|Building that was Southwell - Lost Hospitals of London|
Lost Hospitals of London website provides the following description:
The Hospital had 26 beds and an operating theatre. The wards contained a varying amount of beds, depending on the size of the rooms. The largest had 9 beds and there were a number of single rooms. The beds were covered with light green quilts, which harmonised with crimson screens.
On the ground floor were the drawing room, furnished with comfortable chairs, and the dining room ...The hospital was run under the auspices of the Australian Red Cross.
|St Albans Convalescent Home - AWM|
|Sisters on the steps of St Albans - AWM|
Janet was a staff nurse at No 3 AAH Dartford during 1918. The diary of Matron Pocock contains references to sisters who were ill, especially those with influenza, leaving or returning from St Albans.
Lost Hospitals of London website - Southwell
Lost Hospitals of London website - St Albans
British Journal of Nursing vol 59 14 July 1917 p 21 - website
Australian War Memorial website - photographs of St Albans Convalescent Home
Diary of Mary Ann Pocock (Dartford) - Australian War Memorial website