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The Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association fonds Jones, Elsie K.
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Sod turning for Nurses' residence

Photograph taken at the sod turning ceremony for the new nurses' residence. In the photograph are Dr. Herbert Bruce, Hospital founder; Nurse Patricia James, Presiden of the Student Nurses' Association; Elsie K. Jones, Director of Nursing; Hiram McCallum, Toronto mayor; and Norman C. Urquhart, Chairman of the Board of Toronto General Hospital. Photograph was published in "The Lion's Tale" by Joan Hollobon.

Wellesley Hospital and Toronto General Hospital

File contains correspondence between members of the Wellesley Hospital and its School of Nursing and the Toronto General Hospital and its School of Nursing regarding Toronto General Hospital's ability to provide obstetrical nursing and other medical training to Wellesley Nursing students.
Correspondents include Miss Gene Gunn, Miss E. G. Flaws, Sir Edmund Osler, J. W. Flavelle, William Mulock Esq. Jr, Miss G. A. Brandt, Miss G. B. Ross, and E. K. Jones.

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News clippings about the 50th anniversary of the Hospital, Graduation, and a newspaper photograph of Elsie K. Jones with 2 nurses Judy Scott and Susan Mason celebrating Elsie K. Jones 25th anniversary as Director of Nursing. Also on the page was a 50th anniversary napkin.

Elsie K. (Jones) LaVenture

Photograph of Elsie K. (Jones) LaVenture in a wheelchair seated beside another woman who is holding a cane. They are holding hands with another woman - possibly Mrs. M. S. Roberts (Jeanette Simpson), class of 1915 graduate. Both women are holding 60th anniversary programmes. Photograph most likely taken at the Royal York Hotel at the dinner held to cap off the 60th Anniversary week of events.
Elsie K. Jones was Wellesley class of 1925 graduate and started working at the Wellesley in 1928. She held the role of Director of Nursing at Wellesley from 1937-1964. She married Cye A. LaVenture after her retirement. Elsie K. passed away October 4, 1972, less than a month after this photograph was taken.