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In 1965, Emma Jean Knapper, RN, became director of nursing. A Danville native, Knapper was something of a Geisinger legend. She graduated from and later served as director of Geisinger School of Nursing, and later became Geisinger’s first female executive vice president of operations. The Knapper Clinic community medicine facility on the Danville campus is named in her honor. Below, she is shown with a pair of high school guidance counselors at a Geisinger sponsored career day. ‪#‎TBT‬‪

In 1965, Emma Jean Knapper, RN, became director of nursing. A Danville native, Knapper was something of a Geisinger legend. She graduated from and later served as director of Geisinger School of Nursing, and later became Geisinger’s first female executive vice president of operations. The Knapper Clinic community medicine facility on the Danville campus is named in her honor. Below, she is shown with a pair of high school guidance counselors at a Geisinger sponsored career day. ‪#‎TBT‬‪

American Sisters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, Educators at York Catholic High School 1965

American Sisters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, Educators at York Catholic High School 1965

Leisure Suit: a casual suit consisting of a shirt-like jacket and matching trousers, 1970s fad

Leisure Suit: a casual suit consisting of a shirt-like jacket and matching trousers, 1970s fad

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I went to Catholic school back when the mass was in Latin and nuns were our teachers.

I went to Catholic school back when the mass was in Latin and nuns were our teachers.

1965 Ad Botany 500 Total Wardrobe Daroff Suit Coat Overcoat 60s Fashion YMMA3

1965 Ad Botany 500 Total Wardrobe Daroff Suit Coat Overcoat 60s Fashion YMMA3

Thomas Royer, M.D., Director of the Susquehanna Poison Center at Geisinger, presents “Poisoned Peter Rabbit” to area school children in 1975. Searching for ways to educate children about the dangers of common substances found in the home, Dr. Royer developed the puppet show, which was eventually seen by more than 25,000 kindergarten through grade five students. #TBT #Geisinger100

Thomas Royer, M.D., Director of the Susquehanna Poison Center at Geisinger, presents “Poisoned Peter Rabbit” to area school children in 1975. Searching for ways to educate children about the dangers of common substances found in the home, Dr. Royer developed the puppet show, which was eventually seen by more than 25,000 kindergarten through grade five students. #TBT #Geisinger100

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