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Collection Number: 05117-z

Collection Title: Margaret Ida Neville Stafford Papers, 1911-1918, 2003

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Abstract Margaret Ida Neville Stafford (1884-1969) worked as a private duty registered nurse around Burlington, N.C. A day book records her nursing assignments, 1915-1918. Each entry includes the patient's name, medical diagnosis and outcome, attending physician, the amount of time that Stafford spent caring for the patient, and her fee. A brief biographical sketch and family history of Margaret Ida Neville Stafford that was written in 2003 by Frances A. Campbell, Stafford's great-niece, is also included. The Addition of 2017 consists of a graduation announcement for Nurse Training School of The Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1911, presumably once belonging to Margaret Ida Neville Stafford.
Creator Stafford, Margaret Ida Neville, 1884-1969.
Language English.
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Margaret Ida Neville Stafford Papers #5117-z, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from Frances A. Campbell of Chapel Hill, N.C., in February 2003 (Acc. 99427) and August 2017 (Acc. 103130).
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Margaret Ida Neville Stafford was born in Orange County, N.C., in 1884. After receiving a nursing degree from the Women's Medical College in Philadelphia, Pa., she was employed around Burlington, N.C., as a private duty registered nurse. She married John Everett Stafford, a widower with children, at some point in the 1920s and subsequently stopped working as a nurse. She died in 1969.

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The collection includes a day book recording the nursing assignments, 1915-1918, of Margaret Ida Neville Stafford, who worked as a private duty registered nurse around Burlington, N.C. Each entry includes the patient's name, medical diagnosis and outcome, attending physician, the amount of time that Stafford spent caring for the patient, and her fee.

A brief biographical sketch and family history of Margaret Ida Neville Stafford that was written in 2003 by Frances A. Campbell, Stafford's great-niece, is also included.

The Addition of 2017 consists of an announcement for commencement exercises for the Nurse Training School of The Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1911, presumably once belonging to Margaret Ida Neville Stafford.

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Day book recording the nursing assignments, 1915-1918, of Margaret Ida Neville Stafford, who worked as a private duty registered nurse around Burlington, N.C. Each entry includes the patient's name, medical diagnosis and outcome, attending physician, the amount of time that Stafford spent caring for the patient, and her fee.

A brief biographical sketch and family history of Margaret Ida Neville Stafford that was written in 2003 by Frances A. Campbell, Stafford's great-niece, is also included.

The Addition of 2017 consists of an announcement for commencement exercises for the Nurse Training School of The Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1911, presumably once belonging to Margaret Ida Neville Stafford.

Folder 1

Registered Nurse's Day Book, 1915-1918 #05117-z, Series: "Papers, 1911-1918, 2003." Folder 1

Folder 2

Biographical sketch and family history, 2003 #05117-z, Series: "Papers, 1911-1918, 2003." Folder 2

Folder 3

Announcement for commencement exercises, Nurse Training School of The Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia (Addition of 2017 (Acc. 103130)), 1911 #05117-z, Series: "Papers, 1911-1918, 2003." Folder 3

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