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Life Magazine cover, May 26, 1941; 2nd Lt. Catherine Hines, RN, US Army Nurse Corps, shown leaving her barracks room in the morning, ready for breakfast, then ward duty. The big buildup in enlistment​ of thousands more military nurses hadn't happened yet, but there were still stories to tell, and thousands of new nurses to train, as many saw America's pending involvement in the War a foregone conclusion.

Vintage nurse postcards!

Vintage nurse postcards! | Scrubs – The Leading Lifestyle Nursing Magazine Featuring Inspirational and Informational Nursing Articles

Photograph from WWII of Mary Ann Toepfer, a member of the United States Navy Nurse Corps. (Oshkosh Public Museum)

Nurse and hydrocephalic child, by Lord Snowdon. A medical condition in which there is an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the ventricles, or cavities, of the brain.