HISTORY: New York – Gowanda State Homeopathic Hospital in the 1930s had 1,254 beds. Patients were treated under strict Homeopathic auspices. The medical complex consisted of two-story wings projecting from the main building, two three-story pavilion style buildings, two pavilions for patients with tuberculosis (TB), laundry, kitchen, main dining room building, farm, workshops, nurses home, amusement hall/auditorium, main staff house, and superintendent resident,… all built prior to 1946.
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