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The Denver & Rio Grand Railroad Hospital and Annex. Alice Chinn Collection.
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape...
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape...
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape...
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A photo of the Arkansas River with the Denver & Rio Grande Hospital and the D Street Hanging Bridge included in the view. Bob Rush Collection.
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two-and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape...
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The Denver & Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. ...
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The Denver & Rio Grande Western Hospital located at 448 E. 1st St. in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Denver and Rio Grande Hospital, located at 448 E. 1st St. in Salida, Colorado. This is currently the Touber Building, home to Salida's administrative offices. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Denver & Rio Grande Western Hospital located at 448 E. 1st St. in Salida, Colorado. This is currently the Touber building. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Denver & Rio Grande Hospital at 448 E. 1st St. in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two-and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape of the grounds included...
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885 and was described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape of the grounds...
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A bird's eye view of Salida looking southeast. The Denver and Rio Grande rail yards are in foreground. This image is from the Salida Museum's Negatives Collection.