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Dr. Hingston performing surgery at the Hôtel-Dieu Hospital. Painting by Joseph-Charles Franchère, 1905.

Collection of the nursing nuns of Saint-Joseph de Montréal.

Hôtel-Dieu in 1875.

Canadian Illustrated News, Vol. XI, No. 17, page 260, April 24, 1875. Reproduced from the website of Library and Archives Canada Nouvelles en images : Canadian Illustrated News.

Saint Patrick Hall at l’Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, in 1888.

Collection of the nursing nuns of Saint-Joseph de Montréal

Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, stamped postcard, August 2, 1905.

Private collection, Centre d’histoire de Montréal.

Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, beginning of the 20th century.

Centre d’histoire de Montréal postcard.

Spring flooding in Montréal’s Griffintown.

Canadian Illustrated News, Vol. VII, No. 17, page 261, April 26, 1873. Reproduced from the website of Library and Archives Canada Nouvelles en images : Canadian Illustrated News.

“Baby is not afraid to be vaccinated”

Universal album, September 23, 1905. Image from E.-Z. Massicotte’s Album de rues, Bibliothèque nationale du Québec.

 

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