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1945 Medical Technology Students in Chemistry Lab
1945 Medical Technology Students in Chemistry Lab
Medical technology students from the The College of St. Scholastica are shown working in chemistry lab. in Tower Hall. Pictured left to right in the front row are Dorothy Johnson and Catherine Arens. Pictured left to right in the middle row are Frances Muehlbaum, Joan Wakefield, Marjorie Reed, Adrie Langdon, Lois Blechel, Ruth Ball, Joanne Loucks, Florence Baxter, Ruth Ristan, Fern Sortedahl, and Annabel Krispen. Pictured left to right in the back row are Lorna Row Claire Strang, Geraldine Kurtz, Frances Lobaca, Audree Thomas, and Carol Ecklin.
1946 Nursing Graduates Class of 1946 in Front of St. Mary's School of Nursing Building
1946 Nursing Graduates Class of 1946 in Front of St. Mary's School of Nursing Building
Fifteen female nursing students comprising the class of 1946 from The College of St. Scholastica are shown posing in front of St. Mary's School of Nursing building. Pictured left to right are Anna Rose Faith, Virginia Bugle, Ruth Yadloshy, Henrietta Thousn Niemi, Dorthy Cline, Shirley Shea, Helen Maki, Lavern Halamik, Eileen Hoffbauss, Mary Pricco, Joan Franzen, Maureen Kaysen, Marge Larson, and Helen Tarnowski.
1950s Medical Records Students at St. Mary's Hospital
1950s Medical Records Students at St. Mary's Hospital
Eight medical records students from the The College of St. Scholastica are shown filing, typing, talking on the telephone, and recording at a clinical experience at St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth, MN.
1950s Nursing Student Caring for a Young Boy in a Clinical Experience
1950s Nursing Student Caring for a Young Boy in a Clinical Experience
A nursing student from The College of St. Scholastica is shown caring for a young boy in a clinical experience.
1950s Students Working in Language Lab
1950s Students Working in Language Lab
Three female students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown participating in a language lab. in Tower Hall.
1954 Nursing Students in Chemistry Lab
1954 Nursing Students in Chemistry Lab
Nursing students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown working in chemistry lab. in Tower Hall.
1954 Nursing Students' Capping Ceremony
1954 Nursing Students' Capping Ceremony
Nursing students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown participating in a capping ceremony. Sister Rita Marie Bergeron is capping a nursing student with Beverley St. John and Rose Marie Franklin to the left and to the right.
1955 Biology Lab
1955 Biology Lab
Female students are working at their tables with petri trays and other dissection equipment as part of their biology lab. This lab was located in the 600 wing of the fourth floor of Tower Hall.
1955 Nursing Students' Capping Ceremony
1955 Nursing Students' Capping Ceremony
Nursing students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown participating in a capping ceremony in the Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel. Pictured left to right are Father Popish, Jean Ann Ross, Carol LaRome, Sister Rita Marie Bergeron, Jean Michela, and Mary Margaret Reisenger.
1956 Nursing Students Planning the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball
1956 Nursing Students Planning the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball
Nursing students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown planning the 1956 Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball. It was held on February 3, 1956 at the Spalding Hotel Ballroom in Duluth, MN with music by The Vagabonds.
1956 Nursing Students at the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball
1956 Nursing Students at the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball
Students from The College of St. Scholastica and their dates all dressed in formal attire attend the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball. This event took place at the Spalding Hotel in Duluth, MN with music by The Vagabonds.
1956 Nursing Students at the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball
1956 Nursing Students at the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball
Students from The College of St. Scholastica and their dates all dressed in formal attire attend the Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball. This event took place at the Spalding Hotel in Duluth, MN with music by The Vagabonds.

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