Foos Andrew, saloon, cor Eagle and Washington. Foote Hiram W, oil broker, 43 Jackson. Forssell P M, tailor, 48 Jackson. Foster Addison G, real estate, 5 W 3d. Frank Wenzel, meat market, cor Fort and Goodrich ave.
Franklin Louis P, wigmaker and hair goods, 48 W 3d. Freeman James G, mill supplies, E 3d. Frey C F Rudolph, veterinary surgeon, 86 E 7th. Fristensky John, tailor, 76 E 3d. Gahr Jacob, grocer, cor Payne and Rainey. Galenic medical Institute, 45 E 3d. Garbielsen Peter, physician, 71 Washington. Garland Wm H, trunk mnfr, 41 E 3d.
Gaston Wm K, Lawyer, cor Cedar and 3d. Gates Hiram D, drive wells, 16 W 4th. Gebhardt John N, saloon, 97 E 5th. Geissenheyner Wm, merchant tailor, 99 W 3d. Geist Emil, jeweler, 57 E 3d. Gembe Franz M, saloon and confectionery, Broadway. Genois John, saloon, Robert. Gibbens John H, grain dealer, 41 and 76 E 3d.
Gies Wm, baker, W 4th. Gildermann Frederick, grocer, cor Melrose and Farrington aves. Gill Wm C, Woodturner, 9 E 6th. Godfrey Wm J, wines and liquors, E 7th. Godske John, painter, Broadway. Goette Jacob, boots and shoes, Mississippi. Golden Sarah A, restaurant, fruits, etc, 95 E 3d. Goodkind Wm, jeweler, 30 W 3d. Gootman David, second hand goods, W 3d.
Gorman Ellis Stone, lawyer, cor 3d and Wabasha. Gould Wm, carriage mnfr, Wabasha. Graham Mrs Sarah, confectionery, Wabasha. Green Mrs Sarah E, physician, E 7th. Grote Hermann, saloon, Bridge Square. Gruber George, saloon, 98 W 7th. Guerin Vital, blacksmith, 84 E 5th. Guion Joseph, saloon, 5 Jackson. Guiterman Ambrose, fancy goods and notions, Jackson. Gundlach August, boots and shoes, Rice. Gurney Mrs Adeline, dressmaker, 84 Wabasha.
Guthunz Henry, Furniture, E 7th. Gutsche Henry W, saloon, E 3d. Haag Joseph, tinsmith, Fort. Haas George, fancy goods, 45 E 3d. Haeusler John, saloon, 96 W 3d. Haeussler Martin, hardware, stoves, etc, W 3d. Hagan Martin, physician, 40 Jackson. Haggenmiller Charles, saloon, 83 Jackson. Hale Henry, Lawyer, Jackson. Hall Hezekiah, commission agt, 10 E 3d. Hallberg John S, merchant tailor, E 7th.
Hall's Safe and. Hamline University, Snelling ave bet University and Hewitt aves. Hammer August, saddles and harness, W 3d. Hammer Edward, boots and shoes, W 3d. Hammer Jacob, harness, Jackson. Hamp Carl, baker and confectioner, 62 W 7th.
Hand D W, physician, W 3d. Hanft Carl, barber, s w cor Broadway and 10th. Hanggi Joseph, wood carver and cabinet maker, 61 W 9th. Hanley Thomas, horseshoer, Jackson. Hansen Henry J, jeweler, E 7th. Hare R M, grocer, 5th st 6th ward. Harff Hermann, propr Minnesota House, 99 Rosabel. Harnish Anton, horseshoer, W 3d. Harnish Charles, horseshoer, 30 E 7th. Harris Thomas, bootmaker, 68 E 3d. Hart Henry, cigar mnfr, 41 E 12th.
Hauck Ferdinand, barber, 10 E 3d. Haugled Arne L, merchant tailor, E 7th. Hauser Leopold, clothier, E 7th. Hauser Louis, cigar mnfr, E 3d. Haycock John, wood yard, cor 5th and Robert. Hazzard George H, freight and ticket agt Iowa route, cor 3d and Jackson.
