Rhode Island State Hospital for Mental Diseases (former): C Building Remodeling – Cranston RI

City:
Cranston, RI

Site Type:
Education and Health, Civic Facilities, Hospitals and Clinics

New Deal Agencies:
Public Works Funding, Public Works Administration (PWA)

Completed:
1936

Designers:
Albert H. Humes, John Hutchins Cady

Description

In 1936, this three story hospital building was remodeled under the P.W.A. The architect was Albert H. Humes, of Pawtucket. It was originally built in 1918 and designed by John Hutchins Cady of Providence. It is today part of the Minimum Security prison.

Source notes

Page 682, The Bridgemen's Magazine, Volume 35 (1935) Page 481, Annual Report of the State Auditor, January, 1919 (1919)

Site originally submitted by John P. on June 5, 2014.

Location Info


16 Howard Avenue
Cranston, Rhode Island 02920

Coordinates: 41.742247, -71.46310

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