Re: help in finding information from a no longer operating sanatorium in Massachuset



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"Jenni Hymoff Koeppel" <jhymoff@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
> Hello to all, I would greatly appreciate advice from anyone who can help
> me: according to the 1910 census my ggf (or someone named exactly the
> same) was a patient at Rutland State Sanatorium - I would like to find out
> why he was there and for how long. The institution no longer exists and
> I wonder where the records might be and how to obtain a copy or a synopsis
> of them.

http://www.1856.org/historicalOverview.html gives a historical overview
which says that Rutland State Sanatorium was founded as the first public
hospital for tubercular patients in the nation.

See http://www.sec.state.ma.us/arc/arcgen/genidx.htm for the paragraph
concerning the records of State Institutions.

archives@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx is the email address. Other contacts are given at
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/arc/arccon.htm.


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