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Beatrice K. Sprague
School of Nursing

Beatrice K. Sprague, R.N., Instructor in Principles of Obstetrical Nursing, and Supervisor of Maternity Service

Diploma, University of Michigan Hospital School of Nursing, 1926. Taylor University, Upland, Indiana, 1919-1921; Postgraduate Course in Obstetrical Nursing, Woman’s Hospital, New York, November 1931 to March 1932.

Private Duty, 1926-1927; Assistant Supervisor, Convalescent Hospital, University of Michigan Hospital, 1928-1931; Night Supervisor, Convalescent Hospital and Maternity Service, ibid., January to November, 1931; Supervisor, Maternity Service, ibid., and Instructor in Obstetrical Nursing, University of Michigan Hospital School of Nursing, March 1932-1938.