The Dana Atchley Pavilion, now the Herbert Irving Pavilion, is seen under construction at the center of this aerial shot, circa 1966. It would open in Dec. 1968.
Drs. Vincent Freda and John Gorman (l. to r.) in 1968, the year they announced a cure for Rh Disease. Photo by Elizabeth Wilcox.
Anna C. Maxwell (far right) visiting the Presbyterian Hospital nurses staffing Base Hospital No. 2, Étretat, France, 1918.
Lusta Felicita "Bonnie" Johnson (Class of 1968), one of the earliest African-American School of Nursing students, with her parents at commencement.
Anna Maxwell Hall, probably 1928, the year the School of Nursing occupied it.
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