The Homeopathic Hospital, University of Michigan / BL000069

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Title
The Homeopathic Hospital, University of Michigan
Date
1900 (ca.)
Collection Title
Postcard Collection
Collection Creator
Bentley Historical Library (collector)
Box / Drawer
1
Folder / Container / Volume
University of Michigan
Notes
Chamberlin & Austin, architecture firm. Two similar buildings built in 1891 on Catherine St. (The western building had a straight north facade; the eastern building had a rounded north facade). From 1891-1900, the western building housed the Homeopathic Hospital (also called the Medical Ward) and the eastern building housed the Allopathic Hospital (also called University Hospital). The western building was destroyed by fire in 1927 and the eastern building was removed in 1965. From 1891-1897, a small building between the two hospitals was used as a heating plant. In 1898, this building was renovated and served as a nurses residence until 1916.
On verso: "Catherine St. To the left originally the Homeopathic Hospital. To the right originally the Allopathic Hospital."
Genre
Postcards;
Item Number
BL000069
Source of Title
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Scan Source
4x5 b/w copy negative
Repository
Bentley Historical Library
Date Added/Updated
2013-11-22 00:51:21

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4302 x 2583
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427 KB
Record
BL000069
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"The Homeopathic Hospital, University of Michigan; BL000069". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl/x-bl000069/bl000069. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed December 06, 2022.