Ontario Hospital / Military Convalescent Hospital

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Year:  1913 
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Traveling Derrick at Building of Hospital 
Image  1913,   A black and white photograph of a traveling derrick on a narrow gauge railway. In the background are piles of pre-cast tile blocks. The men with the horses are: Harry "PUD" Watson and John Ridgley. The traveling derrick was used to transport materials during the building of the hospital.
Dormitories for Prisoners during building of Ontario Hospital Whitby (later known as Whitby Psychiatric Hospital), 1913 
Image  June 25, 1913,   ...These dormitories were for prisoners from the Guelph Reformatory who built the Ontario Hospital at Whitby from 1913 to 1916. This picture was printed in the Gazette and Chronicle newspaper on June 25, 1913....
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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.