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Two Views of the Hospital, Rockport, Mass., both c. 1907

Here are two views of the former Leander M. Haskins Hospital, which stood at the top of Summit Ave., on what is now known as Hospital Hill. As I’ve previously noted in posts here and here, Haskins was a prominent … Continue reading

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View from Hospital, Rockport, Mass., circa 1908

Here is a unique postcard showing the view out over Rockport from the Leander M. Haskins Hospital at the top of Summit Ave. (I’ve written before about the hospital and the man it was named for.) I find myself stumped … Continue reading

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An Update on Leander Haskins and the Old Hospital

In an earlier post here, I published a postcard showing the Leander M. Haskins Hospital, atop what is now known as Hospital Hill, in 1907. I wrote a little bit there about the man for whom the hospital was named, … Continue reading

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Leander M. Haskins Hospital, Rockport, Mass., 1907

[See also my update to this post.] Yes, there once actually was a hospital atop Hospital Hill. The Leander M. Haskins Hospital opened for patients in 1906. It had 10 beds and, according to one report I found, treated 90 … Continue reading

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