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St Elizabeth's Hospital

1909 Map of the St Elizabeth's Hospital's Brighton property before being acquired when it contained only the Nevin's Estate and St Gabriel's Church.

Site of the original South End location from 1885-1914 of St Elizabeth's in Blackstone Square

Blackstone Square Location
In 1914, St. Elizabeth's Hospital moved from the South End to the eight acre site on Cambridge Street in Brighton.  This is the rear entrance of the first and main building of the hospital's new Brighton complex.  It is a Spanish Mission style building designed by noted architect Edward T. P. Graham

1928 with the construction of Brighton High School on the right



Closeup of the previous photo at Cambridge and Washington Streets.

St Joesph's Hall was constructed in 1917 as a Nurse's residence.  This photo is from 1935 with the Keith Chapel to the left.



Cardinal O'Connell House

Old Ambulance Entrance

Nursing School Graduation

Closeup of the previous picture


Patient's Ward

Patient's Ward

Operating Room

Keith Chapel

Keith Chapel interior



Cardinal Cushing and Nursing staff

1984 Demolition

Construction on Cambridge St

Late 1980s

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