Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center records 1890-2009
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C MSS WH1589
Description:
49 linear ft. (49 boxes), 11 oversize boxes, 3 oversize folios, 10 oversize file folders, 1 oversize tube, 6 audio-visual boxes, 10 photo boxes, 3 oversize photo boxes, 28 oversize photo file folders
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Medical facility founded in 1881 in Denver, Colo. Presbyterian-Saint Lukes's Hospital is a 680-bed tertiary care facility serving a seven-state region, including Colo., Kan., Neb., N.M., S.D., Utah, and Wyo.
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Collection contains administrative, operations, financial, photographic and historical records documenting the facility. Additional materials include blueprints and plans by Rogers, Butler & Burgun Architects (N.Y., N.Y.), and Roland L. Linder & Associates (Denver, Colo.).
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Catalog record based on preliminary inventory.
Contact Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library, Denver, Colorado.
Medical facility founded in 1881 in Denver, Colo. Presbyterian-Saint Lukes's Hospital is a 680-bed tertiary care facility serving a seven-state region, including Colo., Kan., Neb., N.M., S.D., Utah, and Wyo.
Donor:
City and County of Denver; 2001.
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