Delpha Greaves Allen describes her recollections and experiences with the Dee School of Nursing, including the cadet nursing corps, the nightly curfew, recycling needles and the capping ceremony. The interview took place on July 22, 2008.
Faye Longhurst Ball, a 1946 graduate from the Dee School of Nursing, recounts her memories of the school, including fellow students, classes, rules, and uniforms. The interview took place on July 17, 2008.
Frank K. Bartlett discusses 50 years of medical practice in Ogden, including during the Depression, starting the first laboratory in the basement of the Dee Hospital, and trying to cure disease without antibiotics. He also talks about finance and the stock market before, during, and after the Depression, and building a house for very little during those years. The interview took place circa 1960s.
Ruth Donaldson Brown talks of her experiences at the Dee School of Nursing. She discusses the shortage of nurses and doctors during World War II, receiving her stripes during the capping ceremony, and her career as a nurse. The interview took place on August 8, 2008.
Bertie Olsen Young Criddle shares details of her nursing career, starting with graduating from the Dee School of Nursing in 1951. She discusses the types of classes taught at the Dee Hospital, including Nursing Arts. The interview took place on October 20, 2008.