Memorial Hospital Photograph Collection

Institutional Collection No. 103


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Collection Overview

Repository: John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
Creator: Memorial Hospital System
Title: Memorial Hospital Photograph Collection
Dates: 1903-1976
Quantity: 3.5 cubic feet (7 boxes)
Abstract: The Memorial Hospital Photograph Collection contains 4039 photographic prints and negatives from 1903 to 1976 that chronicle the long history of the Memorial Hospital System. The photographs depict the staff, physicians, personnel, departments, nursing school students, faculty and Lillie Jolly (director), facilities and building construction of the Memorial Hospital. Founded in 1907 as the Baptist Sanitarium, Memorial Hospital began as a two-story, wood-framed building with 17 beds and 8 trained nurses on staff. It chartered the first nursing school in Houston, graduating its first class in 1909. Memorial developed the hospital satellite system, and in the 1960s, it open three community hospitals in the Southwest (1962), Southeast (1963), and Northwest (1966). In 1997 Memorial Hospital merged with Hermann Hospital, becoming Memorial Hermann Healthcare System. The collection equals 3.5 cubic feet and includes 7 boxes. Materials are in good condition.
Identification: IC 103
Language: English

Historical Note

Founded on September 1, 1907 as the Baptist Sanitarium, Memorial Hospital began as a two-story, wood-framed building at the end of the trolley line on Lamar and Smith. It had 17 beds and eight trained nurses on staff. It was the second general hospital established in Houston after St. Joseph Hospital which opened in 1887. It was also the second Baptist-supported hospital in the United States. The other was the Missouri Baptist Sanitarium in St. Louis.

In 1904 the only general hospital in Houston, St. Joseph Hospital, had 125 beds. The lack of hospital care available in Houston at the time became a discussion between two Baptist ministers, Dr. L. T. Mays (South Main Baptist Church) and Rev. D. R. Pevoto (Clark Avenue Baptist Church). They wanted to open a new hospital to serve the people of Houston regardless of race, religion, or wealth. It remained only an idea for years as discussions began to involve more people in the community, like Dr. J. L. Gross (pastor of First Baptist Church of Houston), Dr. George Truett, and George Hermann. Mrs. Charles Stewart, member of First Baptist Church of Houston gave $1,000 as a down payment to purchase the two-story Ida J. Rudisill Sanitarium for $18,000. The building had only been in use for two years since 1905. Mrs. Rudisill stayed on serving as director of nursing until about 1912. In 1910, the Baptist Convention of Texas was officially affiliated with the hospital. Pevoto, who managed the hospital until 1917, wrote, “ In those days a hospital was looked upon with apprehension as just a place where one went to die. We decided to change all that.”

Memorial Hospital expanded “piecemeal” one building or building addition at a time, adding more beds as they could. The original Rudisill Building stood for over 50 years. Becoming the nurses quarters and even moved across the street at one point. Below is a brief timeline for the early expansion of Memorial Hospital:

1911: A four-story fireproof building was built and increased capacity to 50 beds.
1915: The hospital built an eight-story building and doubled the capacity to 100 beds.
1924: “A” wing was added, increasing the capacity to 215 beds.
1942: Another addition increased capacity to almost 300 beds.
1945: H. R. Cullen gave $2 million to Lillie Jolly School of Nursing for the construction of the Professional Nurses’ Building.

Through its history, Memorial Hospital was a leader in health care in Houston, establishing many “firsts”:

First chartered school of nursing, 1909
First general hospital to offer psychiatric care, 1920s
First “fever box” in the US to resuscitate newborns, 1930s
First therapeutic tank to treat polio, 1930s
First hospital in Texas to have air-conditioned operating rooms and nurseries, 1930s
First hospital in Texas to receive penicillin shipment, 1943
First hospital to expand services into the Houston suburban areas and developed the hospital satellite system, 1960s

In the 1940s, Memorial opted not to move into the Texas Medical Center, remaining in downtown where it was closer to patients. With the same, consistent mission to provide the communities of Houston with excellent health care at a reasonable cost, Memorial developed the hospital satellite system. In the 1960s, it open three community hospitals in the Southwest (1962), Southeast (1963), and Northwest (1966). The new system allowed regional hospitals to serve the community around them while sharing services, resources, and costs with other hospitals in the Memorial Healthcare System. As W. Wilson Turner, administrator of Memorial Hospital 1958-1981 remarked, “Memorial was a pioneer of multiple health care units under one administrative management in the country.”

In 1971, in order to accept federal and community funds, Memorial Hospital broke ties with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. After 70 years, Memorial closed its downtown hospital in 1977 and moved to the Southwest location on the Southwest Freeway at Beechnut. Everything was moved patients, equipment, supplies, furnishings, and even the Bowles Chapel, which was disassembled and rebuilt piece by piece.

In 1997 Memorial Hospital merged with Hermann Hospital, becoming Memorial Hermann Healthcare System. Today, it is one of the largest non-for-profit healthcare system in Texas with roughly 19 hospitals and several specialty service points throughout the Greater Houston area.

Other notable individuals in the collection:

Lillian Irene Wilson Burnett Jolly (Lillie Jolly) was born near Louisville, Kentucky in 1877. She graduated from the School of Nursing at the Kentucky School of Medicine in 1907. Before attending school she worked in mental health institutions. In 1908, she moved to Houston to be a surgeon’s assistant and director of nurses at the Baptist Sanitarium (later Memorial Hospital). Lillie Jolly was director of the Hospital Training School for Nurses for over 30 years, 1908-1947. In 1945 the school was renamed in her honor, the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing. From 1917 to 1920, she served as superintendent, leading the hospital for two years before re-focusing her attention to the nurses and the nursing school. Robert Jolly became superintendent and served in the position from 1920-1945. Robert and Lillie Jolly were married at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Day 1924. She retired in 1947. Lillie Jolly died in 1953.

Robert Jolly was born in Cave City, Kentucky in 1885. He was a Baptist minister. He became the Business Manager for the Baptist Sanitarium in 1919. In 1920 he took over as superintendent for the hospital, a position he held until his retirement in 1945. As superintendent, Jolly oversaw the development and growth of the hospital for 24 years. Jolly was a great fundraiser and worked to make Memorial Hospital one of the leaders in health care. In 1922, the American College of Surgeons awarded Memorial its hospital certification. Jolly also represented the hospital in national organizations, taking leadership positions in the Texas Hospital Association, American Protestant Hospital Association, American Hospital Association, and American College of Hospital Administrators. Robert Jolly died in 1952.

