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Tri-County Visiting Nurse Association records

MC 75

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing
Creator:
Tri-county Visiting Nurse Association.
Title:
Tri-County Visiting Nurse Association records
Date [inclusive]:
1984-1991
Call Number:
MC 75
Extent:
2.95 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
This collection contains records of the Visiting Nurse Association of Plainfield and North Plainfield, NJ. Materials include annual reports, committee minutes, Treasurer's Reports, and statistical data of clinics, home visits, and community activities. The collection also includes a number of photographs and scrapbooks.
Cite as:
Tri-County Visiting Nurse Association records, Barbara Bates Center for The Study of The History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

The Visiting Nurse Association of Plainfield and North Plainfield was organized in 1911 as a committee called the Nursing Bureau. The bureau functioned in close connection with the Charity Organization Society with the purpose of combining the work of various charitable societies and supporting a district nurse. The Bureau was maintained by the City Union of King's Daughters, Board of Education of Plainfield and North Plainfield, Anti-Tuberculosis League, and the Charity Organization Society. In this capacity, the services grew in various directions, notably in child health, communicable diseases, school health, and home health services.

In 1915, the Nursing Bureau changed its name to the Visiting Nurse Association of Plainfield and North Plainfield with its own constitution and by-laws. Mrs. Frederick Goddard was elected President of a Board of Trustees consisting of 21 members and several committees to assist with the financial and operative work of the Association. To meet the demand for services, the staff increased from three to five nurses. The next three years the nursing staff provided service to children impaired by infantile paralysis (1916). This additional service was performed until 1925. The "Little Mothers League" was established in order to instruct children of ethnic backgrounds in proper care of their baby brothers and sisters at home (1916). A request for home-care follow-ups for all discharged ward patients was received from the Muhlenburg Hospital (1917), and the Association granted the request. In 1918, the VNA volunteered its efforts to meet the community's needs during the influenza epidemic.

The next decade brought increases in well-baby clinics, pre-natal and maternity, and home care services. Due to the expansion of services, the Board of Trustees was cognizant of a need of a Director of Nurses. Ruth Fisher, R.N. was appointed to the position. Also, the Black community requested the Association employ a Black nurse to serve in that area. A special grant of the Community Chest (1930) made this additional staff member possible. Financial support of the Association up until the time of the Community Chest (1918) came from the City Union of King's Daughters, Charity Organization Society, Anti-Tuberculosis League, Board of Health of Plainfield and North Plainfield, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, and Nursing Service of Plainfield Schools. Also, there were small sums from City Poor Funds and private gifts. Three charitable associations (1918) withdrew their support, and in 1923 the Plainfield schools found it necessary to employ a full-time nurse for health services. In the 1930's financial support was received from Community Chest, Metropolitan Life Insurance, public funds, contributions, and fee for service. For the next two to four decades, the VNA was an integral part of the health and human service network in the tri-county greater Plainfield areas. The Association had contractual relationships with the Veteran's Administration, Medicaid, and Special Child Health Services of the Health Department.

Scope and Contents

This collection documents the VNA of Plainfield and North Plainfield since 1894, when nursing services were provided by the Nursing Bureau and Charity Organization Society until the VNA’s reorganization and name change to VNA of Plainfield and North Plainfield (1911) and incorporation in 1915. Annual reports from 1911-1953, committee minutes of the King's Daughters (1894-1911), Nursing Auxiliary Committee of Scotch Plains and Fernwood (1930-1963) are included. Additionally, there are Treasurer's Reports and statistical data of clinics, home visits, and community activities. The collection includes a well-documented collection of photographs, many of which were reproduced for public relations, as well as scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of the Association's activities.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing

Access Restrictions

This collection is unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Center with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Johanna R. Austin, 1992.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Tri-county Visiting Nurse Association.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Administrative records
  • Photographs
Geographic Name(s)
  • Plainfield (N.J.)
Occupation(s)
  • Public health nursing
Subject(s)
  • Community health nursing
  • Visiting nurses

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Collection Inventory

Series 1.  Administration, 1894-1991.

