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Truck in the Armistice ...
1918-11-11
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Truck in the Armistice parade, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date 1918-11-11
Description A truck decorated with flags from United States, France, and Great Britain for the Armistice parade in Kalamazoo, Michigan on November 11, 1918. Truck is sponsored by the Kalamazoo State Hospital and has 17 passengers standing on the flat bed and a driver. Some names are written on the back of the photo, identifying some of the people standing on the flat bed of the truck, including: Harold Garrison, Mrs. Seeley, Mr. Coleman, Miss Murphy, and Miss Keller. “Armistist 1918” is hand written on the lower right of the photograph.
Two men standing beside...
ca. 1915
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Two men standing beside a Kalamazoo State Hospital vehicle, Michigan
Date ca. 1915
Description Two unidentified men standing beside a flat bed truck with a box labeled with Kalamazoo State Hospital. In the truck bed are two large wooden barrels. Behind the men and truck is one of the state hospital buildings. The Kalamazoo State Hospital, founded as the Michigan Asylum for the Insane, was renamed in 1911 and later became known for pioneering improved medical treatment of mentally ill patients. The hospital also was a pioneer in the creation of nursing and occupational therapy programs.
Two men standing in fro...
ca. 1911
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Two men standing in front of male T.B. (tuberculosis) ward, Kalamazoo State Hospital, Michigan
Date ca. 1911
Description Two men in long coats standing in front of the male tuberculosis ward next to Burns Cottage at the Kalamazoo State Hospital. Outside the ward is a laundry bin and broom.
T.B. (tuberculosis) war...
ca. 1915
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title T.B. (tuberculosis) ward, Kalamazoo State Hospital, Michigan
Date ca. 1915
Description Male tuberculosis ward and expansion behind Burns Cottage at the Kalamazoo State Hospital, Michigan.
Group photograph of nur...
ca. 1928
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title Group photograph of nurses at the Kalamazoo State Hospital, Michigan
Date ca. 1928
Description Kalamazoo State Hospital nurses, in uniform and caps, gathered outside. Names included on the back of the photograph include (order uncertain): Marie Marr, Margaret Madden, Wadeen Reddinger, Alma Allen, Mrs. Daalder, Bessie Van Trease, Krueger, Lucy Clark, Mrs. Hathaway, Mrs. Murphy, Viola McKinnon, Bertha Gay, Muriel Lawrence, La Monk, Ruth Stuart. Kalamazoo State Hospital, founded as the Michigan Asylum for the Insane, was renamed in 1911 and later became known for pioneering improved medical treatment of mentally ill patients. The hospital also was a pioneer in the creation of nursing and occupational therapy programs.
Fairmount Hospital and State Hospital, exterior
Fairmount Hospital and ...
1958-08
Kalamazoo; Michigan
[Hospitals--Michigan--K...
 
Date 1958-08
Location Kalamazoo; Michigan
Subject [Hospitals--Michigan--Kalamazoo, State hospitals--Michigan--Kalamazoo, Psychiatric hospitals--Michigan--Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo State Hospital (Mich.), Fairmount Hospital (Kalamazoo, Mich.)]
Client [Drug Shop (Kalamazoo, Mich.), Morris, S. Kyle]
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