Collection Acc4782 - Mary Mullally Bradley fonds

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Mary Mullally Bradley fonds

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CA PCA Acc4782

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  • 1934-1937, 1950, 1987, [ca. 1997?]; Photocopied 2006 (Creation)
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    Bradley, Mary Joan

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.05 m of textual records
47 photographs

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Bradley, Mary Joan

Biographical history

Mary Joan (Mullally) Bradley was born in 1911 to James and Margaret Mullally. She was the youngest of three children and had two older siblings: a brother named Carroll (b. 1904) and a sister named Mary (b. 1908).

Mary grew up in Souris, Prince Edward Island. As a young woman she went to Charlottetown to study nursing. She graduated from the Charlottetown Hospital School of Nursing on 1 September 1937. At that time she was working at the Provincial Sanatorium and remained there until her marriage to Robert E. Bradley on 3 August 1938. Mary then left nursing and moved with her husband to 122 Hillsborough Street in Charlottetown.

With the outbreak of World War II, Mary went back to work. From 1939 to 1945 she did private duty nursing at both the Charlottetown and Prince Edward Island hospitals. Mary and Robert purchased their first home during this period, and moved into their house at 93 Upper Queen Street in 1942. In December 1945, Mary went to work at the Charlottetown Clinic and remained in this position until 1960. On 1 September 1987, Mary celebrated the golden jubilee of her graduation from the Charlottetown Hospital School of Nursing. The Class of 1937 reunion included a mass at Mount St. Mary

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The collection consists of several pieces of nursing memorabilia belonging to Mary (Mullally) Bradley, including newspaper clippings, a brief autobiography, two poems written for the class of 1937 reunion in 1987, an anonymous poem entitled "The Nurse," Mary's nursing license, and two texts which she acquired as a nursing student. The collection also contains one mounted photograph of the 1937 graduating class, one photograph of the class reunion in 1987, and a photo album from Mary's days as a nursing student at the Charlottetown Hospital. The album, dated ca. 1934-1937, contains some identified photographs.

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  • English

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NO RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS

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PERMISSION FOR USE AND REPRODUCTION IS REQUIRED FROM THE PUBLIC ARCHIVES AND RECORDS OFFICE; QUESTIONS REGARDING COPYRIGHT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER

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For a history of the Charlottetown Hospital School of Nursing program, please consult the 1991 publication "History of the Charlottetown Hospital School of Nursing and the Charlottetown Hospital" (Acc4224). More information about nursing education and the nursing profession on Prince Edward Island can be located through the Subject Index using the following headings: NURSES; NURSING - EDUCATION; and NURSING

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For preservation purposes, the newspaper clippings have been photocopied and the originals have been discarded

The ca. 1997 newspaper clipping appears to have been added to the fonds following Mary Mullally Bradley's death

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