Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 14, Number 7, November 1918 Page: 3
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TEXAS STATE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
Dr. Greenwood's Sanitarium-Houstoi
FOR NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASES-ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADD
All buildings new and built especially for the care and treatment of such cases. Buldings steam heated,
sanitary plumbing, electric lights, hot and cold water, all modern conveniences, and screened throughout.
Artesian water from well on the grounds. Everything first-class. Personal attention given all cases
Location-South Main Street, on Oak-Hill, the coolest part of Houston.
JAS. GREENWOOD, M. D., Superintendent. H. C. MAXWELL, M. D., Assistant Physician.
MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE, Marlin, Texas
Modern Diagnoses Write for Folder
Dietetics Setting Forth
Hydrotherapy Facilities for Satis-
Massage factory Service
DR. J. W. TORBETT DR. L. P. ROBERTSON
Superintendent, Internist, Roentgenologist Dentist
DR. O. TORBETT DR. S. P. RICE
Physician and Surgeon DR. F. B. SEWALL
DR. W. K. LOGSDON Visiting Physicians, Surgeons and Obstetricians
Physician and Surgeon, Roentgenologist DR. H. F. CONNALLY
DR. JOHN F. GERNHART DR. H. R. DUDGEON
Pathologist Visiting Surgeons
DR. MARY L. WEBB MISS MARY LIDE
Gynecologist and Pathologist Head Nurse and Dietitian
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Texas Medical Association. Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 14, Number 7, November 1918, periodical, November 1918; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth599866/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Medical Association.