Asheville, N. C. 
Benson, Minna Adelaide, R.N., now ^Irs. Hubbard, New York. 
Duvalle, Lucy E.. married, Pennsylvania. 
Fletcher, Sarah E., now Mrs. Brand. New York City. 
Hanrahan, Minnie E. (Mrs.), R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Johnson, Amy Grant, now Mrs. W. W. Laing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kelly, Jennie, now .Mrs. England. Boston, Mass. 
Morton, Marie j\L, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Norton, Anna Ames. R.N., private nursing. New York City. 
Robertson, Margaret, now Mrs. Burton Saunders, Nutley, N. J. 
Thompson, Winifred G., now Mrs. Childes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1894. 
Borlase, Mary Louise, at home, Montreal, Canada. 
Burns, Helen T., now Mrs. Reynolds. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Coleman, Lena M., R.N., Superintendent District Nursing, East 

Orange, N. J. 
Cowling, Bessie, deceased. 

Dixon, Elizabeth R., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Everett. Helen C., now Mrs. H. H. Waugh. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Graham. Annie T., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hanmer, Sarah L, now Mrs. Jameson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Montgomery, Grace ^L, married. Tennessee. 
Racey, Anabella, now Mrs. Washer. Quebec. Canada. 
Salisbury, Louise E., now Mrs. S. Warren Shattuck, Jr., Brooklyn. 

N. Y. 
Van Ingen, Catherine E., R.N., district nursuig. Brooklyn, N. 1. 
Weaver, Mary, now Mrs. Hubbard, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1895. 
Baker, Marguerite L., now Mrs. Wylie. Washington, D. C. 
Barrow, Elizabeth K., now Mrs. J. Scott Wood. Brooklyn. N. V. 
Bodin, Julia .\.. private nursing. New ^■o^k City. 



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Chipman, Annie L., private nursing, New York City. 
Currin, Annie F., private nursing, New York City. 
Franke, Joanna B., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Griffiths, Elizabeth, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Heinrichs, Ida C, now Mrs. Jacobson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Houghton, Leila B., R.N., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jones. Emily L., R.N., Chemaines, B. C. 
Kay, Jean J.. Superintendent Training School, Cohinil>ia Hospital, 

Columbia, S. C. 
Alackarow, Maude A., private nursing. New York City. 
Mackintosh, Jennie. R.N., private nursing. New York City. 
McLeod, Annie M., private nursing. New York City. 
Percy, Elizabeth, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pope, Thirza A., ]\Ioses Taylor Hospital, West Seneca, N. Y. 
Robertson, Mary, private nursing, Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Roehr, Susan S., private nursing, Albany, N. Y. 
Sears, Annie M., private nursing. New York City. 
Sharpe, Blanche, now Mrs. Sutton, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Class of 1896. 

Barwick, Mary C, at home, Toronto, Canada. 

Benion, M. Hattie. now Mrs. Cyrus Hamlin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*Besch, Carrie, private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

MacLennan, Eliza, deceased. 

Mac Neill, Jessie D., now Mrs. Gilligan, deceased. 

Mastinter. Ellen Louise, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rowell. Katharine C, R.N.. private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1897. 

Anders, Alarie W.. R.N., married, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Benson, Annie, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Benton, Katharine E., married. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bermingham, Mary A., now Mrs. Parret, Ottawa, Canada. 

Bowman, Augusta J. (Mrs. J. W. Klein), deceased. 

Clark. Anna F., now Mrs. Campbell, Dunnellen. N. J. 

Colville, Mary A., at home, New York City. 

Fritchman, Elizabeth, private nursing, New York City. 

Granthan, Belle, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lamb, Isabella, Mrs. William McBain, Closter, N. J. 

Madden, Kathryn Lawton, R.N., now Mrs. King, Superintendent 

B. H. Club. 
Moore, Nellie W. (Mrs.), private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Murphy, Marie Louise, now Mrs. A. Brooker, St. Louis. Mo. 
Odell, Emily Martha, now Mrs. F. W. Ireland, Staten Island. N. Y. 
Penton, Annie Elizabeth, R.N., at home, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pierce, Alice Hurrv W. (Mrs.), R.N.. private nursing, Rrooklvn, 

N. Y. ' 

Shibley, Georgina A., at home. Alberta, Canada. 
Stennett, Emily F.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sumner, Kate R. (Mrs.), private nursing. New York City. 
Sweenj', Margaret L., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Warnock. Elsie R.. now Mrs. J. Spellman. Elmhurst, N. J. 

Class of 1898. 

Livingston, Mabel M., now Mrs. Innis, Simcoe. Canada. 
Thuresson, Edith B., now Mrs. Edmund Kelly, R.N. 

*Also post graduate. 



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Class of 1899. 
Dean, Margaret T., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hartry. Harriet S., R.N., Superintendent St. Barnabas Hospital, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Heinrichs, Ethel F., Superintendent City Hospital, Wheelinc. 

