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Annie Gloin and Nurse Clarke at Memorial Hospital Annex

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 26, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1515
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1516
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-1105 (1_1515)
48-1106 (1_1516)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1515
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1516
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 26, 1948
Publication
1_1515 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on March 27, 1948, page twenty.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Annie Gloin and Nurse Clarke at the Memorial Hospital Annex, Yarmouth Centre. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Ninetieth Birthday Next Week." 1_1515: "Mrs. Annie Gloin, who has been a patient at the Memorial Hospital for nearly three years, with the exception of a few months, after breaking her hip in the fall, will observe her ninetieth birthday on Thursday of next week at the Memorial Hospital Annex, Yarmouth Centre, where she has been recently. Mrs. Gloin, who is a patient beloved by those with whom she has come in contact during her long stay in the hospital as well as by many other friends, is shown in the above photograph with Mrs. Clarence Clarke, Reg. N., supervisor at the Annex. Born in London, Ont., on April 1, 1858, Mrs. Gloin is the youngest daughter of the late William and Martha Harris. When a child, she moved to Edgeware Road to live with a sister, Mrs. Archie Michael, who died ten years ago. Her marriage to Emery Gloin, who passed away in 1923, took place nearly seventy years ago, on Christmas Day, 1878. Mr. and mrs. Gloin lived for two years at New Sarum before moving to Yarmouth Centre, where she resided until three years ago, when she had the misfortune to break her hip in a fall. Although she is the last surviving member of her family, Mrs. Gloin has five daughters and three sons: Mrs. George Durdle (Bertha), Locust street; Miss Eva Gloin, Talbot street; Mrs. George Johnson (Stella), Erie street; Mrs. William Freeman (Mabel), St. George street; Mrs. Norman Ballantyne (Gladys), Maple street; and Frank, William and Carol, of Yamouth Centre. Another son, Norman, died of wounds in the First World War. There are nineteen grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren in the happy family circle."
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
Yarmouth Centre (Ont.)
Subject Access
Nurse
Hospitals
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Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_315
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Children in Memorial Hospital for Christmas

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
December 23, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4193
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4194
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4195
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4196
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4197
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4198
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
Item Number
48-4432 (1_4193)
48-4433 (1_4194)
48-4434 (1_4195)
48-4435 (1_4196)
48-4436 (1_4197)
48-4437 (1_4198)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4193
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4194
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4195
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4196
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4197
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_4198
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
December 23, 1948
Publication
1_4193, 1_4194, 1_4195, 1_4196, and 1_4198 were published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on December 24, 1948, page thirteen.
Physical Description
6 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of children and nurses in the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital. Captions from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Youngsters at Hospital Are Expecting Santa Claus." "Santa's Christmas Eve travels don't come within visiting hours at the Memorial Hospital, but he won't be turned away when he comes to leave his packages for little ones in hospital for Christmas. The tree is ready for him, complete with tinsel and lights, and the youngsters are waiting for Christmas morning to see what Saint Nick will leave. The Times-Journal photographer found some of the children eagerly awaiting old Saint Nick; others hoped to greet Santa in their homes." 1_4193: "Rosemary Van Velzer, two-year-old daughter of Mrs. Pearl Van Velzer, R.R. 7, St. Thomas, in a very serious mood. Wistfully clutching her teddy bear, she refused to be interviewed and only shook her head to answer, "No" to all questions fired at her by the reporter." 1_4194: "Brenda Ann Wilcox is making the best of her first Christmas even if she is spending it in hospital. She was crying when the photographer called, but soon brightened up to give a big smile for the camera. Brenda's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Wilcox, live at R.R. 4, St. Thomas." 1_4195: "Nurses Margaret Blakeley (left) and Eileen Beer thought Dick Hunt might cheer up if they showed him the two babies who will be spending Christmas in the hospital with him. Dick's mother, Mrs. George Hunt tried without success to interest her six-year-old son in the many playthings on his bed. He wants to go home to 31 Manitoba street for December 25. The baby in Miss Blakeley's arms, looking brightly around at all the people, is Roxanna Hindley, three months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hindley, Union. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pavey, 145 Erie street, are parents of Miss Judith Pavey, three weeks." 1_4196: "Happy-go-lucky Mary Margaret Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene, 69 East Pearl street, didn't care for the photographer taking her picture and she showed her disapproval by an outburst of tears that lasted just long enough for the camera to get in its work. The next minute she was all smiles again. Her only desire was to get back home for Christmas and this is being gratified today." 1_4198: "Peter McNicol had the biggest smile as he peeked from beneath the covers of his hospital bed. Santa Claus had just come to see him and whispered something others around didn't hear. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron McNicol, 87 Chestnut street, are Peter's parents."
Name Access
Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Nurse
Hospitals
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B6 6_97
Images

