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Collection Vertical File Photos
Catalog Number VF41
Object Name Print, Photographic
Description Built in 1911, St. Clair Hospital focused on serving Pennsylvania Railroad workers and their families. It was constructed by the St. Clair Company and incorporated under the laws of Ohio. The hospital also maintained a nursing school with a 2.5 years training program.
Located on St. Clair Avenue north of Mt. Vernon Avenue, the five-story building housed 30 beds and 2 operating rooms. Due to industrial changes in Columbus, the hospital was not needed and closed in 1940. These images were taken of the building in the 1990s.
Title St. Clair Hospital

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