Dwyer and Mackay

Portrait of Nurse Mary Mulder in early outdoor uniform, copy, note Lace Collar. Health Act 1911 Mid wives Registration Board (list in V.Hobbs "But Westward Look" (Nursing in WA 1829-1979) UWA Press. Page 222 lists Mary Mulder, 191 Collin Street Kalgoorlie. Registered on 27 June 1911, in practise at June 1909. Uniform similar to "Margaret O'Brien - 1895" Page 18 and Sisters of the People C1890 (P19) of Hobbs.

(Original Photo C1895 - "Copied" in 1907).

"Nurse Mulder trained R.P.H. and only relieved here for approx 8 weeks. She relieved as Assistant Matron.

Check for more information "Alexander Library 1900's Nursing History" and K.R.H. Library via Mrs. Breeze - Book "History of Nursing" - back pages listed names.

Information from Lynn Stevenson History Department at WA Museum.

Collection Item Data

Medium Format: 16.5x21.6 cm. / 6.5x8.5 inch
Condition: Good
Medium: Unknown B&W
Keywords: portraitnursemarymulderearlyoutdooruniformcopynotelacecollarhealthactmidwivesregistrationboardlisthobbswestwardnursingwauwapresspagelistscollinstreetkalgoorlieregisteredjunepractisemargaretbriensisterspeoplephotocopiedtrainedrelievedapproxweeksassistantmatroncheckinformationalexanderlibraryhistorybreezebookbackpageslistednameslynnstevensondepartmentmuseum
Accession Number: GMM234/308
Registration Number: GM01234
Location: Kalgoorlie
State: WA W
Creator:  J.J. Dwyer
Original Legal Broker: Museum of the Goldfields - MOG; Golden Mile Museum
Cataloguer:  Jill Moffat
Month Taken: 3
Day Taken: 18
Year Taken: 1895

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