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Magna Charta Tillotson
School of Nursing

Magna Charta Tillotson, B.S., R.N., Instructor and Assistant to Director of Nursing

B.S., Cornell University, 1917; Vassar Training Camp for Nurses, June 1918; Diploma, University of Michigan Hospital School for Nurses, 1920.

Teacher of Homemaking, High School, Gilbertsville, New York, 1917-18; Instructor, University of Michigan Hospital School for Nurses, 1920-23; Instructor, Newton Hospital Training School for Nurses, 1923-25; Assistant to Director of Nursing, University of Michigan Hospital, 1925-27.