Series S37 - Anniversaries and Celebrations

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Anniversaries and Celebrations

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9 cm of textual records

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(1909 - 1973)

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The Children's Hospital of Winnipeg was established in 1909 in order to attend to the needs of nursing sick children in the city. Originally situated on Beaconsfield Street, the hospital moved to Aberdeen Avenue in 1911, and finally to its current location on Bannatyne Avenue in 1956 with a new wing added in 1984. In 1973 Children's Hospital amalgamated with Winnipeg General Hospital and Manitoba Rehabilitation Hospital to create Health Sciences Centre.

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Series is an artificial creation created by the HSC archives from records collected by Children’s Hospital Archives Group.

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Series contains records related to anniversaries, milestones, retirements, dedications, Royal Visits, and the history of the Children’s Hospital of Winnipeg. The series consists of newspaper clippings and published articles, correspondence, programs, anniversary pins, planning committee reports, Centenary Committee meeting minutes, reports from the Nurses Alumnae, as well as records relating to the addition of the Children’s Hospital, the Children’s Hospital on Bannatyne, and the Harry Medovy House.

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No further accruals are anticipated.

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Created on July 18, 2013.

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