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She graduated from the Maryland Homeopathic Hospital Training School for Nurses in and served as an army nurse during the Spanish-American War.
From toshe was a social health worker at the Locust Point School in Baltimore. Jean worked with many organizations concerned with public health, health education, and child health, and served as director of the Child Health Organization of America, toand of the Health Education Division of the American Child Health Association, to As a consultant in health education begining inshe advised on health programs in Belgium, the Philippines, China, Japan, the Panama Canal Zone, the Republic of Panama, and the Virgin Islands.
Jean served as a supervisor of health education for the United States Indian Service, toand as a consultant in health education for the University of Denver summer school, ; the Colorado River War Relocation Authority, Poston, Arizona, to ; and the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, to Jean was a member of the advisory education group of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and of many professional health education organizations.
She was the author of numerous articles and pamphlets on public health and health education and co-author of "Spending the Day in China, Japan, and the Philippines.
It includes correspondence with others in the profession, Jean's speeches and writings, and reports on public health and health education prepared by Jean as a to business and professional groups in the United States, China, Japan, the Philippines, Belgium, Panama, and the Virgin Islands. There is extensive material reflecting her work with American Indians, ; with Japanese-Americans at the Poston, Arizona, relocation center during World War II; as a public health nurse in Maryland; as director of the Child Health Organization of America and of the Health Education Division of the CHO's successor, the American Child Health Association.
Also included are reports and other material concerning the numerous national and international public health organizations of which Jean was a sally lucas jean biography and clippings, pamphlets, and other material about Jean and her work and about public health and health education in general.
This collection was transferred from the UNC-CH Health Sciences Library, which retains Jean's sally lucas jean biography library. A copy of the inventory of Health Science Library's Jean collection, and copies of correspondence with Jean about its sally lucas jean biography are filed in folders 36a and 36b.
Although the SHC staff refoldered some material, folder headings and contents generally reflect those at acquisition. It is unclear whether the headings were established by Jean or by the Health Sciences Library before transfer.
The SHC staff added a few headings for material that was unlabeled or unfoldered and arranged folders alphabetically.