Nurses and the U.S. Navy, 1917-1919
Scenes in Nurses' Quarters



This page features scenes in Naval Hospital Nurses' Quarters during the World War I era.

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Photo #: NH 60306

U.S. Naval Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana


Nurses playing cards, reading and relaxing on the screened porch of the nurses' quarters, circa 1918.
Note Japanese lanterns and exposed electrical wiring.

U.S. Naval History & Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 42353

U.S. Naval Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana


Living room in Nurses' Quarters, circa 1918.
Note wicker furniture and phonograph.

U.S. Naval History & Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 71782

U.S. Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Illinois


Nurses reading and relaxing in the nurses' quarters, during World War I.
Note piano at right.

Donated by Mrs. D.M. Corn, Las Cruces, NM, in memory of Dr. K.L. Rosencrance, 1970.

U.S. Naval History & Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 97244

U.S. Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia


Nurses with dog and flag, at the Hospital's Nurses' Quarters, Elks Home, Portsmouth, Virginia, during World War I.

Collection of Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Elizabeth Leonhardt, USN(NC).

U.S. Naval History & Heritage Command Photograph

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