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Hospital information

File contains brochures created to give the reader information about the hospital as a whole. Included are four brochures from 1967 designed to be a "tour" of the hospital, and brochures from 1976, 1976, and 1988 that would have been given to people coming to The Wellesley for treatment.

Wellesley Central site closing

In 1998 when the Wellesley Central Hospital closed its medical departments and clinics were moved under the umbrella of St. Michael's Hospital. The Wellesey Central Hospital became the Wellesley Central site. On July 5, 2001 the final inpatient department was moved from the Wellesley site to St. Michael's Hospital on Bond Street. On July 18, 2001 a garden party, sponsered by St. Michael's Hospital and the Wellesley Central Health Corporation (WCHC), to commemorate the official closing of the site. The site would revert back to WCHC on July 31, 2001.
The file contains an invitation and a programme from the July 18, 2001 garden party. It also contains a special edition of the St. Michael's Hospital newsletter In Touch - "A Tribute to the Wellesley Central Site".

St. Michael's Hospital

Official Opening of the Edmund C. Bovey Lithotripsy Unit

The Edmund C. Bovey Lithotripsy Unit officially opened at The Wellesley Hospital on Tuesday January 19, 1988. The unit was a University of Toronto program being run at The Wellesley.
File contains a Wellesley Hospital folder. Inside the folder are two brochures and a two page informational packet about the lithotripsy machine. Also in the folder is an invitation to the opening.

The Wellesley Hospital Medical and Research Centre events

The Wellesley Hospital Medical and Research Centre began construction in 1964, with the demolition of the original Hospital Building "Homewood". The cornerstone laying ceremony was held Wednesday May 19, 1965. The building was officially opened October 10, 1967.
File contains invitations and programs for the cornerstone laying ceremony and the official opening of the building.

Twenty-five Year club

File contains programs for the Hospital's 25 year club celebrations. First introduced in 1969, the dinner has been held almost every year since then. Included are two programs from the May 9, 1988 dinner held at the Four Season's Hotel, one from the May 4, 1993 event also held at the Four Season's hotel, and one from the September 30, 1997 dinner held at The King Edward Hotel.

Report of The Wellesley-Ryerson Project on the Buddy System

The committee, consisting of members from both the Wellesley Hospital and the Department of Nursing at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, studied a pilot project "The Buddy System" in The Wellesley Hospital's Medical-Surgical units. The project paired new graduates with a mentor. The project lasted 6 months.

The Wellesley Hospital year in review/annual report

Year in Review and later annual reports put out by the Wellesley Hospital and its Board of Governors. Included in the file are:
Year in Review 1976 (1)
Year in Review 1977-1978 (1)
Year in Review 1980-1981 (1)
Year in Review 1982-1983 (1)
Year in Review 1983-1984 (1)
Annual Report 1985-1986 (1)
Annual Report 1987-1988 (1)
Annual Report 1989-1990 (2)
Annual Report 1991-1992 supplement (1)

Bill 102 - An act respecting the Toronto General Hospital and The Wellesley Hospital

A photocopy of Bill 102 - an act respecting the Toronto General Hospital and The Wellesley Hospital. The act separated the two hospitals (which had amalgamated in 1948), leaving The Wellesley an independent institution once again. The first reading of the bill was March 11, the second March 21, and the final March 24.

A Greater Hospital - commemorating the opening of the new extensions including the new private patients' pavilion Toronto General Hospital

A commemorative booklet "A Greater Hospital" created to celebrate the opening of the new hospital extensions at Toronto General Hospital between April 21-26, 1930. The booklet has a brief history of the hospital and information about the new buildings. Booklet includes photographs.

Becton Dickinson "Admiral" Portable Blood Samples Case

"Admiral" Nickel Silver Portable Blood Samples Case manufactured by Becton Dickinson Co. Metal case contains glass syringe, 2 needles, 5 glass vials with cork stoppers, and a tube for sharps attached to case. A red felt carrier with black stitching on edges and "BD" on snap closure was with case.

Becton, Dickinson and Company

Ceramic tile from fireplace in wooden case

Green bordered ceramic tile that is sectioned into 4 quarters. Each smaller square has a different plant or flower on it - shamrock, thistle, rose, and a leaves. Tile is supposed to represent flora of the British Isles - shamrock = Irelend; Rose = England; thistle = Scotland; and the leaves.
Tiles were used around the fireplaces in the original hospital rooms in Wellesley's "Homewood" building. This tile was been placed in a finished wood box of sorts with green felt backing.

