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Nursing Education Alumnae Association (Teachers College, Columbia Univ.) Archives

The TCNEAA is the alumni association of the Department of Nursing Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, the first graduate program for nursing in the United States. The program was founded in 1899 with the intent of providing a university for nurses who wished to become superintendents of training schools or of hospitals. It was initially named the “Hospital Economics” program within the Department of Domestic Science; by 1912 this had become the “Department of Nursing and Health” and later, in 1922, the “Department of Nursing Education.” The Alumni Association was created to care for alumni and support the school in the days before Social Security, when the school’s program was still evolving and its future was uncertain. Once established, it provided scholarships for graduate nursing school, research grants, and small grants to alumni who were sick or indigent.

Included in these records of this partially processed collection are general, Board of Directors and Executive Committee minutes and meetings materials, information on officers, conference materials, membership lists, registration and nomination forms, Nursing Hall of Fame materials, Centennial Celebration materials, some professional correspondence and budget and expense reports.


Index code: MC22

Finding Guide:

Finding Aid for the Teachers College Nursing Education Alumnae Association, Columbia University   


Compiled by Marianne K. Lettus, EdD, RN, Archival Assistant


ACCESS/RESTRICTIONS: This collection is open to the public by appointment.  No restrictions.
ACQUISITION: The documents in this collection were transferred to the Bellevue Alumnae Center for Nursing History, Center for Nursing at the Foundation of New York State Nurses by the Teachers College Nursing Education Alumnae Association.  The collection includes NEAA records, correspondence, newsleters, dissertations, awards, and conference materials.
COPYRIGHT: Please consult the repository for information about duplication or publishing of any materials from this collection.
 INDEX TERMS: LCSH: Columbia University, Teachers College; Commmunication in Nursing; Nursing Education;
Teachers College Nursing Education Alumnae Association Papers (MC 22), Bellevue Alumnae Center for Nursing History, Center for Nursing at the Foundation of New York State Nurses, Guilderland, NY


Box and Folder List

Series 1: Dissertations

Box 1


1. Abou-Youssef, J. 1967 Maternity Nursing:A Textbook for the Arabic Speaking Countries of the Near Eastern Region, Volume I
2. Abou-Youssef, J. 1967 Maternity Nursing:A Textbook for the Arabic Speaking Countries of the Near Eastern Region, Volume II
3. Acee, A. 1990 What is the Head Nurse’s Leadership Style and Effectiveness in Self-Reports by Staff as Measured by Hersheyt and Blanchard’s Lead Instrument and Human Synergistic’s Management Effectiveness Profile System
4. Alcoe, S. 1973 Resources for the Preparation of Nurse Teacher Examination of a Situation
5. Allerman, G. and Britten, M. 1974 Nursing Students’ Perceptions of the Relevance and Use of the Clinical Laboratory in Learning the Practice of Nursing
6. Allison, S. 1969 The Meaning of Rest. Some Views and Behaviors Characterizing Rest as a State and a Process
7. Alward, R. 1986 Performance of Permanent Verses Rotating Night Nurses’: Circadian-Related Factors
8. Amin, A. 1974 Culture and the Post Hospital Community Adjustment of the Long-Term Hospitalized Puerto-Rican Schizophrenic Male Patients in New York City
9. Arnold, J. 1975 Teaching Strategies in Community College Nursing Education
10. Anselmino 1986 Re: Growth of Food and the Fodd Industry and its effects on the Health of Americans

Box 2


1. Archibald, J. 1952 A Nutrition Education Programme in Cape Sable Island
2. Ashkenas, T. 1971 Aids and Deterrents to the Performance of Associate Degree Nursing Graduates
3. Bahrawy, A. 1984 Faculty Participation in Academic Governance of Baccalaureate Programs in Nursing
4. Bahrenburg, E. M. 1981 Cognitive Style: A Determinant of Teaching Style in Nursing
5. Barba, E. 1986 Innovative Masters’ Program for Nurse Executives
6. Beatty, E. 1991 Locu7s of Control, Self Actualization, and Self-Care Agency among Registered Nurses
7. Bennett, S. 1996 The Feminisit Transformation of Political Activity
8. Bergersen, B. 1967 Clinical Nursing and Occlusive Arterial Disease in Lower Extremities
9. Beveridge, P. A. 1990 Causal Attribution “Doing Well” and Affect in Life-Threatening Illness
10. Bevil, C. A. 1978 1978 Professional Nurse Behaviors Exhibited in Selected Aspects of Care of the Patient with a Cerebrovascular Accident

Box 3


1. Bhaduri, A. 1974 Participation of Faculty Members in Curriculum Development of Generic Baccalaureate Nursing Programs in India
2. Birdsall, C. 1991 Self and Patient-Reported Non-Verbal Communication and Empathy Levels of Nurses
3. Boonyanurak, P. 1985 Use of Pre Natal Clinics by pregnant Women in Thailand
4. Brady, M. 1976 Nurses Attitudes towards a Patient who had a Psychiatric Hospitalization
5. Brong, R. E. 1960 A Plan for Utilizing TV in Preparing Baccalaureate Nursing Students in One aspect of Public Health Nursing
6. Brown, E. 1997 A Study of a Side Rail Reduction Program in a Long-Term Care Facility: Implications for a Professional Nursing Staff
7. Buechel, J. F. Marvin 1966 Principles of Administration in Junior College Education for Nursing
8. Burns, Sr.,  E. 1969 Faculty Opinions on their Academic Responsibilities in Baccalaureate Nursing Programs
9. Burblis, A. 1975 The Nature of Clinical Nursing Assessments in Reference to Parental Cancers about Hospitalized Premature Infants
10. Burnside, H. 1972 Perceived Need for Technical Specialists in Nursing Care of Hospitalized Patients
11. Campagna, A. E. 1996 The Meaning of Being a Parent in a Resolved Blended Family: A Phenomenological Inquiry
12. Chapman, M. 1969 Nursing Education and the Movement for Higher Education for Women, 1870-1900, Volume I


Box 4


1. Chapman, M. 1969 Nursing Education and the Movement for Higher Education for Women, 1870-1900, Volume I
2. Chase, B. 1975 Self Assessment of Learning Needs of Hospital Nursing Service Administrators
3. Chenitz, W. 1978 Acceptance of the Standards of Geriatric Nursing Practice and Perceptions of Satisfying and Stressful Elements in Practice of Geriatric Nursing
4. Chipego, J. 1993 Cognitive Aspects of Test Anxiety: Relationship to learning Style and Achievement in Associate Degree Nursing Students
5. Christy, T. History of the Division of Nursing Education of Teachers College, Columbia University
6. Clark, C. 1976 A Comparison of Learning Outcomes for teacher and Student in a Peer-Mediated, Simulation Game for Associate Degree Nursing Students
7. Clift, J. 1989 A Nursing Science Curriculum ofr the university in Grz, Austria
8. Clunn, P. 1975 Nurses’ Assessment of a Person’s Potential for Violence
9. Sollins, P. 1979 The Efficacy of a Learning Module, Developing Patient Teaching Objectives and Techniques, for Registered Nurses
10. Colson, C. 1993 the Effects of Teching Cue Recognition on the Ability of Home Care Nurses to Assess Mental Status
11. Conroy, P. 1970 A Study of Selected Value Orientations of Korean Nursing Educators
12. Coonan, P. 1995 A Comparison of the Process of Care between Doctors and Nurse Practitioners to Selected Outcomes in Ambulatory Care
13. Copland, G. 1992 Nurses’ Experiential Perspectives of Mistake Making in Clinical Practice