Scope and Contents note

This series includes materials documenting the Association’s founding and early activities. It provides information of the committees prior to its organization (1911) and its incorporation (1915) of the Visiting Nurse Association of Plainfield and North Plainfield. There are limited materials of by-laws with revisions and correspondence (1939-1951), as well as minutes of the Board of Trustees meetings (1950-1952). In addition, annual reports for (1911-1953, 1983-1984, and 1991) and data about committee meetings are available. The director's annual reports (1930-1957) are on file. Correspondence files include incoming and outgoing correspondence for board appointments, resignations, and acknowledgements.

Box Folder

By-Laws, 1939-1949.

1 1

By-Laws, Revisions and Correspondence, 1937-1951.

1 2

Annual Reports.

Box Folder

1911-1914.

1 3

1914-1916.

1 4

1917-1921.

1 5

1922-1925.

1 6

1926-1930.

1 7

1931-1953.

1 8

1983-1984.

1 9

1991.

1 10

Minutes.

Box Folder

Minutes, Board of Trustees Meeting, 1950-1952.

1 11

Minutes, King's Daughters, Nursing Committee Meeting, 1894-1911.

1 12

Minutes, Nurses Auxiliary to Plainfield Visiting Nurse Association, Scotch Plains and Fernwood, Meetings.

1 12

Ledger, 1930-1938.

1 13

Ledger, 1939-1948.

2 14

Ledger, 1949-1963.

2 15

Minutes, Nurses Committee, 1932-1940.

2 16

Correspondence, Board of Trustees.

Box Folder

Appointment, Resignation and Acknowledgements, 1950-1982.

2 17

Acknowledgement for Donations, Retirement Plan, and Services, 1950-1967.

2 18

Patient Services and Equipment, 1912-1988.

2 19

Personnel, Education and Special Interest Form, 1985.

2 20

Reports.

Box Folder

Director, 1930-1957.

3 21

Group Retirement Plan, undated.

3 22

Relationship with other community agencies, undated.

3 23

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Series 2.  History, 1894-1940.

Scope and Contents note

This small series consists of published and unpublished histories by and about the Association ranging in date from 1894-1940.

Box Folder

Booklet A Brief History, Past Accomplishments and Future Hopes, 1894-1939.

3 1

Highlights from Minutes by Mrs. Rushmore on Twenty-Fifth VNA Anniversary, April 11, 1940.

3 2

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Series 3.  Public Relations, 1920-1990.

Scope and Contents note

This series includes a variety of material used for promotional purposes which includes brochures, pamphlets, invitations, radio script, and the publication It's in the Bag (1934-1970). In addition, scrapbooks (1920-1987) containing a variety of local newspaper clippings promoting the association are available.

Box Folder

Articles, history and activities of VNA, (rough drafts), undated.

3 1

Brochures - Agency's services provided, 1934-1984.

3 2

Christmas Greeting Cards.

Box Folder

1948-1958.

3 3

1959-1974.

3 4
Box Folder

Invitations and programs for Annual Meetings, 1950s-1970s.

3 5

Marketing Health Care, 1985-1990.

3 6

National Home Care Week, 1987-1989.

3 7

News Clipppings, eommunity Chest Pictorial News, 1925.

3 8

News release, Garage Sale, October 14, ?.

3 9

Paper, "Case Material for Health Officer's Workshop", undated.

3 10

Presentation, "Visiting Nurse Association, History and Activities", 1930s-1942.

3 11

Publication, It's in the Bag, 1950-1953.

3 12

Script for Local Radio Program and Correspondence, 1946-1950.

3 13

Services of Visiting Nurse Association, Correspondence and Slide projection suggestions, 1948-1954.

3 14

Summary of VNA's Activities for Public Health Nursing Week, April 1940s.

3 15

Reference Materials.

Box Folder

Booklet, Planning Exhibits and Writing Reports, 1942-1957.

4 16

Booklet, Sound Health Action Through Public Information, by Adm. W.H.P. Blandy, U.S.N. (Ret.), 1951.

4 17

Scrapbooks.

Flatbox Folder

1920-1946.

8 18

1946-1949.

8 19

1949-1987.

8 20

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Series 4.  Community and Professional Organization, 1930-1990.

Scope and Contents note

Found within the series are the League of Women Voters, Health Committee, "A survey of Health Facilities of the city of Plainfield (1949), meeting reports, and resource materials from national and state nursing organizations. Also, there are files of annual reports and brochures from other local and out-of-state visiting nurse associations and social agencies (1930-1990).