First Patients at Hospital Annex

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
November 28, 1947
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_4376
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_4377
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
47-4419 (2_4376)
47-4420 (2_4377)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_4376
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_4377
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
November 28, 1947
Publication
2_4377 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on December 1, 1947, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Johanna Drew and Margaret McDonald, the first patients transferred to the new hospital annex. Nurse Clarence Clarke is also pictured. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "First Patients at New Hospital Annex: The first of the 19 patients who were transferred to the Memorial Hospital Annex at Yarmouth Centre, Friday, were Mrs. Johanna Drew, of 246 Talbot street, St. Thomas, and Mrs. Margaret McDonald, of 127 Elm street, city. They were transferred to the Annex in the hospital ambulance and are shown shortly after their arrival in the attractive women's ward of the Annex. Mrs. Drew is the lady in the hospital cot; next is Mrs. Clarence Clarke, supervisor of the Annex. The lady in the chair is Mrs. McDonald. The Annex has accommodations for 59 patients and is designated to relieve the congestion at the Memorial Hospital."
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Hospitals
Health
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_63
Images

'General Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada'

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
[193-]
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #6
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Room
Archives Storage Rm. 105
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #6
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
[193-]
Physical Description
1 postcard : col. ; 9 x 14 cm
Scope and Content
Colour illustration of the exterior of Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas. Only half of the building can be seen. Several 1920s cars appear at the bottom right of the image. A small white border frames the image, with the caption: "General Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. - 21" [sic] at the bottom.
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital
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H.Hut - Future Convalescent Hospital

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 6, 1947
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_822
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_823
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
47-713 (2_822)
47-714 (2_823)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_822
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_823
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 6, 1947
Publication
2_822 published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on March 8, 1947, page ten.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the R.C.A.F.'s H-Hut in Yarmouth Centre. The buildings were proposed to become a future convalescent hospital. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Future Convalescent Hospital in St. Thomas?" "When the war in Europe was coming to a close and nobody knew how long it would take to finish off the Japs, the R.C.A.F. took steps to add mroe living space to the accomodation at its Yarmouth Centre fighter pilot training field. The Japs threw in the towel about the same time workmen finished the above two-storey H-hut, the R.C.A.F. called off further training, and since then this building has stood empty. But it is about to be put to good use at last. The city of St. Thomas is purchasing the building from War Assets Corp., tenatively planning to move it by sections to a site within the city limits and to convert it into a hospital to accomodate between 40 and 50 patients suffering chronic ailments, or convalescing. The idea is to relieve the congestion at the Memorial Hospital as much as possible and as quickly as possible. So far the plan has met with no opposition, though there are some who don't think the move will help the situation at the Memorial Hospital much. Everyone appears to favor the taking of immediate steps to increase the amount of hospital accommodation in this city. But there have been suggestions that the vacant ground at the Hopewell Hospital at the west end of Chester street is no place for a convalescent hospital, situated as it is backing on a cemetery with a mausoleum for a neighboring building, a big sewage disposal plant down in the valley below, a noisy railroad yard a few hundred yards away, and being out-of-the-way spot to start with. For years the place has been caleld "Misery Hill." "Why more the building at all? - leave it where it is and let convalescent patients get plenty of good fresh Yarmouth township air away from the city," one interested citizen says. Doctors, on the other hand, would prefer to have the building mroe conveniently located within the city limits, and the arguement has been put forward that it should be sited where quiet reigns and which, at the same time, is accessible to people who have to walk to visit patients. A location in the southeast section of the city would seem to meet these specifications. However, this end of the business is still very much up in the air and no decisions have been made, nor can be made, until the deal with the W. A. C. has been completed. Both city and hospital authorities are open for suggestions."
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
RCAF Technical Training School
Yarmouth Centre (Ont.)
Subject Access
Military
Hospitals
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B2 2_274
Images

