Atwater Tuberculosis HospitalNational Archives and Records Administration
“This structure is a combined preventorium and
children’s hospital, the two units being connected by a large recreation room. The preventorium consists of two dormitories, one for boys and one for girls, separated by a nurses’ station, each dormitory accommodating 20 beds. The hospital has an X-ray and an examination and treatment room, three wards, eight single rooms, and the dining room and kitchen. The entire lay-out has a usable floor area of 13,750 square feet.
The construction consists of reinforced-concrcic
footings, wood frame with stucco finish on the exterior walls, and a mission tile roof. The nurses’ home is a separate building illustrated above on the left.
The project was completed in December 1936 at a
construction cost of $84,060 and a project cost of $91,584.”
Exact address and current status unknown.
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Short, C. W. and R. Stanley-Brown (1939) Public Buildings: Architecture under the Public Works Administration, 1933 to 1939. United States Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.
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