The plight of the matron; unknown; c.1990; BMHC_13073
The plight of the matronAbout this object
Handwritten and illustrated manuscript on oatmeal coloured, fibrous paper. The text has been written with a gold coloured paint pen, illustrations of flowers and decorative motifs also in paint.
The text outlines a number of the 'no win' situations encountered in work as the matron of a hospital.
The manuscript is framed in a plain hardwood frame.
c.1990Medium and Materials
wood, glass, metal, paper, paintMeasurements
662mm (h) x 540mm (w)Subject and Association Keywords
Belonged to Mary Vivian Wells (nee Freeman) who trained and worked as a nursing sister at the Launceston General Hospital and later, the Beaconsfield Hopsital, Tasmania.Object Type
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