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"A Nurse's Prayer"

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Collection
Cora Burnside Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
Accession Number
998008013
Description
A piece of paper with "A Nurse's Prayer" printed on it with a brown border.
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Accession Number
998008013
Collection
Cora Burnside Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
MeSH Heading
Nurses -- manuscripts
Religion and Medicine -- ephemera
Poetry
Description
A piece of paper with "A Nurse's Prayer" printed on it with a brown border.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Acquired by Cora Burnside.
Maker
Woman's Missionary Society of the United Church of Canada
Site Made (City)
Toronto
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Date Remarks
Most of the other nursing documents in this collection date to circa 1923.
Material
paper: white
Inscriptions
"A Nurse's Prayer" printed at the top of the page; "WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY // OF THE // UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA // ROOM 410, WESLEY BUILDING // TORONTO" printed on the back; see attached photocopy for text of prayer
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-2 Box #8
Dimension Notes
Length 14.6 cm x Width 13.6 cm
Condition Remarks
The paper is creased and has some tears in it.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person
JPG
Reference Comments
Susan Muer-Simpson; CD #8
Research Facts
Cora Frances Burnside was a graduate of KGH Nursing's class of 1923; she worked in New York until 1971 and died in 1996; the prayer was written by Myra L. Sawyer.
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In Flanders Fields [photograph]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact11829
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Archival Items
Classification
Archival, Images
Accession Number
002050055
Description
Picture of John McCrae and his dog Bonneau with poem - "In Flanders Fields."
Accession Number
002050055
Author
Dr. John McCrae
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Archival Items
Classification
Archival, Images
MeSH Heading
Portraits
Poetry
Description
Picture of John McCrae and his dog Bonneau with poem - "In Flanders Fields."
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine.
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-1-1 Box C
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Other
Reference Comments
Prev. # AMP178 / L31
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Dates
1941
Collection
Victoria Bloom Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
Accession Number
008026003
Description
Framed decorated nursing print of "Florence Nightingale Pledge"; pledge printed in middle of the print; decorative border has been painted around the pledge; a sketch of Florence Nightingale appears at the top of the document; painted wood frame with glass front and cardboard backing.
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Accession Number
008026003
Collection
Victoria Bloom Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
MeSH Heading
Education, Nursing -- popular works
Poetry
MM= Commemorative and Association Items
Description
Framed decorated nursing print of "Florence Nightingale Pledge"; pledge printed in middle of the print; decorative border has been painted around the pledge; a sketch of Florence Nightingale appears at the top of the document; painted wood frame with glass front and cardboard backing.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Found in garage at rental property in Kingston, Ontario; home owner did not know which previous tenant was the original owner
Maker
James Blyth
Dates
1941
Date Remarks
Date printed on object
Material
paper: cream
ink: black, red, green, yellow
wood: brown
glass: clear
paint: black
Inscriptions
On print: "The // Florence Nightingale // Pledge // I Solemnly Pledge before God, and in // the presence of this assembly to // pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully."; bottom of print: "JAMES BLYTH 41"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-1-1
Dimension Notes
Length 31.1 cm x Width 25.9 cm x Depth 1.6 cm
Condition Remarks
Print is faded; glass front is smaller than frame and has shifted within the wooden frame; paper backing is torn down the middle; paint on frame has been chipped on edges and corners
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
"Florence Nightingale: The Nightingale Pledge"; Wikipedia; CD #1
Research Facts
The Nightingale Pledge was originally created by a committee chaired by Lystra Grette, an instructor of nursing at Harper Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and was first used by its graduating nursing class of 1893. The pledge is an adaptation of the Hippocratic oath taken by physicians. There is no evidence that Florence Nightingale had input or knowledge of its content; however it bears her name. Traditionally it is cited by nursing graduates during Honours or Pinning ceremonies and accomapnies the Candle lighting segment of the ceremony.
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Nursing with Christ [nursing prayer]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12464
Dates
1940
circa 1940
Collection
Marjorie Nador Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
Accession Number
002036001
Description
Framed nursing prayer surrounded by hand-painted twining pink roses; text printed in simple font; 20 lines; gilded areas on frame.
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Accession Number
002036001
Collection
Marjorie Nador Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
MeSH Heading
Religion and Medicine -- ephemera
Poetry
Description
Framed nursing prayer surrounded by hand-painted twining pink roses; text printed in simple font; 20 lines; gilded areas on frame.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Item was originally owned by Marjorie Nador (nee McGlade) and donated by her husband, Mr. Michael Nador; via Lynda Jackson.
Dates
1940
circa 1940
Material
paper: cream
wood: brown
glass: clear
paint: pink, green, brown, yellow
ink: black
Inscriptions
First stanza:: "Go forth, O nurse, to help and heal, // Like Christ in doing good, // Deem not thy calling great, ideal, // Mere means of livelihood."
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-1
Dimension Notes
Length 27.3 cm x Width 22.3 cm x Depth 1.1 cm
Condition Remarks
Poem paper and decorative painting is faded; paper backing is loose.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person: JPG
Reference Comments
Paul Robertson, Curator, Museum of Health Care; CD #1
Research Facts
Original owner graduated from Hotel Dieu Hospital, St. Joseph's School of Nursing (class of 1941); poem is considered to have affiliation with religious (Roman Catholic) nursing schools, unconfirmed.
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Nursing with Christ [nursing prayer]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12465
Dates
1940
circa 1940
Collection
Marjorie Nador Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
Accession Number
002036002
Description
Framed nursing prayer surrounded by hand-painted twining purple violets; cutout coloured print of a Christ-figure affixed above title; title printed in calligraphic style font with decorative capitol letters; body of text printed in simple font; 20 lines; gilded areas on frame.
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Accession Number
002036002
Collection
Marjorie Nador Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
MeSH Heading
Religion and Medicine -- ephemera
Poetry
Description
Framed nursing prayer surrounded by hand-painted twining purple violets; cutout coloured print of a Christ-figure affixed above title; title printed in calligraphic style font with decorative capitol letters; body of text printed in simple font; 20 lines; gilded areas on frame.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Item was originally owned by Marjorie Nador (nee McGlade) and donated by her husband, Mr. Michael Nador via Lynda Jackson.
Dates
1940
circa 1940
Material
paper: cream
wood: brown
glass: clear
ink: black
paint: purple, green, blue, yellow
Inscriptions
First stanza: "Go forth, O nurse, to help and heal, // Like Christ in doing good, // Deem not thy calling great, ideal, // Mere means of livelihood."
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-1
Dimension Notes
Length 27.3 cm x Width 22.3 cm x Depth 1.1 cm
Condition Remarks
Paper is fading; paper backing is loose and peeling.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person
JPG
Reference Comments
Paul Roberton, Curator, Museum of Health Care; CD #1
Research Facts
Original owner graduated from Hotel Dieu Hospital, St. Joseph's School of Nursing (class of 1941); poem is considered to have an affiliation with religious (Roman Catholic) nursing schools, unconfirmed.
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prayer of dedication