Box 5


1. Corbett, N. 1991 Head Nurse Perceptions of Self Derieved from an Analysis of their Conversations
2. Creamer, Sr. M. J. 1961 The Development of Pre-Service Collegiate Nursing Education for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Wichita, Kansas
3. Crosby, M. 1968 The Status of Patient Contact in the Prepartion of Teachers of Nursing in the Area of Specialization, Nursing Care of Children
4. Cutler, M. J. 1975 Management Theories for Hospital Nursing
5. Drake, M. 1958 State University of New York and Pre-Service Nursing education: A Report of a Type C Project


Box 6


1. Daly, G. 1995 Scholarly Productivity: A Qualitative Investigation of the role Development of Nurse Scholars and reasearch Productivity, Volume I
2. Daly, G. 1995 Scholarly Productivity: A Qualitative Investigation of the role Development of Nurse Scholars and reasearch Productivity, Volume II
3. Doramola, S. 1977 A Descriptive Study of the Cultural Concepts and Traditional Care of the Yoruba Mentally Ill in Nigeria
4. Davenport, K. 1989 An Evaluation of a Clinical Nursing Course in a Baccalaureate Nursing Curriculum
5. Davis, B. 1974 A Descriptive Exploratory Study of the Dimensions of Institutional totality and its Correlates in Participating Nursing Homes of New York City
6. Davis, P. 1979 Untitled: re: congruence of the preferred style and/or patterns of styles of conflict managment of baccalaureate nursing students and their respective faculty
7. Davis, S. 1994 the Phenomenon of Organizational Caring: A Study of Nurses’ Lived Experience
8. Decker, B. 1989 Implementation of Mastery Learning and Organizational Characteristics that may Effect Implementations
9. DeFelice, C. 1989 The Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Academic Achievement in Associate Degree Nursing Programs
10. Deighan, J. 1972 The Identification of the Decision-Making in the Nursing Adnustments fo the Basic Elements of Aeration and Feeding for Individuals with Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
11. Demarest, D. 1987 Perceptions of Role Information and Support Needs of Baccalaureate Nursing Faculty during Socialization Period


Box 7


1. Dempsey, J. M. 1992 Stereotypes of Six Clinical Nursing Specialities
2. Donius, M. A. 1964 Instrumental Caring inventory: The Development of an Instrument Measuring Caring as a Three Dimensional Construct
3. Donohue, S. 1990 a Qualitative Exploration into the Dissertation Research Experience in Doctoral Nursing Education
4. Downes, J. 1994 Aids Nursing as a Contemporary Calling: An Ethnographic Study
5. Duffield, L. 1964 Nursing Faculty Stability in the North Central Regional Association, 1954-1962
6. Dungca, C. U. 1988 The Relationship between Perceived Middle Manger Leadership Behavior Style and Front Line Manager Job Satisfaction
7. Ehrhich, E. 1992 The Nature of the Experience of Women Caregivers for Aged Parents: A Social Problem
8. Elmure, M. 1964 Proposals for the Selection and Organizations
9. Evers, J. 1992 A Study of the Relationship among Perceptions of the Immediate Supervisor’s Leadership Style, Work Enfironment, and Self-Efficacy as Reported by Head Nurses


Box 8


1. Feldman, M. 1985 The Practice of Nurse-Counseling in Psychiatric and Medical-Surgical Hospital Settings
2. Fielding, J. 1972 Study of Selected Behaviors of Primiparous Mothers during the First Three Postpartem Days
3. Fiels, S. 1977 The Concept of Interprofessional Collaboration in Baccalaureate Nursing Programs; A Descriptive Study
4. Finamore, M. 1982 Performance of the Health Assessment and Teaching Performance Examination by Baccalaureate Conadidates in the New York state Regents External Degree Program
5 .Fisher, S. 1994 Personality Characteristics and Breast Cancer
6. Fitzpatrick, L 1972 A History of the National Organizaiton of Public Health Nursing, 1912-1952
7. Flynn, J. 1988 Evaluation of Two Staff Development Programs for Teaching Decision Techniques to Front Line Nurse Managers
8. Forest, B. 1965 The Utilization of Associate Degree Nursing Graduates in General Hospital
9. Forget, B. M. 1997 The Transformation of Nursing Practice in the Acute Care Hospital
10. Forman, H. 1989 Descriptive Analysis of the Effects of Union and Non-Union Affiliation on Perceived Role Conflict, Conflict Resolution Modes, Leader Behavior Styles, and Leadership Effectiveness of Head Nurses.
11. Forrest, F. 1973 Leadership Behavior of the Community Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse in the Rural Mid-West
12. Frazier, F. 1955 gu8ides for Nursing Education Consultants in Planning and Organizing Programs of Study for Graduate Nurses in Other Lands


Box 9


1. Fullilove, E. 1973 Patients’ Views of Actual and Ideal Characteristics of the Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist as depicted by Laforge and Suczek Interpersonal Checklist
2. Gambino, K. 1994 The Relationship of Congitive Development of Baccalaureate Nursing Students and the Ability of Think Critically
3. Gage, E. 1992 Correlates of Attachment Behavior and Psychologica Adjustment in Persons with the Progressive Illness Multiple Sclerosis
4. Giamrat, Sr., M. A. 1973 a Study of Nursing Care Situations in Hospital Settings
5. Geiss, D. 1969 Faculty and Administrative Perceptions of the Decisions-Making Authority in Collegiate Nursing Pragrams
6. Gill, D. 1989 Achievement on the Health Assessment and Teaching Performance Examination of the New York Regents College Degree Nursing Program by Taditional and Non-Traditional Students
7. Giodono, N. 1995 An Investigation of the Health Concerns of the Menopause Discussion Group ion the Internet
8. Glove, S. 1993 Effectiveness of the Nurse Extern Program as a Recruitment and Retention Strategy
9. Goetz, C. 1996 They Cannot Say Thank You, Yet: An Ethnographic Study of Homeless Adults in a Day Shelter (Volume I)
10. Goetz, C. 1996 They Cannot Say Thank You, Yet: An Ethnographic Study of Homeless Adults in a Day Shelter (Volume II)
11. Golberg, L. G. 1987 Nurses’ Occupational Intergroup Bias, Patient’s Occupational Intergroup Membership, and Nurses’ Assessment of Pain
12. Goldberg, L. K. 1991 What is the Nurse Administrator’s Perception of His/Her Leadership as Perceived by the Nurse Middle Manager