Lela Smith Hickey (Mrs. H. H.) graduated from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing in 1933. She donated a collection of about 31 photographs that depict the nurses, nursing students, physicians, and facilities of Memorial Hospital in 1932, including the operating room supervisor “Birdie” Byrd. According to a note found in the collection, she was a distant cousin of D. R. Pevoto, founder of Memorial Hospital, and worked “CU” [perhaps, Intensive Care Unit] until early 1960s. Lela Smith Hickey died May 7, 1970.

Col. J. W. Neal and wife, Elizabeth Mitchell Neal, founders of the Cheek-Neal Coffee Co. that made Maxell House famous, were staunch Baptists who supported Memorial Hospital. He became a trustee in the 1920s, and they created two trust funds at the hospital in memory of their children Margaret Ophelia Neal for sick and disabled children and James Robert Neal for X-ray treatment of cancer. In 1944 Mrs. Neal gave Memorial Hospital the block used for their Nurses’ Professional Building in Downtown Houston. Hugh Roy Cullen provided the funds to construct the building, donating $2 million. The building was completed in 1948.

SOURCES:

“History of Memorial Hospital Much Like city’s dynamic story” by Betty Ewing. Houston Chronicle, 1982, 11/27. Reference Files; Memorial Hospital System [Baptist Sanatorium], (Houston, Texas); John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
“Memorial Hospital Facility to Celebrate Its 75th Anniversary at banquet Tonight” by Mary Jane Schier. Houston Post, 1982, 11/29. Reference Files; Memorial Hospital System [Baptist Sanatorium], (Houston, Texas); John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
News clipping, Box 9, Folder 22, “Mrs. Lillie Jolly has Always Liked to Help People” by Bess Whitehead Scott, [unknown newspaper], Houston, TX. 1938, 01/09. Memorial Hospital records; IC 022; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
“Memorial’s 50th Year Observed” by George DeMenil. Houston Post, 1957, 08/25. Reference Files; Memorial Hospital System [Baptist Sanatorium], (Houston, Texas); John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
Note and catalog card for P-176 in Lela Smith Hickey Collection. Memorial Hospital Photograph Collection; IC 103; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
Francis, Ted and Carole McFarland. 1982. The Memorial Hospital System: The First Seventy-Five Years. Special Commemorative Edition. Houston: Larksdale Press.
Memorial Hermann website, About us, http://www.memorialhermann.org/about-us/, Accessed: 10/12/2018
Handbook of Texas Online, Diana J. Kleiner, “MEMORIAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM,” accessed September 19, 2018, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/sbm07.

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Scope and Contents Note

The Memorial Hospital Photograph Collection contains 4039 photographic prints and negatives from 1903 to 1976 that chronicle the long history of the Memorial Hospital System (originally Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital). The photographs depict the staff, physicians, personnel, departments, nursing school students, faculty and Lillie Jolly (director), facilities and building construction of the Memorial Hospital System. The earliest dated photograph is the only nitrate negative (P-3387). It depicts Louisville Male High School graduating class of 1903, which includes Roger Jolly. It is in good condition. There is a separate series of about 31 photographs donated by Lela Smith Hickey that depict the nurses, nursing students, physicians, and facilities of Memorial Hospital in 1932, including the operating room supervisor “Birdie” Byrd. The entire collection equals 3.5 cubic feet and includes 7 boxes. Materials are in good condition.

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Access Restrictions

Unrestricted. Material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish from this material must be facilitated through the repository, McGovern Historical Center.

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IC 022 Memorial Hospital System records; IC 071 Memorial/Hermann Healthcare records; IC 086 Hermann Hospital Archive records; IC 098 TMC Library Historical Photograph Collection; IC 104 TMC Photograph Collection; MS 181 Leta Denham RN papers; MS 210 Judson L. Taylor

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)

Jolly, Lillian (Lillie) Irene Wilson Burnett

Subjects (Organizations)

Baptist Sanitarium
Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Training School for Nurses
Memorial Baptist Hospital, Lillie Jolly School of Nursing
Memorial Hospital System

Subjects

Hospitals–Medical Staff
Interns (Medicine)
Medical instruments and apparatus
Medicine and Health
Nursing schools—Texas
Nursing–History–20th century
Residents (Medicine)
Schools, Nursing—Texas—Portraits
Students, Nursing
Students, Nursing—Texas—Portraits

Places

Houston (Texas)

Document Types

Negatives (photographs)
Photographs

Occupation

Nurses
Physicians
Surgeons

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Preferred Citation

Memorial Hospital Photograph Collection; IC 103; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

Please cite the box and folder numbers where appropriate.

Acquisition Information

Memorial Hospital System donated the materials in 1979.

Processing Information

Copy of catalog card is housed with each item. The catalog card provides more information about the items, such as photographer service, dimensions, and, occasionally, brief historical or biographical descriptions of subjects. Finding aid provides a brief description of image, most often the name of who is pictured and their occupation at the hospital.

The collection materials were pulled from IC 098 TMC Library Historical Photograph Collection to create this collection based on the donor, Memorial Hospital System. The images were previously cataloged and housed in acid-free envelopes. At that time, a photo identification number (P-### for prints or N-### for negatives) was assigned to each photograph or group of photographs. In 2018 the collection was processed as a new collection. The descriptions provided on the catalog cards were written on the envelope and inventoried, noting the description, dimensions, and quantity. The descriptive information was encoded for each envelope along with the quantity of photographs (in square brackets) in each envelope.

Based on the catalog descriptions a group of photographs indicated as Lela Smith Hickey Collection were separated into their own series. Items are arranged within each series in numerical order based on the photograph identification number (P-####). Negatives and prints with the same photograph identification number were housed in the same envelope, indicated by folder number with both photograph identification numbers (P-####, N-####).

Additions

No accruals are expected for this collection.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I: Lela Smith Hickey Collection, 1932
This series contains 31 photographs taken or collected by Lela Smith Hickey while she was a nursing student at Memorial Hospital (Baptist Sanitarium) in 1932. She or her family donated the collection to Memorial Hospital sometime before 1979. Photographs depict nurses, nursing students, hosptial staff, physicians, and facilites of Memorial Hospital in 1932. The inventory provides descriptive information and year for each item with the quantity of photographs (in square brackets, [ ]).
Box Folder
1 P-173 Judson L. Taylor: Surgeon [1], 1932
  P-176 Lela Smith Hickey Collection [11], 1932
  P-177 Lela Smith Hickey Collection [8], 1932
  P-178 Pat Heard: Surgeon [1], 1932
  P-179 Herman W. Johnson: Obstetrician [1], 1932
  P-180 Frank Iiams: Gynecologist Obstetrician [1], 1932
  P-181 E. Freeman Robbins: Surgeon [1], 1932
  P-182 Hebert Thomas Hayes: Proctologist [1], 1932
  P-183 Hellmuth Jack Ehlers Surgeon [1], 1932
  P-184 Louis E. Willford: General Practice [1], 1932
  P-185 Arthur Thurman Talley, Sr.: Obstetrics, Gynecologist [1], 1932
  P-186 Harry Bunyan Burr: Proctologist [1], 1932
  P-187 Martin J. Taylor: Surgeon: Gynecologist [1], 1932
  P-188 Russell Farber Bonham: Anesthesiologist [1], 1932
Series II: Memorial Hospital System Collection, 1903-1979
This series contains photographs and negatives that depict Memorial Hospital staff, physicians, nurses, facilites, and medical equipment from 1910s-1970s. The earliest dated photograph is the only nitrate negative (P-3387). It depicts Louisville Male High School graduating class of 1903, which includes Roger Jolly. It is in good condition. The inventory provides descriptive information and year for each item with the quantity of photographs (in square brackets, [ ]).
Box Folder
1 P-100 Charles Sanford Alexander: Otorhinolaryngology: Ophthalmology [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-101 Jewell C. Alexander Proctologist: Urologist [1], 1920s
  P-102 Johnson Peyton Barnes Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-103 E.W. Bertner: Surgeon [1], circa 1930
  P-104 Allan P. Bloxsom: Pediatrician [1], 1930s
  P-105 J. Reese Blundell: Urologist [1], 1930s
  P-106 Adam Napoleon Boyd: General Practice [1], 1930s
  P-107 James Albert Brown: Neurosurgical [1], 1930s
  P-108 Charles E. Bruhl: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-109 Thomas Walker Burke: Internist [1], 1930s
  P-110 Frank O. Calaway: Pediatrician [1], 1920s
  P-111 Photograph: of Ray G. Collins: General Practice [1], 1930s
  P-112 Lewis Bertrand Corbett: General Practice [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-113 P.R. Denman: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-114 Hellmuth Jack Ehlers Surgeon [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-115 Monroe L. Elliott General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-116 Elisha Embree: Anesthesiologist [1], 1930s
  P-117 Edward O. Fitch: Pediatrician [1], 1920s
  P-118 James G. Flynn: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-119 Alvis Greer: Internal Medicine [1], 1920s
  P-120 John Hoskins Foster: Otorhinolaryngologist [1], 1920s
  P-121 Charles S. Gates: Surgeon: Industrial Medicine [1], 1920s
  P-122 C. McFerrin Griswald: Dermatologist [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-123 James Greenwood, Jr. Neurosurgeon [1], 1930s
  P-124 John Wade Harris Proctologists [1], 1930s
  P-125 T. Fred Harris: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-126 Herbert Thomas Hayes: Proctologist [1], 1920s
  P-127 James A. Hill: Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-128 Gordon F. Hinds: Pediatrician [1], 1930s
  P-129 Fred M. Hughes: General Practice [1], circa 1926-1930
  P-130 Hector Mason Janse: Otorhinolaryngologist [1], 1930s
  P-131 Franklin H. Kilgore: Internal Medicine [1], 1920s
  P-132 Harvey Lee Kincaid: Obstetrician: Gynecologist [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-133 Frank Huston Lancaster Pediatrician [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-134,N-134 Paul Veal Ledbetter: Internal Medicine [2], 1922
  P-135 Allen L. McMurrey: Gynecology [1], 1920s
  P-136 A.S. McNeill: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-137 Henry R. Maresh: Internal Medicine [1], circa 1920-1930
  P-138 Rudolph E. Maresh: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-139 Flavius Downs Mohle: Internal Medicine [1], 1930s
  P-140 Henry S. Meyer: Pediatrician [1], 1930s
  P-141 McDonald Orman: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-142 J. Herbert Page: Hospital Administration [1], 1920s
  P-143 Archive Lane Mitchell: Pediatrician [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-144 James M. Mitchner: Orthopedists [1], 1920s
  P-145 James Howard Park: Pediatrician [1], 1920s
  P-146 Herbert F. Poyner: Surgeons [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-147 John Roberts Phillips: Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-148 William Edward Ramsay: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-149 E. Freeman Robbins: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-150 Thomas Arnold Sanderson: Anesthesiologist [1], 1930s
  P-151 Everett Richardson Seale: Dermatologist [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-152 Carl W. Shirley: Urologist Proctologist [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-153 George Herschel Spurlock Obstetrician: Gynecologist [1], 1920s
  P-154 Earl Wm. Thoma: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-155 Wm. Burton Thorning: Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-157 Joseph Dudgeon Walker: Ophthalmologist [1], 1920s
  P-158 Paul Randolph Stalnaker: Urologists [1], 1920s
  P-159 Hugh C. Welsh: Proctologist [1], 1920s
  P-160 Seward H. Willis: Obstetrician: Gynecologist [1], circa 1925-1930
  P-161 John Henry Wootters: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-162 Ernest Wright: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-163 James R. Bost: Orthopedist [1], circa 1930-1935
  P-164 Robert Lee Cox: Surgeon: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-165 Thomas E. Dunnam: Surgeon: General Practice [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-166 Joseph Thomas Jones: Urologist [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-167 Alfred Morris Parsons: Surgeon [1], 1920s
  P-168 John B. Legnard: Urologist [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-169 John H. Turner: Urologist [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-170 Adair W. White: Obstetrics: Gynecology [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-171 John G. Schilling: General Practice [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-172 A.T. Talley, Sr.: Obstetrics: Gynecology [2], circa 1930-1935
  P-174 Martin J. Taylor: Surgeon: Gynecologist [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-175 Wm. Arthur Toland: Gynecologist: Surgeon [1], circa 1928
  P-189, N-189 Benjy Brooks: Pediatric Surgeon [1], 1963
  P-190, N-190 Lester L. Hoaglin: Internal Medicine [1], 1959
  P-191 William H. Kolter, Jr.: General Surgery [1], 1960s
  P-192 John L. Perry: General Surgery [1], 1960s
  P-193 A.T. Talley, Jr.: Gynecologist [1], 1960s
  P-194 Jay J. Welch: Director of Medicine Education: Internal Medicine [3], 1960
  P-195 John G. Dudley: Executive Director of Memorial Baptist Hospital [2], circa 1946-1955
  P-196, N-196 Pete Gonzales: Hospital orderly receiving service pin [4], 1963
  P-197, N-197 E. Freeman Robbins: 75th Birthday Party [5], 1963
  P-198 E.D. Head: Baptist Minister [1], circa 1925-1935
  P-199 George W. Truett: Pastor of First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas [1], 1920s
  P-200 E.P. West: Pastor of Baptist Temple, Houston, Texas [1], circa 1920-1930
  P-201 A.E. Kerr: Trustee of Memorial Hospital [2], 1966
  P-202 Dr. R.G. Lee: Pastor Bellevue Baptist Church, Memphis, Tenn. [1], circa 1930-1945
  P-203 Walter H. Walne: Trustee of Memorial Hospital [1], circa 1950-1960
  P-204 Clara Querau: Secretary for National League of Nursing Education, Accrediting Committee [1], 1930s
  P-205 F.S. Grover: Secretary of Executive Board, Baptist General Convention of Texas [1], 1920s
  P-206 T.C. Jester, Sr.: Pastor of Baptist Temple, Houston, Texas [1], circa 1920-1940
  P-207 Clarence Rufus Roren: Director of Commission on Hospital Service, American Hospital Association [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-208 Zelma Lee Bond: Lillie Jolly School of Nursing, Student Secretary [1], circa 1920-1935
  P-209 Elizabeth Morgan Galm [3], 1961
  P-210 Mrs. Billie Hoag: Medical Records Librarian: John G. Dudley Presenting service pin [1], 1960
  P-211 Earl Skogman: Hospital Administrator [1], 1975
  P-212 Susan K. Porter: U.S. Army promotion Ceremony [1], 1970
  P-213 Barbara Odom: Director of Nursing and Director of Nursing Education [1], 1959
  P-214,N-214 Mary Farrow: Assistant Director of Nursing Service at Memorial Southwest Unit [2], 1963
  P-215,N-215 Pearl Rinoff: Dietitian [5], 1960s
  P-216 H.C. Stevens: Hospital Administrator [11], circa 1960-1966
  P-217, N-217 Lillie Wilson Jolly: Director of Memorial Hospital School of Nursing [1], 1940s
  P-218 Williams G. Mitchell: Hospital Administrator [12], 1965
  P-219 David Moore: Hospital Administration [8], 1970
  P-220 Laura Evans Bates [2], circa 1961
  P-221,N-221 Morris Parrish: Hospital Administrator [1], circa 1959
  P-222,N-222 Morris Parrish: Hospital Administrator [10], circa 1965
  P-223,N-223 Thomas H. “Pappy” Compere Anesthesiologist [7], 1963
  P-224,N-224 Mrs. Magill: Retirement Party [22], undated
  P-225,N-225 Mrs. Ruth C. Rogers: Nursing School Librarian [1], 1963
  P-226,N-226 Mrs. Kennard: Memorial Southwest Volunteers [3], 1962
  P-227 Hermond Westmoreland: Pastor of South Main Baptist Church [2], 1965
  P-228 Eva Marie Kennard Baptist Student Union Director [3], 1960
  P-229 Naomi Daughtry; Leasing office Secretary [2], 1961
  P-230,N-230 Mrs. Johnson: Cullen Building Hostess [1], 1958
  P-231 Gilbert Owen: Gift Shop manager [4], circa 1961-1963
  P-232 Weldon Ellis: Bus Driver [4], 1963
  P-233 Lorenzo Sanders: Bus Driver [4], 1963
  P-234,N-234 Florine Williams: Dietary Worker [2], 1963
  P-235,N-235 Ray Jackson: 30th Anniversary for this Surgery Orderly [4], 1964
  P-236,N-236 Freola Beauregard Surgery Orderly [3], 1963
  P-237,N-237 Mrs. Ophelia Harris: Ward Clerk [3], 1963
  P-238,N-238 H.C. Stevens: Hospital Administrator Receiving 30 Years Service pin [1], 1960
  P-239,N-239 Charles Daggs: Donor of Scrapbook [3], 1959
  P-240 Thomas B. Sellers, Jr.: Assistant Administrator [1], circa 1955-1965
  P-241 James L. Henry: Administrative Resident [1], 1960s
  P-242 Mrs. John W. Neal [2], circa 1920-1930
  P-243 Hydrotherapy Machine: Therapeutic Bath [1], 1937
  P-244 Emma Musgrove [1], undated
  P-245 A.D. Foreman: Memorial Hospital Board Member [1], 1930s
  P-246 Rev. E. F. Adams [1], circa 1920-1930
  P-247 Sid Williams [1], circa 1920-1940
  P-248 Lester Cain [20], 1965
  P-249 Robert Jolly and four residents [1], circa 1940
  P-250 D.R. Pevoto [3], undated
  P-251 Nursing School Instructors: Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Faculty [6], 1960s
  P-252,N-252 Max C. Butler [1], 1963
  P-253,N-253 Patients at Southwest Memorial Hospital Howell Children [3], 1960s
  P-254,N-254 Patients at Southwest Memorial Hospital Patient in neck Traction [2], 1963
  P-257,N-257 Patient at Southwest Memorial Hospital: Mrs. Fogel and Newborn Twins [5], 1964
  P-258,N-258 Patient at Southwest Memorial Hospital The McMurtrey baby and mother [4], 1962
  P-259,N-259 Patient at Southwest Memorial Hospital: Michael Crummel [7], 1963
  P-260,N260 Patient at Southwest Memorial Hospital Glen Bunting [4], 1962
  P-261,N261 Cullen Nurses’ Building Hostesses [12], 1963
  P-262,N262 Patient at Southwest Memorial Hospital Austin Family and Baby: First Baby born at Southwest Memorial Hospital [4], 1962
  P-263,N-263 Graduation Ceremonies for student nurses [19], 1960
  P-264,N-264 Graduation Ceremonies for student nurses [19], 1960
  P-265,N-265 Graduation Ceremonies for student nurses [15], 1957
  P-266,N-266 Student nurse at a Preclinical reception [10], 1961
  P-267,N-267 Student nurse at a Preclinical reception [7], 1962
  P-268,N-268 The student nurses capping ceremony [11], 1959
  P-269,N-269 The Senior Banquet for the Student Nurses [16], 1962
  P-270,N-270 The Senior Banquet for the Student Nurses [4], 1963
Box Folder
2 P-271,N-271 Graduation Ceremonies for Student nurses at the Lillie Jolly for Student of Nursing [16], 1959
  P-272,N-272 Students from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing on a trip to Glorieta [2], 1963
  P-273,N-273 Nursing School Workshop [8], 1962
  P-274,N-274 Nursing Students taking a water rescue course [9], 1962
  P-275,N-275 Lillie Jolly Booth at the Health Fair [5], 1962
