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Dorothy Gogan

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  • In 1928, nurses who had served in WWI conducted a campaign to raise $350 for a nurse's window as part of the Canadian Memorial Church's "Memorial to Peace". This uniform became obsolete with the unification of the three branches of military service.

    In 1928, nurses who had served in WWI conducted a campaign to raise $350 for a nurse's window as part of the Canadian Memorial Church's "Memorial to Peace". This uniform became obsolete with the unification of the three branches of military service.
  • The Nursing Sisters' of Canada 34th bi-centennial convention in P.E.I., 1998. This was the second last convention of the association.

    The Nursing Sisters' of Canada 34th bi-centennial convention in P.E.I., 1998. This was the second last convention of the association.
  • Over eight thousand Canadian women have served with the Nursing Sisters' Association through the conflicts of the last century. No. 10 General Hospital, RCAMC are shown here landing at Arromanches, France, July 1944.

    Over eight thousand Canadian women have served with the Nursing Sisters' Association through the conflicts of the last century. No. 10 General Hospital, RCAMC are shown here landing at Arromanches, France, July 1944.
  • Stained glass window at the Deer Lodge Centre Chapel, Winnipeg, Manitoba. This piece was dedicated to the Nursing Sisters of Winnipeg, November 10, 1991.

    Stained glass window at the Deer Lodge Centre Chapel, Winnipeg, Manitoba. This piece was dedicated to the Nursing Sisters of Winnipeg, November 10, 1991.
  • Copy of the menu from the Overseas Nurses' Re-Union Dinner at the Chateau Laurier, Ottawa. August 24, 1926.

    Copy of the menu from the Overseas Nurses' Re-Union Dinner at the Chateau Laurier, Ottawa. August 24, 1926.
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