Box 10


1. Gonda, B. 1990 Nursing Students Perceptions of Learning Environments in Associate and Baccalaureate Post Conferences
2. Good, S. 1967 Preparation of University Teachers of Nursing in Canada: Proposals for the Professional education Componenet of a Master’s Program
3. Gorman, M. 1971 An Evaluation of Academic Clinical Programs of Study in Nursing
4. Gottlieb, T. 1990 Transactional and Transformational Leadership Styles of Chief and Associate Chief Head Nurses in Deaprtment of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers
5. Governo, M. 1990 Mary Delia Burr Humanitair, Pioneer Visionary: Founder of Baccalaureate Nursing on Staten Island
6. Graham, M. 1982 Professional Nurse Behaviors exhibited in Selected Aspects of Physical Assessment Skills when Caring for a Patient with an Acute Myocardial Infarction
7. Grayson, J. 1989 The nurses Association of Trinidad and Tobago
8. Greene, M. 1990 The Relationship between Stressful Life Events and Hospital Staff Nurses’ Perceptions of Professional Self-Image
9. Griffin, A. 1963 The Improvement in the Educational Preparation in Preservice Programs in Nursing in Ontario
10. Hardie, T. 1993 Occupational Nurses’ Perceptions of Employee Mental Health Needs and Evaluation of Psychatric Nurse Clinicians as Providers
11. Haring, P. 1975 Short Term Adjustment of Geriatric Residents
12. Harvey, L. 1966 Elements in the Establishment of Preservice Baccalaureate Programs in Nursing in Senior Colleges and Universitites during 1949-1958.


Box 11


1. Harris, I. 1976 Competencies demonstrated by Nurse Practitioners in Providing Care for Infants in Selected Ambulatory Health Care Situations
2. Hartman, R. 1992 Value Hierarchies and iNfluence Structures of Practicing Professional Nurses
3. Hayes, E. 1987 What are the Continuing Education Needs of Nurse Educators?
4. Hays, D. 1977 Perceived Needs for Support of Women who Participate in a Red Cross Widows Program
5 Henderson, L. 1962 A Proposal for the Preservice Nursing Programs in West Virginia
6. Herrmann, E. 1979 The Development of Nursing Education in Belize (British Columbia) Central America, 1920-1971
7. Hill, E. J. 1967 A Study of the Verbal between Master Teachers and Students during Cinical Nursing Conferences
8. Hofmann, J. 1989 Membership Status in New York sTate Nurses Association, Political Involvement, Political Activity on Nurses, and Conern with Legislative Issues Relevant to Nursing
9. Holliday, j. 1960 An Ideal Image of the Professional Nurse with a Method for Formulating a Composite Ideal Image
10. Honig, J. 1995 Health Statues in Urgan Minority Adolescents
11. Hopkins, M. 1976 the Perceptions of Registered Nurses of the Purposes and Functions of the American Nurses Association
12. Hosford, M. 1962 the Continuing Education of School Nurse-Teachers in New York State: A Descriptive Study


Box 12


1. Hughes, C. 1980 Stressors, Role Strain, and Coping Mechanisms in the Continuously Employed Nurse-Mother
2. Hussein, M. 1989 Nurse Midwifery Practice in Selected Hospital and Non-Hospital Settings
3. Hyland, P. 1978 comparison of Achievement on the Clinical Performance Nursing Examination between Conventional Associate Degree Nursing Students and Candidates for the New York state Regents External Degree Program
4. Jackson, B. 1974 An Exploratory Study of Colostomates’ Behaviors during the Morning Care Period of Hosptialization
5. Jaffe, E. 1983 Hope, Concern, and Condominium LIving among Relocated Retirees
6. Jeffreys, M. 1993 The Relationship of Self-Efficacy and Selected Academic and Environmental Variables on Academic Achievement and Retntion
7. Joel, L. 1970 An Exploratory Study of Some Facots which may influence Clareer Choice in Psychiatric Nursing
8. Johnson, G. 1969 An Exploration of the Use of Two-Way Car Radios and Telephones by Students and Instructors in Public Health Nursing Laboratory in Baccalaureate Nursing Education
9. Juechter, J. 1971 guidelines for Suicide Prevention in New York State Colleges
10. Kaiser, J. 1974 A Comparison of Students in Two Types of Nursing Programs
11. Kaminer, A. 1992 Life Event Stressors, Social Support, and Maternal-Fetal Attachment in Incarcerated Pregnant Women and Non-Incarcerated Pregnant Women
12. Kasmarik, P. 1974 Attitude Score Changes Twoard Death and Dying in Nursing Students


Box 13


1. Kauderer, K. M. 1984 Baccalaureate Student Nurses’ and Faculty Perceptions of Simulation as a Teaching Method
2. Keenan, P. 1980 The Relationship of Examination Stress to Blood Pressure Readings in Senior Baccalaureate Nursing Students
3. Kenny, P. 1994 To Know and To Serve: The History of the Pennsylvania Hospital School for Male Nurses 1914-1965
4. Kershbaumer, R. M. 1993 An Educational Model for Nursing and Midwifery Education in Malawi, Central Afric
5. Ketefian, S. 1972 Knowledge Untilization in the Process of Accepting Selected Innovations in Baccalaureate Nursing
6. Kilker, M. 1994 Transformationsl and Transactional Leadership Styles: An Empirical Investigation of Rogers’ Principle of Integrality
7. Koszalka, M. 1988 An Investigation of the Relationship between Leadership Effectiveness of Selected Nursing Administrators and their Particular Master’s Preparation
8. Kurian, A. 1976 study of the Implementation Stage of Curriculum Change in Christian School of Nursing in South India
9. Lavin, J. 1990 A Study to Determine the Relationship between Assertiveness and Self-Esteem, Conflict Management Style, and other Selected Variables in Female Registered Nurses
10. Lediger, C. 1966 A Follow Up Study of the Graduates of St. Olaf College Department of Nursing 1956-1962
11. Lee, M. C. 1990 Cross-Cultural Perseptions of Parents’ Perceptions of Pain
12. Lee, M. N. 1966 Preference for University Teaching as a Career Goal of Bacallaureate Students of Nursing Graduating from Selected Universities in Canada
13. Lefkowitz, A. 1958 The role of the Administrator in the Development of a Preservice Baccalaureate Program in Nursing Education


Box 14


1. Leichenring, M. 1986 An Illustration of the Use of the Linguistic Analysis of Knowing, Leaning, and Teaching, to Examine Objectives of Baccalaureate Programs in Nursing
2. Lenburg, C. 1972 Changes in Role Perceptions, Role Strain, and Nursing Education Preferences among Hospital REgistered Nurses during the iNtroduction of a Collegiate Nursing Program
3. Lewis, M. 1981 Perceptions of Power held by Deans of Nursing in American University
4. Lev, E. 1985 Effects of a Course in Hospitce Nursing on Attitudes and Behaviors of BSN Students and Graduates toward Death and Dying Patients
5. Leveque, R. 1991 Business Planning in Home Health Agencies: A Guide for Nurse Executives
6/ Liber, M. 1987 The Relationship of Selected Characteristics of the Regents College Degree BSN Graduates to Performance on Three of its Nursing Performance Examinations
7. Liebman-Cohen, E. 1990 The Effects of a Nursing Case Managment Model on Patient Length of Stay and Variables related to Cost of Care Delivery within an Acute Care Setting
8. Lodge, M. P. 1962 Proposla for the Preparation of Teachers of Nursing for Preservice Baccalaureate Programs
9. Longman, A. 1974 Professional Nurse Behaviors Demonstrated in Caring for a patient with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
10. Lund, P. 1989 The Relationship of the Reentry into Nursing Practice of Chemically dependent Nurses to the Employment Setting, Type of Rehabilitation, and Perceptions of Impairment
11. Lynch, G. 1976 The Nursing Process in Selected Aspects of the Care of the Mastectomy Patient


