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Background imageNurse Collection: Girl playing Nurse

Girl playing Nurse
A young girl in her nurses outfit, tends to her teddys injuries with copious bandaging, whilst a pet cat watches on. She seems to be getting her medical knowledge from the First Aid manual in her

Background imageNurse Collection: Mary Seacole

Mary Seacole
Mary Jane Seacole (1805-1881), Jamaican born British Crimean War nurse, portrait. Also known as Mother Seacole

Background imageNurse Collection: The Lady With The Lamp Florence Nightingale

The Lady With The Lamp Florence Nightingale
A colour illustration from the 1890s depicting Florence Nightingale, English nurse and hospital reformer (1820-1910) at the barracks hospital, Scutari, in 1854 during the Crimean War

Background imageNurse Collection: Middlesex Hospital entrance, Mortimer Street, London

Middlesex Hospital entrance, Mortimer Street, London
Middlesex Hospital main entrance hall, Mortimer Street, London. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageNurse Collection: WW1 silhouettes, wounded soldiers and medical care

WW1 silhouettes, wounded soldiers and medical care
Silhouettes of wounded soldiers and medical care during the First World War. From the top: stretcher bearers, a field ambulance, the casualty clearing station, a train taking men off to the base

Background imageNurse Collection: Whipps Cross Infirmary, Leytonstone, East London

Whipps Cross Infirmary, Leytonstone, East London -- front entrance. Date: circa 1910

Background imageNurse Collection: Red Cross nurse

Red Cross nurse
On Service. Portrait of a Red Cross nurse from World War I Date: 1916

Background imageNurse Collection: St Bartholomews Hospital courtyard, London

St Bartholomews Hospital courtyard, London, with patients resting in the open air. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageNurse Collection: Princess Sophia Duleep Singh

Princess Sophia Duleep Singh (1876 - 1948), daughter of Maharajah Duleep Singh and his first wife, Bamba Muller. She was a prominent suffragette and leader of the Womens Tax Resistance League

Background imageNurse Collection: Mrs Congreve, wife of a VC and mother of a VC

Mrs Congreve, wife of a VC and mother of a VC
Mrs Congreve, wife of General Sir Walter Norris Congreve, VC and mother of Major Congreve. The latter was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions at at Longueval, France

Background imageNurse Collection: The Rules of Life by H. M. Bateman

The Rules of Life by H. M. Bateman
A baby in a highchair is presented with a long list of rules for life by a queue of influential people including his nurse, his parents, teacher, police officer, judge and vicar. Date: 1930

Background imageNurse Collection: Mary Seacole (Punch)

Mary Seacole (Punch)
MARY SEACOLE nurse during the Crimea War

Background imageNurse Collection: Barnardos Girls Village Home, Barkingside, Essex

Barnardos Girls Village Home, Barkingside, Essex
A general view of the childrens cottages at Barnardos Girls Village Home, Barkingside, Essex. Girls sit on benches while a nurse pushes a pram. Date: early 1900s

Background imageNurse Collection: The Duchess of Portland

The Duchess of Portland photographed for the front cover of The Tatler looking very serene and practical in a nurses uniform

Background imageNurse Collection: Patons knitting wools advertisement, WW1 comforts

Patons knitting wools advertisement, WW1 comforts
Advertisement for Patons Alloa knitting wools during the First World War featuring a Red Cross nurse busy knitting and the words, Every Woman Can Help. Date: c.1915

Background imageNurse Collection: Lascelles / Mary / Ww1 Nurse

Lascelles / Mary / Ww1 Nurse
PRINCESS MARY later VISCOUNTESS LASCELLES as a nurse during the First World War, photographed at Buckingham Palace

Background imageNurse Collection: Angelic Nurse

Angelic Nurse
Portrait photograph of a rather angelic nurse with a serene face

Background imageNurse Collection: Dickens / M. Chuzzlewit

Dickens / M. Chuzzlewit
The Life & Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Sarah (Sairey) Gamp, midwife, nurse and layer out of the dead, wearing an apron and a bonnet

Background imageNurse Collection: Nightingale / Cole / Century

Nightingale / Cole / Century
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE Nurse, hospital reformer and philanthropist

Background imageNurse Collection: Nightingale / Keene, Derby

Nightingale / Keene, Derby
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE nurse, hospital reformer, philanthropist : after her return from the Crimea

Background imageNurse Collection: Advertisement for Bovril

Advertisement for Bovril - nurses must use Bovril in place of beef tea as it is infinitely more nourishing. Date: late 19th century

Background imageNurse Collection: Ufos / Cowichan / Kendall

Ufos / Cowichan / Kendall
In a hospital at Cowichan, Vancouver Island, Canada, nurse Doreen Kendall draws back the curtains and sees this hovering UFO with occupants

Background imageNurse Collection: Advert, The Riviera Baby Carriage

Advert, The Riviera Baby Carriage, Great Portland Street, London Date: 1910

Background imageNurse Collection: Evacuee children in gas masks near Windsor, 1941

Evacuee children in gas masks near Windsor, 1941
London babies find peace in the country: a nurse walks evacuated children in gas masks across a playground, to accustom them to the wearing of gas masks. LCC Residential School near Windsor

Background imageNurse Collection: Mrs A. E. Grant (Bettine Stuart-Wortley) as a nurse, WW1

Mrs A. E. Grant (Bettine Stuart-Wortley) as a nurse, WW1
Mrs A. E. Grant, the former Bettine Stuart-Wortley, pictured around the time of her marriage in nursing uniform as she was doing war work at a hospital in Cavendish Square, London

Background imageNurse Collection: Florence Nightingale - Pioneer of Nursing Techniques

