A double-spaced typed report of 135 pages titled: "Pfefferkorn Study. [Los Angeles County General Hospital]". National League
of Nursing Education, New York. Blanche Pfefferkorn, at the time Director, Department of Studies, National League of Nursing
Education, conducted a study of the nursing service provided in the Los Angeles County Hospital and the Los Angeles Osteopathic
Hospital; and, since student nurses from the County General Hospital School of Nursing were receiving clinical training in
the institution, the School of Nursing is included in the report's recommendations.
Blanche Pfefferkorn (1884-1961) received her nursing diploma from the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses' Training School in 1911,
and a BS degree from Columbia University in 1916. In 1928 she earned an MA in educational research from Columbia Teachers
Cite as: [Identification of item], Pfefferkorn study of the Los Angeles County General Hospital (Manuscript Collection no.
21), History & Special Collections for the Sciences, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
Collection is open for research