Kinnette Club Donate to Hospital Extension Fund

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
December 2, 1947
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_275
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_276
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
47-4456 (1_275)
47-4457 (1_276)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_275
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_276
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
December 2, 1947
Publication
1_276 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on December 3, 1947, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Constance Dickenson (or Dickerson), past president of the Kinette Club, handing a cheque to Dr. Elson B. Potts as a donation to the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital Extension Fund. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Hospital Extension Fund Given a "Lift": Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Ernest Dickenson, past president of the Kinette Club (Kinsmen's Club Auxiliary), waited upon Dr. E. B. Potts, in his office, and presented him with a cheque for $500 for the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital Extension Fund. Dr. Potts, who is chairman of the Extension Fund Committee, reports that the Kinette Club's greatly appreciated donation is one of the many such donations being received from women's organizations throughout the county and city. "The women's organizations are really doing a fine job in helping build up this foundation fund for the extension of the hospital," says Dr. Potts, who states that two other $500 donations were recently received - one from Kannata Chapter, I.O.D.E., and the other from the Nurses' Alumnae, both of which have the hospital extension fund as a money-making activity."
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Kinette Club
Memorial Hospital
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_117
Images

Kiwanis Club Gift to Memorial Hospital

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 29, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1517
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1518
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-1125 (1_1517)
48-1126 (1_1518)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1517
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1518
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 29, 1948
Publication
1_1517 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on March 30, 1948, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Ray Copeland and A. N, Swift, employees of the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital board, receiving a microscope as a gift from Mahlon Penhale and Ed Gellatly, members of the St. Thomas Kiwanis Club. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Useful Gift for the Memorial Hospital." 1_1517: "At the Kiwanis Club's meeting at Alma College Monday President Ed. Gellatly, on behalf of the club, presented a microscope, valued at $425, to the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital, Mahlon Penhale, chairman of the Hospital Trust, receiving the gift. In the picture, left to right, are: Ray Copeland, administrative superintendent of the hospital; Mr. Penhale; A. N. Swift, secretary of the Hospital Trust, and Mr. Gellatly."
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Kiwanis Club
Subject Access
Hospitals
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_316
Images

Leap Year Babies

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 1, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1426
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1427
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-676 (1_1426)
48-677 (1_1427)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1426
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1427
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
March 1, 1948
Publication
1_1427 published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on March 2, 1948, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs three Memorial Hospital nurses holding three babies who were born on Feb 29, 1948. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "They'll Have a Birthday Every Four Years: Three babies were born in the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital on Sunday, Feb. 29, the extra day of the 1948 leap year. At the left Maternity Ward Supervisor Marg. MacGregor holds Baby McIntyre, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McIntyre, Port Stanley; in the centre Nurse Winnifred Gerhardt holds Baby Pavey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pavey, R.R. 3, Shedden, while at the right Baby Byway, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Walter Byway, 32 St. George street, is held by Nurse Dorothy Knight."
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Nurse
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_292
Images

