Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing
Good Samaritan Hospital was the first private hospital in North Carolina built exclusively for the treatment of Charlotte’s black citizens, and is one of the oldest of its kind in the United States.
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- Finding Aid of the Good Samaritan Hospital, Inc. (Charlotte, NC), Minutes and General Records, 1891-1960 at the State Archives of North Carolina
- St. Leo's Hospital ephemera and alumni [digital collection]. Held by Cone Health Medical Library in the Robert L. Phillips Collection, 1869-2003. Available online through Gateway.
- 1915, Jul 21. Good Samaritan Commencemnt. The Charlotte Observer. Charlotte, North Carolina.
- 1922, May 30. Penick Preaches Sermon to Grads. The Charlotte News, p.7. Charlotte, North Carolina.
- 1935, Jun 05. Negro Nurses to Graduate, Good Samaritan Hospital Will Hold Its Commencement Exercises Tonight. The Charlotte Observer, p.16. Charlotte, North Carolina.
- 1948, Sep 08. At Good Samaritan School: Hospital to Admit Preclinical Group. The Charlotte Observer, p.15. Charlotte, North Carolina.
- 1949, May 13. Diplomas Given to 13 Nurses, Exercises for Students of Good Samaritan School of Nurses Conducted. The Charlotte Observer, p.12. Charlotte, North Carolina.