History of Nursing in Pacific Canada

[Letter from Ethel Johns to Annabelle G. Brack] Johns, Ethel 1951-05-04

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 4519 Fifteenth Ave. West
Vancouver* Canada
Hay 4. 1951
Bear Urs Brack %
Please Bay I acknowledge and thank you for your letter dated April 2? and for the
draft managerIpte which arrived safely and in good order* ft was good of you to return
the© so promptly and they will be useful in the procese of revision.
It wag encouraging to hear that the recent meeting of the Iditorial Committee want off
so well and that my progress report apparently shed light on a few points concerning which
thero had ■evidently heen soma misunderstanding. It must have "been helpful to confer personally with Higg Pfefferkora and thus to obtain an idea of what the total content of the history is likely to bo*
So many changes have     place glM    early conferences with iirs iicfiaar that I hesitate to exi-regg any opinion concerning the suggestions pat fonmrd at that time* All tho;.o
were purely tentative and were intended only as a basis of discussion. Don't you think it
might be better bo disregard than entirely and to make a fresh ©tart by defining the areas
of responeibility in the light   I  .resent situation?
While I should be very grateful for any uei^  source Material that the Editorial Cooftittee
i* I do not think that I shall be doing any nore n inter viewing11. OSiat
.yk was practically completed before I left Baltimore and in this connection ilrs ilcficar
m&t  valuable assistance.
It rould be exalte in ordor for the Editorial Cooftlttee to sake recommendations regarding
illustrations, formt. publishers, etc.* but eiuce the question of cost ia involved the
ultimate decisions would., in my  judgement* rent with the History Casmittoe as a whole.
too have had horrid late frosts that lifted the tulips out of t:.    Mi but they
are blooming in spite of all although a bit short in the stems.
Good luck to you and your roses.
Sincerely yours
(Ethel Johns)


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