Wallace Hospital

Wallace Hospital

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Wallace Hospital

Wallace’s first hospital was called the Frances Holland Memorial Hospital. It was ready for occupancy October 1, 1890. It was built by Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. The hospital was damaged by the fire in 1913. After it was rebuilt, it was called the Wallace Hospital. The cost to be a patient was $1.50 a day. The building was closed and demolished in 1973.

Interesting Facts

Ed pulaski

Ed Pulaski was signed into the hospital as patient 149. He was being treated for burns after the 1910 fire. 

Evacuation

As the 1910 fire approached, the three hospitals in Wallace, including the Wallace Hospital, evacuated all their patients to the Osburn Hospital. Wagons and carriages from “Sutherlands Livery” and “Garrett Transfer and Coal” transported the patients to Osburn.

Size

The Wallace Hospital was approximately 50′ by 100′. In comparison, a professional basketball court is 50′ by 94′. Within that space there was a 3-story, 125 bed hospital. Many cannot believe that the hospital sat in the small location that the park that sits now.

Check Out the Other Stops On the Tour

Center of the Universe

Center of the Universe

Grand Theater

Grand Theater

Northern Pacific Depot

Northern Pacific Depot

Opera House and Masonic Hall

Opera House and Masonic Hall

Providence Hospital

Providence Hospital

Samuel's Hotel

Samuel's Hotel

Union Pacific Depot

Union Pacific Depot

Wallace Public School

Wallace Public School

Wallace Hospital

Wallace Hospital

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Our Community

The Morbeck Foundation, Wallace High School students, and Gravis Tech have teamed up to bring you this tour. Wallace High School students have worked hard to build this tour.  Students who have participated in the creation of this tour are Abagail Travis, Chuck Tatman, and Alijah Richardson. Each student has augmented their technology education and historic education through participation in creation of this tour.