Lorraine Bowers Albrecht Collection,
1951-2006 (Linear Feet: 1.3. Collection Not Scanned)

The Lorraine Bowers Albrecht Collection (UVA SON DIPLO 1951). This collection focuses on medical illustration and the curriculum and materials Albrecht used while she was an instructor at Lansing Community College. The collection contains many anatomical drawings, some of which are signed by Myra Clark whose individual collection is also archived at the Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry. The collection also includes material from Albrecht’s student years at the U.Va. School of Nursing.

Jane Lee Black Bales Collection,
1959-1961 (Linear Feet: .4. Collection Not Scanned)

The Jane Lee Black Bales Collection represents the experiences of a nursing student at the School of Nursing at the University of Virginia c. 1959 and includes the contents of a scrapbook, uniform items, and other memorabilia.

Buchholz Collection,
1920-1986 (Linear Feet: .5. Collection Not Scanned)

The Lucy Buchholz Collection is in effect a small tribute to three women whose careers were critical for the development of nursing education in Virginia as well as for the professionalization of nursing practice.  The bulk of the collection (11 folders) concerns Roy Beazley, faculty member of the University of Virginia and Director of Nursing at the University Hospital; included are a few pieces of correspondence, newspaper clippings, keepsake programs, an essay, and photographs.  Other items belonged to her sister, Edith Beazley Miller, and include private duty nurse receipt books and keepsakes arranged in five folders. Ms. Miller was an instructor for a local high school LPN program and nurse at Martha Jefferson Hospital.  The single folder containing biographical items for Mable Montgomery includes a portrait photograph, newspaper articles honoring Montgomery, and an award presentation text.  Ms. Montgomery was an officer and Executive Director of the Virginia State Board of Nursing for three decades.

Alice Huffman Bugel Papers,
1942-2001 (Linear Feet: .5. Collection Not Scanned)

The papers consist of materials principally related to Bugel's Eighth Evacuation Hospital service, including a citation and service award; period newspaper clippings; and an extensive collection of photographs taken at the hospital and on travels nearby.  Also included are various documents and photographs relative to Eighth Evac alumni reunions.

Rose Marie Chioni Papers,
1950 - 1993 (Linear Feet: 1.25. Collection Not Scanned)

The Chioni Papers, dating primarily from 1963-1994, incorporate personal and professional papers, presentations, and published articles focusing primarily on issues in nursing and nursing education, on both the state and national levels. In 1988 Dr. Chioni resumed a faculty role at the University of Virginia School of Nursing after fourteen years as Dean and Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor of Nursing. Under her progressive leadership, Virginia’s first doctoral program in nursing was begun.

Barbara H. Dunn Papers,
1973-2012 (Linear Feet: .75. )

The bulk of the Dunn Papers concerns the origination, maintenance, and activities of the Barbara Brodie Scholars program of the University of Virginia School of Nursing. Named in honor of distinguished nursing scholar and University of Virginia faculty member (1970-2003) Barbara Brodie, the Brodie Scholars endowment funds scholarships for nurse practitioner and doctoral students at the University of Virginia. Also represented in the Dunn Papers are graduate program essays and other materials relative to Dunn's doctorate, as well as a folder of miscellaneous items from Dunn's professional career.

Doris F. Glick Collection,
1991-2002 (Linear Feet: 1.25. Collection Not Scanned)

The entirety of the Doris F. Glick Collection comprises materials relating to the three Charlottesville-Virginia-area Primary Care Nursing Clinics established by Dr. Glick in the 1990s. Glick sited the clinics at the Westhaven Public Housing Complex and at the Crescent Halls Housing Facility for the aged and for persons with disabilities -- both in Charlottesville, Virginia -- and at a "Health Cottage" facility associated with the Greene County, Virginia public schools.

Dorothy Sandridge Gloor Collection,
1939-2013 (Linear Feet: 2. Collection Not Scanned)

This collections contains many black and white photographs, some color photographs, many newspaper clippings with some annotation and a few artifacts. The bulk of the photography relates to the 8th Evacuation Hospital and Gloor’s experiences in Europe during and after World War II.

Jacqueline Mae Rutledge Jones Collection ,
1938 - 1949 (Linear Feet: .4. Collection Not Scanned)

The Jacqueline Mae Rutledge Jones Collection documents the experiences of a student nurse at UVA School of Nursing c. 1948 and contains artifacts, photographs, correspondence, publications, and other documents as well as biographical notes by her children.