Box Folder

League of Women Voters, Health Committee, "A Survey of the Health Facilities of the City of Plainfield", March 1949.

4 1

National Organization for Public Health Nursing.

Box Folder

Publications Available, General Public Health Nursing, including Administration, 1950.

4 2

Regional Conference Report, Providence, Rhode Island, April 18-20?.

4 3

Summary of Board member's Discussion Meeting held in New York City, 1938-1939.

4 4

Proclamation from Mayor; Quote from President Truman for Observation of Public Health Nursing Week, 1947.

4 5
Box Folder

National League for Nursing Educational Resource, Tuberculosis Nursing in Action, prepared by Tuberculosis Nursing Council of Los Angeles County, 1953.

4 6

New Jersey State Nurses Association.

Box Folder

Code for Professional Nurses; and Functions for Public Health Nurses in Staff Positions, American Nurses Association, 1950 and 1954.

4 7

Report, Institute of Visiting Nurse Association Executives Meeting, 1940.

4 8

Nursing and Social Agencies.

Visiting Nurse Association.
Box Folder

Annual Reports of VNA's within New Jersey and those in other states, 1940-1990.

4 9

Brochures of VNA's within New Jersey and those in other states, 1930-1990.

4 10
Programs.
Box Folder

Diamond Jubilee, Visiting Nurse and Health Services, Elizabeth N.J., 1986.

4 11

Golden Anniversary, Visiting Nurse Association of Eastern Union County, 1962.

4 12

Golden Anniversary, Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills, 1954.

4 13
Social Agencies.
Annual Reports.
Box Folder

Morris County Tuberculosis and Health Association, Inc. 1956; and Family and Children's Society, 1951 and 1956.

4 14

Minneapolis Urban League, Minnesota, 1951.

4 15
Booklets.
Box Folder

The Plairifield Foundation, Declaration of Trust, 1920.

4 16

Plainfield Area Girl Scouts, 1954.

4 17

To Have and to Hold Volunteers in Community Services Community Chests and Councils, Inc., N.Y., undated.

4 18

Recruitment Program, R.N. Looking Ahead by Young Adult Department Teaneck Public Library, 1954.

4 19

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Series 5.  Photographs, 1894-1991.

Scope and Contents note

The photographs making up the series are of a public relations nature and depict nurses performing different duties. These include working with parents and children, caring for the homebound patient, providing services to school and health programs, and teaching fathers in parenting classes. There are also photographs of the VNA's exhibits for community chest drives. The Association reproduced many of the photographs found in this series in their annual reports, brochures, and newspaper promotional articles.

Photographs.

Box Photo

Group of VNA Staff Leaving Headquarters for Home Visiting, 1950s.

5 1A

Mary O'Tani, R.N. Leaving a Patient's Home, 1950s.

5 2A

Mary O'Tani, R.N. Leaving a Patient's Home, 1950s.

5 3

VNA Staff, Outside of Headquarters, Standing by Open-House Sign, 1984.

5 4A-B

Entrance to VNA Headquarters, 1980s.

5 5

Staff Member Speaking on Office Phone, 1980.

5 6

Margaret Bonnell, 1980.

5 7

Marilyn Zuchowski, Johanna Austin, Evelyn Savage, 1986.

5 8

Group of Three Individuals, Center Person Holding a Citation Certificate, 1980.

5 9

Group Photograph of Total Nursing Staff.

Box Photo

1921.

5 10A

1924.

5 11

1946.

5 12A-C

1954.

5 13A-C

1963.

5 14A

1965.

5 15

1965.

5 16

Mrs. Marian Selbie, Executive Director and Mrs. Ralph Macintyre, Secretary, 1965.

5 17

Irene Harvelick, 1951.

5 18

Mary O'Tari, R.N., 1950.

5 19

Joan Thompson, R.N., 1951.

5 20

Doris Kennedy, Data Processing and Jean Diller, R.N., 1985.

5 21

Office Scene with Supervisor Behind Desk and Two Ladies Sitting at Conference Table, 1930.

5 22

Staff Nurses Mullin and Wilkocksin Reviewing Clinic Schedule, 1950.

5 23

Office Scene, Staff Preparing For Patients Homevisits, 1962.

5 24

Office Scene, Staff Recording Patients Home Visits, 1950.