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12462
Dates
1953
Collection
Alec Brian Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
Accession Number
000044001
Description
Prayer of dedication for the Angada Children's Hospital in a wooden frame with glass.
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Accession Number
000044001
Collection
Alec Brian Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
MeSH Heading
Religion and Medicine -- ephemera
Poetry
Description
Prayer of dedication for the Angada Children's Hospital in a wooden frame with glass.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Found in Alec Brian's office; he was the first director of the Glaxo Wellcome Clinical Education Centre and a Paediatrician; via Barbara Fletcher.
Maker
Angada Children's Hospital
Site Made (City)
Kingston
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1953
Date Remarks
Date printed on dedication
Material
paper: cream
wood: brown
ink: black, red, green
Inscriptions
Printed: "Prayer of Dedication // Angada Children's Hospital // OPENING CEREMONIES"; bottom of dedication: "REV. A. M. LAVERTY, B.A., B.D. // APRIL 29, 1953 // KINGSTON, ONTARIO"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-1
Dimension Notes
Length 27.2 cm x Width 22.0 cm x Depth 1.3 cm
Condition Remarks
Paper is faded; paint on frame shows wear on edges
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
Kingston General Hospital Archives Web site; Lorna Knight, Archivist; CD #1.
Research Facts
Angada Children's Hospital opened in 1953. The hospital chose the name 'Angada' - an Arabic word meaning "to bring help unto you" - in recognition of the support of the main fundraising group, the Shriners Club in 1938. The Doran Wing at the east end of the Kingston General Hospital was renovated and expanded in 1953 for the Angada Hospital, which was the only children's hospital between Toronto and Montreal. Four floors provided 82 beds and treatment centres for infants to teenagers. Closures started with Angada 4 in 1972, Angada 3 in 1973. In 1977 the Paediatric Ward at Hotel Dieu is closed and consolidated at KGH until 1984 when it is reversed and the Angada Hospital is renovated as the Syl and Molly Apps Medical Research Centre and is the home for the Human Mobility Research Centre since 1987. Refer to research file for full details.
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prayer of dedication

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12463
Dates
1953
Collection
Alec Brian Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
Accession Number
000044002
Description
Framed prayer of dedication for the Angada Children's Hospital at Kingston General Hospital in a wooden frame with glass.
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Accession Number
000044002
Collection
Alec Brian Collection
Category
Ephemera
Classification
Ephemera
MeSH Heading
Religion and Medicine -- ephemera
Poetry
Description
Framed prayer of dedication for the Angada Children's Hospital at Kingston General Hospital in a wooden frame with glass.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Found in Alec Brian's office; he was the first director of the Glaxo Wellcome Clinical Education Centre and a Paediatrion; via Barbara Fletcher.
Maker
Angada Children's Hospital
Site Made (City)
Kingston
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1953
Date Remarks
Date printed on dedication
Material
paper: cream
wood: brown
ink: black, red, green
Inscriptions
Printed: "Prayer of Dedication // Angada Children's Hospital // OPENING CEREMONIES"; bottom of dedication: "REV. A. M. LAVERTY, B.A., B.D. // APRIL 29, 1953 // KINGSTON, ONTARIO"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-1
Dimension Notes
Length 27.2 cm x Width 22 cm x Depth 1.3 cm
Condition Remarks
Paper is faded; paint on frame shows wear on edges
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
Person
JPG
Reference Comments
Kingston General Hospital Archives website; Lorna Knight, Archivist; CD #1.
Research Facts
Angada Children's Hospital opened in 1953. The hospital chose the name 'Angada' - an Arabic word meaning "to bring help unto you" - in recognition of the support of the main fundraising group, the Shriners Club in 1938. The Doran Wing at the east end of the Kingston General Hospital was renovated and expanded in 1953 for the Angada Hospital, which was the only children's hospital between Toronto and Montreal. Four floors provided 82 beds and treatment centres for infants to teenagers. Closures started with Angada 4 in 1972, Angada 3 in 1973. In 1977 the Paediatric Ward at Hotel Dieu is closed and consolidated at KGH until 1984 when it is reversed and the Angada Hospital is renovated as the Syl and Molly Apps Medical Research Centre and is the home for the Human Mobility Research Centre since 1987. Refer to research file for full details.
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