Lieutenant-Governor Frank Lawson Visits St. Thomas

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
May 14, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2141
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2142
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2143
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2144
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2145
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2146
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2147
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2148
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2149
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2150
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2151
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-1649 (1_2141)
48-1650 (1_2142)
48-1651 (1_2143)
48-1652 (1_2144)
48-1653 (1_2145)
48-1654 (1_2146)
48-1655 (1_2147)
48-1656 (1_2148)
48-1657 (1_2149)
48-1658 (1_2150)
48-1659 (1_2151)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2141
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2142
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2143
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2144
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2145
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2146
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2147
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2148
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2149
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2150
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2151
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
May 14, 1948
Publication
1_2148 was published with advertisement in St. Thomas Times-Journal on May 15, 1948, page one.
1_2141, 1_2144, 1_2147, and 1_2149 were published with advertisement in St. Thomas Times-Journal on May 15, 1948, page eleven.
1_2143 was published with advertisement in St. Thomas Times-Journal on May 15, 1948, page twenty.
Physical Description
11 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Lieutenant-Governor Ray Lawson visiting the Memorial Hospital Annex, Timken Roller Bearing Co. Ltd., and other St. Thomas sites. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal, May 15, 1948, page one, 1_2148: "Visits Little Patient, Whose Father Also is in Hospital: Eight-year-old Judith Charlton, the only child patient at present in the Memorial Hospital's Annex at Yarmouth Centre, was visited by Lieutenant-Governor Lawson on Friday afternoon. His Honor had words of cheer and good wishes for a speedy recovery for Judith, who is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Her father, Brice Charlton, a school teacher in Chatham, but formerly a resident of St. Thomas, is in Memorial Hospital recovering after a serious operation. Her older sister, Annabelle, is in critical condition in Victoria Hospital, London, suffering from sleeping sickness. The Lieutenant-Governor had high praise for the splendid set-up at the Annex." Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal, May 15, 1948, page one: "Lieutenant-Governor Lawson Pays Official Visit to St. Thomas: Reviews Cadets, Invests H. R. Dickey With M.B.E. and Visits Hospitals, Industries." "No Room in Canada for Shirkers, Asserts the Lieut.-Governor: Hon. Ray Lawson, Speaking at St. Thomas Chamber of Commerce Banquet, Declares Citizens Must Assume Their Personal Responsibilities; Hails New Radio Station; Says British Commonwealth and United States Must Forever Remain Strong and United for Good of the World." 1_2141: "The Lieutenant-Governor Invests H. R. Dickey, manager of Canada Vitrified Products, with the Order of Member of the British Empire for his civilian services during the war." 1_2144: "General scene as the Honorab;e Ray Lawson Inspected Collegiate and Vocational School cadets at the Michigan Central Park." 1_2147: "At the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital Annex at Yarmouth Centre the Lieutenant-Governor chats with Mrs. Joanna Drew, 346 Talbot street, one of the patients there." 1_2149: "Accompanied by Miss Isabell Stewart, superintendent of nurses, the Lieutenant-Governor has a word with Mrs. Max Hewitt, a patient there for the past six months." Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal, May 15, 1948, page twenty: "Wife of Lieutenant-Governor Honor Guest at Tea: Delightful Function Held by the Regimental Chapter." 1_2143: "The tea given at the home of Lt.Col. and Mrs. F. H. Medcalf, Stanley street, Friday afternoon, by the 25th Elgin Regiment Chapter, I.O.D.E., was graved by the presence of Mrs. Lawson, wife of the Honorable Ray Lawson, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. Appearing in the above picture (left to right) are: Mrs. Thorold Batzold, Mrs. Frank Greene, Mrs. J. H. Clinton (Regent), Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. F. H. Medcalf, Mrs. Chester Smith, Mrs. A. K. Mair."
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
IODE
Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire
Timken Roller Bearing Co. Ltd.
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Cadets
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B5 5_74
Images

Lions Club Blood Bank in Action

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives192541
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
July 23, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2862
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2863
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-2672 (1_2862)
48-2673 (1_2863)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2862
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2863
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
July 23, 1948
Publication
1_2862 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on July 24, 1948, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of St. Thomas Lions Club president Arthur Galoway donating blood at Memorial Hospital. Also pictured are fellow Lions members Mayor Brice Caldwell and Morris Housley and Memorial Hospital staff Dr. E. L. Brown and Helen Caskey. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Blood Bank at Hospital Here Is Started." 1_2862: "The blood bank recently established at the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital by the St. Thomas Lions Club got its first supply of blood Friday morning when six members gave initial donations of 500 cubic centimeters (about one pint) each. First donor was Lion Club President Arthur Galloway, pictured here lying on a table at the hospital during the "operation." Grouped about him are two fellow Lions Club members, Mayor Bruce Caldwell (left), and Morris Housley, who were among the first donors. At the extreme right Dr. E. L. Brown, immediate past president of the Lions Club, and originator of the idea of a club-donated blood bank, superintends the affair, assisted by Mrs. Helen Caskey, Reg.N., acting operating room supervisor. Other Lions Club members, not shown here, who donated their blood Friday are Joe Baron, Ben Johnson and Ray Mitchell. Assisting Dr. Brown and Mrs. Caskey in the technical side were Miss Lillian Tanner, Reg.N., and Miss Mary Lou McIntyre, laboratory technician. The blood will be placed in a new blood bamk refrigerator recently purchased for the hospital by the Lions Club."
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Hospitals
Nurse
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B5 5_216
Images

