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    • Woodlawn Hospital entry gates and buildings

    • Woodlawn Hospital was the Tuberculosis Unit of the Dallas County Hospital System, which also included Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue. Residents and interns of Parkland's Medicine Service were rotated through Woodlawn Hospital for training, as...
    • 1951
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue Nurse’s Home

    • Parkland Hospital opened a School of Nursing in 1914. In 1921, this home for the nurses and student nurses was built adjacent to Parkland. The architect was Herbert M. Greene, whose firm also designed the Parkland’s 1913 brick building. A third...
    • Circa 1930
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    • Parkland Grocery & Market

    • Some businesses in the vicinity of Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue incorporated the Parkland name into their own. The Parkland Grocery & Market was located at 3824 Maple Avenue, according to the 1941 "Dallas City Directory." Parkland's name was...
    • Circa 1941
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    • Parkland Barbeque drive-in

    • Some businesses in the vicinity of Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue incorporated the Parkland name into their own. The Parkland Barbeque was located at 3816 Maple Avenue (between Oak Lawn and Shelby) according to the 1941 "Dallas City Directory."...
    • Circa 1948
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    • Advertisement for "The New Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas"

    • This advertisement for Parkland Hospital was published in the "Texas Health Journal," v. 7, December, 1894. Parkland advertised in order to fill its private wards with paying patients, who were charged $7 to $12 per week for the room, nurse, meals,...
    • 1894
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    • Parkland Memorial Hospital on Harry Hines Blvd., burn unit

    • In 1962, Parkland Memorial Hospital created one of the largest adult civilian burn units in the country by setting aside sixteen beds with their own nursing station for burn patients. Pioneering burn therapies developed at Parkland have been...
    • Circa 1965
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    • "Parkland Was Our Home"

    • This article recounts the experiences of the author, Louise Florence Berthold, as a child living with her family at Parkland Hospital from 1898 to 1902. Her father, John Hicks Florence, was City Health Officer at the time. The article was published...
    • 1971
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    • Parkland Hospital School of Nursing graduates give 'Salute to Victory'

    • In this photo, 1941 graduates of the Parkland School of Nursing who have volunteered for the Army Nursing Service stand in a 'V' (for 'Victory') formation and salute the camera, with an American flag in the middle. Some nursing students had their...
    • 1941
    • pmh_00033
    • Surgical operation at Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue

    • This photo of a surgical operation in progress was digitized from the 1952 Parkland School of Nursing yearbook (titled "The White Cap"). Note the open window at the left, indicating there was no air conditioning in the operating room. Air...
    • 1952
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    • Dr. William Lee Hudson with Parkland School of Nursing students

    • Dr. William Lee Hudson stands with Parkland School of Nursing students on the front steps of Parkland Hospital on Maple Avene. The photo is inscribed, "To our sponsor, Senior Class '38'." Dr. Hudson was chief of Surgery at Parkland Hospital from...
    • 1938
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    • Charles R. Baxter, M.D., portrait photo, circa 1985

    • Dr. Charles R. Baxter (born circa 1930, died 2005) joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 1962 as Assistant Professor of Surgery. On November 22, 1963, he was Director of the Parkland Memorial Hospital Emergency Room when President John F. Kennedy...
    • Circa 1985
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    • Parkland Hospital Interns, 1955

    • The 1955 edition of the Parkland School of Nursing yearbook (titled "The White Cap") included this photo of the current interns at Parkland Memorial Hospital. The interns are identified as follows: "Seated, left to right, Doctors: Jere Mitchell,...
    • 1955
    • pmh_00046
    • Southwestern Medical District, aerial view, 2012

    • Major landmarks in this view of the Southwestern Medical District are (clockwise from lower left): One tower of UT Southwestern’s Paul M. Bass Administrative and Clinical Center; the North Campus building cluster; the new Parkland Memorial Hospital...
    • 2012
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    • Hospital Highlights, December 9, 1963

    • "Hospital Highlights" was the title of the Parkland Memorial Hospital in-house newsletter. This issue dated December 9, 1963 contains text and photos recounting the events around the treatment of President John F. Kennedy and Texas Governor John...
    • 1963
    • pmh_00028
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, operating room with staff

    • This photo was digitized from the 1950 Parkland School of Nursing yearbook (titled "The White Cap"), where the caption reads, "Operating Room." The staff are identified as (left to right: Arlin Braunschweig, Joyce (T-Bone) Johnston, Wilma...
    • 1950
    • pmh_00038
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, "drug room" with staff