Heard I V D, lawyer, cor 3d and Wabasha. Heath Owen, broom mnfr, Jackson. Heber John, saloon, E 7th. Heck Jacob, saloon, 57 E 7th. Heck Peter, blacksmith, 14 W 4th. Heck Philip, barber, W 3d. Heidenrich Ernst, blacksmith, E 7th. Heimann Isadore, clothier, 82 E 3d. Helland John, saloon, 37 E 4th.
Hemenway L H, physician, 97 W 3d. Henriksen Andrew, Tailor, 11 W 3d. Hennig Charles, tailor, 65 W 5th. Henschel Adolphus, confectioner, Fort. Henshel August, merchant tailor, E 7th. Herzog Daniel, Saloon and Billiards, Jackson.
Hess George E, grocer, E 7th. Hewitt Girart, real estate, 26 E 3d. Hicks John H, restaurant, 31 Jackson. Hildebrand Carl, shoemaker, 78 St Peter. Hill Mrs Louise, furniture, E 7th. Hirschy Charles, general engraver, 87 W 3d. Hirst Mrs Elizabeth, intelligence office, 18 W 5th. Hoag Miss Margaret, milliner, W 3d. Hoffman Adam, barber, St Peter. Hoffman L P, grocer, Fort.
Hoffmann Peter, saloon, 13 Sibley. Hofmeister Carl, shoemaker, E 7th. Hohn Charles, saloon, 80 Wabasha. Hollinshead Edmund R, lawyer, 2 E 3d. Hood John A, boots and shoes, 14 E 3d. Horeish John, boots and shoes, Fort. Horn Henry J, Lawyer, 11 Wabasha. Homer Charles, shoemaker, Wabasha. Hornung Frank, brewer, Washington. Horst Charles L, stoves and tinware, St Peter. Hummel Mat, saloon, cor 9th and St Peter. Ilingworth Wm H, photographer, 79 E 7th. Iltner Christian H, cigar mnfr, 62 Jackson.
Isaacs Leopold, Wholesale Cigars, 53 Jackson. Itin Matthias, hardware, groceries, etc, west end Bridge, 6th ward. Jackson Andrew, saloon, E 7th. Jackson W N, grocer, 29 E nth. Jans Theodore, propr Washington House, W 3d. Jansen Heinrich, saloon, 85 St Peter.
Jerome Peter, restaurant, 57 Robert. Johnson Bros, gunsmiths, 82 Robert. Johnson Charles J, saloon, E 7th. Johnson Wm R, fancy goods, E 7th. Tones John, veterinary s. Jones John P, bleacher, W 3d. Jones Miss J J, milliner, 38 W 3d. Jones Mrs J P, dressmaker, W 3d. Jones Thaddeus C, hatter and shirtmaker, 5 E 3d. Judd Henry T, job printer, n e cor Jackson and E 6th.
Kaelble J Friederich, shoemaker, E 7th. Kahlert Justus, machinist, 58 W 7th. Kahlert J C, dyer and scourer, N 3d. Kampfer F, tailor, 95 E 4th. Kauffmann John, wagonmaker, 82 Oak. Kaufman David F, saloon, 77 Robert. Kearney Mrs Sarah J, confectionery, 97 Robert. Keil Wilhelm, Saloon and Birds, 5 Peal. Keller John M, lumber mnfr, n w cor E 7th and Minnesota. Kellermonn Heinrich, merchant tailor, E 7th.
Kellogg M N, notions, toys, etc, 48 E 3d. Kelly Daniel, boarding house, W 3d. Kelly Francis, saloon, 50 E 4th. Kemper Heinrich, flour and feed, 83 Rosabel. Kennard Frederick A, laundry, cor 3d and Minnesota. Kennedy James, barber, 88 Robert. Kennedy Mrs Mary, boarding, 65 E 6th.
