61-64, 65-76, 77-80, 81-88, 89-96, 101-102, 103-112, 125-128, 141-144, 149-156, 157-166
- Addie Roberts. Nursing education and opportunities for the colored nurse (1928), pp. 61-64
- Stanley Rayfield, Majory Stimson, and Louise M. Tattershall. A study of Negro public health nursing, pp. 65-76
- Adda Eldredge. The need for a sound professional preparation for colored nurses, pp. 77-80
- Gage, Nina D, and Alma C. Haupt. Some observations on Negro nursing in the South, pp. 81-88
- Estelle G. Massey Riddle. The training and placement of Negro nurses, pp. 89-96
- Eola Lyons Taylor. The training of Negro nurses in the South, pp. 101-102
- Estelle Massey Riddle. Sources of supply of Negro health personnel: “nurses”, pp. 103-112
- Staupers, Mabel Keaton. The Negro nurse in America, pp. 125-128
- Staupers, Mabel Keaton. Story of the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses, pp. 141-144.
- Mary Elizabeth Lancaster Carnegie, “The Path We Tred”, pp. 149-156.
- Gloria R. Smith, “From Invisibility to Blackness: the Story of the National Black Nurses’ Association”, 157-161.