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College Hospital

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1 SCI to bring new health center for sick, sick students
Frisbie--Jack Dwayne (Class of 1961 and 1969)
College Eye 52:36, p.1
6/30/1961 Lengthy description of the new building; sixteen hospital beds; clinic; nurses' quarters; health services have been quartered in large farmhouse south of Baker Hall since the 1920s; photo.
2 Staff appointments made at I. S. T. C.
Public Relations News Release 1960:4, p.1
8/16/1960 Professor William Lang announces the appointment of six faculty and staff members to the department of education, curriculum laboratory, Price Laboratory School, Bartlett Hall, and the college hospital.
3 Health Service Provides Medical Advice and Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.91
6/1/1960 The Student Health Service is directed by Dr. V. D. French and assisted by Dr. S. C. Henn; Photo. Both doctors are provide medical advice and assistance to students at the Health Center and the College Hospital. Health records of all ISTC students are kept on file at the Health Center.
4 Health Service Offers Flu and Polio Shots
Old Gold 0:0, p.97
6/1/1959 At the Student Health Service, tuberculosis skin tests, smallpox boosters, flu shots, and polio shots are given; the College Hospital, which employs registered nurses is also operated by the Student Health Service; photo.
5 Tear down old, build up new for progress on TC campus
College Eye 46:31, p.1
5/20/1955 Contract awarded for dormitory addition that will join Seerley and Baker Halls; old detention hospital will be razed; was one of three farmhouses acquired when ISTC acquired 40 acres west of the Campanile.
6 Reveal functions of health center
College Eye 43:37, p.3
7/18/1952 Dr. Gamet issues report summarizing functions and facilities of the Health Center; photo.
7 special services
Old Gold 0:0, p.37
6/1/1951 Brief description of the hospital and food service; photo.
8 Injured player spends night in TC hospital
College Eye 41:8, p.1
11/4/1949 Ken Bengford, Morningside College, broke both bones in his left forearm at the recent football game.
9 Number of patients at hospital varies
College Eye 40:6, p.8
10/22/1948 Has ranged from one to ten recently.
10 Flu cases crowd hospital beds
College Eye 38:24, p.1
3/21/1947 Hospital crowded, so students must stay in their rooms as they recover from the flu.
11 Lois Sherman
Alumnus 30:4, p.14
10/1/1946 New superintendent of Sartori Memorial Hospital in Cedar Falls; was superintendent of nurses at the army hospital at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; was superintendent of the College Hospital. She is a graduate of the University of Iowa nursing school.
12 School health director discusses objections against the hospital
Durfee--Max L. (Health Services Staff)
College Eye 37:15, p.2
1/4/1946 Dr. Durfee makes the case for students to use the College Hospital when they are ill.
13 Building program planned
Public Relations News Release 1945:306, p.1
12/10/1945 The first buildings, using state funds, since 1925 will be a new Campus Laboratory School, College Hospital, Arts and Industries Building, and a Garage Building. The General Assembly has approve $905,000 for the projects.
14 New building construction
Public Relations News Release 1945:305, p.1
12/7/1945 $905,000 has been appropriated by the General Assembly for construction of a new Campus Laboratory School, an Arts and Industries Building, a College Health Service and Hospital Building, and a Garage Building.
15 Erection of four new buildings on college campus after end of war
College Eye 36:42, p.1
8/3/1945 May build health center, campus school, arts and industries building, and physical plant improvements.
16 Jinxed student becomes Durfee's steady customer
College Eye 36:20, p.3
2/9/1945 Beverly Dschuden has had a string of illnesses.
17 College asks for buildings; repairs and replacements also wanted
College Eye 36:12, p.1
12/1/1944 President Price outlines building and repair program to accommodate postwar enrollment.
18 Student health service available all hours says Doctor Durfee
College Eye 36:1, p.7
19 Student health service open at all hours Dr. Durfee announces
College Eye 35:32, p.2
6/2/1944 Description of services and facilities.
20 college hospital
Old Gold 0:0, p.206
6/1/1944 Photo.
