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Aurilla J. Perry
School of Nursing

Aurilla J. Perry, R.N., Assistant Superintendent of Nurses and Instructor

Diploma, Hartford Hospital Training School for Nurses, Hartford, Connecticut, 1889; Course in Hospital Economics, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, 1905-1906.

Graduate Nurse, Fitch Home for Soldiers (America’s first veterans’ hospital), Darien, Connecticut, 1900; Superintendent, Prospect Heights Hospital Training School for Nurses, Prospect Heights, New York, 1907; Superintendent, Synodical Presbyterian Hospital Training School for Nurses, Waterloo, Iowa, 1910; Superintendent, Pacific Hospital Training School for Nurses, Los Angeles, California, 1912-13; Assistant Superintendent of Nurses, University Hospital, and Instructor, University of Michigan Training School for Nurses, Ann Arbor, 1915-16; Superintendent, Julia E. Burnham Hospital, Champaign, Illinois, 1917-20.