A rare collection of photographs from the beginning of the 20th century was recently discovered. In the first installment
we brought you the story of the hospital's construction. Last week we
presented photos that depict the story of Hadassah and its employees during the British Mandate and the War of Independence.
In this third and last installment, we present a selection of photos from the 1920s-1940s documenting medical treatments of adults and children in the hospital, clinics and schools.
In publishing these photographs, we're hoping that you can help provide information about them. The goal is to include them in the Haifa University database collection
Children's ward staff
Examining the children for lice
In school: First graders in Jerusalem
Nurse examining girls' lungs, 1936
How tall are you? A nurse with students, 1936
Hadassah Medical School's library
Gentlemen. Do you recognize anyone?
First brit (circumcision) at Hadassah Mount Scopus with Rabbi Herzog, 1939
Hannukah dinner at the hospital, 1941
Sterilization room at Hadassah Medical Hospital Mount Scopus, 1939
Students visit exhibition about hygiene and food
Hospital's laundromat, 1944
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