Bailey, Annie J 1978-11-20

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Annie J. Bailey, a nurse, discusses early medical care on the South Plains.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name:Annie J. Bailey

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Date: November 20, 1978

Location: Lamesa, Texas

Interviewer: Bobby Weaver

Length: 55 minutes


Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Matador, Texas, birthplace, W. E. Gaines, father, Land filed (1902), Homes built, Education, Lamesa, Texas, West Texas Normal (1915), Nursing School, Post, Texas, Lubbock, Texas, hospital opened (January 1, 1918), First location, Nurses' housing, Blizzard victims (1918), Flu epidemic (1918), Pneumonia treatments, Facilities and doctors at hospital, Nursing career, House call procedures, Calls and operations out of town, Medical needs in country, Births, Home remedies, Broken bones, Neighbors help

Tape 1, Side 2:

Drug store,

Drugs, Post office, Christmas gifts, Doctors compounding drugs, R. I. Lindsey, First Registered Pharmacist, Lindsey family, Brief history, Red Cross (December, 1919), Home nursing and hygiene courses taught, Lamesa, Texas, Del Rio, Texas,, Bracketville, Texas, Classes organized, Marriage (1920)

Range Dates: 1915-1920

Bulk Dates: 1915-1920


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