Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 6 pairs of navy socks, 2 pairs of navy mitts, 9 helmets, 5 tuck-ins, and 5 pairs of seamen's stockings.
Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 2 scarves, 20 helmets, 7 pairs of mitts, 1 pair of seamen's stockings, and 6 decks of cards.
Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 3 scarves, 5 pairs of socks, 7 helmets, 10 pairs of mitts.
Letter from Harry N. Barry to all contributors and helpers to the Navy Knitters. They have discontinued their operations giving way to the Red Cross Society, and the Overseas Parcels League - British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary which are doing similar projects.
Three ring binder with plastic pages filled with scrapbook pages. Appears that the orginal scrapbook was taken apart and placed in the plastic sleeves. Filled with newspaper clippings, correspondence, cards, programmes, and photographs covering Grace Bolton's history with the Wellesley, the history of the Nursing school, the Hospital, and the Alumnae activities during World War II and beyond. Scrapbook is not completely in order - First several pages are out of order followed by pages starting in 1933, when Grace Bolton graduated from the Wellesley. The pages are in order by year after this until the end when there was a single plastic sleeve filled with many items place together. Starting with letter from the Suntrap Residential School in the United Kingdom, these items have each been given their own sleeve. The majority of the pages are double sided - with items on both sides of the page.
Invitation for Grace Bolton from Dr. Herbert and Mrs. Bruce to a reception at Government House in Toronto in honour of the members of the Wellesley Hospital Alumnae Association on the occasion of the Hospital's 25th anniversary. Dr. Bruce was the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario at this period. Underneath the invitation is a newsclipping about the reception. Both are glued to a piece of cardstock. The items that were taped to the back side of this page is blank.
Front of page has newspaper clippings about Alumnae Association activities and the election of the new President - Kathleen Layton. Back of page has newspaper clippings about anniversary reception at Chorley Park with the Lieutenant Governor, and a small clipping about a Class of 1930 reunion.
Front of page has a reprinted newspaper photograph of the opening of The Wellesley Hospital in 1912. Date at top of page written in pen is incorrect. Glued to bottom of page is a short history of the beginnings of Welllesley. Back of the page has four news clippings entitled "My Patient".
Front page has a photograph of the front entrance to Homewood - The Wellesley Hospital. Back of page has photographs of the Hospital, and the Nurses' residence taken from an unidentified publication. There is also a loose photocopied image of the front entrance to the Wellesley Hospital.
Front and back of page contains items clipped from the 1937 Hospital anniversary booklet. Included are a photograph of hte graduating class of 1916, a plaque in memory of Elisabeth Flaws, the school's first superintendent, and a picture of the front entrance of the hospital. Clippings are not adhered to any paper.
Front of page has printed image of the Toronto General Hospital and the nurses' dining room. Also included is a listing of courses offered, by year, by the Toronto General's School of Nursing. Back of page has a picture of the painting of His Hon. Lt.-Gov. Herbert Alexander Bruce by Richard Jack, R.A.
Front of page has a picture of the portrait of Mrs. Herbert Alexander Bruce (Angela Hall) by painter Richard Jack, R.A. Back of page has a postcard showing Government House (residence of the Lieutenant Governor). Below this is a newspaper clipping of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce.
Front of page has a drawing of the Wellesley Hospital Crest and motto "Jamais sans esperance". Taped to it is a letter to Grace Bolton congratulating her on going into Nursing. Back of page has a clipping that appears to be an Alumnae association update from Oct. 1, 1953. Below it is a photo of the hospital opening and one of Elisabeth Flaws, school superintendent 1912-1926.
Front of page is an October 1975 reprint in "The Wellesley World", a magazine put out by the Wellesley Hospital, of the Class of 1915 graduating class. Middle and Back of page contain character reference letters for Grace Bolton,
Front of page has list of Wellesley Class of 1933 graduates and where they were from and a rolled piece of paper with a blue and white ribbon wrapped around it. Grace Bolton's name is written on it. The bottom of the page has a newsclipping about convalescents. Back of page has invitations for a graduation tea at Government House, and for the graduation ceremony.
Front of page has a picture of a nurse holding a baby with "So That's It" as a caption. Underneath this are two roses dried roses in plastic taped to paper from Grace Bolton's graduation bouquet. Back of page has two cards.
Front of page has newsclipping about the reunion dinner, a typewritten toast to active nurses and a name badge made up of blue ribbon attached to a King George VI gold metal coronation jubilee pin. Pin is two gold joined gold circles containing images of King George IV and Queen Elizabeth. Back of page has news clippings about graduation and dances.
Front of the page has a programme for the 15th annual meeting of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. Beside this is a newsclipping about the meeting. Back of the page has a menu, featuring a photograph of the War Memorial in Ottawa, for the R.N.A.O dinner. The bottom of that page has more newsclippings. Also in this sleeve is a Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Annual Meeting ribbon attached to a pin, and a scrap of brown paper with illegible writing on it. Found in between pages 27 and 28 - ribbon relates to materials on front of page.
Front of the page has news stories about Canadian Nurses serving in World War II including Harriett Pangman, Wellesley class of 1938. Back of the page is newsclippings about two doctors and others. Also attached to the page is a tag for the Congress of the International Council of Nurses in Atlantic City, 1947.
