: Valerie Hart, Susan Henderson, Juliana L'Heureux & Ann Sossong,
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entered the Maine General School of Nursing in Portland in 1930.
One of nine children, her home was on a farm in Coburn, New Hampshire. Floyd
said that she always knew she did not want to be a teacher; she wanted to be a
nurse. The Depression did not have a major impact on her family. “We never had
a whole lot,” she said. She came to Maine General because a local physician
recommended the program. She did not recall the tuition, but as a student, she
was paid ...