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The introduction of fully trained nurses to the Hobart Town General Hospital on 20 January 1876 / by Sir William Crowther
Bib ID 2255062
Format BookBook
Author
Crowther, William E. L. H. (William Edward Lodewyk Hamilton), Sir, 1887-1981
 
Description [Launceston, Tas.] : Queen Victoria Museum, 1977 
17p. : ill. ; 30cm. 
ISBN 072460622X
Series

Records of the Queen Victoria Museum Launceston ; no. 57.

Notes

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Subjects Royal Hobart Hospital -- History.  |  Hospitals. Hobart. Royal Hobart Hospital. Nursing, to 1876  |  Nursing -- Tasmania -- Hobart -- History.

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