Florence Nightingale - Pioneer of Nursing Techniques
Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) - celebrated English social reformer and statistician, and the founder of modern nursing

Background imageNurse Collection: Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1

Lady Stradbroke, nursing matron at Henham Hall, WW1
Lady Stradbroke, formerly Helena Fraser and wife of George Rous, 3rd Earl of Stradbroke, pictured with three nurses at the family home of Henham Hall in Suffolk

Background imageNurse Collection: WWI - Wounded soldier in the arms of his nurse

WWI - Wounded soldier in the arms of his nurse
WWI - Wounded soldier (who has lost his arm) in the arms of his nurse - Comrades in Arms. Date: circa 1917

Background imageNurse Collection: Union Workhouse, Thame, Oxfordshire

Union Workhouse, Thame, Oxfordshire
A view of the Thame Union workhouse from one of its internal yards with the workhouse chapel in the background. Posed for the photographer are what appear to be the workhouse master (standing)

Background imageNurse Collection: No. 2 (Battle) War Hospital, Reading, Berkshire

No. 2 (Battle) War Hospital, Reading, Berkshire
Staff and patients in Ward A13 at the No. 2 War Hospital, Reading, Berkshire - the First World War deployment of Battle School, Cranbury Road, Reading

Background imageNurse Collection: Male inmates at Cardiff Union Workhouse, Glamorgan

Male inmates at Cardiff Union Workhouse, Glamorgan
A group of elderly male inmates, accompanied by a nurse, at the Cardiff Union workhouse located on Cowbridge Road, Cardiff

Background imageNurse Collection: Childrens Ward, Fountain Mental Hospital, Tooting, Surrey

Childrens Ward, Fountain Mental Hospital, Tooting, Surrey
Children in cots and nurses in a ward of the Fountain Hospital at Tooting in Surrey (now South London). The hospital was opened in 1893 as a fever hospital by the Metropolitan Asylums Board

Background imageNurse Collection: Nightingale / Scutari / Ward

Nightingale / Scutari / Ward
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE At Scutari in the Crimea, checking on patients during the night

Background imageNurse Collection: Princess Beatrice Ward, Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel

Princess Beatrice Ward, Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel
The Princess Beatrice Ward (for Children), The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel Date: circa 1906

Background imageNurse Collection: Zena Dare as a nurse, WW1

Zena Dare as a nurse, WW1
Mrs Maurice Brett, formerly the theatre and music hall star, Zena Dare pictured in her uniform as a nurse working in France during the First World War. She married the Hon

Background imageNurse Collection: Mrs Mabel St Clair Stobart

Mrs Mabel St Clair Stobart, pictured on horseback on the front cover of The Tatler. Mrs Mabel St Clair Stobart, was founder of the Womens Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps (1912)

Background imageNurse Collection: Mrs Sarah Gamp, character in Martin Chuzzlewit

Mrs Sarah Gamp, character in Martin Chuzzlewit
Mrs Sarah Gamp, character in the novel Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-1844) by Charles Dickens Date: 19th century

Background imageNurse Collection: Schooner C & F Nurse in Poole Harbour

Schooner C & F Nurse in Poole Harbour
Schooner C & F Nurse (right), a coast hopper, in Poole Harbour, Dorset. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageNurse Collection: WW1 poster, Red Cross recruitment

WW1 poster, Red Cross recruitment
Poster, Red Cross recruitment -- Join! The Greatest Mother. circa 1918

Background imageNurse Collection: Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland returns from the front, WW1

Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland returns from the front, WW1
Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland, pictured at the Hague with her party of nurses after they had returned from the heavily bombarded town of Namur where they had set up a hospital

Background imageNurse Collection: Sister and patient, Convalescent Police Seaside Home, Hove

Sister and patient, Convalescent Police Seaside Home, Hove
A nursing sister and her patient in the surgery of the Convalescent Police Seaside Home at 205 Kingsway, Hove, East Sussex

Background imageNurse Collection: Our Soldiers: how they are Made and Mended

Our Soldiers: how they are Made and Mended
A series of intricate images by silhouette artist, H. L. Oakley showing scenes on the Western Front in a mounted regiment followed by the transportation of an injured officer to hospital

Background imageNurse Collection: Lady Willoughby de Broke in a nurses uniform

Lady Willoughby de Broke in a nurses uniform
Tatler front cover, caption reads Warwick Hospital is the scene of Lady Willoughby de Brokes nursing activities. She is President of the Warwickshire War Supply Services

Background imageNurse Collection: Allenburys Nurse

Allenburys Nurse
Advertisement for Allenburys Diet for Invalids featuring a serene looking nurse sitting by a patients bedside knitting. A teapot, containing, presumably, some Allenburys concoction

Background imageNurse Collection: Dame Ethel Becher / Stamp

Dame Ethel Becher / Stamp
Dame ETHEL HOPE BECHER, Matron in Chief of the Queen Alexandras Imperial Military Nursing Service (QAIMNS) between 1910 & 191"

Background imageNurse Collection: Rene-Theophile-Hyacinthe Laennec, French physician

Rene-Theophile-Hyacinthe Laennec, French physician
Rene Theophile Hyacinthe Laennec, French physician, inventor of the stethoscope in 1816 at the Hopital Necker in Paris, where he was working at the time. Seen here using a stethoscope on a patient

Background imageNurse Collection: Nurse in British Red Cross uniform

Nurse in British Red Cross uniform
The British Red Cross regulation uniform for trained nurses. Date: 1914

Background imageNurse Collection: The Duchess of Westminster, WW1

The Duchess of Westminster, WW1
Constance Edwina (n饠 Cornwallis West), Duchess of Westminster (later Mrs James Fitzpatrick Lewes) (died 1970), First wife of 2nd Duke of Westminster. Known as Shelagh



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