Box 15


1. Maakestad, M. 1993 Empathy Profiles and Humanistic Behavior Scores of Registered Nurses who use Computerized and Non-Computerized Nursing Documentation
2. Mac Donald, G. 1964 the Evolution of Standards and the Development of Voluntary Accreditation in Collegiate Schools of Nursing
3. MacLaggan, K. 1965 A Plan for the Education of Nurses in the Province of New Brunswick
4. McLennan, D. 1973 Needs of Mothers in Caring for Infants during Adjustment to Reconstruciton of Congenital Abnormalities of the Gastrointestinal System
5. Madea, A. R. 1984 Organizational Climate for Prfessionalism in Nursing Service
6. Mahat, C. 1992 Stress and Coping: First year Nepaliese Nursing Students in Clinical Settings
7. Malcomson, K. 1990 A Faculty Development Program’s Effect on Level of Faculty Questions, student Responses and Student Questions in Post Clinical Nursing Conference
8. Moloney, E. 1966 An Analysis of Mental Health-Psychaitric Nursing Content in Selected Master’s Courses in the Department of Nursing Education at Techer scollege, Columbia University
9. Mancino, D. 1995 the Role of the National student Nurses Association in Addressing the Social and Political Issues that Contributed to Student unrest from 1960-1975
10. Martin, B. 1978 A Comparison of Test Anxiety in Associate Degree, Baccalaureate and Diploma Nursing Students
11. McAdory, D. 1978 Factors Related to Students’ Successful and Unsuccessful Performance in Associate Degree Nursing Programs


Box 16


1. McCure, M. 1972 The Reason for Hospital Staff Nurse Resignations
2. McGrorey, R. 1954 Human Factors in the administrative Process
3. McHugh, M. 1987 Simulation/Gaming: A Teaching/Learning Strategy
4. McKevitt, R. 1971 A Student-Centered Approach for Baccaluareate Nursing Education
5. McNickolas, E. 1965 The Use of Progressive Patient Care Units as Laboratories for Nursing sTudents in a Pre-service Baccalaureate Program
6. Mead-Bennett, E. 1987 The Relationship between Third Trimester Sleep Loss Reported by Primagravidas and Selected Psychological states Identified in the First Postpartum Day
7. Miller, M. L. 1969 Implementing an Associate Degree Nursing Program in a Senior College
8. Miller, T. 1972 Influences of Poverty on Urban Patients (Volume I)
9. Miller, T. 1972 Influences of Poverty on Urban Patients (Volume II)
10. Mitchell, M. 1989 Nursing Educators’ Committment to the Profession’s Values as Perceived by Nursing Students (Volume I)
11. Mitchell, M. 1989 Nursing Educators’ Committment to the Profession’s Values as Perceived by Nursing Students (Volume II)
12. Moran, R. 1973 Faculty Identified Characteristics of Students Having Difficulty Completing a Baccalaureate Programs in Nursing


Box 17


1. Mosley, M. 1992 A History of Black leaders in Nursing: The Influences of Four Black Community Health Nurses on the Establishment, Growth, and Practice of Public Health Nursing in New York City, 1900-1930
2. Mote, M. 1963 The Fundamentals of Nursing at Lost Angels State College
3. Moxley, P. 1973 The Clinical Nurse Specialist: A Study of Behaviors Characteric of Professional Autonomy
4. Murray, B. 1962 An Exploratory Study of Persistent Nursing Situations in Morther and Child Care with Implications for Preservice Education
5. Murray, J. 1973 No Title: re: helath education of patients in ambulatory care settings
6. Murray, M. 1983 Job Satisfaction and Job Dissatisfaction Experienced by Faculty in Baccalaureate Nursing Programs
7. Mussallen, H. 1962 a Plan for the Development of Nursing Edcuation Programs within the General Education Ssystem of Canada
8. Nathan, Y. 1995 Critical Thinking: Impact on Junior and Senior Nursing Students in an Academic Year
9. Natapoff, J. 1976 The Development of Children’s Ideas about Health
10. Nelson, K. 1960 The Administrative Implications of Curriculum Change in the Teaching of the Practice of Nursing


Box 18


1. Nichols, G. 1970 The Exploration of Factors Associated with the Career Decisions of Novice Army Nurses
2. Nicholson, M 1976 Maternity Care as Perceived by Newly Delivered MOthers under the Care of Nurse-Midwives and those under the Care of Obstetricians
3. Noth, Sr., M. 1964 Selecting Programmed Instrucitonal Materials in Nursing
4. Oberst, M. 1973 Nurses’ Inferences of Suffering: An Investigation of the Effects of Nurse-Patient Similarity and the Acceptance of the Verbalizations of Distress
5. O’Brien, J. 1962 A Curriculum for the Preparation of Teachers of Nursing at the University of Florida
6. Obrig, A. 1987 A Historical study of the Concept of Leadershiup as Developed in Nursing and Reported in Selected Twentieth Century American Nursing Journals 1900-1970
7. Obus, N. 1986 An Exploration of the Views of the Future Held and Current Health Related Behaviors Displayed by Baby Boom Generation Adults
8. Ornstein S. 1997 An Ethnographic Study of Residents in a Nursing Home
9. Ort, C. 1977 Middle Managers in Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Nursing Programs: A Study of the Department Chairperson’s Role
10. Osimek, D. 1965 A Follow-up Study of the Graduates of the Generic Baccalaureate Nursing Program of Seton Hall University
11. Paxton, V. 1961 A Plan for Nursing Education in Illinois Utilizing Junior College resources
12. Pearlmuter, D. 1973 Toward a Definition of Emotional Support


Box 19


1. Pendleton, S. 1975 Culture and Response to Pain
2. Philiepich, M. 1960 The Role of the Administrator in the Development of General Education in Collegiate Nursing Programs
3. Pittman, j. 1973 The Development of Graduate Programs in Psychiatric Nursing 1932-1968 and the Relationship to Congressional Legislation
4. Pollick, M. F. 1993 Teaching Styles and Learning Styles: A Comparison
5. Porter, P. E. 1974 Student and Faculty perceptions of Student Participation in Curriculum in Selected Baccalaureate Schools of Nursing
6. Proulx, J. R. 1972 Hope and the Hoping Process in the Health Care Setting: An Introductory Study
7. Raya, A. 1975 Psychiatric Nursing a Conceptual approach: A Textbook for Greece
8. Rendon, D. 1981 Self-Role Congruence in the Registered Nurse Student in Baccalaureate Nursing Programs
9. Richards, H. 1976 an Assesssment of Factors related to Success in Inner City Nursing Programs
10. Richardson, M. 1992 Knowledge, Fear of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and Compliance with Universal Precautions
11. Rickleman, B. 1970 Characteristics of Nurses and of Psychiatric Patients to Whom They React
12. Rines, A. 1959 Evaluating Student Progress in Learning the Practice of Nursing
13. Rush, S. 1993 Conflict Management Style, Clinically Assertive Behavior, Colelgial Behaviors, and Job Satisfaction in Neonatal Intensive Nursing


