Contributed by Northern Light Mercy Hospital
In 1954, the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing Graduates included, from left to right, first row: Claire E. Fraser, Mona Oulette, Ursala M. Terroni, Jacqueline L. LaBrecque, Janice Anne Brazier, Sally Bannon, Mary Ellen Burke, Carmen G. Carignan, Sister Mary Edmund Campion, Corinne L. Paridis, Anne M. Bission, Constance A. Hebert, Wilma J. Doyon, Laura R. Paradis, Elsie L. Doyle, Lucy I. Orne.
Second row: Everista M. Barnes, Louise M. Mountain, Rosemary Nealand, Joan M. Oden, Rebecca M. Gillesie, Durelle M. Black, Theresa L. Ouelette, Margaret M. Crosby, Mary G. Donahue, Doris Cronan, Nola J. Renard, Kathleen M. O'Clery, Louise M. Monahan, Mary T. Akins, Mary T. Durand, Elinor Smith.
Third row: Mary Ann Watt, Clair E. Aucoin, Mary K. Shaw, Mary Crowley, Carmen Thibodeau, Lucille Pinette, Barbara Jordan, Pauline M. Kuchulis, Mary Ellen McLeod, Kathleen Huston, Orpha Bolstridge, Jacqueline Verville, Germaine Brennan.
About This Item
- Title: Mercy Hospital School of Nursing graduates, Portland, 1954
- Creator: Curran
- Creation Date: 1954
- Subject Date: 1954
- Location: Portland, Cumberland County, ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 20.3 cm x 25.4 cm
- Collection: Mercy Hospital Historic Archive
- Object Type: Image
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Catholic Church. Diocese of Portland (Me.)
- Group portraits--Maine--Portland
- Health care personnel--Maine--Portland
- Health education
- Medical education
- Mercy Hospital (Portland, Me.)
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175 Fore River Parkway, Portland, ME 04102
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