Lincoln Hospital School of Nursing
Lincoln Hospital (1901-1976) was a medical facility located in Durham, North Carolina founded to serve the African Americans of Durham County and surrounding areas.
- Reynolds, P. (2001). Durham’s Lincoln Hospital. Arcadia Publishers,Charleston, S.C.
- Clark, M.F. (August, 1916) "Of interest to nurses." Journal of the National Medical Association, 8(4), pp.203-205.
- Kenney, J.A. (1918) Some facts concerning Negro nurse training schools and their graduates: Journal of the National Medial Association, 11(2) 53-68.
- Shepard, C.H. (1930) The Lincoln Hospital. Journal of the National Medical Assn 22(3). pp 139-140. PMCID: PMC2625238.
- Watts, C. D. & Scott, F.W. (1965). Lincoln Hospital of Durham, North Carolina: A short history. Journal of the National Medical Association, 57(2), 177-83.
- Lincoln Hospital (Durham, N.C.) records, 1901-1998 and undated at Duke University Libraries Archives and Manuscripts.
- Lincoln Hospital (Durham, N.C.) Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938. [photograph] from UNC's Documenting the American South.
- Lincoln Hospital Children's Ward [photograph] from UNC's Documenting the American South.
- Foust Family Papers, 1920-1949 collection (CN03860) at UNC University Libraries Southern Historical Collection.
- 1916, May 12. The Nurses Will Receive Diplomas, Commencement Exercises of Lincoln Hospital Training School. Durham Morning Herald, p.2. Durham, North Carolina.
- 1954, Oct 23. John Sprunt Hill Delivers Address, Lincoln Hospital Nurses' Training School Exercises Last Night, Eight Graduates. The Pittsburgh Courier, p.25. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
- (n.d.) The Nurse Training School behan operation in 1903... (n.p.)
- (n.d.) Lincoln Hospital Graduates Fifteen Fom Nursing School In Commencement Rites. (n.p.)