Baker, Mary Kerr

Reference HB 107
Dates of Creation 1934–2001
Name of Creator Baker, Mary Kerr (British nurse : 1916- )
Language of Material English
Physical Description 0.1 metres

Scope and Content

Articles relating to her experiences as a nurse, 1984–2001
Correspondence, examination papers and other materials relating to training, 1934–1939

Administrative / Biographical History

Mary Kerr Baker, was born Mary Morton. She trained as a nurse at Stobhill General Hospital in Glasgow from 1935–1939. She qualified SRN, SCM in 1939. In 1977 she gained a BA from the Open University. Mary Baker was a Staff Nurse at Seafield Hospital in Ayr from 1939–1941 and then at Glasgow Public Health Department from 1941–1945. She was a Sister at Kirkcudbright Hospital from 1966–1970. Mary Baker retired to Sanquar.

Chronological within record series

Conditions Governing Access
No restrictions

Acquisition Information
Mrs Baker

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available
No known copies

Archivist's Note
Fonds level description compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 22 May 2019

Appraisal Information
This material has been appraised in line with standard procedures

Custodial History
Records held by Mrs Baker prior to transfer

None expected

Related Material
HB 50: Records of Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow