Cranbrook Architecture - St. Eugene Hospital: 0141.0014

Cranbrook Architecture - St. Eugene Hospital
0141.0014

0141.0014: Cranbrook Architecture - St. Eugene Hospital

The St. Eugene Hospital on King Street was one of Cranbrook's largest landmarks, with an interesting historical background prior to its destruction by fire. At the time it burned it was operating as the Tudor House Hotel. The original Hospital was built in several stages between 1900 and 1912 and became one of the largest hospital and nurses schools in the interior.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1976
Source:  CBK 1976.034.109 Neg. Original copy held in the History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0141)

Keywords:

hotel hospital

Subjects:

Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Hospitals, Clinics arrow St. Eugene Hospitalarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Tudor Housearrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Street Names arrow King Streetarrow

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