Rules of the Bush Nurse and Housekeeper Auxiliary, Women's Division of the Farme...

Name/Title

Rules of the Bush Nurse and Housekeeper Auxiliary, Women's Division of the Farmers' Union

About this object

Rules booklet; setting out the 'Rules and Regulations of the Bush Nurse and Housekeeper Auxiliary, 1928' for all branches of the (NZ) Women's Division of the New Zealand Farmer's Union (later known as Federated Farmers).

The Bush Nurse Scheme was intended to provide nursing care at a moderate cost to the rural community and was the forerunner to the state District Nurse Service. The Visiting Housekeeper Scheme was an effort on the part of the Women's Division of the Farmers' Union to provide a measure of relief for rural women when regular domestic help was inadequate.

Maker

Women's Division of the New Zealand Farmers' Union

Maker Role

Author

Date Made

1928

Place Made

New Zealand

Medium and Materials

processed material, paper

Measurements

Rule Book; l 138mm x w 110mm
small

Subject and Association Keywords

clubs/societies

Credit Line

From the collection of the Mataura and Districts Historical Society Incorporated.

Object Type

document

Object number

MT1993.99.11

Copyright Licence  

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