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181. Godden, Phyllis. Phyllis Godden discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Godden, Phyllis. Phyllis Godden discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Godden entered The General Hospital School of Nursing in 1935 and graduated in 1938. She talks about why she chose nursing as a career and her training and experiences in nursing in Newfoundland.

182. Cupids 17, Burnt Head Loop, Cupids
 Cupids 17, Burnt Head Loop, Cupids Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Green trim of roof slightly visible through trees.

183. Griffin, Joan. Joan Griffin discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Griffin, Joan. Joan Griffin discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Griffin graduated from St. Clare's School of Nursing in 1947 and what school was like and being trained under nuns. She describes her experiences in nursing in Newfoundland.

184. LeGrow, Gwen. Gwen LeGrow discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. LeGrow, Gwen. Gwen LeGrow discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Gwen LeGrow discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

185. Bryant's Cove 4. Parsons, H. July 27, 2011. Crystal Braye interviews Heber Parsons about family root Bryant's Cove 4. Parsons, H. July 27, 2011. Crystal Braye interviews Heber Parsons about family root cellar, Bryant's Cove Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Heber Parsons talks about his ties to Bryant’s Cove; about his family root cellar and small farm; growing potatoes, carrot, turnip, beets, cabbage, and making hay; how the vegetables were stored in the cellar; maintenance of cellar; ventilation methods; locations of gardens or “spots”; using manure and capelin as fertilizer; composting; source of seeds; insects and rodents in cellar; talks about family gardens, drying potatoes and storing in cellar; changes in gardening practices as family matured; recalls horse drawn carriage that was stored in cellar; briefly describes annual gardening routine; addresses change from family self-sufficiency to purchasing required foods.

186. Penney, Helen, 2. Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Penney, Helen, 2. Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

187. Penney, Helen, 3. Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Penney, Helen, 3. Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

188. Penney, Helen, 1. Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Penney, Helen, 1. Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Helen Penney discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

189. Hennebury, Fabian, Sr.. Sr. Fabian Hennebury discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Hennebury, Fabian, Sr.. Sr. Fabian Hennebury discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Hennebury graduated from St. Clare's School of Nursing in 1942. She talks about the history of St. Clare's Hospital and tells stories about nursing school and nursing in Newfoundland.

190. Hibbs Root Cellar, Collapsed Roof Support, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Hibbs Root Cellar, Collapsed Roof Support, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Hibbs root cellar is owned by several family members who live on original family land on Jordan Place in Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. The cellar was built in 1920 by brothers Jake and Jordan Hibbs and was used until the 1960’s. The cellar has fallen into complete disrepair with the roof being removed in the early 1980’s for fear that children would get hurt. Today there is a huge evergreen that has grown up over the front entrance. It was built up high into a hillside with three sides surrounded by earth. It has a concrete foundation, and originally had an exterior and interior entrance with a roof made out of wood and sod with steel beam supports. Cellar measures approximately 4.5m x 3m. It was used to store vegetables that the family grew on the land which fed multiple families.

191. Hibbs Root Cellar, Collapsed interior from above, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Hibbs Root Cellar, Collapsed interior from above, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Hibbs root cellar is owned by several family members who live on original family land on Jordan Place in Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. The cellar was built in 1920 by brothers Jake and Jordan Hibbs and was used until the 1960’s. The cellar has fallen into complete disrepair with the roof being removed in the early 1980’s for fear that children would get hurt. Today there is a huge evergreen that has grown up over the front entrance. It was built up high into a hillside with three sides surrounded by earth. It has a concrete foundation, and originally had an exterior and interior entrance with a roof made out of wood and sod with steel beam supports. Cellar measures approximately 4.5m x 3m. It was used to store vegetables that the family grew on the land which fed multiple families.

192. Hibbs Root Cellar, Exterior Door, Portugal Cove, St. Phillips
 Hibbs Root Cellar, Exterior Door, Portugal Cove, St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Hibbs root cellar is owned by several family members who live on original family land on Jordan Place in Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. The cellar was built in 1920 by brothers Jake and Jordan Hibbs and was used until the 1960’s. The cellar has fallen into complete disrepair with the roof being removed in the early 1980’s for fear that children would get hurt. Today there is a huge evergreen that has grown up over the front entrance. It was built up high into a hillside with three sides surrounded by earth. It has a concrete foundation, and originally had an exterior and interior entrance with a roof made out of wood and sod with steel beam supports. Cellar measures approximately 4.5m x 3m. It was used to store vegetables that the family grew on the land which fed multiple families.

193. Hibbs Root Cellar, Collapsed with overgrown trees, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Hibbs Root Cellar, Collapsed with overgrown trees, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Hibbs root cellar is owned by several family members who live on original family land on Jordan Place in Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. The cellar was built in 1920 by brothers Jake and Jordan Hibbs and was used until the 1960’s. The cellar has fallen into complete disrepair with the roof being removed in the early 1980’s for fear that children would get hurt. Today there is a huge evergreen that has grown up over the front entrance. It was built up high into a hillside with three sides surrounded by earth. It has a concrete foundation, and originally had an exterior and interior entrance with a roof made out of wood and sod with steel beam supports. Cellar measures approximately 4.5m x 3m. It was used to store vegetables that the family grew on the land which fed multiple families.

194. Higgins, Joan. Joan Higgins discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Higgins, Joan. Joan Higgins discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Higgins graduated from The general Hospital School of Nursing in 1948. She talks about her training and time as an operation room (O.R) nurse, which includes scrubbing in for the first ever lobotomy done in Newfoundland.

195. Port Rexton Root Cellar 5
 Port Rexton Root Cellar 5 Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Hillside root cellar in Port Rexton

196. Port Rexton Root Cellar 3
 Port Rexton Root Cellar 3 Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Hillside root cellar in Trinity East

197. House, Mary. Mary House discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland House, Mary. Mary House discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing House graduated from The Grace Hospital School of Nursing in 1947 and describes her experiences training to be a nurse.

198. Lawrence Hutchings (Clousten), Jane. Jane Lawrence Hutchings (Clousten) discusses nursing practices in Lawrence Hutchings (Clousten), Jane. Jane Lawrence Hutchings (Clousten) discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Hutchings graduated from the Philip School of Nursing, Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Montreal. She talks about her time in nursing school and her experiences in nursing after returning to Newfoundland to work.

199. Burton, Jennie, 1. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Burton, Jennie, 1. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

200. Burton, Jennie, 4. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Burton, Jennie, 4. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.
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