Meetings of the Executive Committee of Woman's Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital of Maryland 1959-1961
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Other TitlesMinutes of Executive Committee of the Woman's Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital January July 1 1959 to September 20 1961.
Minutes of Board of Directors of Woman's Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital September 16 1959 to September 20 1961
KeywordWoman's Auxiliary of the University of Maryland Hospital
Executive Committee of the Woman's Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital of Maryland
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Women's Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital Records Finding AidWink, Tara (2018)The Women’s Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital Records contains materials relating to the operations and history of the organization which served the University of Maryland, Baltimore University Hospital and School of Medicine from 1887 to 1999. The Women’s Auxiliary Board of the University Hospital served as a fundraising and service arm of the University Hospital from its inception in 1887 until it was dissolved in 1999. This collection provides insight into the women who volunteered their time, money, and expertise to support the University Hospital and its patients. The records document an impactful organization in the history of the University of Maryland, Baltimore and its hospital.