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Toledo Hospital (1893 - 1930)

The Toledo Hospital was one of several iterations of this organization, with the hospital originally being founded by a group of non-denominational Christian women in 1874. As the hospital continued to grow it expanded into larger quarters, moving from residences, to at one point the building seen here, before it moved to it's present campus off Monroe Street. This building was in use from 1893 to 1930.

An 1897 sketch of the history, views, resources and industries of Toledo, Ohio compiled and published by the Mercantile Advancement Company. Book includes photographs and sketches of local businesses and professionals. Especially valuable for information on small businesses and independent professional men such as jewelers, grocers and dentists. Short historical descriptions of this emerging city are included throughout. Pages have a running title "An Ohio gem --Toledo"

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Toledo Hospital, Toledo, Ohio

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A twelve-volume set of photographs of Toledo, Ohio published by W.H Parrish Publishing Company in 1895. The set incorporates a narrative of the history of Toledo, into all twelve volumes beginning with Part 1. Includes photograghs of businesses, homes, churches, schools, and hospitals."

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Toledo Hospital, Toledo, Ohio

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Toledo Hospital, Toledo, Ohio

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Toledo Hospital, Toledo, Ohio

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Toledo Hospital, Toledo, Ohio

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Toledo Hospital, Cor. Cherry and Sherman, Toledo, Ohio

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