Medicine is so broad a field, so closely interwoven with general interests, dealing as it does with all ages, sexes and classes, and yet of so personal a character in its individual applications, that it must be regarded as one of those great departments of work in which the cooperation of men and women is needed to fulfill all its requirements.

— Elizabeth Blackwell

If you can banish fear, nothing terribly bad can happen to you.

— Margaret Bourke-White

Faith is the subtle chain which binds us to the infinite.

— Elizabeth Oakes Smith