5 25A

Parenting Classes.

Box Photo

Marian Selbie, R.N. Teaching Mothers to Make Infant Formula, 1950.

5 26

V.N. Observing Mothers Giving Infant Care, 1950.

5 27A-B

Marian Selbie, R.N. and Henriette Johnson, R.N. Teaching Fathers Infant Care, 1950.

5 28A-B

Marian Selbie, R.N. and Henrietta Johnson, R.N. Teaching Fathers Infant Care, 1950.

5 29A

Visiting Nurse Teaching Fathers Infant Care, 1950.

5 30A

Henrietta Johnson, R.N. observing Father giving infant care, 1950.

5 31A

Marian Gubie, R.N. observing Fathers Giving Infant Care, 1950.

5 32A-B

Frances Ellis, R.N. and a Mother Observing Father Giving Infant Care, 1964.

5 33

Visiting Nurse Demonstrating Infant Feeding to Fathers, 1950.

5 34

Visiting Nurse Demonstrating Holding Infant, 1950.

5 35

Infant Being Diapered, 1950.

5 36

Well-Baby Clinic.

Box Photo

Physician Listening To Baby's Heart Sounds With VN Attending, 1950.

5 37

Physician Examining and VN Holding Baby, 1950.

5 38A

Mrs. Sewall, R.N. Weighing Baby, 1950.

5 39

VN Weighing Baby, and Another Staff Member Recording, 1950.

5 40

Dr. Raymond O'Brien, Examining Baby, 1950.

5 41A

Dr. Raymond O'Brien, Examining and Visiting Nurse Holding Baby, 1950.

6 42

Dr. Raymond O'Brien, Examining and Visiting Nurse Holding Twins, 1950.

6 43

Dr. Dabney Moon Examining and Helen Foeast, R.N. Holding Baby, Mother Observing, 1950.

6 44

Dr. Thalheimer Examining and Janet Hallard, R.N. Holding Toddler, Siblings Observing, 1960.

6 45A

Groups of Infants, Toddlers, Pre-School Children With Parents and Nurses.

Box Photo

Nurse Holding Two Infants and five Babies Sitting On Bench Outdoors, 1920.

6 46

Nurse Surrounded by Parents Holding Babies and Pre-School and School Age Children Outdoors, 1920.

6 47

Nurse with Mothers Holding Infants and a Small School-Age Girl, Outside of Well-Baby Station at Melick House, Plainfield, N.J., 1920.

6 48

Nurse Standing with Parents Holding Infants Including Older Children, Outdoors, 1930.

6 49

Nurse Standing Holding Toddler with Parents Sitting Holding Either A Toddler, Baby or Infant, Outdoors, 1930.

6 50

Mothers Standing Behind Their Babies, Well-Baby Station, Indoors, 1940.

6 51

Elizabeth Rosania, R.N. Examining School-Age Child's Arm, Sister and Mother Observing, 1960.

6 52

Home Health Services.

Box Photo

Joan Thompson, R.N. Weighing Infant, Brother and Mother Observing, 1950.

6 53

Frances Ellis, R.N. Instructing Mother on Child Health Care, Sisters Observing, Infant Sleeping, 1965.

6 54

Mary Lou Anderson, R.N. Preparing to Weigh Infant, Mother Observing, 1950.

6 55

Visiting Nurse Instructing Mother on Infant Clothing Needs, 1960.

6 56A

Visiting Nurse Instructing Mother on Infant Clothing Needs, 1960.

6 57A

Visiting Nurse Measuring Infant's Head Circumference, 1960.

6 58

Visiting Nurse Instructing Mother on Infant Care, 1950.

6 59

Henrietta Johnson, R.N. Instructing Ruth Ann Solomon Carter (School-Age Child) in Using Crutches, 1950.

6 60

Margaret Lamb, R.N. Applying Tuberculin Patch to Virginia Robinson's Back (School-Age Child), 1950.

6 61

Ethel Miller Gilmore, R.N. Instructing the Friebely Child of School Age in Giving Insulin Injection, 1950.

6 62

Judy Matusik Nock, R.N. Giving an Injection to Elderly Male, 1960.

6 63

Visiting Nurse and Elderly Woman Sitting in Chair, 1960.