Arlene W. Keeling Collection,
1893-2006 (Linear Feet: 2.0. Collection Not Scanned)

The Arlene W. Keeling Collection contains a limited number of professional and personal materials assembled by Dr. Keeling over her career. Of particular importance to nursing history researchers is a collection of original manuscript materials, prints and photographs which Dr. Keeling has acquired for use in Center exhibitions, presentations, and research projects. These include late-nineteenth to early-twentieth-century materials concerning nursing practice and medical treatments.

Jeanette Lancaster Collection,
1989-2008 (Linear Feet: 1.75. Collection Not Scanned)

This collection consists of four boxes of the papers of Jeanette Lancaster from her years as Dean of the School of Nursing at the University of Virginia (1989-2008). It contains photographs, CDs, slides, speeches and publications by and about Lancaster.

Josephine McLeod/Virginia State Board of Nursing Collection,
1890s-1940s (Linear Feet: 2.0. Collection Not Scanned)

The Josephine McLeod/Virginia State Board of Nursing Collection principally contains correspondence, reports, and informational brochures relative to nursing training programs and schools operating in Virginia in the 1920s to the 1940s.

Nursing Students Without Borders Collection,
1996-2007 (Linear Feet: 1.25. Collection Not Scanned)

The Nursing Students Without Borders (NSWB) Collection consists of video recordings, photographs, and papers describing the inception of the organization at the University of Virginia School of Nursing, its recruitment and fundraising efforts, and its nursing service initiatives. The El Salvador, Migrant Health, and South Africa Initiatives are described by documents, photographs and journals in this collection.

Oversize Item Collection,
1890-2001 (Linear Feet: NN. Collection Not Scanned)

Oversize items are too large to fit in standard manuscript boxes, and may be either individual donations or elements of larger collections, as referenced. In general, most oversize items are images rather than documents. All are sorted into one of seven series, by type, as follows: 1) Early Photographs (before ca. 1930); 2) General Photographs; 3) University of Virginia Nursing Class Photographs; 4) Prints, Certificates, and Diplomas; 5) Original Artwork; 6) Posters; and 7) Miscellaneous Items.

JoAnne Peach Collection,
1975-2000 (Linear Feet: 5. Collection Not Scanned)

The JoAnne Peach Collection provides extensive documentation of the development of the role of Nurse Practitioner in Virginia as well as the development of the Nurse Practitioner Program at the U.Va. School of Nursing. The collection includes NP Program curricula and instructional materials, correspondence, papers, and publications.

Small Collections,
1875-2013 (Linear Feet: 10.0. Collection Not Scanned)

The Small Collections consist of varied small manuscript donations to the Bjoring Center, each one too limited in quantity to warrant cataloguing individually.

Jean Sorrells-Jones Collection,
1972-1997 (Linear Feet: 11.5. Collection Not Scanned)

The collection comprises records from the University of Virginia Medical Center Division of Nursing during Jean Sorrells-Jones tenure from 1987 to 1997. These include meeting minutes, correspondence, proposals, project notes, planning documents, policy records and more.

University of Virginia School of Nursing Alumni Association Collection,
1900 -- 2001 (Linear Feet: 7.4. Collection Not Scanned)

The collection includes numerous boxes of correspondence and organizational papers including Board of Directors and various committee minutes and financial reports. The collection also includes papers and photographs pertaining to social events, awards, and scholarships sponsored by the Alumni Association. The collection documents the period from 1950 to the present.

Phyllis J. Verhonick Collection,
1964-1995 (Linear Feet: .25. Collection Not Scanned)

This small collection of items by and concerning Phyllis J. Verhonick was assembled from two sources: 1) the private collection of U.S. Army Nurse Corps Colonel Rosemary T. McCarthy, and 2) institutional holdings of the University of Virginia School of Nursing. Included are biographical sketches of Verhonick, given after her decease, three academic papers (of the many she produced), a diary (1971-74) of meeting and research notes by Verhonick (as Acting Dean of the School of Nursing), and materials related to the University of Virginia Nursing Research Conferences and the U.S. Army Nurse Corps Nursing Research Courses organized in her memory.

Camilla Louise Wills Collection ,
1907 - 1975 (Linear Feet: 1.75. Collection Entirely Scanned)

The Camilla Louise Wills Collection documents Wills' experiences as a Red Cross nurse serving overseas during World War I and her subsequent career in Public Health and Health Education in the southwestern United States. The bulk of the collection concerns Wills' experiences in the nineteens-teens and twenties, particularly during the World War One years.

Pat Booth Woodard Collection,
1924-1975 (Linear Feet: .5. Collection Not Scanned)

The Pat Booth Woodard Collection assembles a variety of documents relative to the theory and practice of Nursing education at the University of Virginia School of Nursing in the late-1960s to mid-1970s.