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ca. 1896 - n.d.
Helen Waugh was born ca. 1896 and became a nurse in the United States. There are few known details about Waugh's life, although it is known that she was a practicing nurse in Portland, Oregon, before moving on to Hempstead, New York in 1939, where she was employed at St. Giles Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled Children.
Residence: Portland, Oregon, USA (1939)
Residence: Hempstead, New York (1939-n.d.)
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Medical nurse throughout the 1930s and 1940s.
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Most of what is known about Waugh is derived from letters she had written to Dr. Lawrence Broe of Haney, British Columbia.
Broe, Lawrence (4/4/1882 - 25/6/1949)
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CA MRM LB
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Broe, Lawrence is the friend of Waugh, Helen
Dates of relationship
1931 - 1947
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The full nature of the relationship between Waugh and Broe is unknown but it appears to have been a long-distance romance spanning over a decade. As all details have been inferred from the letters written to Broe, dates are approximate.
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Created: November 19, 2021
Created by Gordana Dimovska, Archivist. As details on Waugh's life are sparse, revisions are possible if more information comes to light.