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Sub-series consists of the School’s yearbook, entitled “The Pulse”, which was inaugurated with the 1949 edition. The first editor was Mary B. Morton, with co-editor Josephine J. Evans. The Advisory Committee consisted of Miss B. McPhedran, the Assistant Principal of the School for Nurses, and Miss G. Jones, one of the School’s instructors.

Toronto Western Hospital. Atkinson School of Nursing

Woodstock General Hospital School of Nursing fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1965-1973, ca. 1982

The fonds consists of seven yearbooks (1965-1969, 1972-1973) and a history book related to the Woodstock General Hospital School of Nursing.

Woodstock General Hospital School of Nursing

Woodstock General Hospital fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1897-1974, 1986

The fonds consists of the following series and subseries:

Series 1: Hospital Architectural Drawings ([after 1898],1953-1966, 1978)

Series 2: Nursing Alumnae
a) Nursing Programme

  1. History of Nursing School (1963)
  2. Programme Booklets ([after 1955] – 1972)
  3. Photographs ([18- ], [19 - ?], 1930, [196- ?])
  4. Tests (1962)
  5. Miscellaneous (1934, nd.)
    b) Graduation
  6. Graduation programmes (1935-1974)
  7. Diplomas (1969, [before 1975])
  8. Graduation photographs (1913, 1916, 1920-1972, 1986)
  9. Film (1955-1968)
    c) Alumnae
  10. Minutes of the Alumnae Association (1935-1962)
  11. Alumnae Lists (1897-1966)
  12. Annual Reunion Invitations (1973, 1975, 1977, 1988)

Series 3: Time Capsules (1954, 1961)

Woodstock General Hospital

Women's Coordinating Council fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1942- 2003

The fonds consists of records from the Women's Coordinating Council (Prince Rupert, BC). It includes minutes, financial records, notes on the history of the council, a donation list, programme notes for entertainment, a programme from the Prince Rupert Burns Club "Bring the Missus Night," and notes on the formation of the Senior Citizens Branch No. 62, formed in 1966.

Women's Coordinating Council (Prince Rupert, B.C.)

Women's Auxiliary records

This sub-series consists of minutes of meetings, roll call of members’ attendance, and the constitution and by-laws of the Grace Hospital Women's Auxiliary.

William Nicholls fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1933-2003

The fonds consists of biographical materials, conference proceedings, reports, articles, books, sermons, speeches, talks, committee reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, a photograph and a video tape. The fonds consists of nine series: Biographical; Publications; Speeches, Addresses and Talks; Committees; London School of Economics; Vanier Institute of the Family; Subject Files, Miscellaneous and Video Tape.

Nicholls, William

Westminster Benevolent Society fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1904-1947

The fonds contains records created or received by the Society in the course of carrying out its responsibilities. The fonds consists of two series: minutes and financial records.

Westminster Benevolent Society

Western Hours

This sub-series consists of copies of the TWH internal publication Western Hours (WH).

WH was begun in 1953 as the Hospital's staff yearbook/ Christmas magazine, containing articles by staff and administrators, news and announcements, photographs and drawings, poetry, departmental reports and staff obituaries.

From 1953 to 1959 the magazine was published by the TWH Personnel Department and edited by the Hospital's Personnel Officer (Norman Thompson, issues Christmas 1953 to Easter 1956; and Shaun Duffy, issues Christmas 1956 to Christmas 1959). During these years WH was published irregularly, but always at Christmas. From this period this sub-series is missing at least six issues: edition nos. 1-2, 1957; and edition nos. 1-4, 1959.

From 1960 to 1976 WH was published by an "Editorial/ Magazine Committee" under various editorships. Beginning with the Christmas 1977 issue WH was published by the TWH Department of Public Relations, under the editorship of Public Relations Officer Kathleen Wright.

The last issue of WH in magazine format was the annual Christmas issue for 1983. Beginning with an issue dated September 1, 1984 WH was published bi-monthly as a 4-page newsletter, replacing the companion TWH publication West Winds as the staff newsletter. Kathleen Wright continued to edit WH in its new format until June 1986. From July 1986 to May 13, 1987 WH was edited by Public Relations Officer Lucie Baistrocchi; from May 28, 1987 until April 22, 1988 WH was edited by Public Relations Officer Joanne Milner.

Articles of special note published in WH include:

  1. WH 1967, p.8 (file TW 9-1-18): report on the history of the TWH Auxiliary from its founding in 1898
  2. WH 1971, pp. 1, 7, 56-59, 62 (file TW 9-1-22): historical overview of the TWH 1896-1971 including photographs
  3. WH 1981, p. 57 (file TW 9-1-32): report on the history of the Toronto Homeopathic Hospital/ Grace Hospital, 1890-1936.
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