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Ruth V. Hall
School of Nursing

Ruth V. Hall, R.N., Instructing Supervisor

Diploma, State Teachers’ College, Buffalo, New York, 1918; Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia, 1918; Columbia University, Summer Session, 1920; Diploma, School of Nursing, Children’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 1928.

Kindergarten Instructor, 1919-1925; Instructing Supervisor, Pediatrics Service, University of Michigan Hospital, 1929-1930.