6 64

Mrs. Frances Ellis, R.N. Applying Eye Dressing To Mr. Ernest Honeywell, 1965.

6 65

Lynn Capawana, R.N. Applying Ear Dressing to Elderly Male, 1960.

6 66

Arlene Krasnow, R.N., and Patient Marian Selbie Sitting on Rocking Chair in Bedroom, 1950.

6 67

Mary O'Tani, R.N. Giving Bedbath to a Male Patient, 1950.

6 68

Mary O'Tani, R.N. Giving Bedbath to a Male Patient, 1950.

6 69

Frances Ellis, R.N. Exercising Mrs. Calahan's Leg, 1960.

6 70

Barbara De Pars, L.P.N. Assisting Male Patient Into Wheelchair, 1960.

6 71

Patricia Jordan, R.N. Redressing Patient's Ankle, 1960.

6 72A

Ethel Smith, Physical Therapist, Entering Home of Violet Munoz, 1982.

6 73

Mabel Voorheers Burke, R.N. Entering a Patient's Home, 1950.

6 74

Home Health Aide Giving Patient a Glass of Milk, Visiting Nurse Observing, 1970.

6 75

Visiting Nurse Instructing Patient on Medication and Patient's Friend Observing, 1970.

6 76

Margaret Taylor, Physical Therapist with Patient, 1981.

6 77

Visiting Nurse Giving Patient Injection, 1980.

6 78

Visiting Nurse Instructing Patient on Nutrition, 1974.

6 79

Office and Senior Citizen Center Health Services.

Box Photo

Virgina Kelley, R.N. Preparing an Injection and Ruth Johnson Observing, 1985.

6 80

Visiting Nurse Taking a Senior Citizen's Blood Pressure, 1980.

6 81

School Health Services.

Box Photo

Visiting Nurse Examining School-Age Child and Mother Observing 1980s.

6 82

Male Student Standing on Scale and Visiting Nurse Weighing Student, 1960.

6 83

Mabel Burke, R.N. Conducting a Hearing Test on a Female Student, 1960.

6 84A

Male Individual Talking with a Male Child Who is Leaning on a Large Ball, 1960.

6 85

Visiting Nurse and Physician Doing Physical Examination for Male Students, 1950.

6 86

Mabel Burke, R.N. Assisting Dr. Murray Jaffee Providing Dental Care to Male Student, 1960.

6 87

Mabel Burke, R.N. Assisting Dr. Murray Jaffee Providing Dental Exam to Female Student, 1960.

6 88

Equipment and Demonstration of Procedures.

Box Photo

Visiting Nurse's "Stanley Bag" Carried by the Nurse for Home Health Services, 1960.

6 89

Hands of Helen Foerst, R.N. and Arms of Marian Selbie, R.N. to Demonstrate the Giving of Injection, 1950.

6 90

Demonstration of Blood-Pressure Procedure, 1950.

6 91A

Public Relations.

Box Photo

Contact Sheet, Office Visits; New Headquarters; Child Health Clinic; and Senior Citizen Center, 1980.

6 92

Contact Sheet, Child Health Clinic; Headquarters; and Administrative Support Staff, 1980.

6 93

Contact Sheet, Headquarters; Physical Therapist with Patient Using a Walker Outdoors, 1980.

6 94

Exhibit "Visiting Nurse Association, Funding Campaign, Community Chest", Retail Store Window, 1930.

6 95

Exhibit "Visiting Nurse Association, Funding Campaign", Community Chest, Retail Store Window, 1930.

6 96

Exhibit "Public Health Nurse, Showing her Functions with School Health Program", 1948.

6 97A

Exhibit, "Visiting Nurse Showing the Care Provided by the Nurse", Community Chest Campaign, 1947.

6 98

Exhibit, "Visiting Nurse Association, A Family Health Service", 1949.

6 99

Child Health Program.

Box Photo

Mothers Bringing Infants and Children to Milk Station, Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 100

Mothers Bringing Infants and Children to Milk Station, Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 101

Mothers Bringing Infants and Children to Milk Station, Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 102

Mother Placing her Baby into Coach, Outside Well-Baby Station, 1920.

7 103

Mother Holding Baby Talking with Another Parent Outside Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 104

Mothers and Children Leaving Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 105

Mother Standing with Baby Outside Entrance of Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 106

Three Babies, One on Its Side, One Crying, and One Taking Its Bottle, 1920.

