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Lillian E. Huber
School of Nursing

Lillian E. Huber, R.N., Instructor in Operating Room Technic, and Supervisor of Operating Rooms

Diploma, Waterbury Hospital School of Nursing, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1926.

Assistant Supervisor of Operating Rooms, Waterbury Hospital, 1926-1927; Head Nurse, Operating Rooms, University of Michigan Hospital, 1927-1928; Assistant Supervisor Operating Rooms, ibid., 1928-1929; Supervisor of Operating Rooms, ibid., and Instructor in Operating Room Technic, University of Michigan Hospital School of Nursing, 1929-1936.