The Father Dowd Home: One Hundred and Twenty-Five Years of Service to the Community

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Title
The Father Dowd Home: One Hundred and Twenty-Five Years of Service to the Community
Abstract
The Father Dowd Home, a Montreal Irish Catholic nursing facility, was established in 1850. It was originally operated by the Grey Nuns. In 1944, the Sisters of Providence from Kingston took over the operation of the facility, and in 1977 the home fell under the jurisdiction of the Quebec Government.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
James Wilson and Sam Allison
Date
1990
Language
en
Citation
Allison, Sam, and James Wilson. The Father Dowd Home: One Hundred and Twenty-Five Years of Service to the Community. Montreal: James Wilson and Sam Allison, 1990.
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