Lions Club Donates Blood Bank Fridge to Memorial Hospital

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Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
June 26, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2611
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2612
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-2348 (1_2611)
48-2349 (1_2612)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2611
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_2612
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
June 26, 1948
Publication
1_2612 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on June 28, 1948, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Bruce Caldwell, Mary Lou McIntyre, George Rankin, and Dave Doan standing with a blood bank refrigerator, a gift of the St. Thomas Lions Club to Memorial Hospital. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Club Gives Blood Bank Refrigerator." 1_2612: "Shown here are Mayor Bruce Caldwell, 1st vice-president of the Memorial Hospital Trust; Miss Mary Lou McIntyre, hospital laboratory technician; George Rankin, chairman of the Lions Club committee of health and welfare, and Dave Doan, also of the Lions committee, at the presentation of the blood bank refrigerator, the gift of the Lions Club to the hospital, on Saturday. (See story page two.)"
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Lions Club
Subject Access
Hospitals
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B5 5_159
Images

'Memorial and Amasa Wood Hospital'

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives14110
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1945
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #9
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Creator
Jonathon Hayes
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Room
Archives Storage Rm. 105
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #9
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1945
Physical Description
1 greeting card : col. ; 11 x 16 cm
Scope and Content
Colour illustration of the exterior Memorial and Amasa Wood Hospital and street with several 1930s-era cars. Only part of the building can be seen and the view of one of the bays of windows is obstructed by a tree. Image is set into a white border with the caption "'Memorial and Amasa Wood Hospital' by Jonathon Hayes." On the back of the card there is a brief history of the building.
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Amasa Wood Hospital
Images

Memorial Hopsital Advertisement Photos

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives192162
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 27, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1877
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1878
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1879
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1880
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1881
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1882
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1883
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1884
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1885
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1886
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1887
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1888
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-1472 (1_1877)
48-1473 (1_1878)
48-1474 (1_1879)
48-1475 (1_1880)
48-1476 (1_1881)
48-1479 (1_1882)
48-1480 (1_1883)
48-1481 (1_1884)
48-1482 (1_1885)
48-1483 (1_1886)
48-1484 (1_1887)
48-1485 (1_1888)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1877
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1878
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1879
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1880
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1881
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1882
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1883
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1884
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1885
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1886
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1887
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_1888
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 27, 1948
Publication
1_1877, 1_1881, 1_1883, 1_1886, and 1_1887 were published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on May 1, 1948, page eleven.
1_1886, 1_1883, and 1_1877 we posted on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter : April 12, 2021.
Physical Description
14 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of patients, nurses, and the interior of the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital. An image of an x-ray machine is also shown. Images were taken for McLaren Advertisements, Toronto, but also appeared in the St. Thomas Times-Journal. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "A Going Concern Every Day of the Year: Despite Problems, Hospital Functions Most Efficiently to Preserve Health of Community: A Publically Owned and to a Large Extent Publically Financed Institution; a Community in Itself Which is Doing a Great Public Service." 1_1877: "Student nurses in their classroom on the third floor. Their studies are alternated with practical work caring for patients. Miss Lillian Thebald, instructess of nursing, lectures to the class. Lectures by doctors and others are also given before the various classes. The nurses recieve an all-round training to fit them for their most important life-work." 1_1881: "In the children's ward - A father holds the hand of his little son who has undergone a tonsillectomy earlier in the day. The child has come out of the anaesthetic and is reassured by his father's presence. The scene is in one of the children's wards." 1_1883: "A proud father's first look - Dad sees his child for the first time through the window of the nursery. Nurse Winnifred Gerhardt holds the child. The nursery has accomodated as many as 37 babies at one time. Here every care is taken to protect the health of the babe until it is ready to leave for home with its mother." 1_1886: "View of the major operating room. Left to right: Mrs. Bernice Evans, operating room nurse, and Miss Isabell Stewart, Superintendent of Nurses, demonstrate the setting up of equipment for surgery. Overhead is the big operating room light." 1_1887: "A spacious and comfortable lounge in the nurses' residence affords the utmost in relaxation and companionship. The student nurses, from left to right: Miss M. Lucas, Miss D. Throndycraft, Miss M. Gordon, Miss F. Holmes (standing), Miss L. Dearey, Miss D. Hudson (back to camera), Miss L. Wilton, Mrs. M. Learn, Miss J. Jackson."
Name Access
Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Hospitals
Nurse
Health
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B5 5_24
Images

