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Alma Miller
School of Nursing

Alma Miller, R.N., A.B., Assistant Instructor in Principles and Practice of Nursing.

Diploma, University of Michigan Hospital School of Nursing, 1934; A.B., Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, 1932.

Staff Nurse, University of Michigan Hospital, December 1934 to September 1935; Assistant Instructor in Principles and Practice of Nursing, University of Michigan Hospital School of Nursing, October 1935 to August 1936; Assistant to Director of Nursing, University Hospital, September, 1936-1940.
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