Box 20


1. Sansoucie, D. 1999 The Evaluation of the Distributed Leaning Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Master of Science Completion Program at the State University of New York at Stoney Brook
2. Sather, L. 1992 Patient-focused Care: The Path ot Empowered Self-Managment: A Grounded Theory Approach
3. Schweiger, J. 1992 Commitment to Clinical Nursing: A Case Study
4. Scoble, K. B. 1991 Career Resilient Characteristics among Registered Nurses: Predictors of Organizational and Professional Retention
5. Scollie, J. 1972 Perceptions of the Public Health Staff Nurse in Manitoba, Canada as to the Decision-Making Authority in the Initiation of Physical Nursing Care
6. Seedor, M. 1962 Programmed Instruction in nursing in the Commuity College
7. Sell, I. 1975 Guide to Materials on Death and Dying for Teachers of Nursing
8. Sellers, L. 1970  The Effects of Nursing Management on Paitents at Eastern State Hospital
9. Serra, B. 1992 the Psychic Costs of Leadershipl The Perceptions of Women Currently and Formerly in the Executive Leadership Role in Nursing Education
10. Shaley, P. 1981 The Effects of Maternal Attendance in the Care of Young children Hospitalized with a Dignosis of Cancer


Box 21


1. Shannon, M. L. 1972 the Origin and Development of the Professional Licensure Examination in Nursing: From a State Constructed Examination to the State Board Test Pool Examination
2. Sideleau, B. 1984 Relationship of Birth order, Family Size, Constellation and Integrity to the Development of Mental Illness in Adolescence and Adulthood
3. Simmons, P. 1994 The Relationship among Caring Ability, Maternal Care, Paternal Care, and Nursing School Climate in Women who are Senior Baccalaureate Nursing Students
4. Sloan, P. 1977 A History of the Establishment and Early Development of Selected Nurse Training Schools for Afro-Americans 1886-1906.
5. Smith, B. 1971 the Reasons Women Receive or do not Receive Prenatal Care and the Reasons They Receive Early or Late Prenatal Care
6. Smith, C. 1970 Senior Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Nurses and Nursing in the Military Service
7. Smith, D. 1960 A Plan for Teaching the Care of Adults in Associate Degree Programs in Nrusing
8. Smith, E. 1975 Attitudes among Baccalaureate Nursing Students in New York City Regarding Women seeking Elective Abortions
9. Smith, I. 1996 the Effects of Structured Exercise and Structured Reminiscing on Agitation and Aggression in Geriatric Psychiatric Patients
10. Space, M. 1974 Vocational Role Image, Perceptions of Employers’ Expectations and Job Satisfaction in Novice Nurses


Box 22


1. Spaulding, M. 1968 The Effectvieness of Tape Recordings with Primaparas of the Lower Socio-Economic Group in Coping with Mothering Tasks
2. Stair, J. 1964 Problems of New Practitioners in Public Health Service
3. Steinbaum, B. 1973 Effects of Selected Learning Experiences on the Attitudes of Nursing Students toward the Aged
4. Stewart, F. 1959 The Increasing College Age Populationof Women in Ohio and its Implications for Nursing Edcuation in Ohio
5. Stier, L. 1994 On My Shift: An Ethnographic Study of Nursing in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
6. Strawn, J. M. 1997 Choosing Not to Tell about HIV: ahow and Why it Happens
7. Streubert, H. 1989 A Description of Cilnical Experience by Clinical Nurse Educators and Students
8. Sullivan-Kaplin, E. 1997 Managerial Caring, Cultural Competence, and Organizaitonal commitment a Department of Nursing
9. Soluchana, K. 1963 A Guide to Teaching Diagnostic and Therapeutic Nursing Measures
10. Sundarrao, K. 1977 Study of the Patient CareActivities Performed by Staff Nurses in Selected Hospitals in India
11. Tappan, R. 1980 no title: (re: systems approach to the subject of family specifically focusing on aging)
12. Tarbox, M. 1986 The Origins of Nursing by the Sisters of Mercy in the United States 1840-1910


Box 23


1. Taylor, P. 1994 Tolerance of Ambiguity and Personality Traits of Registered nurses across Specialty Practice
2. Vahey, J. 1973 Toward the Integration of Selected Disciplines in a Curriculum of the Professional Practitioner of Nursing
3. Vecchione, E. 1985 Nurses’ Inference of Suffering, Their reported Level of Self-Actualization, and Their Role Conflict
4. Vezina, M. 1989 Content Analysis of Pictorial Covers of Professional Nursing Journals 1966-1986
5. Wallace, M. 1995 A Description of Learning and Student Culture in a Multicultuarl, Urban, ADN program
6. Wang, A. 1974 Nursing Instructors’ Attitudes toward Education and their Perceptions of Leader Behavior indicating leadership Potential in Nursing Students
7. Warren, L. 1989 The experience of “Feeling Cared For”: A Phenomenological Perspecitve
8. Waters, L. K.. 1975 the community Mental Health Beliefs of Baccalaureate Nursing Faculty Members in Relationship to Selected Personal and Background Factors
9. Weiner, L. 1968 Baccalaureate Degree Programs in Nursing: A New Curriculum Approach
10. Whelan, M. 1996 Self-Esteem and Competitiveness among Nurse Practitioner Students
11. Wiklinski, B. 1991 Has Humor a Meaning for Person Adapting to a Cancer Experience?


Box 24


1. Willmans, K. 1981 Major Trends in Public Health Nursing 1902-1925: The Transition from Specialized to Generalized Practice
2. Wilson, S. 1988 Comparing Patients’ Length of Stay and Nursing Resource Use Before and After the Implementation of Prospective Payment
3. Wittman, M. E. 1970 Nursing Education in the Federal Republic of Germany
4. Woloski-Wruble, A. 1991 Staff Nruse Opinion of the Importance of Addressing Patient Sexual Health Care
5. Vurchuck, E. 1976 Planning Nursing Care: Competence and Attitudes of Senior Nursing Students in Selected Baccalaureate Nursing Programs
6. Zornov, R. 1972 the Perceptions of Residents of a Retirement Community about Osteoarthrities


