By Kenneth M. Koyle ~ The origin of the Memorial Day observance in America is disputed, with several states and communities claiming primacy as the
By Elizabeth Fee and Mary E. Garofalo Florence Nightingale was born on May 12, 1820 of wealthy British parents who expected her to do all
By Susan Speaker May is Mental Health Month, an annual opportunity to raise public awareness about mental health problems and reduce the stigma associated with
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Robert Gottlieb. Robert is a writer and editor, and the author of Sarah: The Life of Sarah Bernhardt; Balanchine: The
By Jill L. Newmark ~ “…the sight of his uniform stirred the faintest heart to faith in the new destiny of the race, for Dr.
By Kenneth M. Koyle ~ When the United States entered the “Great War” in April of 1917, doctors and nurses were among the first volunteers
By Jeffrey S. Reznick and Lenore Barbian Incarnations of a Bulletin The daily condition reports on the President’s health reached anxious readers around the nation
EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 6, 1881. 12.30 P. M. The President remains quite as comfortable as at the date of the last bulletin. He takes his