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Nursing Health, & Environment: Strengthening the Relationship to Improve the Public's Health Florence Nightingale on horseback with her friends (Mr. Bracebridge and others) on Cathcart's Heights near Sebastopol, May 1855. Sketched on the spot by her friend Selina Mills, afterward Lady Bracebridge. Lithograph made from the finished drawing by Lady Verney and Lady Anne Blunt. Privately issued. Property of Duke University Medical Center Library, History of Medicine Collections, Durham, NC.