St. Paul Hospital's Marillac Clinic, with crowd in front

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Title

St. Paul Hospital's Marillac Clinic, with crowd in front

Subject

Ambulatory Care Facilities--history; Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul; Medical Staff; Hispanic Americans; Hospitals, Religious

Description

In 1929, St. Paul Hospital established the Marillac Free Clinic for the medically-underserved Spanish-speaking community in the "Little Mexico" neighborhood. This photo shows the Clinic in 1942. In front of the car are (from left to right) a physician, one of the Daughters of Charity sisters, a student nurse, and a nurse.

Creator

Unknown

Date

Milestone date: 1942
Creation date: 1942

Rights

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Identifier

sph_00015

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Citation

Unknown, “St. Paul Hospital's Marillac Clinic, with crowd in front,” Exhibits, accessed January 19, 2018, http://utswlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/27.