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Convalescent Home
Convalescents Home
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 Located about where the Carney Hospital is now, the Convalescent Home was a branch of the Boston City Hospital. The Convalescent Home received women, girls, and young boys for recovery from acute diseases.

Source:

The Dorchester Book. Boston: George H. Ellis, Printer for the Branch Alliance of Christ Church (Unitarian), Dorchester, Mass., 1899.

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Created: August 17, 2003   Modified: December 7, 2003