W. Va. * 

Henderson, Flora I., R.N., private nursing, New York City. 
Johnson, Gertrude S., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Keeney, Maud M., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kingsbury, Jean, now Mrs. Bagley, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Steers, Mary Charity, now Mrs. J. Primrose, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Stinson. Lena Mary, now Mrs. Ireland, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Wilmot, Frances Louise, now Mrs. Lambert, Kingston, Canada. 
Woglani, Anabelle. R.N., institutional work Brooklyn Hospital, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1900. 
Armstrong, ]\lay. R.N., at home, Montreal, Canada. 
Cameron, Grace Harriet, R.N., Superintendent Training School, St. 

Barnabas Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Haldane, Mary, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
King, H. B., married. 

McKeel, Sarah H., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Monteith, Beatrice S., now Mrs. McKay, Toronto, Canada. 
Morrison, Sadie, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rej-nolds, Minnie H., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rottermund, Wilhelmina C, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Smith, Mary A., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sturt, Mabel L, married, New York City. 
Wilson, Edna \L, now Mrs. Hussey, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class (if 190 1. 
Carson, Emma, private nursing, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Gillespie, Elizabeth, now Mrs. Baker, R.N., Duluth, Wis. 
Hatfield, Elizabeth, R.N., Superintendent General Hospital, Piqua, 

Ohio. 
Kerr. Elizabeth, R.N.. private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Madden, Kate, R.N., Superintendent of Nurses, Superintendent New 

England Hospital, Boston, Mass. 
Middlemiss, Isabella, R.N., private nursing, New York City. 
Mott, Grace B., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
O'Connell, Mary, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Odell, Sarah, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sinclair, Minneryetta, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Thistle, Florence, now Mrs. Jennings, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Williams, .^nnie, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of IQ02. 
Beckett, Kate D., R.N., Assistant Superintendent New England 

Hospital Women and Children, Boston, Mass. 
Finneran, .'Xnna. R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Gardiner, Winifred, now Mrs. Katiibu n. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Halliday. Edna, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hunter, Helen. R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Inhnson, Maude, now Mrs. Morkhill, R.N.. Shcrbrooke, Canada. 
Milligan. Frances, R.N., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Odell. Ethel F., now Mrs. Newman, Toronto, Canada. 
Soule. Ruth P.. now Mrs. E. English, Mexico. 
Tintlc, Sadie B.. R.N.. married. 

Trask. Bessie A., R.N., private nursing. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Whith.im. Marv F... R.N.. private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Class of 1903. 

Bell, Edith, now Mrs. Smith, R.N., Orange, N. J. 
Boone, Blanche, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Buchanan, Jane, R.N., Superintendent Bushwick Hospital, Brook- 

_ lyn, N. Y. 
Fritchler, Cora, married, San Francisco, Cal. 
Gifford, Ethel, now Mrs. Lloyd, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harper, Catherine, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hollis, Mathilda, now Mrs. B. U. Caffee, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Johns, May, now Mrs. Hobson, Toronto, Canada. 
Kearns, Anna, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mackie, Louise, private nursing, Albany, N. Y. 
Penchoen, Evelina, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1904. 

Bates, Cora M., R.N., Superintendent Midwood Sanitarium, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Capon, Alberta E., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Coppinger, Edith L, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Given, Ada L., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Green, Jane, R.N., specializing in obstetrics, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harding, Hilda M., R.N., school nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kavanagh, Alma Z., at home, Canada. 
Kinler, Mina, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Love, Margaret M., R.N., tubercular nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
McElroy, Henrietta. R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rees, Ethel E., R.N., now Mrs. A. D. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Slate, Marie H., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1905. 

Baker, Mary, R.N., married, operating room nurse, Hamilton Hos- 
pital, Canada. 

Buckles, Ada, R.N., at home, Piqua, Ohio. 

Halpine, Agnes, R.N., at home, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hartry. Innes, R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Herliiiy, Margaret, R.N., Superintendent of Nurses of the Eastern 
District Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hogg, Ada B., R.N., at home, Hamilton, Canada. 

Jackson, Mary B., R.N.. institutional nursing, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Jones, Nellie C, now Mrs. Wm. Barton, Chemaines, B. C. 

Lauterbach, Elizabeth P.. R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Leary, Sadie, now Mrs. McChesney, R.N., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McKinnie, Maude L., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Peck, Mary A., now Mrs. Harrison, R.N., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Penrod, Myrtle M., now Mrs. Sugrue, R.N., London, England. 

Phillips, Evelyn B., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Class of 1906. 

Canfield, Rodericka, R.N., resident nurse, Smith College. 

