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[Masonic Temple and Cook Memorial Hospital Center for Children]

Description: Postcard of the Masonic Temple and Cook Memorial Hospital Center for Children in Fort Worth, Texas. The Masonic Temple is in the foreground with the hospital visible behind and to the left. The text "L8 - Masonic Temple and Cook Memorial Hospital Center for Children Fort Worth, Texas" is printed at the bottom left corner of the image.
Date: [1932..]
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Torbett Sanatorium, Hot Well and Pavilion, Majestic Hotel and Bathhouse]

Description: Postcard of Torbett Sanatorium, Hot Well and Pavilion, and the Majestic Hotel and Bathhouse in Marlin, Texas. The image on the front of the postcards depicts the three buildings along the street, with "Hot Well & Pavilion" written on the roof of a low building in front of the taller structures. The back of the postcard contains a paragraph advertising the hotel and correspondence addressed to "Miss Kate Ba[m]er." The handwritten text on the front reads, "I think I will go home Sunday" and the correspondence mentions getting a letter from home about Tom Baggett's death.
Date: 192X
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[St. Mary's Hospital]

Description: Postcard of St. Mary's Hospital in Port Arthur, Texas. The image is an illustration of the hospital building, depicting a large, red-bricked building with two wings built off a central entrance. "St. Mary's Hospital, Port Arthur, Texas" is printed in the upper right corner of the image.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[S.B. Allen Memorial Hospital, Bonham, Texas]

Description: Postcard of S.B. Allen Memorial Hospital in Bonham, Texas. The image is an illustration depicting a red brick building with columns obscured by several trees. The text, "S.B. Allen Memorial Hospital, Bonham, Texas" is printed across the top of the image. The correspondence on the back is addressed to "Mr. Paul M. Gre[...]" and the address and personal names have been scratched out.
Date: 1940-08-2u
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Brooke General Hospital]

Description: Postcard of Brooke General Hospital in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The image is an illustration of a large yellow-tan building, with a wings on either side of a central tower. "Brooke General Hospital, Fort Sam Houston, Texas - 93" is printed across the top of the image. The correspondence on the back is addressed to "Mrs. R. Winters and Family" and mentions receiving a card from the addressee.
Date: June 3, 1951
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Texas and Pacific Railway Hospital]

Description: Postcard of the grounds and building of Texas and Pacific Railway Hospital in Marshall, Texas. The building is a yellow, two-story building, framed by large trees. "Texas and Pacific Railway Hospital, Marshall, Texas" is printed in the lower left corner of the image. The correspondence is addressed to "[Mrs.] Haus Wolter" and speaks about the writer's plans and the weather.
Date: January 24, 1957
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[King's Daughters Clinic and Hospital, Temple, Texas]

Description: Postcard of King's Daughters Clinic and Hospital in Temple, Texas. The image is an illustration of a three-winged red brick building with a central courtyard and fountain. "King's Daughters Clinic and Hospital, Temple, Texas" is printed in the lower left corner of the image. On the back, "King's Daughters Clinic and Hospital, Temple, Texas, A modern fire-proof building with 148 outside rooms ~ Non-Sectarian" is printed.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Nix Memorial Hospital]

Description: Postcard of Nix Memorial Hospital. The texts "The Nix Memorial Hospital, San Antonio, Texas" and "One of America's Most Beautiful Hospitals" are printed at the top and bottom of the image respectively. The image depicts, the skyscraper against a blue sky. There is a paragraph of information about the hospital on the back of the postcard.
Date: [1930..]
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Spohn Sanitarium, Corpus Christi, Texas]

Description: Postcard of Spohn Sanitarium in Corpus Christi, Texas. The image depicts a white victorian style building. The text printed on the front reads, "Spohn Sanitarium, Corpus Christi, Tex. Property of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word." The correspondence on the back is addressed to "Miss Delia Estley" and mentions this hospital being near Ms. Peabody's house.
Date: unknown
Creator: Peabody, Maude E.
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas]

Description: Postcard of Methodist Hospital in Forth Worth, Texas. The image is an illustration of the hospital building, showing a large brown building from the left side. "Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas. -31" is printed in the upper left corner of the image.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Torbett Sanatorium and Majestic Hotel and Bathhouse]

Description: Postcard of the Majestic Hotel and Bathhouse, Torbett Sanatorium, and Hot Well Pavilion in Marlin Texas. The illustration depicts two or three red brick buildings on the left side and center back of the image and a smaller tan building in the right foreground. The text, "Torbett Sanatorium, Majestic Hotel and Bathhouse, Hot Well Pavilion, Marlin, Texas" is printed in red across the top of the postcard. The correspondence on the back is addressed to "Mrs. E.P. Winters."
Date: August 29, 1913
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Stamford Sanitarium]

Description: Postcard of the Stamford Sanitarium in Stamford, Texas. The building is two stories, with a porch underneath a balcony at the front of the structure. There is a sign over the entrance reading, "Stamford Sanitarium."
Date: [1910..]
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital]

Description: Postcard of Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital in Kerrville, Texas. The image is an illustration of a modern, six-story hospital building with a road and cars in front of the building. "Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital, Kerrville, Texas" is printed across the top of the image. The back of the postcard has information about the hospital printed, "A Non-Profit Institute serving the entire hill country. Erected in 1949 by the Peterson Family in Memory of their Father." and correspondence addressed to "Mrs. C.M. Ervin."
Date: November 13, 1950
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Hot Well and Health Resort]

Description: Postcard of Hot Well and Health Resort in Marlin, Texas, showing the front of the buildings and the street where a horse and buggy are parked. The text "Hot Well and Health Resort of Marlin, Texas" is printed under the image depicting three structures, a square three-story building, a Victorian-style house, and a pavilion. Correspondence on the back is addressed to "Dr. R. Gittelsohn" mentioning that the author has written, but not received a response while staying in Marlin.
Date: June 1908
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[City Hospital, McKinney, Texas]

Description: Postcard of City Hospital in McKinney, Texas. The image is an illustration depicting a red brick building with white accents and has a sign, "City Hospital" above the entrance. The back of the postcard has information about the hospital, "The City Hospital is Municipally owned and operated. One of the most modernly equipped institutions in the state." and correspondence addressed to "Ada Black."
Date: February 5, 1946
Creator: Bateman, Mrs. W.D.
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Wichita Falls Clinic Hospital]

Description: Postcard of Wichita Falls Clinic Hospital in Wichita Falls, Texas. The image is a yellow brick or stone building with a red roof with a large lawn and garden in front of the building. "Wichita Falls Clinic Hospital, Wichita Falls, Texas - 40" is printed at the bottom of the postcard.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Hospitals of Big Spring, Texas]

Description: Postcard of the two hospitals in Big Spring, Texas; Malone-Hogan Hospital and Big Spring Hospital. The image is an illustration with a main image and a second image in the upper right corner. The main illustration depicting a two-story, red brick building and the smaller image is a white, two or three-story building. The text, printed in the upper left corner of the main image reads "Hospitals of Big Spring, Texas; Malone-Hogan Hospital; Big Spring Hospital."The back of the postcard has "3-21-79" and "3,400 in this" written on it.
Date: 1979-03-21?
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Scott and White Clinic, Woodson Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital]

Description: Postcard of Scott and White Clinic's Woodson Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital in Temple, Texas. The image is an illustration of a three-story building with Mission Style architectural features. The left side of the building has covered balconies on each floor. "Scott and White Clinic, Woodson Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Temple, Texas" is printed across the top of the postcard.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[John Sealy Hospital Group and State Medical College]

Description: Postcard of a partial view of John Sealy Hospital Group and State Medical College in Galveston, Texas. The image is an illustration, showing white or tan buildings with red roofs on either side of a road with three blue cars in it. "Partial View of John Sealy Hospital Group and State Medical College, Galveston, Texas" is printed across the top of the image. "[...]ed. June 5-1940" is written in pencil on the back of the postcard.
Date: June 5, 1940
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Texas Scottish Rite Crippled Children Hospital]

Description: Postcard of three images of the Texas Scottish Rite Crippled Children Hospital. There are three images depicting one story buildings of red brick with white trim, on a yellow background with floral illustrations decorating the borders of the images. "Texas Scottish Rite Crippled Children Hospital, Dallas, Texas" is printed across the top of the postcard.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Parkland Hospital]

Description: Postcard of Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas. The image is an illustration of the neoclassical influenced brick building with white columns. "Parkland (City) Hospital, Dallas, For Indigent Citizens of Dallas" is printed in the lower right corner of the image.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Spohn Sanitarium]

Description: Postcard of the Spohn Sanitarium. The image shows a large white, victorian style building surrounding by beach grass. The text printed on the front reads, "Spohn Sanitarium, Corpus Christi, Tex. Property of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word." The correspondence on the back is from a patient awaiting surgery, addressed to Angela Coons, and signed "Lilian"
Date: February 16, 1911
Partner: Texas Medical Association
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