  P-276,N-276 Presentation of the American can Company Scholarship to a Student nurse [4], 1963
  P-277,N-277 Nursing Students in hospital settings [7], 1960-1970
  P-278,N-278 Party at Cains’ Diamond C Ranch and other Social Events for student nurses [27], 1956
  P-279 Memorial Hospital Nursing Station [1], circa 1935
  P-280 Physical Therapist Standing next to a Whirlpool Machine [1], circa 1957
  P-281 Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies for the Memorial Hospital Central Unit [12], 1965
  P-282,N-282 Ground Breaking Ceremonies for the Memorial Professional Building [16], 1956
  P-283 Exterior view of the Memorial Hospital Southwest [1], 1960s
  P-284 Memorial Hospital Central Unit [2], 1953
  P-285 Memorial Hospital Central Unit [1], 1952
  P-286 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital first addition [1], circa 1960
  P-287 Memorial Hospital Central Unit [2], 1940
  P-288 Memorial Hospital Central Unit [8], 1956-1957
  P-289 Construction of the cooling tower and Incinerator Stack at Memorial Hospital [8], 1959
  P-290 Memorial Professional Building under Construction and after Completion [40], 1956-1958
  P-291 Senior Nursing Students at the Junior Reception [1], 1945
  P-292 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Original Building and the first addition [1], 1911
  P-293 Postcard of the Cullen Nurses’ Building [1], circa 1948
  P-294 Bovie Machine [1], circa 1930
  P-295,N-295 Occupational Therapy [21], 1963-1965
  P-296 Early Nurses’ Station [1], 1920s
  P-297,N-297 Construction at Memorial Hospital [47], 1951
  P-298,N-298 Memorial Hospital with the Doctors Parking Lot in the foreground [1], 1940
  P-299 King House [2], 1940
  P-300,N-300 Student Nurses Standing in front of the Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], 1919
  P-301,N-301 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], 1950s
  P-302,N-302 Graphotype Machine in use at Memorial Hospital [1], 1961
  P-303,N-303 Addressograph Machine [1], 1961
  P-304 Nurse and Surgeon in an Operating room at Memorial Hospital [1], circa 1930
  P-305 Laundry room at Memorial Hospital [1], undated
  P-306,N-306 Automatic equipment from the Radiology Department at Southwest Memorial Hospital [3], 1963
  P-307,N-307 Anesthesia being Administered to a patient at Memorial Hospital Southwest [6], 1964
  P-308,N-308 Physical Therapist with Patients at Memorial Hospital [15], 1964
  P-309,N-309 Credit Union at Memorial Hospital Southwest [3], 1962
  P-310,N-310 Children receiving tours of Memorial Hospital Southwest [7], 1963
  P-311,N-311 Award Ceremonies for Memorial Hospital Employees [20], 1963
  P-312,N-312 Award Recipients at Memorial Hospital [16], 1964
  P-313,N-313 Day Care Nursing at Memorial Hospital [15], 1960-1970
  P-314,N-314 Hospital Disaster Drill [25], 1962
  P-315 Licensed Vocational Nurses in training at Memorial Hospital [46], 1963
  P-316,N-316 Laundry room at Memorial Hospital [51], 1963-1964
  P-317,N-317 Medical Staff Elections and Meetings [8], 1962
  P-318,N-318 Medical Staff Election and Meeting [8], 1960
  P-319 Memorial Hospital Administrators [4], 1957
  P-321 Quadruplets born in Memorial Hospital [2], 1950s
  P-322 Bertha E. Beecher [1], undated
  P-323 H. R. Cullen [1], undated
  P-324 John S. Marshall, the Vice President of American Service Co. [2], undated
  P-325,N-325 T.M. Kennerly [11], 1930-1956
  P-326 Lieutenant Eunice Hatchitt and Mrs. E.A. Schmidt, Graduates of the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [1], 1942
  P-327 Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cain and Mr. Turner [3], 1960s
  P-328 Elsie Wickett [1], undated
  P-329 R.E. Burt [2], 1910s
  P-330 Print of Charles B. Moulinier [1], circa 1910
  P-331,N-331 Morris Parrish [17], 1970s
  P-332,N-332 Morris Parrish [10], 1965
  P-333 Mrsw. J.W. Neal [1], undated
  P-334 Mr. F.M. Law [1], 1930
  P-335 Dr. Jamie Levin and Mrs. Collier, R.N. [1], 1950s
  P-336,N-336 M.T. Mustian [7], circa 1964
  P-337,N-337 Robert Jolly [4], 1930-1945
  P-338,N-338 John G. Dudley [6], 1950s
  P-339 Ed S. Crocker, a former President of Medical Staff at Memorial Hospital [1], 1958
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3 P-340 Victor L. LeTulle [1], 1940s
  P-341 E.H. Westmoreland: Memorial Hospital Trustee [1], undated
  P-342 C.E. Hunt [1], undated
  P-343 Evelyn Calhoun and Shirley Trchalek greeting Bobbie Wilson [2], 1956
  P-344 Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Cullen, F.M. Law, Robert Jolly, and an Unidentified man [1], 1945
  P-345 John Dudley, Jim Lyons and W. Wilson [1], 1950s
  P-346 John Dudley and W. Turner at Memorial Hospital [1], circa 1950
  P-347 George Irving, John Dudley, and Dr. Logue [1], circa 1950
  P-348 Picture of George Crile [1], undated
  P-349 Participants at a banquet give for A.D. Foreman in Memphis, Tennessee [1], circa 1946
  P-350 Gilmore Triplets [1], 1944
  P-351 Gilmore Triplets [3], circa 1945
  P-352 Student Nurses’ Christmas Party [1], 1941
  P-353 Student Nurse [2], 1945
  P-354 Baptist Hospital School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1937 [1], 1937
  P-355 Baptist Hospital School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1933 [1], 1933
  P-356 Class of Nursing Students attending the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing [1], undated
  P-357 First graduating class from the Baptist Sanitarium Train School [1], 1960
  P-358 Baptist Hospital School of Nursing’s Student Glee Club [1], 1943
  P-359 Preclinical Nursing Students from the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing [1], circa 1942
  P-360 Graduation Ceremonies held for students from the Baptist Sanitarium Training School at the First Baptist Church [1], 1960
  P-361 Senior Nursing Students at the Junior Reception [1], 1944
  P-362 Students and Graduate Staff at the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing [1], circa 1928-1930
  P-363 Students nurses meeting with the Master at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [2], circa 1950
  P-364 Students from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [1], 1950s
  P-365 Student Nurse holding an infant [1], undated
  P-366 Various Student Activities at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [6], 1950s
  P-367 Students Attending the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing [1], circa 1925-1944
  P-368 Students taken during the Capping Ceremonies in December 1968 at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [1], 1968