Johnson, Mabel C, R.N., institutional nursing, American Hospital, 

Mexico City, Mexico. 
Nichols, Margaret M., R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
North, Cassie M.. R.N., at home, Bermuda. 
Shaw, Frances S.. private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Smith, Maud. R.N., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
St. Hill, Rosalee, private nursing, Brookl^'n, N. Y. 



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Class of 1907. 

Black, Elinor E.. R.X., private nursing. Brooklyn. X. Y. 

BroAver, Clara G., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cross, Christena S. (Mrs.), R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Findlay, Florence, private nursing, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Gillespie, Florence, private nursing, Duluth, Minn. 

Lowe, Bertha G., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

^lacPherson, Elsie G., private nursing. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Peters. Elsie, private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Pym, Maude, at home, Huntsville, Canada. 

Sherrett, Maizie F.. private nursing, Brooklyn. X'. Y. 

Stewart, Helen, R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Van Ingen, Frances P., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Class of 190S. 



rmer, Florence F., R.X., private nursing, Pittsburg, Pa. _ 
irdiner, Isabel H.. R.X.. institutional nursing, Piqua. Ohio, 
illi, Oriel P., R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. _ 
ill, Beulah G., R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 



Beckett, Cecilia J., R.X., private nursing. Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Connelh'. Edna L., at home, Xapanee, Canada. 
Tarmer, Florence F., R.X., private nursing, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Gardii " 1 . tt t^ ^t .-, .• , -i-,- /-.l 

Giilli 

Hall, _., , r — -„. . . - 

Hawkes, Jean O., R.X., operating room nurse, St. Catherine's Hos- 
pital. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Reid. Jean M., R.X.. private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Rouselle, Caroline J.. R.X.. private nurse, Brooklvn. X. Y. 
Van Zandt, Ada, private nursing. New York City. 

Class of 1909. 

Brouse, Clara F., R.X., Superintendent Park Avenue Hospital. 
Rochester, N. Y'. 

Curry, Edith G.. now Mrs Bert Hill. Brooklyn^ X\ Y. 

Dwy'er, Jane, R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn. X. Y. 

Le Veque. Eva, R.X.. private nursing. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Outerbridge, Minnie E., R.X., private nursing. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Roger, Gertrude, R.X., private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Ryan, V. Campbell, R.X., private nursing. Brooklyn, X. \. 

Robbins, Anna X., private nursing. Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Skehan, Anne V.. R.X., private nursing. Brooklyn, X. \. 

Stevens. Elizabeth. R.X., private nursing. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Siki, Hiro, R.N.. private nursing, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Tait Mary E. R.X.. Xight Supervisor Midwood Sanitarium, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.' 



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Special Needs in the Children's and Baby's Wards 



Babies' white muslin slips, simply made. Socks, cotton diapers, flannel 
bands. 

Short dresses of either pink or blue gingham. Short white flannel 
skirts, made with cotton waists. Muslin drawers, all for children, 
from one to four j^ears old. Night gowns, muslin or flannel. 

Flannel shirts for children from ten months to four years old. (These 
must have high necks and long sleeves.) Shoes, stockings, cro- 
cheted bed slippers, pink or blue. Handkerchiefs. 

Warm cloaks for babies, and outside jackets and hats for children for 
the Hospital grounds. 

Half-worn clothing and old blankets for children convalescents dis- 
charged from the Wards. An old overcoat or shawl is sometimes- 
the only article brought to cover a discharged child recovering 
from pneumonia. 

Leather and crocheted slippers for children from three to fourteen. 

Stockings, both woolen and cotton. 

Washcloths, 12 inches square, or Turkish toweling. 

Bibs, 18 inches wide by 28 inches long, red and white linen toweling. 

White muslin night dresses, undervests, waists and drawers, for chil- 
dren three to fourteen. 

Blouse waists for boys, woolen and cotton, five to fourteen. 

Trousers, sizes five to fourteen. 

Wrappers. 



Special Needs in the Adult Wards 



Plain night gowns, night shirts, pajamas, dressing jackets, dressing 
gowns, pillows, blankets, towels ; bleached sheets, 2% yards long 
by 2 yards wide; pillow cases, 36 by 22 inches; spreads for single 
beds. Jellies, fruits and ice cream. 

Old night gowns. 

Old linen and cotton cloth. 



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FORM OF BEQUEST. 

/ give and bequeath to The Brooklyn Hospital, incorpo- 
rated under the Lazvs of the State of New York, May 8th, 

1845, dollars, to he applied to the 

uses and purposes of the said corporation. 



FORM OF DEVISE OF REAL ESTATE. 

/ give and devise to The Brooklyn Hospital, incorporated 
under the Laws of the State of New York, May 8th, 1S45 
(here describe the property devised), to have and to hold the 
same to said The Brooklyn Hospital, its successors and assigns 
forever, for the use and purposes of the said corporation. 



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Prooklyn Hospital. 

Report of the ^^rooklyn 
Hospital.