Whitby Online Historic Photographs Collection

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.

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Aerial View of Military Convalescent Hospital Looking West, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white aerial photograph of the Whitby Military Convalescent Hospital with the old John Smith farm and the powerhouse in the foreground. In the background is the Lynde Creek. Bottom: WHITBY HOSPITAL, WHITBY, ONT., TAKEN FROM AN AEROPLANE. COPYRIGHT CANADA, 1919. BY CANADIAN POST CARD...
Soldiers, a woman and a child at Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
ImageMysteries:  1919,   A black and white photograph of soldiers at the Military Convalescent Hospital. this picture was taken on the front steps of one of the cottages. The man with the cane is Lt. Col. C. E. Cooper Cole. The woman at right is Mrs. C. E. Cooper Cole. The baby is their son, Thomas Cole.
Nurses and Patients at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
ImageMysteries:  1919,   A black and white photograph of nurses and patients at the Military Convalescent Hospital. This picture was taken on the steps of one of the cottages.
Soldiers at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
ImageMysteries:  1919,   A black and white photograph of soldiers at the Military Convalescent Hospital. The man with the cane at the centre is Lt. Col. C. E. Cooper Cole. His wife is the woman standing right. The baby is his son, Thomas Cole.
Soldiers and Nurses at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
ImageMysteries:  1919,   A black and white photograph of soldiers and nurses at the Military Convalescent Hospital. The man with the cane at the centre is Lt. Col. C. E. Cooper Cole. Behind him is his wife. The baby is his son, Thomas Cole.
Soldiers and Nurses at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
ImageMysteries:  1919,   A black and white photograph of soldiers and nurses on the steps of one of the cottages at the Military Convalescent Hospital. The man with the cane at the centre is Lt. Col. C. E. Cooper Cole. Behind him is his wife, Mrs. Cole. The baby is his son, Thomas Cole.
Recreation Hall at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of the recreation hall at the Military Convalescent Hospital.
Doctors Cottage at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of the doctors cottage at the Military Convalescent Hospital.
Carnival Tent at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of the carnival tent at the Military Convalescent Hospital. Signs on the tent advertise a snake charmer and a Punch and Judy show.
Clowns at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of soldiers dressed up as clowns for a carnival at the Military Convalescent Hospital.
Touring Car at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of a touring car in front of the Doctors' cottage at the Military Convalescent Hospital.
Tug of War at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of a tug of war competition at the Military Convalescent Hospital.
Tug of War at the Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of a tug of war competition at the Military Convalescent Hospital. The wooden buildings in the background are barracks built in 1913. The barracks were built for the prisoners from the Guelph reformatory that built the hospital.
Doctors Cottage, Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
ImageComments:  1919,   A black and white photograph of the doctors' cottage at the Military Convalescent Hospital.
Construction of a Barn at Military Convalescent Hospital, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of the construction of a barn at the Military Convalescent Hospital in Whitby. The man at left is Francis Henry Steffler. The Barn was built in 1919 at the south-east corner of Base Line and Farm Road. It was one of the largest barns in the province. It was destroyed...
Construction of Barn at Military Convalescent Hospital Site, 1919 
Image  1919,   A black and white photograph of the construction of a barn at the Military Convalescent Hospital in Whitby. The Barn was built in 1919 at the south-east corner of Base Line and Farm Road. It was one of the largest barns in the province. It was destroyed by fire on November 4, 1976. The railway...
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