A procedure in the operating room at Minneapolis City Hospital; staff pictured from left to right are Alma Wyard, Dr. Newgard, Isabel St. Clair, Dr. Drake, Dr. Owre, Dr. Braasch, a urologist from the Mayo Clinic, and Jeanette Larson (Mrs. Eitel), superintendent of nurses.
Nursing graduation of the Minneapolis General Hospital and the University of Minnesota. Nurses in cadet nurse corps uniforms and nursing uniforms climb the steps of Northrup Auditorium at the university.
Two nurses and two doctors demonstrate the use of a pulmotor on a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. The hospital was established by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet during a cholera epidemic in 1853.
Doctors O. W. Rowe, W. L. Tuohy, John A. Winter, T. L. Chapman, William A. Coventry and clinic staff at their 25 West Second Street building. The original photograph identifies all pictured individuals.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections
This photograph shows a large group of St. Peter State Hospital employees standing on the front steps of the Center building. The names of many of the employees have been written on the reverse side of the photo. Dr. Freeman is at left in the front row. Dr. Grimes is at left in the second row, behind Dr. Freeman.
This photograph shows the nurses and staff members of the St. Peter State Hospital. Two separate photos were taken and placed beside each other to form this large photo. The employees were standing on the front steps of the Center building in both of the original photos.
Formal front entrance to the nurses' dormitory at The Swedish Hospital, Minneapolis. In the early twentieth century, nursing students lived on the hospital grounds. The parlor seen in the photograph would have been reserved for leisure time and entertaining special guests.
This postcard shows a hospital employee in front of the first tuberculosis building at the St. Peter State Hospital, according to a note on the reverse side. Sources at the hospital state that it was constructed in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Photograph of Ma Schnabel sitting in a lawn chair. As a registered nurse and an excellent cook, Ma Scnabel did everything except counseling during the first years of Hazelden's existence. She was well known for her compassion and kindness.