Box 25: Reports


1. 1962 Nursing Care of the hospitalized Cardiac Patient-Preliminary report on Phase II
2. 1955 Education for Nursing in Wisconsin
3. Reiter, E., & Kokosh, M. 1994 Quality of Nursing Care: A Report of a Field Study to Establish 1950-1954 Criteria
4. 1964 Sabbatical Leave: Survey Report- Provisions for and Use Made of Sabbatical Leave in Baccalaureate and Greaduate Schools of Nursing
5. Peterson, A. 1961 Kansas City Rehabilitation Experiment: Service and Cost Analysis. Final Report
6. Strobe, E. 1967 Conference Report on the Educational Preparation of the Nurse for School Health Work
7. Simmons, L. 1957 summary Report on Survey and Assessment of Areas and MEthods of Research in Nursing
8. Hess, J. & Chase, A. 1962 Survey of Public Health Nursing: Visits to Chronically Ill Patients
9. n.d. A Study of the Professional Activities of the Faculty of the School of Nursing of Vanderbilt University 1952-1953. Final Report of the Tennessee State Nurses Association
10. 1967 Role and preparation of the Nurse-Midwife in Maternity Care in the united States: An Exploratory Study
11. Cleveland Child Care Association 1940 Manual for the Conduct of Classes for Expectant Parents
12. 1998 Readings in Nursing Research: Selected Papers from the 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Isabel Maitland Stewart Conferences on Research in Nursing
13. Ford & Stephenson D. 1954 Institutional Nurses: Roles, Relationships and Attitudes in Three Alabama Hospitals
14. Arnstein, M. G. 1950 A Study of Nursing Needs, Resources and Supply in Arizon
15. Federal Security Agency 1950 Survey of Nursing Resources and Needs in Louisiana
16. U.S. Dept. of HEW 1961 Behavior Patterns of Premature Infants: A Nursing Study
17. Ewing, O. R. 1948 The Nation’s Health: A Ten year Study
18. Minnesota DOH 1959 A Practical Nurse in a Rural County Public Health Service in Minnesota
19. Department of Public Instruction 1957 Facts about Practical Nurse Edcuation in Michigan
20. Federal Security Administration 1953 Survey of Nursing Needs iand Resources in Oklahoma
21. n.d. Summary of Home Accident Prevention Project, City of Cambridge, 1951-1956
22. Hilbert 1958 Abstract of Studies in Public Health Nursing 1924-1957. Institute of Research and Services in Nursing Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
23. Arnstein, M. 1956 Design for Statewide Nursing Survey’s” A Basis for Action.
24. Bowman, P. H., DeHaan, R. F.,  Kough, J. K., & Liddle, G. P. 1956 Mobilizing Community Resources for Youth
25. Bixler, G. K., Faddis, M. O., & Bixler, R. W. 1962 Indiana Nursing Survey
26. 1960 Factors Influencing Continuity of Nursing Service: Report to Public Health Agencies 
27. National League for Nursing 1964 Study on Cost of Nursing Education Part I: Cost of Basic Diploma Programs
28. Long, E. 1962 Career Choice in Psychiatric Nursing and the Undergraduate Psychiatric Nursing Experience
29. Stobo, E. 1968 The Nurse in Elementary School: Promotion of Mental Health
30. 1949 Critical Requirements for Resarch Personnel: A Study of Observed Behaviors of Personnel in Research Laboratories
31. 1960 Factors Influencing Continuity of Nursing Service: Report of a Study of a Large Hospital
32. 1929 The Adelaide Nutting Historical Nursing Collection of Teachers College, Columbia University


Box 26: Administration


1. Alumni Reception, 1987-1988
2. Annual Report, 1970-1971
3. Alumni Survey, 1988
4. Alumni Survey, 1996
5. Annual Meeting, 1978
6. Annual Meeting, 1994
7. Annual Meeting, 2000
8. Annual Meeting, 2001-2002
9. Annual Meeting, 2003
10. Annual Meeting, 2004
11. Annual Report, 1968-1969
12. Annual Report, 1969-1970
13. Annual Report, 1975-1976
14. Annual Reports, 1978-1979
15. Annual Reports, 1980-1984
16. Annual Report, 1994
17. Annual Report, 1998
18. Committee List- Standing Committees
19. Board Minutes, 1972-1974
20. Board Minutes 1975
21. Board Minutes, 1978
22. Board Minutes, 1979
23. Board Minutes, 1980-1981
24. Board Minutes, 1982-1983
25. Board Minutes, 1983-1984
26. Board Minutes, 1984-1985
27. Board Minutes, 1986
28. Board Minutes, 1986
29. Board Minutes, 1987
30. Board Minutes, 1988
31. Board Minutes, 1989
32. Board Minutes, 1990
33. Board Minutes, 1991
34. Board Minutes, 1992
35. Board Minutes, 1994-1995
36. Board Minutes, 1996
37. Board Minutes, 1997, [1 of 2]
38. Board Minutes, 1997, [2 of 2]
39. Board Minutes, 1998
40. Board List, 1998
41. Board Minutes, 1999
42. Board Minutes – Transition meeting, 1999
43. Board Minutes, 1998-2002 (Diane Mancino’s papers)
44. Board Transition Minutes, 2004


Box 27: Administration- Diane Mancino’s Papers


1. Executive Committee, 1996-1998
2. Stewart Conference, 2005
3. Stewart Conference, 2008
4. Stewart Conference, 2009
5. Miscellaneous Correspondence [1 of 2]
6. Miscellaneous Correspondence [1 of 2]
7. History of Nursing: Survey of Sources at Rockefeller Archive, 1990
8. Strategic Plan, 2004
9. Villanova University
10. Archival Papers and Correspondence, 2003-2007 [1 of 3]
11. Archival Papers and Correspondence, 2003-2007 [2 of 3]
12. Archival Papers and Correspondence, 2003-2007 [3 of 3]
13. Correspondence with photographs, 2004-2006 [1 of 2]
14. Correspondence with photographs, 2004-2006 [2 of 2]
15. Nursing Scholarship and Research Award: Dr. Sandra Lewenson
16. Annual Awards Dinner Photos, 1995 [1 of 2]
17. Annual Awards Dinner Photos, 1995 [2 of 2]
18. Awards, 1999
19. McManus Medal: Barbara Krainovitch-Miller, 2009
20. Bylaws, 1956-1979
21. Bylaws, 1970-1979
22. Bylaws, 1983-1985
23. Bylaws, 1985-1987
24. Bylaws, 1987-1990
25. Bylaws Committee, 1997-2000
26. Bylaws, 20055
27. Committee Chairs
28. NEAA Life Members
29. Nominating Committee


Box 28: Historical Files


1. Archival Description
2. Archival Guidelines
3. Archival Materials and Notes, 1994-1999
4. Archival Materials, 1978
5. Archival Materials, 1990-1999
6. Archival Materials and Business Documents, 1992-1998  [1 of 2]
7. Archival Materials and Business Documents, 1992-1998 [2 of 2]
8. Archival Materials and Business Documents, 1990-2001  [1 of 3]
9. Archival Materials and Business Documents, 1990-2001  [2 of 3]
10. Archival Materials and Business Documents, 1990-2001  [3 of 3]
11. Article on Cultural Diversity
12. Historical Material, 1987-1990
13. NLN Academy of Nursing Education Fellows, 2007
14. Nursing Division Activities: Curriculum Study, 1948-1950
15. Nursing Division Activities, 1951-1952 [1 of 4]
 16. Nursing Division Activities, 1951-1952 [2 of 4]
17. Nursing Division Activities, 1951-1952 [3 of 4]
18. Nursing Division Activities, 1951-1952 [4 of 4]
19. Nursing History
20. Presidents of Nursing Societies, 1893-1993
21. Isabel Maitland Stewart Research Professorship in Nursing & Nursing Education, 1960