    • This photo was digitized from the 1950 Parkland School of Nursing yearbook (titled "The White Cap"), where the caption reads, "Drug Room." The staff are identified as "Mr. Sam M. Champion; Pharmacist, A. S. Owens, and L. B. Holmes." Note the mortar...
    • 1950
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, woman in "iron lung"

    • In the 1940's and early 1950s, polio--also called "infantile paralysis"--was epidemic in Dallas and the rest of the United States. The disease paralyzed muscles, including those controlling breathing. Some patients required a mechanical ventilator,...
    • 1951
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    • Parkland School of Nursing students in diet therapy class

    • This photo was digitized from the 1955 Parkland School of Nursing yearbook (titled "The White Cap"). The caption in the yearbook reads, "Diet Therapy--This course promotes an understanding of the importance of diet therapy and its relation to...
    • 1955
    • pmh_00045
    • Child burn patient comforted by nurse, circa 1977

    • The Parkland Memorial Hospital Burn Center, headed for many years by the late UT Southwestern faculty member Dr. Charles Baxter, has been a pioneer in the treatment of burns, including children with extensive burns. In this photo, a child who had...
    • Circa 1977
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, view from Nurses' Home

    • Parkland Hospital occupied this brick building at 3819 Maple Avenue from 1913 to 1954. The center section, with the impressive main entrance, was opened in 1913. Wings were added to the side and back through the years as the need for space...
    • 1942
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    • Charles B. Mullins, M.D., at November 11 reception, 1981

    • Dr. Charles B. Mullins was Chief Executive Officer of Parkland Memorial Hospital from 1979 to 1981. In December 1981 he left Parkland to serve as Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs of The University of Texas System, a post he retained for...
    • 1981
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, view from northwest corner

    • Parkland Hospital occupied this brick building at 3819 Maple Avenue from 1913 to 1954. The center section, with the grand main entrance, was opened in 1913. Wings added to the side and back through the years as the need for space increased.
    • Circa 1945
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, close-up of entry porch

    • Parkland Hospital occupied this brick building at 3819 Maple Avenue from 1913 to 1954. The center section, with the grand main entrance, was opened in 1913. Wings were added to the side and back through the years as the need for space increased....
    • Circa 1955
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, center section

    • Parkland Hospital occupied this brick building at 3819 Maple Avenue from 1913 to 1954. The center section, with the impressive main entrance, was opened in 1913. Wings were added to the side and back through the years as the need for space...
    • Circa 1945
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    • Ronald ("Skip") F. Garvey, M.D., M.B.A., in surgical scrubs, circa 1990

    • Dr. Ronald ("Skip") F. Garvey (born 1928, died 2012) began his career in Dallas with an internship at Parkland Memorial Hospital in 1953. After service in the military, he returned to Parkland for his residency in 1956. Dr. Garvey joined the UT...
    • Circa 1990
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, Nurses' Home, side view

    • The Parkland Hospsital Nurses' Home opened in 1921. A third story was added in 1936. This photo shows the Nurses' Home after the the addtion of the third story. In this era, it was common for hospitals to provide housing for nurses and students in...
    • Circa 1945
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    • "Victory Huts" behind Parkland Hospital Nurses' Home on Maple Avenue

    • "Victory Huts" were prefabricated buildings developed during World War II as a method of providing quick housing for soldiers. The white "Victory Huts" behind the Parkland Nurses' Home are believed to have been used first as housing for recovering...
    • Circa 1945
    • pmh_00011
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, aerial view, before 1943

    • This aerial view shows Parkland Hospital before Southwestern Medical College's prefabricated plywood buildings were added behind the hospital along Oak Lawn Avenue. The Nurses' Home is at the upper right. Today a DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit)...
    • Before 1943
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    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, aerial view, circa 1944

    • This aerial view shows Parkland Hospital after Southwestern Medical College's prefabricated plywood buildings (often called "the shacks") were added behind the hospital along Oak Lawn Avenue. Today a DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) rail line runs...
    • Circa 1944
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    • Parkland Memorial Hospital on Harry Hines Blvd., front view, circa 1965

    • In the mid-1960s, Parkland Memorial Hospital added three stories to the original seven stories of its main building, which had been completed in 1954. The difference in the color of brick between the old and the new construction is evident in the...
    • Circa 1965
    • pmh_00017

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