Memorial Hospital Nurse Graduation

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives191504
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
June 18, 1947
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_380
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_381
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_382
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_383
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_384
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
47-2232 (1_380)
47-2233 (1_381)
47-2234 (1_382)
47-2235 (1_383)
47-2236 (1_384)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_380
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_381
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_382
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_383
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_384
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
June 18, 1947
Publication
2_381 and 2_384 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on June 19, 1947, page eleven.
Physical Description
5 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of members of the 1947 St. Thomas Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Seven Receive Diplomas at Memorial Hospital Ceremony: Scholarships Are Also Presented by Medical Association; Miss Edith Dick Addresses Graduating Class." 2_381: "Receive Diplomas at Memorial Hospital Graduation: The seven graduates of the Nurses' School at the Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas, are pictured above just prior to the graduation ceremonies held in the amphitheatre at Alma College Wednesday afternoon, with their mentor, Miss Isabell Stewart, superintendent of nurses. They are, left to right in front, Miss Emily Young, St. Thomas; Miss Dorothy Ethelstone, Aylmer; Miss Alice Smale, Sparta; Miss Dorothy Coulter, Glanworth; Miss Stewart; and standing behind, Miss Grace Haldane, Miss Joycelin Moore and Miss Dorothy Soper, all of St. Thomas." 2_384: "Left to right: Miss Velma Jordan, winner of the St. Thomas Medical Association award for highest standing in the intermediate year at the Memorial Hospital School of Nursing; Miss Dorothy Coulter, a member of the graduating class and winner of the Association's $150 award for highest general standing in theory and practice throughout thraining; and Miss Donna Gerguson, winner of the award for highest standing in the junior year. The awards were presented by Dr. Glenn Sawyer on behalf of the Medical Association at the graduation ceremonies held in the amphitheatre at Alma College on Wednesday afternoon."
Name Access
Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses
Memorial Hospital
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Nurse
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_137
Images

'Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario'

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives14106
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1935
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #7
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Creator
Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd. Ottawa
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Room
Archives Storage Rm. 105
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #7
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1935
Physical Description
1 postcard : col. ; 9 x 14 cm
Scope and Content
Colour illustration of the exterior of Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas and front lawn and drive. A large tree partially obstructs the view of the entrance. Image is framed by a small white border with the caption: "Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario - 19" beneath. Has a St. Thomas postmark dated June 24, 1935. Addressed to Mrs. Hartford Clark, London, Ohio
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Images

'Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada'

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives14100
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1929
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #4
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Creator
The Postcard and Greeting Card Co. Ltd., Toronto
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Room
Archives Storage Rm. 105
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #4
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1929
Physical Description
1 postcard : col. ; 9 x 14 cm
Scope and Content
Colour illustration of the exterior of Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas and front lawn and drive. A large tree obstructs the view of the entrance. Part of a 1920s car appears in the right corner. Has a St. Thomas postmark dated July 15, 1929, and is addressed Mrs. Grassett.
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Images

'Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada'

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives14102
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1925
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #5
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Robert Moore Postcard Collection
Creator
Valentine-Black Co. Ltd., Toronto
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2005-26
Storage Room
Archives Storage Rm. 105
Storage Location
C6 Sh6 B1 F3 #5
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
ca. 1925
Physical Description
1 postcard : col. ; 9 x 14 cm
Scope and Content
Colour illustration of the exterior of Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas and front lawn and drive. A large tree obstructs the view of the entrance. A 1920s car appears in the right corner. Image set in a small white border with the caption: "Memorial Hospital, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada" above.
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Images

Miss Toronto in St. Thomas

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives190772
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
August 11, 1947
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3114
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3115
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3116
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3117
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3118
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3119
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3120
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3121
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3122
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3123
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3124
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3125
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3126
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3127
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3128
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3129
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
47-2944 (2_3114)
47-2945 (2_3115)
47-2946 (2_3116)
47-2947 (2_3117)
47-2948 (2_3118)
47-2949 (2_3119)
47-2950 (2_3120)
47-2951 (2_3121)
47-2952 (2_3122)
47-2953 (2_3123)
47-2954 (2_3124)
47-2955 (2_3125)
47-2956 (2_3126)
47-2957 (2_3127)
47-2958 (2_3128)
47-2959 (2_3129)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3114
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3115
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3116
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3117
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3118
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3119
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3120
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3121
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3122
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3123
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3124
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3125
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3126
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3127
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3128
M7 S1 Sh3 B2 2_3129
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
August 11, 1947
Publication
2_3119 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on August 12, 1947, page one.
Physical Description
16 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Miss Toronto, Margaret Marshall, during her visit to St. Thomas, including at the Timken Roller Bearing Co. plant, in a car, and at the hospital. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Roller Bearings Interest Miss Toronto: One of the concluding and certainly one of the most enjoyable and interesting acts of "Miss Toronto" (Margaret Marshall) on the occasion of her visit to St. Thomas on Monday was a trip through the new plant of the Timken Roller Bearing plant. Miss Marshall, wearing a Timken visitors' coat, made a complete tour of the plant, with Assistant General Manager Charles Wynne doing the honors. Here she is [2_3119] seen looking over some of the machinery in the assembly line. Others in the picture are (left to right) Mrs. Margaret Smalldon, 130 First Avenue; mrs. May Arnold, 37 1/2 Kains street, and Miss Alice Wereley, 96 Malakoff street."
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
Timken Roller Bearing Co. Ltd.
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B3 3_258
Images