Front and back of page have newspaper wedding announcements for Wellesley graduates - Mary McClinchey, Gladys Turnbull, Frances Page, Dorothea Boyd, Dorothy Couper, Mary Elizabeth Stanton, and Catherine Smith. Also loose in the sleeve are two typewritten poems one for Dorothea Boyd and the other for Maebella Boag, written about their impending marriages.
Front and back of page have newspaper wedding announcements for Wellesley graduates. Included are announcements for Alison Meen, Barbara Fennell, Mary Stanton, Margaret Falconer, Beatrice Feild, Aileen Steele, and Helen Wilson.
Front of the page has news clippings about Dr. D. E. Robertson, chief surgeon at Sick Children's Hospital, and about Constance Tavener (class of 1930) winning the Royal Red Cross for service during WWII. Also on the front is a typewritten letter from Guy's Hospital in London thanking the Alumnae Association for sending ditty bags. Back of the page had clippings about The Wellesley Hospital Alumnae Association and one about Nursing Sister Beatrice Roberts (class of 1932).
Front of the page has newsclippings from the Friday April 18 edition of the Niagara Falls Evening Review about the 16th annual Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario convention. Back of the page has newsclippings about The Wellesley Alumnae Association's contributions to various War charities.
Front of the page has a newsclipping showing 3 nurses from Canadian General Hospital in Taplow England, Wellesley class of 1938 graduate Harriette Pangman. Bottom of the page has an invitation to the graduation exercises for the Nursing School. Back of the page has the Toronto Telegram newspaper photograph for the Wellesley Class of 1940.
Front and back of page have newspaper clippings, a programme, and a delegate ribbon (pinned to front of programme) from the 16th Annual Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario convention April 16-18, 1941 at the General Brock Hotel in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Front and back of page contain newspaper clippings about Wellesley Nursing graduates, and others, serving overseas in South Africa and other areas. Photographs of the nurses are included: Constance Cuthbert, Enid Moore, Constance Tavener, Harriet Pangman, Jean Harris, Agnes McElheran, and Jane Whyte.
Front of page has articles about the 15th annual meeting of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario in Ottawa. The back of the page has articles about the Wellesley Alumnae's contribution to the war effort through the Red Cross and through knitting projects for evacuated children, and men serving overseas.
Front of the page has articles about Wellesley graduation exercises, including photographs of prize winners and a complete list of graduates names. Back of the page has article and photograph showing Mrs. Dorothy Anderson (nee Price), class of 1937, with her son David Malcolm and her husband Squadron leader Norman Anderson. Also has another article about Hollywood director Michael Curtiz and has a picture of airline hostess Eden Belden, class of 1936.
Front of page has articles about the Wellesley Alumnae annual meeting, including information on their contributions to the war effort and that 11 Wellesley grads were serving overseas. Back of the page has clippings and photographs of Alumnae Association members Grace Bolton, Mary Stanton, and Dorothy Powers, as well as information about the association donations to the war effort. There is an article and photograph of class of 1936 graduate Flt. Lt. M. Montgomery.
Front of page has programme and name tag for the annual meeting of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario in Toronto. Also on the page are clippings about Wellesley alumnus Edna Belden, class of 1936, serving overseas with the Royal Canadian Navy. She received medal Associate Royal Red Cross for her actions during a hospital fire in St. John's Newfoundland. Back of the page has more more articles about her, along with a story about Alumnus Rae Adams, class of 1930, being injured while serving in Sicily, and a story about Constance Tavener, class of 1930, serving overseas as well.
Front of page has a menu and a newspaper clipping from the 16th annual meeting of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario in Niagara Falls. Back of the page has an invitation and a programme from the Friday June 20, 1941 graduation exercises of the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing.
Front of page has a thank you card for Grace Bolton from the Alumnae Executive, articles about the January 1942 annual Alumnae meeting where executive were appointed, Elsie K. Jones spoke about air-raid precaution and defense, and other orders of business. Back of page has a program from the June 12, 1942 Nursing school graduation, and also articles about Wellesley nurses joining services and other alumnae news.
Front of page has news clipping about Nurses receiving awards at the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing graduation ceremony. Back of page has a program from the June 18, 1943 Nursing school graduation, and also articles Wellesley Hospital expansion.
Front of page has clippings about the Wellesley Class of 1942 prize winners, including photos; a clipping about the Navy knitting organization which the Alumnae contributed to; and an article about the annual alumnae meeting. Back of page has clippings about: the election of alumnae executive; alumnae meetings; Nursing sister Wilma Howes joining the Navy; Nursing sister Joan Mecredy overseas; and death of Wellesley Hospital surgical supervisor Jane Ruth McAffee.
Front of page has photograph and list of names for the Wellesley class of 1943. Also an article about the shipping of knitted articles by the Navy Knitters. Back of page has an article about the changing of the Wellesley Hospital from a private hospital to a public hospital.
