Ontario Hospital / Military Convalescent Hospital


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Decade:  1900 
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Barn Raising at "Bayside" 
Image  c.1901,   A black and white photograph of "Bayside" barn, located North of "Bayside" house. This picture shows the framework of the barn in the early stages of construction. The "Bayside" property was owned by William Gordon from 1838 to 1888. From 1888 until 1912, the farm was the home of John Smith. In...
John Smith's Barn at "Bayside" 
Image  August 1901,   A black and white photograph of "Bayside" barn, located north of "Bayside" house. This picture shows the completed barn. Several unidentified people are standing outside the barn and there is also a horse outside the barn. The "Bayside" property was owned from 1838 to 1888 by William Gordon. From...
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Ontario Hospital / Military Convalescent Hospital


This group contains photographs of the mental health facilities in Whitby, Ontario prior to 1949. The photos contained within this group detail: construction progress at Ontario Hospital at Whitby; construction workers and construction equipment; construction progress at the Military Convalescent Hospital; soldiers at the Military Convalescent Hospital; a visit by the Duke of Devonshire; theatre stage performances at the hospital; interior and exterior views of the hospital facilities and site, including some aerial views; portrait photographs of physicians who worked at the hospital; and group portraits of graduates from the School of Nursing.