Black and white postcard from 1905 of the Oak Grove Hospital (formerly Oak Grove Sanitarium) in Flint, Michigan. The hospital was created under the laws of Michigan in 1891 for the treatment of nervous and mental diseases and alcohol and drug...
Flint (Mich.); Genesee County (Mich.); Oak Grove Hospital (Flint, Mich.); hospitals; buildings; postcards
Letter from Leonard G. Loomis to Elizabeth Abbott dated October 11, 1863. In this letter, he discusses an upcoming furlough, politics, his morale, and visiting soldiers in the Cleveland (Ohio) Hospital.
American Civil War; Loomis, Leonard G.; Leonard G. Loomis; Abbott (Loomis), Elizabeth; Elizabeth (Loomis) Abbott; Forty-Second Ohio Infantry; 42nd Ohio Infantry; Cleveland (Ohio); furlough; politics; voting; elections; morale; hospital; food
Color postcard from circa 1909-1912 of the entrance and guard house to the Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital (known locally as "The State Hospital") in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The hospital opened in 1859 as the Michigan Asylum for the Insane and was a...
Black and white postcard from approximately 1909 showing the Van Deusen Hospital, a women's receiving hospital and part of the Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital complex in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The building is name for the pioneering first full time...
Kalamazoo (Mich.); Kalamazoo County (Mich.); Van Deusen Hospital (Kalamazoo, Mich.); Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital (Kalamazoo, Mich.); hospitals; buildings; postcards
This volume follows the Second Michigan Cavalry regiment. The series is a compilation of the military history of each soldier of the Civil War who was a resident of the State of Michigan at the time of enlistment.
American Civil War; Regimental Histories; Soldiers; Second Michigan Cavalry; 2nd Michigan Cavalry
Color postcard from circa 1907-1915 of the Pontiac State Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan. Built in 1878 as the Eastern Michigan Asylum for the Insane, it was renamed in 1911 to the Pontiac State Hospital, and then in 1973 to the Clinton Valley...
Pontiac (Mich.); Oakland County (Mich.); Pontiac State Hospital (Pontiac, Mich.); hospitals; buildings; postcards
Color postcard from circa 1910-1920 of the Pontiac State Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan. Built in 1878 as the Eastern Michigan Asylum for the Insane, it was renamed in 1911 to the Pontiac State Hospital, and then in 1973 to the Clinton Valley...
Pontiac (Mich.); Oakland County (Mich.); Pontiac State Hospital (Pontiac, Mich.); buildings; hospitals; postcards
Interior view of ward seven, Campbell Hospital, Washington D.C., with many patients visible. Caption on back reads "This Ward with others of Campbell Hospital was dressed in Evergreen in honor of the ReElection of President A. Lincoln."
American Civil War, Medical aspects; Military Hospitals; Wounds & injuries; Sick persons; Washington (D.C.)
Color postcard from 1920 of the War Memorial Hospital in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan.The postcard is part of the "Souvenir of the Tourist Playground of Cloverland, Soo, Mich." souvenir postcard booklet.
Sault Sainte Marie (Mich.); Chippewa County (Mich.); War Memorial Hospital (Sault Sainte Marie, Mich.); hospitals; postcards; interiors;