Ontario Hospital / Military Convalescent Hospital


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Year:  1934 
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Aerial View of Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white aerial photograph of the buildings and road pattern at Ontario Hospital Whitby. From 1917-1919 this facility was the Military Convalescent Hospital.
School of Nursing Graduates, Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
ImageMysteries:  August 29, 1934,   A black and white photograph of Nursing Graduates at the Ontario Hospital Whitby. The fourth person from the left in the front row is Miss N.D. Fidler, Superintendent of Nurses. In 1934 the graduating classes of 1934 and 1935 graduated on the same day prior to a temporary closing of the School...
School of Nursing Graduates Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1935 
ImageMysteries:  August 29, 1934,   ...The graduating classes of 1934 and 1935 graduated on the same day prior to a temporary closing of the School of Nursing due to the Depression....
School of Nursing Graduates, Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934-1935 
Image  August 29, 1934,   A black and white photograph of Nursing Graduates at Ontario Hospital Whitby. There are a number of trees in the background. The sixth person from the left in the front row is Miss N.D. Fidler, Superintendent of Nurses. Back Row: Annie Schickler, Harcourt; Audrey Alice Fleischer, Stouffville;...
Aerial View of Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white aerial photograph of Ontario Hospital Whitby looking north-east from Lake Ontario. From: "The Hospitals of Ontario, A Short History, Hospital Divisions." Ontario Department of Health, 1934. Page 266. Bottom: Panoramic View, Ontario Hospital, Whitby
X-Ray Machine at Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white photograph of the x-ray machine at Ontario Hospital Whitby. From: The Hospitals of Ontario, A Short History, Hospital Divisions, Ontario Department of Health, 1934. Page 268. Bottom: X-Ray Installation, Ontario Hospital, Whitby
Infirmary and Summer Pavilion at Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white photograph of the Ontario Hospital's summer pavilion. It is the tent in front of the infirmary. From: The Hospitals of Ontario, A Short History, Hospital Divisions, Ontario Department of Health, 1934. Page 269.
Nurses' Residence, Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white photograph of the Nurses' residence at Ontario Hospital Whitby. The nurses' residence, the Naomi Barker Home and the Lena Davis Home, were built in 1923.
Dairy Herd and Barn, Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white photograph of a dairy herd (cows) and barn at Ontario Hospital Whitby. From: The Hospitals of Ontario, A Short History, Hospital Divisions, Ontario Department of Health, 1934. Page 271.
Infirmary Ward at Ontario Hospital Whitby, 1934 
Image  1934,   A black and white photograph of the Ontario Hospital's infirmary ward. From: The Hospitals of Ontario, A Short History, Hospital Divisions, Ontario Department of Health, 1934. Page 265.
Ontario County Medical Association at Ontario Hospital, 1934 
ImageMysteries:  1934,   A black and white photograph of the members of Ontario County Medical Association at Ontario Hospital. Third Row: Drs. McNeil, J.R.F. Mills, McGillivray, Millman, Archer Brown, Senn, E. McKibbin, Graham, Pierson, B.A. Brown, Cummins, Graham. Second Row: Drs. Harding, unidentified, John McKinney,...
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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.