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Oral History of Caroline S. MacColl, 18-year member of Group Health Cooperative Board of Trustees

Caroline S. MacColl (1923-2007), a nurse with a master's degree in public health education from Columbia University, became involved with Group Health Cooperative in 1969 when she married Group Health...

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Oral History of Deborah H. Ward, Ph.D., member and chair of Group Health Cooperative Board of Trustees

This is an oral history of Deborah H. Ward, Ph.D., who was elected to the Board of Trustees of Group Health Cooperative in 1994 and has served three terms as chair. The interview was conducted by Kare...

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Oral History of Dorothy H. Mann, Ph.D., member and chair of Group Health Cooperative Board of Trustees

This is an oral history of Dorothy H. Mann, Ph.D., who was elected to the Board of Trustees of Group Health Cooperative in 1987 and served until 1996, including four terms as chair. The interview was ...

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Orr, Douglass Winnett M.D. (1905-1990), Father of Seattle Psychoanalysis

Douglass Winnett Orr helped found Seattle's Northwest Clinic of Psychiatry and Neurology and the Blakeley Psychiatric Group in the 1940s. He was the founder, with Edith Buxbaum (1902-1982), of the Sea...

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Owen, Frances Penrose (1900-2002)

Frances Owen served on the Seattle School Board, and on the boards of the Children's Orthopedic Hospital, the Ryther Child Center, and the National Child Welfare League. She chaired the women's divisi...

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Pennington, W. J. "Jerry" (1919-1985)

Jerry Pennington's primary career was as a newspaperman, working his way up in The Seattle Times from accountant to publisher and chief executive officer. His leadership garnered national recognition ...

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Pharmacy in Washington State: A History

Pharmacy has evolved considerably since its days in Washington state in the nineteenth century. From small community pharmacies that sold pharmacist-compounded prescriptions derived primarily from pla...

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Pharmacy in Washington State: The Retail Business

Retail pharmacy has grown during Washington’s history from small (and occasionally haphazard) operations, sometimes run out of grocery stores or doctor’s offices, into a sophisticated industry han...

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Pinel Foundation Psychiatric Hospital (Seattle), 1948-1958

In September 1948 the Pinel Foundation was established in Seattle and shortly thereafter it opened a psychiatric hospital at 2318 Ballinger Way in Shoreline. The foundation's core goal was to provide ...

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Queer History in Seattle, Part 2: After Stonewall

The Stonewall Rebellion of late June 1969, in which New York City patrons of the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street spontaneously rioted against routine police harassment, is often thought of as the ...

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Reliance Hospital (Seattle)

The Reliance Hospital was the first and only hospital in Seattle built primarily to serve a Japanese immigrant clientele. It opened in 1913 at 416 1/2 12th Avenue S and continued in operation until 19...

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Sacred Heart School of Nursing (Spokane)

The Sacred Heart School of Nursing was established in Spokane by the Sisters of Providence in 1898 and operated until its final class in 1973. It was the first nurse-training school in the Inland Nort...

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