Mrs. Annie Gloin -Presents Clock to Annex

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives193694
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 1, 1949
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_901
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_902
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
49-755 (2_901)
49-756 (2_902)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_901
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_902
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 1, 1949
Publication
2_902 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 2, 1949, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Mrs. Annie Gloin, Rev. E.J. Roulston, and Mrs. Karl Gloin. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 2, 1949, page ten: “Presents Birthday Gift to Hospital.” 2_902: “Friday was “Grandma” Gloin’s 91st birthday and her daughter and son here and at Yarmouth Centre went together in buying a big electric wall clock for her. For her part, “Grandma” who is Mrs. Annie Glion, of Yarmouth Centre and who has been a patient at the Memorial Hospital Annex there for a long time, thought it would be nice to make a present of a clock to the women’s ward at the annex and with her children’s consent, did so on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Gloin made the presentation herself from her bed, giving it to Rev. E.J. Roulston, pastor of Central United Church, St. Thomas, who dedicated the clock to the hospital on her behalf. As bright and cheerful as ever, Mrs. Gloin was the recipient of greeting from a wide circle of friends yesterday. The presentation of the clock to her on behalf of her children was made by Mrs. Karl Gloin, of Yarmouth Centre, the children being Mrs. George (Bertha) Durdle, 83 Locust street, St. Thomas; Miss Eva Gloin, Talbot street, St. Thomas; Mrs. George (Stella) Johnson, 80 Erie street, St. Thomas; Mrs. William (Mabel) Freeman, St. George street north, St. Thomas; Frank William, and Karl Gloin, all of Yarmouth Centre; and Mrs. Norman (Gladys) Ballantyne, 19 Maple street St. Thomas. Among the greeting she received, “grandma” also had many from her 20 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.”
Name Access
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B6 6_317
Images

New Year Babies, Memorial Hospital

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives191549
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
January 1, 1948
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_662
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_663
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_664
Repository
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
48-3 (1_662)
48-4 (1_663)
48-5 (1_664)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_662
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_663
M7 S1 Sh2 B1 1_664
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
January 1, 1948
Publication
1_662 and 1_663 were published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on January 2, 1948, page three.
Physical Description
3 negatives : plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Shirley Kivell and her son Larry, and Mrs. J. C. Trull and her daughter Adrienne, in the St. Thomas Memorial Hospital. Adrienne Trull was born just before the New Year; Larry Kivell was the first baby born in the hospital in the New Year. Captions from St. Thomas Times-Journal: 2_662: "Stork Arrived Too Early: Mrs. J. C. Trull, 65 Roseberry Place, and her daughter, Adrienne Frances (7 pounds, 1/2 ounce), who was the last baby born in the old year at the Memorial Hospital. She was ushered in just 40 minutes before the New Year began. Her father pointed out that he was quite happy about this as he now gets income tax exemption for the whole year of 1947." 2_663: "First 1948 Baby at St. Thomas Memorial Hospital: First baby of 1948 to be born at the Memorial Hospital here was eight-pound Larry James Kivell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Kivell, R.R. 2, Rodney, who arrived at 12:50 a.m. January 1. He is seen here with his mother, the former Shirley Brooker, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brooker, reside in Windsor. Roads made dangerous by the ice storm during the day kept Mr. Kivell, a Rodney district farmer, from being present, together with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kivell, and the child's great-grandfather, 96-year-old James Kivell, all of Rodney. Because he was the first baby to reach the hospital in the New Year, young Master Kivell is eligible for the "First Baby" contest which will entitle him and his parents to many fine items by local merchants."
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
St. Thomas Memorial Hospital
Memorial Hospital
Subject Access
Hospitals
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B4 4_175
Images

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