Box 29


1. Correspondence, 1959
2. Correspondence, 1972
3. Correspondence, 1974-1975
4. Correspondence, 1978-1980
5. Correspondence, 1981
6. Correspondence, 1982
7. Correspondence, 1983
8. Correspondence, 1984
9. Correspondence, 1985
10. Correspondence, 1986
11. Correspondence, 1987
12. Correspondence, 1988
13. Correspondence, 1989, [1 of 2]
14. Correspondence, 1989, [2 of 2]
15. Correspondence, 1990
16. Correspondence, 1992-1994
17. Correspondence, 1992-1994
18. Correspondence, 1994-1995
19. Correspondence, 1996
20. Correspondence, 1997-2001
21. Correspondence and Announcements, 2003-2004 [1 of 2]
22. Correspondence and Announcements, 2003-2004 [2 of 2]
23. Correspondence, 1972
24. Bylaws Committee, 1956-1979
25. Bylaws Committee, 1983-1985
26. Bylaws Committee, 1984-1997
27. Bylaws Committee, 1987-1990
28. Bylaws Committee, 1998
29. Position Description: Executive Secretary
30. President’s Book, 2004-2006 [1 of 3]
31. President’s Book, 2004-2006 [2 of 3]
32. President’s Book, 2004-2006 [3 of 3]
33. Sample forms
34. Travel Policy, 1978


Box 30: Future of Nursing Department


1. Student Forum on Status of Nursing Deaprtment, 1971
2. Statement of Philosophy, 1979
3. Faculty Executive Committee oon future of College of Nursing, 1993, [1 of 2]
4. Faculty Executive Committee oon future of College of Nursing, 1993, [2 of 2]
5. Letters from President Levine re: Nursing Education, 1995, 1996
6. Letters from Students re: Search for Nursing Dean, 1998
7. Contribution of TC to the Advancement of Nursing Education, undated
8. Program for Nurse Executives
9. Radix article on Academic Freedom at TC, 1971
Public Relations & Publicity
10. Courier, 1976-1983
11. Courier, 1984-1986
12. Courier, 1987-1989
13. Courier, 1990-1992
14. Courier, 1993-1996
15. Courier, 1997-1998
16. Courier, 1999
17. Courier, 2000
18. Courier, 2001
19. Courier, 2002-2003
20. Courier, 2005-2006
21. Courier, 2007
22. Courier, 2008
23. Courier, 2009-2010
24. TC Today, Fall 2006
25. Graduate Student Newsletter, 1988
26. Gala Honoring Cathryne A. Welch, 2008
27. TC Hall of Fame nominees, 2008
28. L. Genevieve Dunworth
29. Memorial Service for Mary Elizabeth Carnegie
30. Memorial Tribute for Teresa Christ, 1982
31. Memorial Service for L. Genevieve Dunworth, 2008
32. Memorial Service for Elenor Lambertsen, 1998
33. Memorial Service for Erline P. Mcgriff, 2005
34. Memorial Service for R. Louise, McManus, 1993
35. Memorial Service for Mildred Montag, 2004 [1 of 2]
36. Memorial Service for Mildred Montag, 2004 [2 of 2]
37. Memorial Service for Hildegard Peplau, 1999
38. Memorial Service for Mary Jane Venger Cutler, 1005
39. Memorial Service for Alumni, 2004-2005
40. Obituaries of Myra Levine, Verginia Henderson, 1996
41. Newspaper article about donations, 1997
42. “Centennial” Photographs, [1 of 2]
43. “Centennial” Photographs, [2 of 2]
44.  Photograph of Mary Norma O’Hara, Lavinia L. Dock, and unidentified woman, ca. 1900s
45. Photographs of various TC Alumni at Events, 2003-2007
46. Early Materials on Public Health Nursing, 1902-1947 [1 of 2]
47. Early Materials on Public Health Nursing, 1902-1947 [2 of 2
48. Symposium on Identity and Genocide, undated


Box 31: Financial Information: RESTRICTED


1. Active Assets Account, 1986
2. Active Assets Account, 1987-1988
3. Active Assets Account, 1989-1990
4. Active Assets Account, 1997
5. Active Assets Account, 1998-2000
6. Bank Statements, 1979
7. Bank Transactions, 1980
8. Bills paid, 1987
9. Budget, 1981
10. Budget materials, 1984-1985
11. Budget, 1993-1994
12. Budget status reports, 1997
13. Budget Reports, 1998
14. Budget Summary Reports, 1998-1999
15. Budget Proposal, 1998
16. Budget Proposal, 1999
17. Budgets for Committees, 1998-1999
18. Costs associated with TCNEAA Banner, 1999
19. Active Assets Account, 1993
20. Estate of Ruth E. Brong, 2000
21. Estate of Ina T. E. Mahon, 2001
22. Expenses, 1977
23. Expenses, 1979
24. Expenses, 1999
25. Finance Reports, 1961-1965
26. Finance Committee, 1978-1980
27. Financial Reports, 1988
28. Financial Reports, 1996-1997
29. Investment Guidelines, 1998
30. IRS, 1997-1999
31. Active Assets Account, 1996
32. NYS “Not for Profit” Document, 1987
33. Profit & Loss Statements, 11/1999-08/2000
34. Request for IRS Tax Exempt Status, 1998
35. Safe Deposit Box, 1998
36. Isabel Maitland Stewart Research Professorship Fund, undated
37. Tax Exempt Application, 1998
38. NYS Tax Exempt Certificate, 1998
39. Treasurer’s Report, 1978-1980
40. Treasurer’s Report, u/1/1995-4/8/1996


Box 32: Stewart Research Conferences, 1959-1999


1. Achivement Award Recipients & R. Louise McManus Medal Recipients, 1966-1980
2. Isabel Maitland Stewart Fund, 1959-1961
3. Isabel Maitland Stewart Fund, 1974-1979
4. Conference Planning Materials, 1980
5. Conference Planning Materials, 1981
6. Planning Committee, 1982
7. Conference Planning Materials, 1983
8. Conference Committee, 1984
9. Planning Committee, 1985
10. 22nd Stewart Conference, 1985
11. Planning Committeee, 1986-1987
12. Planning Committee Minutes, 1987-1988
13. 25th Anniversary Stewart Conference Materials, 1988
14. Conference Planning Materials, 1988-1989
15. Stewart Conference Program, 1989
16. Nursing Service Award, 1989
17. Planning Committee, 1990
18. Stewart Conference, 1990-1991
19. Stewart Conference, 1991-1992
20. Planning Committee, 1992 [1 of 2]
21. Planning Committee, 1992 [2 of 2]
22. Conference Materials, 1992
23. Planning Committee, 1993-1994
24. Conference Materials, 1993
25. Conference Planning Materials, 1993-1994
26. Planning Committee, 1998
27. Abstenct Mailing List, 1994-1995
28. Conference Planning Materials, 1995 [1 of 2]
29. Conference Planning Materials, 1995 [2 of 2]
30. Conference Planning Materials, 1996
31. Conference Planning Materials, 1997 [1 of 3]
32. Conference Planning Materials, 1997 [2 of 3]
33. Conference Planning Materials, 1997 [3 of 3]
34.. Conference Planning Materials, 1998 [1 of 3]
35. Conference Planning Materials, 1998 [2 of 3]
36. Conference Planning Materials, 1998 [3 of 3]
37. McManus Meda Recipient: Laura S. Simms, 1998
38. Conference Planning Materials, 1995
39. Conference DEU Application, 1999