Ceramic tile from fireplace

Green bordered ceramic tile that is sectioned into 4 quarters. Each smaller square has a different plant or flower on it - shamrock, thistle, rose, and a leaves. Tile is supposed to represent flora of the British Isles - shamrock = Irelend; Rose = England; thistle = Scotland; and the leaves.
Tiles were used around the fireplaces in the original hospital rooms in Wellesley's "Homewood" building. This tile was taken from the fireplace in room 17. A green felt backing has been added to the tile.

Ceramic tile from fireplace

Green bordered ceramic tile that is sectioned into 4 quarters. Each smaller square has a different plant or flower on it - shamrock, thistle, rose, and a leaves. Tile is supposed to represent flora of the British Isles - shamrock = Irelend; Rose = England; thistle = Scotland; and the leaves.
Tiles were used around the fireplaces in the original hospital rooms in Wellesley's "Homewood" building. This tile was taken from the fireplace in room 20. A green felt backing has been added to the tile.

Toronto General Hospital

The Toronto General Hospital. On August 25, 1948, The Wellesley Hospital amalgamated with Toronto General Hospital - becoming the Wellesley Division of Toronto General Hospital. They would remain that way until 1960, when Wellesley became an independent hospital once again.
Series contains materials relating to the Toronto General Hospital, and to its amalgamation with The Wellesley.

Dorothy Eden speeches, 1973

Cassette tape of Dorothy Eden reading two of her speeches given in 1973. The first is a speech given during a celebration of her career at The Wellesley on August 1, 1973. The second speech was originally given August 8, 1973 at the School's graduation exercises. It is unclear as to when the tape was recorded.

Eden, Dorothy

Trophy

Small silver cup style trophy. Cup is silver and bottom is painted metal. Handles are on either side of the cup with twining patterned band around top of cup. Front has been engraved "For the Best Nurses in Toronto Christmas 1936 J. R. T."

Brick and block trowel

Wood handled brick and block cement trowel. Trowel used by Ontario Premier John Robarts during the 1965 cornerstone laying for what would be named "The Turner Wing" of The Wellesley Hospital. The Turner wing opened in 1967.

H. K. Porter Company (Canada) Ltd. - Disston division

The Wellesley Hospital playing cards

Two decks of playing cards - one white with blue (54 cards) and the other blue with white (52 cards) - in a box. Cards and box have The Wellesley Hospital coat of arms on the front. The white and blue deck of cards has two extra - one blank and the other has instructions for contract bridge.

Chas. Goodall and Son Ltd.

Small silver tea set

Small silver tea pot, creamer and sugar dish.

RG 946.02.12.01.03.06.01 tea pot - hinged lid and Wellesley Hospital coat of arms engraved on one side
RG 946.02.12.01.03.06.02 sugar bowl with detached lid and Wellesley Hospital coat of arms on one side of bowl and on lid
RG 946.02.12.01.03.06.03 creamer jug with Wellesley Hospital coat of arms on one side

John Round & Son Ltd.

Demi-tasse cup

White and blue china demi-tasse cup. Blue line and flower pattern on exterior rim of cup. Gold line on interior rim of cup. Gold embellishment on handle. The Wellesley Hospital coat of arms in on one side on the cup.

Theodore Haviland Limoges

Condiment dish with lid

White and blue china condiment dish and lid. Plate attached to bottom. Blue line and flower pattern around rim of lid, top of dish and around edge of attached plate. The Wellesley Hospital coat of arms is on one side of dish. Lid handle is embellished with gold, and lid has small opening for spoon.

Theodore Haviland Limoges

Warming plate

White and blue china plate with blue line and flower pattern around rim. The Wellesley Hospital coat of arms is on one side. The plate is inset into a silver dish with spout for adding hot water to. Silver dish also has handles.

Theodore Haviland Limoges

Soup bowl with lid

White and blue china soup bowl with attached plate and separate lid. Blue line and flower pattern around rim of plate, bowl and lid. The Wellesley Hospital coat of arms on one side of lid and bowl. Small handles on either side of bowl embellished with gold.

Theodore Haviland Limoges

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