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E. E. Clovis, M. D., superintendent. Terra Alta.
Children laying outside for sun cure, Conley Hospital, Hopemont Sanitarium.
Children outside for sun cure, Conley Hospital, Hopemont Sanitarium.
Children on the roof for sun cure, Gore Hospital, Hope Sanitarium.
View of the hospitals and dining hall at the State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. J. G. Pettit, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located two miles east of Terra Alta, Preston county, on the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The local station is called Hopemont, but only local trains stop here. All passenger trains stop at Terra Alta, which is the express office. The post office is Hopemont. Number of patients in June 30, 1924 was 266.
View of the Gore hospital at the State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. J. G. Pettit, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located two miles east of Terra Alta, Preston county, on the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The local station is called Hopemont, but only local trains stop here. All passenger trains stop at Terra Alta, which is the express office. The post office is Hopemont. State route 7 passes through Hopemont. Number of patients in June 30, 1927 was 308.
Panoramic view of State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. E. E. Clovis, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located two miles east of Terra Alta, Preston county, on the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The local station is called Hopemont, but only local trains stop here. All passenger trains stop at Terra Alta, which is the express and post office. Number of patients in July 1, 1920 was 155.
Distant view of the State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. E. E. Clovis, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located two miles east of Terra Alta, Preston county, on the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The local station is called Hopemont, but only local trains stop here. All passenger trains stop at Terra Alta, which is the express and post office. Number of patients in July 1, 1918 was 107.
View of the State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. E. E. Clovis, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located two miles east of Terra Alta, Preston county, on the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The local station is called Hopemont, but only local trains stop here. All passenger trains stop at Terra Alta, which is the express and post office. Number of patients treated during June, 1914 was 65.
View of Conley Hospital, memorial, at the Hopemont Sanitarium. George F. Evans, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located two miles east of Terra Alta, Preston county, on the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Only local trains stop here. All passenger trains stop at Terra Alta, which is also the express office. Hopemont is located on State Route number 7. Number of patients in June 30, 1930 was 392.