7 107

Three Small Girls Sitting on Steps Outdoors, 1920.

7 108

Two Young School Age Girls Standing Outside Building, 1920.

7 109

Mothers and Babies in waiting Area of Well Baby Station, 1940.

7 110

Mothers and Babies Waiting for Nurse to Weigh Their Baby, 1940.

7 111

Visiting Nurse Instructing Mothers on Child Care, 1940.

7 112A-B

Visiting Nurse Weighing Baby and Another Person Recording, 1940.

7 113

Visiting Nurse Weighing Baby, Mother and Another Nurse Observing, 1940.

7 114

Dr. Diamond examining Infant's Ear, 1940.

7 115

Dr. Diamond Examining Infant's Chest, 1940.

7 116

Dr. Diamond giving Infant an Injection, 1940.

7 117

Children Standing Beside the Muhlenberg Hospital Ambulance Vehicle, 1920.

7 118

Five Children Standing Beside Muhlenberg Hospital Ambulance Vehicle, 1920.

7 119

Group of Parents and Children Standing Beside bus, 1920.

7 120

Small Child Sitting in Decorated Wagon with American Flag Outside Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 121

Baby Sitting in Decorated Baby Coach Outside Well Baby Station, 1920.

7 122

Home Care.

Box Photo

Lizzie Gordon, Home Health Aide, Catherine Cooke, R.N., Patient Emma Moore, Age 107, 1970.

7 123

Lizzie Gordon, HHA, Catherine Cooke, R.N. Assisting Emma Moore to Walk, 1970.

7 124

Staff Personnel.

Box Photo

Two Nurses in Military Outfits, 1918.

7 125

Jenny Bergman, R.N. Cranking up the Model T Ford, 1920.

7 126

Visiting Nurses Standing Outdoors, 1930.

7 127

Two Visiting Nurses Standing Outdoors, 1930.

7 128

Associate Female Standing and Holding Two Containers, undated.

7 129

Staff Member Leaving Headquarters, 1980.

7 130

Visiting Nurses Sitting at Desks Recording patient Treatment or Care Plans, 1970.

7 131

Visiting Nurse Sitting at Desk Recording Patient Treatment or Care Plan, 1970.

7 132

Group Conference with Supervisor, 1970.

7 133

Supervisor Sitting at Desk, 1970s.

7 134

Community or Agencies Conferences or Meetings.

Box Photo

Two Individuals A Male and Female Participants at a Conference, 1980.

7 135

Three Individuals, All Female, Participants at a Conference, 1980.

7 136

Three Female Individuals Conversing at a Conference.

7 137

Two Female Individuals, Picking up Their Conference Name Tags, 1980.

7 138

Three Female Individuals, Participants at a Conference, 1980.

7 139

Luncheon Meeting, Three Female and One Male Who is Looking at VNA Brochure, Seated at a Table, 1980.

7 140

Luncheon Meeting - Two Females Seated at a Table, 1980.

7 141

Luncheon Meeting, One Male Holding Brochure, Seated at a Table, 1980.

7 142

Luncheon Meeting, Two Male Individuals Applauding Seated at a Table, 1980.

7 143

Luncheon Meeting, Group of Six Females and One Male Conversing and Seated at a Table, 1980.

7 144

Luncheon Meeting, Two Females and Two Males Conversing and Seated at a Table Near a Window, 1980.

7 145

Luncheon Meeting, A Group of Eight Females Seated Around the Table, 1980.

7 146

Luncheon Meeting, Group of four Females Seated at Table Conversing and Looking at a Brochure, 1980.

7 147

Luncheon Meeting, Group of four Females Seated at a Table Near a Window Posing for the Picture, 1980.

7 148

Luncheon Meeting, Group of Six Females (Two Standing) and One Male Seated at Table and conversing, 1980.

7 149

Headquarters.

Box Photo

Frontview, undated.

7 150

View of Attachment of Headquarters, undated.

7 151

Frontview with a Female Standing by Open door and Mother Pushing a Baby-Coach up the Walkway, undated.

7 152

Agency's Car Decorated for Community Parade, 1950.

7 153

Five Agency Cars Parked at Headquarters, 1980.

7 154

Office Computer, Sitting on Table, undated.

7 155

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