Kerr Charles D, lawyer, n w cor 3d and Robert. Kersch Cornelius, merchant tailor, Jackson. Kerst Peter, wagonmaker, 22 Ramsey. Kieffer Jacob, meat market, 68 W 7th. Kiely Edmund, saloon, cor Minnesota and 4th. Kiemen John, baker, E 7th. Kimball Charles R, ticket broker 27 Jackson. Klein John, saloon, 96 Wabasha. Klerner John, saloon, 96 Wabasha. Klerner John, saloon, Jackson. Kloos John, meat market, W 3d. Knauff August, saloon, 37 Wabasha.
Knight Augustus F, architect, 3 W 3d. Koch Louis G, saloon, 54 W 3d. Koch Matthew, grocer, 58 W 7th. Koempel Henry J, sign painter, 2 1 W 3d. Kohl John, second hand goods, 1 94 W 3d. Kohlman Louis, carpenter and builder, 1 23 Exchange. Konzem Matthias, grocer, E 7th. Krahmer E F, house and sign painter, 76 W 7th. Kramerath Charles, flour and feed, 96 E 5th. Kreyer Carl, merchant tailor, Robert. Kuck Heinrich, baker and confectioner, E 7th.
Kuhl Matthias, grocery and saloon, Bridge 6th ward. Kuhn Michael, cigar mnfr, St Peter. Labelle Edward, shoemaker, cor St Peter and 14th. Lains Augustus, grocer, Fort. Lamb George, meat market, Jackson. Lambrecht Franz, grocer, cor 3d and Commercial. Lambrecht Friedrich, grocer, Mississippi. Lamprey Morris, lawyer, 2 E 3d. Lamson George W, insurance agent, 40 E 3d. Lanberg Peter A, fruits and confectionery, E 7 th.
Lang Henry, fancy goods, 66 Wabasha. Lange Francis E, jeweler, cor 3d and Washington. Langevin Edward, grocer, West st, 6th ward. Lanoux Anthony, grocer, 36 Rosabel. Lapsa F G, grocer, Fort. Laroche Jacob, saloon, 6 Franklin. Larpenteur E L, collecting agent, 70 W 3d. Lauenroth John C, carriagemaker, Pine. Laurent George, architect, 3 W 3d. Lawton David, bootmaker, 39 Wabasha. Lawton George O, dentist, Ingersoll Block. Le Clair Francis X, saloon, 95 Robert.
Lehmicke Albert, grocer, Mississippi. Leininger Michael, barber, 75 Robert. Leith Mrs Adda, vegetables, Public Market. Leitner John C, bootmaker, 67 Washington. Lemon John J, book and job printer, 26 Minnesota. Leveraas John, saloon, E 7th. Levy Michael, clothing, 89 E 3d.
Leyde Frederick A, machinery depot, 89 E 6th. Leidman John, painter, Sibley. Liggins Wm, saloon, 9 Robert. Lindeke Wm, flour mill, 4th bet Kittson and Brooks. Linstad Berginus, saloon, E 7th. Lohlker Adam H, carpets, E 7 th. Loth John, tailor, 73 Robert. Lower Wm H, cigars and tobacco, W 3d. Lown Schlam, laundry, Jackson. Lufsky Robert, confectioner, St Peter. Luhrsen Christoph, cabinetmaker, W 3d. Luhrsen Frederick, saloon, 24 W 3d.
Luley F W, meat market, 88 Jackson. Lunt John, hides, pelts and furs, 10 Jackson. Luserke Otto Emil, confectionery, E 7th. Luth John, tailor, E 7th. Lyles Thomas S, barber, 7 Wabasha. Lyon Kalamon, clothing, 99 E 3d. Lyons Michael, saloon, Mississippi. Lytle Emmet, Pawnbroker, 41 Jackson. McAfee Hugh J, millwright, Wacouta bet 3d and 4th.
