Allan Marble presents:
“Destined for Demolition: Hospital Buildings constructed in Nova Scotia, 1867-1950”
Thursday, March 20th, 7:30pm
Museum of Natural History
1747 Summer Street, Halifax
During the last six years Allan Marble has been researching the history of hospitals in Nova Scotia, a topic which has been completely overlooked by other historians. Considering that a large number of Nova Scotians have been born in and have died in hospitals, one would have expected there would be some interest in how hospitals were established and who was responsible for their establishment. Allan will answer these questions in his presentation and show photographs of several of the hospitals, many of which were the among the most elegant buildings in the towns of Nova Scotia.
For more information, please visit the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia’s Website.