21 Four nurses, two refrigerators now in health service
College Eye 34:29, p.3
5/7/1943 Refrigerators will replace ice box as place to store vaccines.
22 Hospital reporter gets the 'dope'
College Eye 33:42, p.3
7/31/1942 Student tells of stay in College Hospital.
23 What does this 'five days free hospitalization' mean?
College Eye 31:23, p.5
3/15/1940 Student talks about his experience in the College Hospital.
24 Students have use of three buildings for hospital needs
College Eye 27:43, p.2
5/15/1936 History of health services on campus.
25 Time served in hospital not dull
College Eye 27:31, p.2
2/14/1936 Quick look at some of the services offered in the College Hospital.
26 Reporter finds meaning of hospitality; stay at Teachers College hospital is equal to visit in gracious home
College Eye 25:8, p.1
7/28/1933 Reporter tells about pleasant stay in College Hospital.
27 Health Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1933 History; began in 1909 when President Seerley move into his new home; photos.
28 Student Health Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1932 Description of the Student Health Service; photo of director.
29 The hospital board met for its annual dinner
College Eye 21:42, p.5
8/8/1930 Roster of attendees.
30 Hospital slightly damaged by fire
College Eye 20:2, p.1
9/20/1928 Lightning causes minor damage.
31 Parsons football man expresses thanks
College Eye 19:14, p.5
12/7/1927 Football player thanks I. S. T. C. students and college authorities for care and visits while in the College Hospital.
32 Five students
College Eye 17:40, p.5
4/14/1926 Five students treated at College Hospital.
33 Students confined
College Eye 17:35, p.3
3/3/1926 Rebecca Walker, Florence Brown, and Luella Hulme spent time in the hospital during the past week.
34 The hospital list
College Eye 17:34, p.3
2/24/1926 Four women were hospitalized this week.
35 The sick list
College Eye 17:33, p.3
2/17/1926 Verna Keniston, Germaine Dunn, Marguerite Reese, and Edna Brutsman.
36 The college hospital unit
College Eye 17:8, p.1
7/22/1925 Photo.
37 Head of College Hospital resigns
College Eye 16:15, p.8
12/10/1924 Emma Thomas resigned and Miss Dean has arrived to replace her.
38 College Hospital now moved to new location
College Eye 16:12, p.2
11/19/1924 Facilities include general hospital, isolation home, and office for staff; old building will be used as Home Economics Cottage.
39 Improvements are made on campus during the year; new girls' dormitory and hospital head list
College Eye 16:7, p.1
10/17/1924 Notes College Hospital, addition to Bartlett Hall, and prospects for men's dormitory and Campanile.
40 New hospital of I.S.T.C.
College Eye 16:3, p.1
9/17/1924 College Hospital almost ready for use; description of facilities; photo.
41 Miss Vernette Wood
College Eye 15:11, p.8
11/14/1923 Is now a nurse at the college hospital.
42 Wilma Livy
College Eye 15:5, p.8
10/3/1923 Is ill at the College Hospital.
43 New buildings for Teachers College
College Eye 14:11, p.7
5/24/1922 Plans include an addition to Bartlett Hall, a men's dormitory, a natural science building, a new power plant, tennis courts, and an athletic field.
44 Hospital notes
College Eye 12:18, p.8
1/19/1921 Vera Duncan has had rheumatism; several students have had small pox.
45 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 11:9, p.4
11/12/1919 Praises Clarence Brown's performance on the football field; suggests needed building improvements at I. S. T. C.
46 Mrs. Anna Potter
College Eye 10:1, p.3
5/7/1919 College Hospital manager has been ill and will recuperate in Colfax; Matilda Wild will fill her place.
47 Photos
Old Gold 0:0, p.73
6/1/1917 Photos of the President's House, the College Hospital, and other campus scenes.
48 Detention hospital closed
College Eye 8:28, p.8
5/9/1917 Hospital closed last week for the first time since Christmas.
49 Miss Margaret Hagan
College Eye 7:6, p.7
10/27/1915 Is in the hospital due to a severe case of appendicitis.
50 Miss Helen Diets
College Eye 7:5, p.7
10/20/1915 Has been ill in the college hospital.


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