McAvoy Thomas F, shirt mnfr, 15 E 3d. McCarthy C M, lawyer, 33 Wabasha. McCarthy Jeremiah C, grocer, Bridge 6th ward. McCormick Thomas, grocer, n e cor Rice and Summit ave. McGrath Wm L. Mcintosh John F, meat market, 79 Robert. McKenny Edward, livery stable, 56 Wabasha. McKinney Edward, livery stable, 58 Wabasha. McManus Patrick, grocer, Wabasha.
McMasters S R, druggist, W 3d. McMillin James T, pork packer, E 7th. Maass Albert, saloon, 62 W 3d. Macdonald James, confectioner, W 3d. Macklett Mrs Caroline, milliner. Madden John, shoemaker, Fort. Magee George W, restaurant, 14 E 3d. Magraw Charles E, Dentist, 79 Jackson. Mandeville Lawrence, confectioner, 93 Jackson. Mannheimer Bros, dry goods, 7 E 3d. Manson A G, real estate, 5 W 3d. Mark John, cigar mnfr, 61 Wabasha.
Martenkie Ludwig, millinery, W 3d. Martin John, barber, Metropolitan Hotel. Martini Rudolph, baker, E 7th. Marty John, meat market, E 7th. Marvin R F, insurance, 10 E 3d. Masterson Henry F, lawyer, E 3d. Matheis John, carpets and wall paper, 1 1 E 3d. Mattock Brewer, physician, Moore's Block 7 Corners. Mayall Samuel, real estate, 10 E 3d. Mazanec Miclase, shoemaker, Fort. Mehl George, carpenter and builder, 90 E 5th. Meier Alois, saloon, Jackson.
Meirer John, saloon, St. Meisel John, boot and shoemaker, 73 W 7th. Menk Bros, commission merchants, 77 Jackson. Merrill Daniel B, pawnbroker, 87 E 7th. Merritt Charles, dentist, Moore's Block 7 Corners. Metz Henry, meat market, E 7th. Meyer Heinrich J. Meyerding Heinrich, furniture, 54 W 7th.
Milham Edward H, books and stationery, E 7th. Miller B P, house painter, 25 E 7th. Miller Bros, Cigar Mnfrs, 79 E 3d. Miller Mahlon D, insurance, 1 3 W 3d. Miller Theodore H, saloon, 1 76 W 3d. Miller Dr Wm H, druggist, cor 4th and Exchange. Minor Joseph M, flour and feed, Jackson. Mitchell George, saloon, 91 St Peter. Mitchell Hugh, meat market, 6 City Market. Mohr Christ, merchant tailor, 44 Jackson. Moll Emil, saloon, 27 E 7th. Mollers Matthias, saloon, W 3d.
Montgomery H B, restaurant, 97 E 3d. Monti Miss Mary, dressmaker, 20 E 7th. Moore Wm S, lawyer, E 3d. Morong Joseph H, carpenter and builder, Robert. Morrison Carrie, cigars and tobacco, E 5th. Moser A M, confectioner, 46 Jackson. Moss A B, grocer, W 3d. Moss Henry L, lawyer, 5 W 3d. Moulton George, saloon, 38 E 4th. Mueller Peter, grocery and saloon, E 7th. Munger R C, musical instruments, 71 E 3d. Myler James, propr Kingsbury House, Fort. Nabersberg John W, Physician, 45 E 3d.
Nachtsheim Henry, baker, St Peter. Nicollet House, E Dunn, propr, E 4th. Niederhoefer Jacob, saloon, Cascade nr Stewart. Niehaus Wm, merchant tailor, 85 Jackson. Nolan John, bootmaker, 63 Wabasha. Northrop Frederick W, news depot, Merchants Hotel. O'Brien James F, lawyer, cor 3d and Wabasha. O'Connell J, horseshoer, 59 Minnesota. O'Connor John, hotel, 61 E 4th. O'Connor Wm, restaurant, cor 3d and Kittson.
