Negative showing an aerial view of the Maria hospital
This is a radiography treatment card belonging to Mary Travers. You can see that she kept her sense of humor even when in sickness.
Negative showing an outdoor view of the main facade of the Maria hospital
Negative showing a view of the Maria hospital operating room. Doctors and nurses at work
Negative showing a bedridden woman at the Maria hospital, her two arms in casts
Negative showing a bedridden man at the Maria hospital, his two hands in bandages
Negative showing a nun writing on a desk at the Maria hospital.
Negative showing a group of elderly people at the Maria hospital. A nun standing next to an old person sitting on a chair
Negative showing a nun sitting at a desk at the Maria hospital.
Negative showing the Maria hospital’s kitchens.
Negative showing a woman standing in a Maria hospital laboratory.
Negative showing a lounge in the Maria hospital.
Negative showing 2 men and 2 women behind a desk.
Negative showing a nurse vaccinating a child held by the mother
Negative showing a group of St. John paramedics, division 373, in Carleton
Negative showing a group of nuns and nurses from the Maria hospital.
Negative showing a group of auxiliary nurses from the Maria hospital.
Negative showing a group of nuns and nurses from the Maria hospital, posing on four rows
Negative showing a group of nuns and nurses from the Maria hospital, posing on 2 rows.
Negative showing members of the Red Cross
Postal card showing the Hôtel-Dieu of Gaspé. On the right, we can see the monastery also called Fort Ramsay. These two buildings no longer exist.
Photography representing two patients in the hospital, Hôtel-Dieu Notre-Dame des Neiges, in Gaspé.
Picture of a man laying in a hospital bed. The hospital is most probably Fort Ramsay.
Picture representing Dr. Edgard Pidgeon, husband of Minnie Claperton.
Musée de la Gaspésie. P57 Collection du Centre d'archives de la Gaspésie. P57/8, 74.1.40. - Le docteur A.B. Cotnoir de Rivière-Madeleine avec son épouse se promenant dans la nature en hiver, Rivière-Madeleine, 1924.