Box 33: Stewart Research Conferences, 2000-2007


1. Conference Planning Materials, 2000
2. Conference Evaluation, 2000
3. Conference Planning Materials, 2001
4. McManus & Achievement Award Winners, TCNEAA Hall of Fame Inductees, 2001 [1 of 2]
5. McManus & Achievement Award Winners, TCNEAA Hall of Fame Inductees, 2001 [2 of 2]
6. Book of Abstracts from Conference, 2001
7. Stewart Conference, 2002
8. Literature from Danis Nurses Assoc. in recognition of Christiane Reimann (1988-1979) TCNEAA Hall of Fame Inductee, 2002
9. Stewart Awards Dinner Photographs, 2001 [ 1 of 2]
10. Stewart Awards Dinner Photographs, 2001 [ 2 of 2]
11. 40th Annual Stewart Conference, 2003 [1 of 3]
12. 40th Annual Stewart Conference, 2003 [2 of 3]
13. 40th Annual Stewart Conference, 2003 [3 of 3]
14. Stewart Awards Dinner Photographs, 2004 [ 1 of 2]
15. Stewart Awards Dinner Photographs, 2004 [ 2 of 2]
16. 41st Annual Stewart Conference, 2004
17. 43rd Annual Stewart Conference, 2006
18. Conference Planning Materials, 2007
19. 44th Annual Stewart Conference, 2007


Box 34: Centennial Celebration 1889-1999


1. Alumni Awards Planning Committee, 1999
2. Planning Committee Brochure and Materials, 1999
3. Centennial Brochure, 1999
4. Centennial Budget (items & Expenditures)
5. Century of Influence Poster
6. Citations
7. Friends, Sponsors Ads/Registrations
8. Hall of Fame Inductees, A-K [1 of 2]
9. Hall of Fame Inductees, A-K [2 of 2]
10. Historical Sketch of the Origins of NNEA
11. Honored Guests
12. Hotel Information
13. Centennial Memorabilia Price List and Solicitation Letters
14. Proposal for Collection of Oral Histories: A Century of Influence
15. Transcripts of the videos [SEE ALSO VIDEO BOX 35]
16. Planning Committee Minutes, 1997-1999
17. Program sponsors of the Centennial Celebration
18. registration and Attendance Lists
19. Thank You notes from Participants
20. Speaker Consent Forms
21. Awards Dinner, D. J. Mancino’s Correspondence and Materials [1 of 3]
22. Awards Dinner, D. J. Mancino’s Correspondence and Materials [2 of 3]
23. McManus Medal, Achievement Award Winners and Hall of Fame Inductees, 2001; D. J. Mancino’s Correspondence and materials [3 of 3]
24. Video Project, Helen Fuld Health Fund
25. Video Production Correspondence and costs
26. Centennial Photographs
27. Centennial Planning Committee Materials
28. Photographs of Awards Dinner [1 of 2]
29. Photographs of Awards Dinner [2 of 2]
30. R. Louise McManus Award Centennial Recipients


Box 35: Video Record of Centennial Celebration: 9 October 1999 (VHS Tapes)

             NEAA Centennial Conference Reception: A Century of Influence


1. NEAA Centennial Conferece: Krainovich-Miller Welcome; M. Patricia Donohoe
2. NEAA Centennial Conferece: M. Patricia Donohoe (con’t); Barbara Peterson
3. NEAA Centennial Conferece: Barbara Peterson (con’t)
4. NEAA Centennial Conferece: Panel Discussion: “Beyond Midcentury,” M. Louise Fitzpatrick moderator
5. NEAA Centennial Conferece: Panel (con’t)
6. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel (con’t)
7. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel (con’t); Arthur Levine; Audience shots
8. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel Discussion: “Nursing Education, Service, Administration, Research;” Eileen Zungolo, moderator
9. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel (con’t)
10. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel (con’t); Krainovich-Miller’s introduction to Lucille Joel and next panel discussion: “Nursing History: The Federal Secor & Internationsl Dimension.”
11. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel (con’t)
12. NEAA Centennial Conferece:  Panel (con’t); Audience Questions/Comments
13. NEAA Centennial Conferece: Panel (con’t); Audience Questions/Comments
14. NEAA Centennial Conferece: Diane Mancino presentation to Cathryne A. Welch and Barbara Krainovich-Miller; Remarks by Kathleen O’Connell
15. NEAA Centennial Conferece:


Box 36: Awards & Miscellaneous


1. Annual Awards, 1975
2. Award Recipients, 1982
3. Alumni Awards, 1985
4. Awards Dinner, 1985
5. Alumni Awards, 1985-1986
6. Annual Awards, 1986-1989
7. Awards Criteria, 1990
8. Awards Dinner, 1990
9. Annual Awards, 1993-1996
10. Alumni Reception, 1997
11. Annual Awards, 1998 [1 of 3]
12. Annual Awards, 1998 [2 of 3]
13. Annual Awards, 1998 [3 of 3]
14. Awards, 2000
15. Achievement Awards Dinners Cumulative Lists, 1965-2000
16. Awards Dinner Photographs, 2003
17. Distinguished Member Award Criteria
18. Annual Awards Dinner Materials, 2001
19. Plaque from the American Nurses Foundation to NEAA for support of Capital Campaign, 1990-1992


Box 37: East Harlem Nursing & Health Services Field Project


1. Incorporation Papers, 1928; History; Bylaws
2. Sale of Property and Disposition of Other Assets, 1941
3. Educational Materials
4. Income Tax Reports & Correspondence, 1925-1944
5. Finance Reports, 1921-1926
6. Invoices & Legal Correspondence, 1934-1944
7. Nutrition Program
8. Bank Statements, 1941-1945
9. Correspondence, 1922-1927
10. Materials for Future Planning Meeting
11. A Summary Report of the Maternity Services, 1933-1937
12. Report of Activities for FY December 1, 1937-November 30, 1938
13. Letters re: financial Support, 1936
14. Board Minutes, 1922-1941
15. The First Five Years, 1923-1927
16. Insurance and other Organizational Papers, 19399-1944
17. The Teaching Services, April 1, 1930-October 1, 1931
18. Committee on Field Needs of Phublic Health Students, 1937-1938
19. Rport of Student Services, September 1, 1937-August 31, 1938
20. The Field Training Program
21. A Report of Student Services for the Academic Year, Sept. 1, 1938-August 31, 1939
22. A Report of Student Services for the Academic Year, Sept. 1, 1939-August 31, 1940
23. A Report of Student Services for the Academic Year, Sept. 1, 1940-May 31, 1941
24. Present-day Opportunities for Advanced Field Experience; Public Health Nursing Students in Universities
25. Activities Report, December 1, 1931-November 30, 1932
26. Committee on Future Plans Material
27. Letters on Dissolution, 1944
28. 13th Annual Report: Society of Superintendents, 1907
29. 14th Annual Report: Society of Superintendents, 1908
30. 16th Annual Report: Society of Superintendents, 1910
31. 17th Annual Report: Society of Superintendents, 1911
32. 18th Annual Report: Society of Superintendents, 1912

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