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- Subject is exactly "Jewish hospitals -- Kentucky -- Louisville"
Ken Richardson, Transplant Coordinator, Micro Scoop, July 1980
Image from the Jewish Hospital periodical Micro Scoop from 1980. The image is of Ken Richardson, who served as the transplant coordinator at Jewish Hospital.
Jewish Hospital Employee Benefits, 1974
A pamphlet outlining Jewish Hospital employee benefits.
Clipping from Service, April 1969
Clipping from Service, a Jewish Hospital publication featuring stories about hospital employees and developments, was distributed to members of the Jewish Hospital Association. The clipping features of picture Ms. Evelyn Corder holding a tray of the…
Orderlies in Equipment Room, 1967
Image from the periodical Micro Scoop on orderlies (nurses' aides) checking the equipment in the new wing of Jewish Hospital. The orderlies are identified as Robert McGregor (L) and William Scrivener (R).
Cover of 1954 Annual Report
Cover of the 1954 Annual Report, the Jewish Hospital Association of Louisville, KY
Site of New Jewish Hospital, ca. 1950
Sign reading "Site of New Jewish Hospital Affiliated with the University Medical Center."
Plan for the University of Louisville Medical Center, ca. 1955
Plan for the University of Louisville Medical Center. After World War II, a fervor of urban renewal swept through American cities, shifting populations and remaking neighborhoods with major construction projects. The new downtown Medical Center was a…
Joseph & Joseph Architectural Rendering, ca. 1950
Architectural rendering of the new Jewish Hospital by Joseph & Joseph Architects
Letter from Bernard Bernheim, 1918 June 25
Letter from Bernard Bernheim to the Board of Directors of Jewish Hospital responding to a decision to keep the Jewish Hospital name. Bernheim contributed $100,000 for an addition to Jewish Hospital on the condition that they rename the hospital…
Blank Hospital Bill, ca. 1918
In January 1918, distillers and philanthropists Bernard and Isaac Bernheim contributed $100,000 for an addition to the Jewish Hospital. One of the conditions attached to the brothers’ donation was their request to rename the hospital Bernheim…
Original Board of Directors and Rabbis, ca. 1905
Photograph of the original board of directors and rabbis who oversaw the dedication and creation of Jewish Hospital.
Laying the Cornerstone, ca. 1903
A group gathers to lay the cornerstone of the original Jewish Hospital.
Sketch of the Original Jewish Hospital, n.d.
Sketch of the original Jewish Hospital, undated. Rafael T. Wathen was a longtime employee in the maintenance department at both the old and new Jewish Hospital. He retired in 1965 at age 77.
Letter, 6 April 1918
Clara in Louisville, Kentucky, to Louis J. Discher, Co F 120 Infantry, Camp Sevier, S.C.