Margaret Mundie
Historic Saranac Lake Collection, 2021.4.
Margaret B. Mundie, R.N. was Head Nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital when she left to work at Trudeau Sanatorium in 1925. She was Head Nurse at Childs Infirmary in 1925, and by 1928 she was Head Nurse in charge of the Women's Floor of Ludington Memorial Infirmary. Miss Mundie held the position of Instructor and Assistant Director of Nursing from September 1, 1947 to September 30, 1948. Shortly after, she purchased a home at 14 South State Street, Vineland, NJ, with fellow nurse Miss F. Blanche Mann.

Source: Armstrong scrapbooks, Historic Saranac Lake Collection, 2021.4.  Volume 7: D. O. Mills Training School for Nurses.

Ticonderoga Sentinel, May 19, 1932

Child Killed by Car Sunday at Saranac Lake

Saranac Lake, May 16—Howard Stacey, 9, was killed and his sister, Katherine, 7, was seriously injured yesterday by a car driven by Miss Margaret Mundie, nurse at Trudeau sanatorium. The children were run down when they darted from behind a parked car in Main street into the path of Miss Mundie's car.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, October 22, 1948

The Social Mirror

Miss Blanche Mann and Miss Margaret Mundie of Trudeau left recently for Vineland, N. J., where they will make their home.