Source: Trained Nurse and Hospital Review
Source type: journal
Document type: news column
Document title: “Department of Army Nursing”
Author(s): Kinney, Dita H.
Date of publication: November 1901
Volume number: 27
Issue number: 5
Pagination: 273-74 (excerpt below includes only page 274)
|Kinney, Dita H. “Department of Army Nursing.” Trained Nurse and Hospital Review Nov. 1901 v27n5: pp. 273-74.|
|George M. Sternberg.|
|“Dita H. Kinney, Superintendent Army Nurse Corps” (p. 273).|
Department of Army Nursing [excerpt]
We are overjoyed to report the Surgeon-General back at his desk, apparently much improved, having gained in weight, and his features wearing a becoming coat of ruddy tan. He seems glad to be again at work, though he speaks of an enjoyable trip. The death of the President came as a severe blow to him, as they were warm personal friends. He had heard of the shooting at Nagasaki, but the cablegrams were of such an encouraging nature that he was wholly unprepared for the dreadful ending of the tragedy, the news of which did not reach him until his arrival in San Francisco.