O'Donnell John, carriage mnfr, Exchange. O'Neill John, shoemaker, 20 E 7th. O'Leary John J, pork packer, W 3d. O'Regan Patrick, saloon, 78 Robert. Officer Harvey, lawyer, cor 3d and Jackson. Olson Louis, millinery, E 7th. Oppenheim A, real estate, 76 E 3d. Orbison Robert A. Ormond Mrs Mary, intelligence office, 57 Wabasha. Overpeck Reuben, livery and sale stable, 96 4th. Parker Theo E, Lawyer, 37 Wabasha.
Partridge Geo W, painter, 33 E 6th. Pasel Otto C, photographer, 29 E 3d. Patterson Merrill B, dentist, 7 W 3d. Patterson Robert H, dentist, Jackson. Peacock John, boots and shoes, Fort. Pealock Charles, saloon, 86 W 3d. Penner John J, commission merchant, 12 Jackson.
Perkins Andrew L, carriage mnfr, rear Custom House. Peters John, saloon, Wabasha. Peters Joseph, saloon, 98 St Peter. Peterson Mrs J, saloon, cor Rosabel and 4th. Pfaender Wm, State Treasurer, Capitol. Pfister John, Jeweler, E 7th. Phillips Henry, cigar mnfr and tobacconist, Jackson. Pieper Ernst, boots and shoes, 4 Mississippi.
Pierce S L, lawyer, 33 Wabasha. Pinckney Bros, glove mnfrs, 12 W 3d. Polson O, bootmaker, 9 W 3d. Popp Christian E, merchant tailor, 76 Wabasha. Potter Samuel, furniture, 99 Jackson. Pottgieser Nicholas, propr American House, cor Wabasha and 4th. Pottgieser Nicholas, jr, saloon, 55 Wabasha. Powers Bros, Dry Goods, 91 E 3d. Prendergast Bros, hardware, stoves, etc, 44 E 3d.
Prescott Morgan A, pawnbroker, 48 W 3d. Presley George, Saloon, 17 E 3d. Price David C, dentist, 6 W 3d. Prince John S, lumber, real estate and insurance, Broadway. Radcliff A M, architect, Ingersoll Block. Rank Theodore, sign and fresco painter, 83 W 3d.
Ray W, physician, 85 E 7th. Reardon Timothy, carpenter and builder, Minnesota. Rebholz Nicholas, meat market, Bridge 6th ward. Redmond Mrs J, millinery, 56 W 3d. Reimers John H, grocer, Virginia 6th Ward. Retzmann Heinrich, grocer E 7th. Richeson William, physician, E 7th.
Richter Fred, wholesale liquors, 88 E 3d. Riede Pius, saloon, 12 E 3d. Ringwald Anna C, coefectionery, Fort. Robertson D A, real estate, 13 W 3d. Robinson H. Robinson T C. Rochart George, jeweler. Rochette Stephen, furniture, 13 E 7th. Rogers Hiram, sec'y Chamber of Commerce, 15 W 3d. Roger's Hotel, John Roger, propr, 51 Robert.
Rogers J N, lawyer. Rosenband Burkard, optician, 61 E 3d. Rosenkranz Mrs Maria, soda water mnfrs, 63 Market and 9 Washington. Ross Peter, tent and awning mnfr, cor Robert and 4th. Rithmeyer John, saloon, St Peter. Roy LMA, physician, 70 W 3d. Rusche Peter, grocer, 37 Mississippi. Ruzicha Frank, saloon, Fort.
Ryder Merrill, dealer in furs and wools, 55 Jackson. St Germain Francis, livery and sale stable, 91 E 6th. St Mars Alfred, meat market, 5th st, 6th ward. St Paul Agricultural Works, 31 W 3d. Plow Mnfrs, 79 Jackson. St Paul Warehouse and Elevator Co. Salsbury Guy, saloon, 97 E 3d. Sanford David, lawyer, 37 Wabasha.
