Northern Electric's Heroic Moment: The Montreal Emergency Hospital, 1910

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Title
Northern Electric's Heroic Moment: The Montreal Emergency Hospital, 1910
Abstract
For three months in 1910, the deserted Northern Electric Company building on Aqueduct Street (today Lucien-L'Allier) served as an emergency hospital facility for those Montrealers suffering from typhoid fever who could not find a bed in overcrowded city hospitals. The emergency hospital was organized by Dr. Thomas A. Starkey and Lady Julia Drummond.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 8
Issue
no. 3
Pages
11-13
Date
Summer 2014
Language
en
Citation
Wilkins, Robert N. “Northern Electric’s Heroic Moment: The Montreal Emergency Hospital, 1910.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 8, no. 3 (Summer 2014): 11–13.
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