Front of the page has a 30th Graduation programme for Wellesley - June 16th, 1944 and various news clippings about alumnae dinners, Hospital expansion, and a photo of former Wellesley employee Jean Keefe overseas with R.C.A.M.C. Back of the page has news clippings about Wellesley's new board of directors, an architectural rendering of the new hospital, and a tea held by the Wellesley Alumnae in honour of Nursing Sister Constance Tavener, class of 1930.
Folder contains two photographs - one of school children in Manchester, England and the other of the school staff with a cake. Folder also contains three letters concerning the Alumnae Associations aid of children in England, and one from the Matron's Office of Guy's Hospital in London.
Front of page has newspaper article about the new Wellesley Hospital Wing and about an Alumnae Association film night to help fund the build. Back of the page has as graduation program for the Class of 1945 ceremony on June 15, 1945. It also has another newspaper article about the beginning of construction on the new hospital wing.
Front of page has newspaper clippings about the election of new officers by the Alumnae Association and other activities sponsered by them. Attached to the page is a blue and silve metal pin with "ICN Atlantic City 1947" - the note above says "Attended first international Nurses Covention after World War II in Atlantic City, May 1947".In the sleeve, but not attached, is a white piece of paper with a typewritten poem about Nurses. The back of the page has newspaper paper photographs of Wellesley award winners and an article on the new hospital wing.
Front of page has Graduation program from the June 14, 1946 Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing ceremony and an article about some of the graduates. The back of the page has an article about the Hospital's new wing, and the Annual Wellesley Alumnae Fall Frolic. Also in the folder is a flyer about the fall frolic.
Front of page has article about hospital expansion in Canada and a program from the June 12th, 1947 graduation ceremony. Back of the page has articles about the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario, the proposed new wing for Wellesley Hospital, a portrait unveiling of Dr. Herbert Bruce, and a hospital valentine bake sale.
Front of page has a program from the 1949 graduation ceremony held June 9, 1949 and an article about an Alumnae bazaar. Back of the page has a speech by Grace Bolton about Alumnae Association activities and an article about a new residence for Wellesley nursing students.
Front of page has a news article about Wellesley's "last" Nursing graduates and other articles about alumnae events and Wellesley construction. Back of the page has articles about prize winning nursing graduates, and hospital expansion.
Front of page has a news articles about Wellesley amalgamation with Toronto General Hospital. Back of the page has a graduation program for the Friday June 11, 1948 ceremony and news articles about Alumnae business.
Front of page has news articles about the opening of the new Nurses residences, and the Alumnae association's work in the hospital and overseas. Back of the page has an article about new women's uniforms for the Royal Canadian Navy, and an article about the opening of the convalescent home at Eaton Hall on what is now Seneca College's King Campus.
Front of page has a news article about the cornerstone laying for Wellesley Nursing residence and a clipping about the tea for Elsie K. Jones' 25th anniversary tea. Back of the page has an article about the demolition of the Homewood building of the Wellesley Hospital and the old Nurses' residence.
Front of page has newspaper wedding announcements about Wellesley Nursing alumnae and two photographs. One of a Dutch Nurse and her husband who the Wellesley Alumnae sent packages of clothing to during WWII and the other of the cake made at a nursery school in England from the fruit and sugar sent to them by the Wellesley Alumnae. Back of the page has articles about Alumnae events, graduation with Class of 1915 graduate Clarissa MacNeill handing out diplomas, and a retiring lab technician from Wellesley Hospital.
Front of the page has a newspaper photograph of the Class of 1958 forming a "W" and a clipping about an Alumnae Dinner. Back of the page had numerous different articles and clippings including information on graduation, Alumnae events, and the deconstruction of the Homewood building.
Two loose newspaper articles. The first is about Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing's last graduation in 1973 (although the last official class graduated in 1975). The second article is about Firehall Restaurant.
Front of page has news articles about the C. N. E.'s baby competition and a photograph of three people indicated as former patients. Back of the page has notes and cards from former patient's of Grace Bolton.
Two graduation programmes from the Wellesley School of Nursing, Toronto General Hospital ceremonies. One is from the Tuesday May 25, 1955 ceremony and the other from the Thursday May 29, 1958 ceremony.
Report about the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association's care package boxes sent to Nursery School's in England. Items in boxes include clothes, toys, food, and quilts. Also included is an accounting of the Wellesley Hospital Alumnae War Charity Fund as of March 1, 1948.
The 50th anniversary of the Wellesley Hospital celebrations were held June 6-8, 1962. Events included a garden party at Casa Loma, the School of Nursing's graduation ceremony, tours of the hospital and residence, and a dinner at the Royal York Hotel. Souvenir booklet includes a history of the hospital and names and addresses of Nursing School graduates by class.
The 60th anniversary of the Wellesley Hospital celebrations were held September 6-8, 1972. Events included a tour of the Hospital and garden party on the grounds, the School of Nursing's graduation ceremony, and dinner at the Royal York Hotel. Souvenir booklet includes a history of the hospital and names and addresses of Nursing School graduates by class.
Brown vinyl covered photograph album with self stick pages. Photographs include those about the opening of the hospital, the building, Nurses, and several from the 60th Anniversary of the Hospital and the visit by the Duke and Duchess of Wellington for the anniversary.