Saroni H S, professor of music, 29 W 3d. Sauer Casper, saddle and harnessmaker, 76 Minnesota. Swanson Thomas, grocer, E 7th. Sclade Frederick H, saloon, cor Fort and Webster. Scheibe J Eberhardt, grocer, cor Lafayette and Westminster. Scheld George, saloon, Fort. Schell Thomas C, physician, 44 Washington.
Schiffinann Rudolph, Physician, 69 E 3d. Schiler John J, shoemaker, St Peter. Schillo John, grocery and saloon, St Peter. Schmidt Conrad, restaurant, 40 W 3d. Schmidt Mrs Emma, milliner, E 7th. Schmidt Louis, fur dresser, Exchange. Schmidt Wm, wholesale liquors, 25 Robert. Schnaith Frederick, meat market, E 7th. Schneider Julius, meat market, Martin bet Park ave and Rice.
Schnitzius Jacob, saloon, 12 Washington. Schonarth Peter, saloon, Wabasha. Schott Caspar, grocery and saloon, in Mississippi. Schrantz Peter, saloon and boarding, Wabasha. Schreil John, boots and shoes, 1 Fort. Schroder Henry, taxidermist, W 3d. Schroder Henry H, mnfr furniture and coffins, 10 and 12 E 6th. Schuler August, cigars and tobacco, 33 Wabasha. Schultz Frederick J, millinery and fancy goods, 55 E 3d. Schumacher Frederick, saloon, W 3d. Schumann Abraham, meat market, Bridge 6th ward.
Schutte Diederlch, Commission Merchant, 76 Jackson. Schwartz Mrs Maria, millinery and fancy goods, E 7th. Schwarz Anton, catholic book store, 59 W 9th. Scott Peter W, flour and feed, 15 E 7th. Seeger John, Contractor and Builder, 24 Market. Seibert Leonard, dancing academy, and E 7th. Seng Wm, saloon, 18 Chestnut. Shannahan Mrs Margaret, boarding house, 6th ward. Sheehy John W, grocer, cor Rice and Martin. Shepard J W, shirt mnfr, 14 E 3d.
Sherwood George W, contractor and bridge builder, 80 Robert. Shirk Elwood W, livery and sale stable, cor 4th and Sibley. Siebert Philip, saloon, Bridge 6th ward. Sigo Marcellen, barber, Jackson. Simmer Jacob, grocer, 12 Mississippi. Simmon Karl, druggist, cor 3d and Market. Simmons E S, insurance, 31 W 3d. Simons J, physician, cor Isabel and Owatonna. Simonton T D, dentist, 30 E 3d. Skok Thomas, meat market, Fort.
Smith Edward G, Dentist, E 7th. Smith Edward G, job printer, n ecor Jackson and E 7th. Smith Mrs Electa B. Smith Harry A, saloon, 29 Jackson. Smith Henry, mnfr jeweler, 15 Wabasha. Smith Lewis B, fruits and confectionery, 53 E 3d. Smith Nathan, saloon, 97 Jackson. Somers John, tailor, 32 Minnesota. Spiel Charles, seeds, lime and cement, E 7th. Squires George C, lawyer, 28 E 3d. Stahl Adam H, grocer, Rice.
Stamm G, physician, 93 W 3d. Staples Isaac, lumber mnfr, Sibley. State Arsenal, St Peter. Stauble Adam J, Saloon, Fort. Stees Bros, furniture and undertakers, 5 1 E 3d. Stephenson Oscar, lawyer, 33 Wabasha. Sternberg Alexander, clothing, W 3d.
Sternberg Samuel, clothing, E 7th. Stewart Jennie, cigars and confectionery, 94 W 3d. Stewart J H, physician, 7 W 3d. Stockton Robert J, barber Merchants Hotel. Stone Louis, boarding, 16 E 7 th. Store Robert, Physician, 64 Cedar.