  P-369 Students attending the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing [1], 1942
  P-370 Student Nurse with a Patient at Memorial Hospital [2], circa 1940
  P-371 Different Student uniforms worn at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [2], 1960s
  P-372 Student Nurses in Swimming Pool Scenes [4], circa 1960-1970
  P-373 Student nurses performing skits at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [5], circa 1960
  P-374 Students at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing in their Classroom [12], 1950s
  P-375 Student Nurses with patients in Memorial Hospital [15], 1945-1960
  P-376 Student Nurses Capping Ceremony at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [12], 1968
  P-377 Cadet Nurses [1], 1944
  P-378 Extracurricular activities of Students at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [7], 1950s
  P-379 Religious activities of Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [5], 1940-1959
  P-380 Leisure time activities of Students at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [13], 1950-1970
  P-381 Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [2], 1957-1959
  P-382 Student Nurses with patients in Memorial Hospital [19], 1960-1970
  P-383 Senior Class activities at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [86], 1968
  P-384 Graduation Ceremonies for the Students at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [37], 1962
  P-385 Graduation Ceremonies for the Students at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [14], 1964
  P-386 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1962 [1], 1962
  P-387 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1961 [1], 1961
  P-388 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1957 [1], 1957
  P-389 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1956 [2], 1956
  P-390 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1960 [1], 1960
  P-391 Preclinical reception for the Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [23], 1957
  P-392 Capping Ceremony for the Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [12], 1961
  P-393 Nurses and Nursing Students with the Sanitarium and Hospital in the background [1], 1924
  P-394 Two Nursing Students and a Nurse standing by a patient’s bed [1], 1920s
  P-395 Capping Ceremony at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [15], 1962
  P-396 Capping Ceremonies at the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [2], 1960
  P-397 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing of Capping Ceremony [2], circa 1955
  P-398 Students participating in the Christmas Seal Campaign [1], 1963
  P-399 Student Nurses attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [1], 1960s
  P-400 Graduating Class from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [2], 1960s
  P-401 Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [1], 1960s
  P-402 Students Graduating from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [1], circa 1960
  P-403 Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [74], 1969
  P-404 Students and their R.N. Supervisors standing in front of the Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], circa 1960
  P-405 Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [79], 1962
  P-406 Senior Class activities and Graduation of the Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [103], 1969
  P-407 Student Nurses in Classroom and Clinical Scenes [89], 1969
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4 P-408 Student Nurses in clinical scenes at Memorial Hospital [16], 1945-1965
  P-409 Photo of the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduating Class of 1965 [1], 1965
  P-410 Students in classes at the Jolly School of Nursing [31], 1960-1970
  P-411 Social events and activities of the students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [48], 1960-1970
  P-412 Nursing students with graduate nurse [3], circa 1960
  P-413 Capping ceremony held for students attending the Lillie Jolly School of nursing [9], 1965
  P-414 Students attending the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing [20], 1960s
  P-415 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 1965 [27], 1965
  P-416 Capping Ceremony for the Students attending the Lillie Jolly School for Nursing [24], 1966
  P-417 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduation Ceremony [16], 1960s
  P-418 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Student Choirs [20], 1950-1970
  P-419 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Bell Choir [27], 1965
  P-420 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 1966 [30], 1966
  P-421 Students Nurses in Clinical Scenes at Memorial Hospital [91], 1960s
  P-422 Various Students Nurse Uniforms Worn at the Jolly School of Nursing [35], 1960s
  P-423 Students Attending the Lillie Jolly of Nursing [76], 1960s
  P-424 Students in Classroom and Clinical Scenes [101], 1965-1969
  P-425 Students Nurses with Patients at Memorial Hospital [114], 1960s
  P-426 Students from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Participating in Social and Leisure activities [62], 1969
  P-427 Students from the Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Participating in Social activities [118], 1969
  P-428 Memorial Hospital Administrators and Board of Directors [1], 1943
  P-429 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Administrators and the Board of Directors [1], 1926
  P-430 Robert Jolly with members of the Board of Directors of Memorial Hospital [1], undated
  P-431 Memorial Hospital Administrators [1], circa 1940
  P-432 The Superintendents of Baptist Hospitals of the South taken at the American Hospital Association Meeting in Cleveland, Ohio [1], 1944
  P-433 Board Members and Physicians from Memorial Hospital [2], undated
  P-435 Memorial Hospital Board of Directors [1], 1943
  P-436 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Board of Directors [1], 1926
  P-437 Jane Raulston, Barbara Odom and Glendola Nash, Members of the Memorial Hospital Nursing Faculty [1], 1950s
  P-438 Nursing Supervisors at Memorial Hospital [1], 1940s
  P-439 Mrs. Jolly consulting with the nursing supervisors at Memorial Hospital [1], 1936
  P-440 M.D. Whiteside, John Dudley and W.W. Turner [1], 1963
  P-441 John Dudley and M.D. Whiteside in an Advisory Board Meeting [1], 1959
