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Private Rooms, Toronto General Hospital

Photo:  Private patient rooms in the newly built Pavilion at the Toronto General Hospital were luxuriously equipped

Private patient rooms in the newly built Pavilion at the Toronto General Hospital were luxuriously equipped. Poorly timed, the Pavilion opened as the Depression deepened, and a lack of paying patients led to the hospital’s financial loss.
Courtesy of the Canadian Healthcare Association. From The Canadian Hospital, Vol. 7, No. 5 (May 1930), p. 47.

Transcription:
Hespeler Furniture Co., Limited
Craftsmanship furniture including adjustable bedside tables, special service tables and table tops was manufactured by Canadian craftsmen for The Private Patients Pavilion — The Toronto General Hospital.

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