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YEARS TO REMEMBER

We have chosen the theme "Years to Remember" for this final volume of THE GUARDIAN. This book represents a composite, historical review of the years 1919-1968, the forty-nine years existence of the Homer G. Phillips Hospital School of Nursing.

As you turn these pages, we hope they will bring back, and enhance many memories of your own experiences as a student nurse at "The G's."

To the Class of 1968, the 1000 graduates of Homer G. Phillips School of Nursing have made it a school of distinction. We hope as you accept the challenge of nursing, you'll be proud to be a Guardian.

Theresa Whiteside Vaughn, Editor

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To All The
GRADUATE NURSES
of the
ST. LOUIS CITY HOSPITAL #2
and the
HOMER G. PHILLIPS HOSPITAL SCHOOLS
of 
NURSING
1919 1968

Dedication

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