  P-442 American Protestant Hospital Association Meeting in Cleveland, Ohio [2], 1952
  P-443 Combined board and Medical Staff Meeting in the Crystal Ballroom of the Rice Hotel [3], 1940s
  P-444 Speaker at the Texas Hospital Association Meeting in Galveston [1], 1950
  P-445 Medical Staff Election and Meeting at Memorial Hospital [21], 1961
  P-446 Memorial Hospital Medical Staff Meeting at the Rice Hotel [1], 1943
  P-447 Doctors and nurses in various scenes at Memorial Hospital [8], 1960-1970
  P-448 Four Physicians Working at Memorial Hospital [2], 1945
  P-449 Candy Stripers and Auxiliary Volunteers working at Memorial Hospital [36], 1962-1963
  P-450 Boy with his head wrapped and holding a baseball [1], 1930s
  P-451 Mother with her newborn infant in room 533 at Memorial Hospital [1], 1936
  P-452 Crippled Children in Memorial Hospital [29], 1928-1937
  P-453 Nurse Anesthetists in Atlantic City [2], 1937
  P-454 Sick and Crippled Children from Memorial Hospital with KTRH Broadcasting Company [1], 1930s
  P-455 Ceremony held at the First Baptist Church [3], 1940s
  P-456 Lillie Jolly School of Nursing Alumni activities [6], 1960s
  P-457 Congregation of the South Main Baptist Church on the front steps of the Church [1], 1937
  P-458 Silver Tea [1], 1930s
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5 P-459 Bibles presented by the Gideons and donated by E.E. Townes Bible Class to Memorial Hospital [1], 1942
  P-460 Southern Methodist University Mascot Visiting the Children at Memorial Hospital [6], 1930
  P-461 Nursing students participating in bible study in Rev. Pevoto’s office [1], circa 1909
  P-462 T.M. Kennerly leading a prayer at a prayer meeting [1], undated
  P-463 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital personnel in front of the building [1], 1931
  P-464 Night scenes at Memorial Hospital [28], 1950s
  P-465 City Block Occupied by the Memorial Hospital Buildings [1], circa 1932
  P-466 City Block Occupied by Memorial Hospital [2], circa 1932-1949
  P-467 Memorial Hospital taken from the Esperson Building [1], 1928
  P-468 Aerial view of Downtown Houston [2], circa 1950
  P-469 Aerial view of Downtown Houston with Memorial Hospital Visible in the lower right corner [1], 1940s
  P-470 Memorial Hospital [2], circa 1950
  P-471 Houston taken from Memorial Hospital [1], circa 1932
  P-472 Picture of Memorial Hospital [1], 1945
  P-473 Construction on Memorial Hospital Nice Story “L” side [41], 1951-1952
  P-474 Pool, for the Cullen Nurse’s Building, under construction [47], 1965
  P-478 Construction a new wing and remodeling at Memorial Hospital [61], 1965
  P-479 Construction of the Memorial Hospital Medical and Professional Building [7], 1956-1958
  P-480 Memorial Hospital: Construction [1], undated
  P-481 Drawings of Memorial Hospital [2], 1948
  P-482 Proposed additions to Memorial Hospital and the proposed Doctor’s office building: Architectural rendering [1], 1945
  P-483 Drawing of the Cullen Nurse’s Building [1], 1930s
  P-484 Memorial Hospital addition: Architectural rendering [1], 1951
  P-485 New wing on Memorial Hospital [2], 1964
  P-486 Exterior view of Memorial Hospital taken from Lamar Street [1], circa 1960
  P-487 Children in front of Memorial Hospital’s Cottage for sick and Crippled Children on Christmas Eve [1], 1937
  P-488 Children sitting in front of the Memorial Hospital’s Little White Cottage for sick and crippled children; views of the building [7], 1935-1940
  P-489 Memorial Hospital System Central unit on Beechnut at the Southwest Freeway [1], 1976
  P-490 Memorial Hospital “Colored” Annex [1], undated
  P-491 Memorial Hospital taken from the Corner of Smith and Louisiana [2], 1942
  P-492 Memorial Hospital Building, Cullen Nurses’ Building and the Professional Building [1], 1957
  P-493 The Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [2], 1914
  P-494 Memorial Hospital [1], 1930
  P-495 Queen House, a Women’s Dormitory at Memorial Hospital [1], circa 1950
  P-496 Memorial Hospital Building taken from corner of Smith and Louisiana, with the 310 Employees of the Hospital lined up in front [1], circa 1932
  P-497 Memorial Hospital Nurses Dormitory on Dallas Street [2], 1930s
  P-498 Student Nurse Housing [1], undated
  P-499 Baptist Sanitarium [1], 1907
  P-500 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital and Little White Cottage [1], circa 1916
  P-501 Front entrance to the Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], 1924
  P-502 Front entrance to Memorial Hospital [2], 1945-1965
  P-503 Cullen Nurses’ Building [36], 1948-1966
  P-504 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital: Architectural rendering [1], circa 1920
  P-505 Memorial Hospital taken from the Corner of Lamar and Smith Street [1], circa 1950
  P-506 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], circa 1915
  P-507 L & L Pharmacy [1], circa 1930
  P-508 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], 1911
  P-509 Memorial Hospital Showing the Hospital Progress from the Original to Newer buildings [1], 1956
  P-510 Memorial Hospital and the Hospital’s Professional Building [1], circa 1959
  P-511 Memorial Hospital [1], 1940s
  P-512 Memorial Hospital Building at night [1], circa 1950
  P-513 Memorial Hospital Pharmacy located on the corner of Lamar and Louisiana Street in Downtown Houston [3], 1954
  P-514 Memorial Hospital Pharmacy [23], 1956-1964
  P-515 Drug store and soda fountain located in the Memorial Hospital Pharmacy [1], circa 1956
  P-516 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Superintendent’s Office [1], circa 1920
  P-517 Living room in King House [1], 1930s
  P-518 King House Reception Room [1], 1930s
  P-519 Nurse using storage cabinets in Memorial Hospital [1], 1937
  P-520 Nurses and nursing students in a hall at Memorial Hospital [1], 1930s
  P-521 Hallways in Memorial Hospital [4], circa 1965
  P-522 Emergency room entrance at Memorial Hospital [1], 1965
  P-523 Recovery room at Memorial Hospital [2], undated
  P-524 Physical Therapy at Memorial Hospital [7], 1949-1969
  P-525 Operating rooms in Memorial Hospital [3], 1950s
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6 P-526 Office at the Baptist Sanitarium [1], circa 1909
  P-527 Private room for patients at the Baptist Sanitarium [1], circa 1909
  P-528 Waiting area in Memorial Hospital [3], 1957
  P-529 Two lobbies in Memorial Hospital [2], circa 1965
  P-530 Semi-Private patient rooms at Memorial Hospital [12], 1957
