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Claudia Pinkard McBride Interview Summary

Identifier: MSS 0096

Scope and Contents

This summary of McBride's professional nursing career is based on an oral interview done by the Eden Branch of the American Association of University Women. Jane Norwood and Ann Parker conducted the interview.


  • 1987


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Biographical or Historical Information

Claudia Pinkard McBride was a nurse in the Eden area of Rockingham County. She completed her nurse's training in 1934, spent her carerr working in doctors' offices and hospitals, and retired in 1976.


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Claudia Pinkard McBride worked as a nurse in Rockingham County, North Carolina from 1934 to 1976. This summary of McBride's professional nursing career is based on an oral interview done by the American Association of University Women.

Method of Acquisition

School of Nursing transferred to University Archives in 1988.

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