Stormer Wm F, confectioner, E 7th. Strahlien John, grocer, 75 Dayton ave. Stridborg Joban A, Photographer, in E 7th. Strouse Alexander H, dry goods, cor 3d and Wabasha. Strutzell John, bootmaker, 49 Robert. Sulzbach Sylvester, cigar mnfr, 40 Jackson. Swain Allen, photographer, 71 E 3d. Sweeny Robert O, druggist, 7 W 3d. TenEyck Mathew C, merchant tailor, 98 E 3d. Terry Robert G, lawyer, 29 W 3d. Thauwald Peter, saloon, Fort. In their honor, the new hospital building is named the Marion and John E.
It is one of only 11 hospitals in the nation to make the list, and the only one in California. It is the only hospital in California to make the list. Ranking No. The hospital is the top-ranked pediatric facility on the West Coast. The hospital is the top-ranked pediatric facility in the western United States. Cancer and Blood Disease Institute The Cancer and Blood Disease Institute pioneered treatments now used as the standard for acute leukemia, the most common childhood cancer.
Imaging Our Department of Radiology has changed the world of brain research for children with the development of a magnetic resonance-compatible incubator, making CHLA the first in the world to perform functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI on even the tiniest babies. This powerful tool, which allows researchers to study how the developing brain processes information, will advance the understanding of brain function in both children and adults.
Members of a service organization known as the King's Daughters set up an innovative day nursery to assist poor families which would later propel the King's Daughters to propose establishing a children's hospital in Los Angeles. The printing was financed with proceeds from needlework supervised by Mrs.
Williams, who is remembered with Mrs. Jennie Horrell, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lewis as early leaders of the hospital movement. By-laws subsequently adopted stipulated that a board of 15 women would serve as the hospital's Board of Managers in charge of the new hospital and the appointment of visiting physicians.
Seven women would comprise the Board of Directors to handle the business affairs of the corporation. A Board of Counselors would be available to them for legal and financial advice. Fundraising would be the province of the women Managers, and it was a task they undertook with energy and aplomb.
The hospital was formally incorporated as the Childrens Hospital Society of Los Angeles, under the laws of California. Comprising the Board of Directors were Mrs. Brainerd, Miss M. Wills, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Baruch, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Newberry and Miss Amelia Smead. Miss Marion Hooker was seated shortly thereafter. The indefatigable members of the new Childrens Hospital Society managed to secure an interim site for the hospital at the southwest corner of Alpine and Castelar now Hill Streets part of today's Chinatown business and tourist district.
The property had been the home of General Edward Bouton, a Civil War hero who had served as chief of artillery under General Sherman and had been lauded for his leadership by President Abraham Lincoln. General Bouton was approached by the hospital committee, and he responded with a long-term lease at nominal rent and liberal terms including an option for purchase. Well wishers and visitors were invited to the little house at Castelar Street on January 22 to inspect the premises and join the hospital's Directors in celebrating the opening of the hospital.
During the hospital's first fiscal year through March 30, 14 patients were admitted. The hospital received a generous gift, one that was to have long-term benefits, when hospital supporter Mrs. Not selling the property at once was a savvy business decision made by the women Managers. The Goodwin gift would become important in the hospital's move to more modern quarters 10 years later. The Castelar Street house was enlarged and remodeled to accommodate 20 patients.
The kitchen pantry was converted to a "surgery suite". The hospital's Visiting Nurses Program began. During the program's first year, 31 children and 15 adults were visited and cared for in their homes. She specified that the land be used for a building and play yard. In her Will she included cash gifts to be applied to construction and landscaping and requested that the building be called the "Lillian Home" in memory of her daughter, Lillian Fellows Burdett. This early example of "planned giving" would later provide the Society almost four acres of land situated in a largely undeveloped, remote part of the city, the southeast corner of Sunset Boulevard and Vermont Avenue.
The generous gift would hasten realization of a permanent, well-equipped hospital. The financial panic of brought difficult times for the hospital but brought good fortune in the selection of Mrs. Albert Crutcher as president.