  P-531 Photographs showing interior views of the Cullen Nurses’ Building [29], 1960-1966
  P-532 Lobby in the Cullen Nurses’ Building [4], 1949-1969
  P-533 Library in the Cullen Nurses’ Building [50], 1960s
  P-534 Memorial Hospital Baby Nursery [1], 1942
  P-535 Memorial Hospital Baby Nursery [2], 1960s
  P-536 Memorial Hospital Barber Shop [1], circa 1918
  P-537 the Memorial Hospital Nursing Station [2], circa 1940
  P-538 Still used for intravenous Solutions at the Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital [1], 1930
  P-539 X-ray department at Memorial Hospital [4], 1944-1950
  P-540 Surgery work room at Memorial Hospital [4], 1940s
  P-541 Kitchen and its staff at Memorial Hospital [3], undated
  P-542 Dining room at Memorial Hospital [2], undated
  P-543 Sterilizers at Memorial Hospital [2], undated
  P-544 Parents viewing a newborn child in the nursery at Memorial Hospital [1], undated
  P-545 Boiler room at Memorial Hospital [1], undated
  P-546 Infant respirator used at Memorial Hospital [1], 1932
  P-547 Iron lung machines in use at Memorial Hospital [2], 1937
  P-548 Memorial Hospital fever box [2], 1935-1940
  P-549 Memorial Hospital Message box [2], 1940
  P-550 Memorial Hospital Tissue room and lab [1], 1930s
  P-551 X-ray viewing box at Memorial Hospital [2], 1930s
  P-552 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Laboratory [2], 1920s
  P-553 Personal in the Memorial Hospital laboratory [20], 1940-1959
  P-554 Oxygen inhalation therapy given at Memorial Hospital [31], 1965
  P-555 Memorial Hospital Switchboard [35], circa 1962
  P-556 Anesthesiology department at Memorial Hospital [12], 1943-1963
  P-558 the Dietary and Food Preparation departments at Memorial Hospital [72], 1962
  P-559 various equipment used throughout Memorial Hospital [36], 1962
  P-560 Memorial Hospital admitting department [11], 1963
  P-561 Accounting Department at Memorial Hospital [10], 1957
  P-562 Memorial Hospital Emergency entrance and emergency rooms [17], 1963
  P-563 Maintenance department at Memorial Hospital [48], 1962-1964
  P-564 Radiology Department at Memorial Hospital [2], 1930s
  P-565 High voltage generator for a x-ray machine [1], 1920s
  P-566 Surgery at Memorial Hospital [6], 1940s
  P-567 Medical Records Department at Memorial Hospital [14], 1957-1964
  P-568 Instruments and equipment used for surgery at Memorial Hospital [63], 1957-1965
  P-569 Surgery and the Preparation for Surgery at Memorial Hospital [45], 1957-1965
  P-570 Party given for the sick and crippled children and their parents at Memorial Hospital [1], 1936
  P-571 Assembly hall plaque [1], 1942
  P-572 Ground Breaking Ceremonies for the New Wing in Memorial Hospital [15], 1963
  P-573 Ribbon cutting Ceremonies for the Memorial Hospital Central Unit [28], 1965
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7 P-574 Awards banquet for Memorial Hospital Employees [50], 1960s
  P-575 Awards banquet for Memorial Hospital Employees [9], 1969-1970
  P-576 Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital Nurses and first superintendents taken during the groundbreaking ceremonies [1], 1911
  P-577 Memorial Hospital Awards Banquet [28], 1971
  P-578 Open House Week at Memorial Hospital Central Unit [256], 1965
  P-579 A Plaque Containing the names of all the Memorial Hospital Active and Associate Memorial Hospital Serving in the Armed Forces [1], circa 1914
  P-580 Margeret Ophelia Neal Plaque Unveiling [2], undated
  P-581 Railroad Engine No.103 [1], circa 1907
  P-582 Two ships in the ship Channel [1], undated
  P-583 Railroad Engine No. 104 [1], 1920s
  P-585 Greenwood, Sr. Neurologist [1], circa 1903
  P-587 Memorial Hospital: Proposed Central Unit on Beechnut at Southwest Freeway [1], circa 1975
  P-588 Memorial Hospital and L & L Pharmacy [1], 1940
  P-590 Interior of L & L Pharmacy [1], circa 1930-1940
  P-591 Students Nurses: Graduating Class of 1914 [1], 1938
  P-592 Memorial Hospital [2], 1910
  P-593 N.N. Allen: Pediatrician [1], 1930s
  P-594 E.M. Armstrong: Physician [1], 1930s
  P-595 Fred Akard Bloom: Orthopedics [1], 1930s
  P-596 Reuben Morgan Hargrove: Otolaryngology [1], 1920s
  P-597 Sidney Israel: Otolaryngology [1], 1930s
  P-598 T.W. Kalb: Urology [1], 1930s
  P-599 A.A. Ledbetter: Internal Medicine [1], 1930s
  P-600 L.A. Myers: Radiologist [1], circa 1925-1935
  P-601 Ralph Patrick: Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-602 W.G. Priesteri Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-603 L.W. Raney: Otolaryngology [1], 1930s
  P-604 M.B. Stokes: Industrial Medicine [1], 1930s
  P-605 W.M. Strozier: Ophthalmology: Otolaryngology [1], 1930s
  P-606 Byron P. York: Pediatrician [1], 1930s
  P-607 Elva Wright: Obstetrics: Gynecology [1], 1930s
  P-608 Ray Karchmer Daily: Ophthalmology [1], 1930s
  P-609 Clara Duncan: General Practice [1], 1920s
  P-610 Thomas Freundlich: Surgeon [1], 1930s
  P-611 Robert Johnston: Obstetrics [1], 1930s
  P-612 Frank Huston Lancaster: Pediatrician [1], 1930s
  P-613 R.M. Purdie [1], 1930s
  P-614 George Herschel Spurlock: Obstetrician: Gynecologist [1], 1930s
  P-615 William Edward Ramsay: General Practice [1], 1930s
  P-616 Thomas H. Pappy Compare: Anesthesiologist [1], 1963
  P-851 John H. Turner: Urologist [1], undated
  P-852 Lillie Wilson Jolly: Director of the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing [1], undated
  P-2490 H.C. Nicholas: Instructor in Chemistry at Rice Institute [1], 1930s
  P-2492 B.H. Denman: Physician [1], 1930s
  P-2493 James H. Kreimeyer: Physician [1], 1930s
  P-2494 Ira S. Clarkson [1], 1960s
  P-3368 T.M. Kennerly [1], 1930s
  P-3370 Mrs. J.W. Neal [1], 1920s
  P-3371 A.A. Ledbetter: Cardiology [1], undated
  P-3372 H.N. Gemoets: General Medicine [1], undated
  P-3373 D.R. Pevoto [1], 1950s
  P-3374 Herman W. Johnson: Obstetrician [1], 1930s
  P-3375 H.B. Burr, M.D.: Proctology [1], 1930s
  P-3376 W.F. Qualtrough: Pediatrics [1], 1930s
  P-3378 W.A. Clark: Dermatology [1], 1930s
  P-3379 C. Pugsley: Gynecology [1], 1930s
  P-3380 J.C. Youngblood: Anesthesiologist [1], 1930s
  P-3381 E.M. Cowart: Orthopedics [1], 1930s
  P-3384 Norma Elles: Ophthalmology [1], 1930s
  P-3385 Henry A. Peterson: Neurology [1], 1930s
  P-3386 Louis Daily, M.D.; Ear, Nose and Throat [1], 1940s
  P-3387 Louisville Male High School Class (nitrate), 1903 [1], 1903
  P-3388 Paul V. Ledbetter Pharmacology: Therapeutics [1], 1930s
  P-3390 C.G. Turner, M.D.: Radium treatments [1], 1930s
  P-3394 Frank Iiams: Gynecologist [1], 1930s