World War I Questionnaires: Nurses

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World War I Questionnaires: Nurses
Help us uncover the heroic stories of World War I nurses by transcribing their questionnaires!
On 7 January 1919, Governor Davis created the Virginia War History Commission whose goal was “to complete an accurate and complete history of Virginia’s military, economic and political participation in the World War.” The Commission conducted a survey of World War I veterans in Virginia through a printed questionnaire. The soldiers and some of the nurses from WWI completed a four-page questionnaire, which can be found in our World War I Questionnaires collection on From the Page. However, a separate two-page questionnaire was explicitly designed for the WWI nurses. This collection contains the two-page form, any additional remarks or documents, and photographs of each nurse, if provided.

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Arrington, Harriett Lelia

Arrington, Harriett Lelia

2 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
Arrington, Harriett Lelia

Arrington, Harriett Lelia

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Barclay, Willie Ella

Barclay, Willie Ella

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Bishop, Edna Brearle

Bishop, Edna Brearle

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Bohlken, Lillian E

Bohlken, Lillian E

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 67% needs review
Bohlken, Lillian E

Bohlken, Lillian E

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Boland, Mary Margret McCallister

Boland, Mary Margret McCallister

4 pages: 100% transcribed, 75% needs review
Bond, Bessie Pearl

Bond, Bessie Pearl

2 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
Brush, Agnes

Brush, Agnes

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Colbath, Lucille Hollingsworth

Colbath, Lucille Hollingsworth

4 pages: 100% transcribed, 75% needs review
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