Kate Page Crutcher was to direct the Society's activities for the next 40 years. As a result of the financial panic of , an auxiliary of 10 young women came forward to do mending and sew hospital gowns. Within a year, the 10 became The first officers, Miss Susan W. Clark and Miss Lucille K. Chandler, had the foresight to organize the group into units which then took charge of diverse duties. This first of the many future auxiliaries established a pattern of assistance that would become invaluable to the hospital.
Following the death of Mrs. Emma Phillips on October 25, , the hospital Board set out to effectuate her wishes in building a better equipped hospital that could meet the increasing needs of the community. The downtown property donated by Mrs. The proceeds from Mrs. Emma Phillips, Mrs. Goodwin, and other generous gifts ensured construction of an ambitious new building. Groundbreaking on construction for the new hospital took place on November The new construction at the outlying region of Sunset and Vermont would increase the bed hospital to a bed facility.
The much-anticipated grand opening of the new hospital took place, with President Woodrow Wilson officiating from the White House via telegraph. An accredited School for Nurses was established. The newly-opened Outpatient Department increased its patient load so quickly that it was necessary to expand it from one room to three its first year. A Salvage Department is established at Maple Avenue with a business plan directed at obtaining a permanent and steady income by operating a mercantile establishment transforming salvage of all kinds into cash.
A new Physiotherapy Department was established for treatment of the child patients by natural forces such as light, heat, water, electricity, massage, manipulation and exercise. The hospital benefited from the donated services of additional specialty practitioners: an oral surgeon, neurological surgeon, oculist, psychiatrist, dermatologist, pathologist, and anesthetist. The occasion was celebrated with a festive open house inviting the public to bring silver to make the anniversary memorable.
Such contributions plus the financing that had been obtained would allow needed new construction to go forward in answer to the overcrowding and shortage of facilities. Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new construction take place on May 5th. The new East Wing, more than twice the size of the original building, would cover 47, square feet of floor space.
An important affiliation was established with the University of Southern California School of Medicine. This fundamental relationship was to serve as an academic umbrella and make possible the recruiting of highly qualified physicians and scientists. The Serum Center opened. It was the only serum laboratory in the West and one of seven such centers in the United States meeting the specifications of the National Institute of Health and licensed by the United States Public Health Service.
Childrens Hospital surgeon John C. Jones made history on March 29th by performing the first pediatric heart surgery on the West Coast. This was the first of a series of milestones in this important field of pediatric medicine. The Childrens Hospital Convalescent Home continued to serve the community by caring for children who required longer periods of treatment.
Following the end of World War II, plans to expand the hospital were begun. A new building was to be erected on Sunset Boulevard between the hospital building and the nurses' home on Vermont Avenue. The design called for a story building that would have the long-talked of private pavilion and would bring the hospital's total bed count to The women Managers and Directors set out to raise the unprecedented funds needed.
Childrens Hospital was fortunate to be a recipient of funds from the Michael J. Connell Foundation. Connell was a successful banker, civic leader, sportsman and philanthropist who established a foundation for charitable purposes. The funds enabled the construction of the new Michael J. Connell Building, which provided outpatient facilities for twice the previous patient load.
The Outpatient Departments were comprised of 38 specialized clinics. Construction commenced on the hospital's great new research building financed through the generosity of the Santa Anita Foundation. The facility included three stories to house the laboratories and a one-story auditorium with a seating capacity of The new structure, of modern design, was to face Sunset Boulevard, east of the existing hospital.
John C. Wilson, Jr. Wilson's father was the hospital's first intern in The Medical Staff of Childrens Hospital numbered , yet only 31 members were full- time hospital paid staff. The majority of the doctors still gave their time and services without charge. Fundraising begins in earnest for a replacement hospital facility, an unfulfilled dream since the s.
Ward played a key role in selecting and acquiring respected leaders as heads for the departments of Pathology, Radiology, Surgery and Anesthesia.
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