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From the Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago Records, #4705, Rush University Medical Center Archives, Chicago, Ill. The Rush University Medical Center Archives is a department of the Library of Rush University. It is the official archival agency of Rush University Medical Center and Rush University. For related digital collections, please visit http://rushu.libguides.com/rusharchives.

Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago, 1883-1957, was chartered July 21, 1883, by faculty at Rush Medical College as a facility to provide clinical instruction for medical students. The faculty cooperated with local Presbyterian leaders to procure the financial support necessary to proceed with construction. The hospital was built adjacent to Rush Medical College at the corner of South Wood Street and Congress Parkway. The Woman's Board was developed during the beginning stages of the hospital and played a key role in fundraising for and service to the hospital throughout its history. The hospital's relationship with Rush Medical College led to an increasing interest in medical research at the hospital. In 1903, the hospital introduced the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing. Rush Medical College was affiliated with the University of Chicago beginning in 1898. Because of its symbiotic relationship with Rush, Presbyterian Hospital had a strong influence on Rush's relationship with the University of Chicago. Eventually, Presbyterian, Rush, and the University of Chicago disagreed on the future of Rush, and the affiliation dissolved. In 1942, Rush Medical College closed. Soon afterward, Presbyterian Hospital became affiliated with the University of Illinois. The medical staff of Presbyterian Hospital served as faculty for the University of Illinois. During World War I, a hospital unit was recruited from Presbyterian Hospital. Base Hospital 13 saw service in World War I, Limoges, France. During World War II, a hospital unit was recruited from Presbyterian again, designated the 13t h General Hospital in honor of Base Hospital 13. This unit spent most of its time during the war in Finschhafen, New Guinea. For more information on this unit, please visit The 13th General Hospital in World War II. In an effort to combine their resources, Presbyterian Hospital merged with St. Luke's Hospital, on April 25, 1956 and became Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital.

Most of the items in this collection were digitized and made available through the Internet Archive in 2012, through the Book Digitization Initiative Grant from the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI). This includes Presbyterian Hospital annual reports and the hospital's newsletter, the Bulletin.


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Base Hospital 13, a hospital unit recruited at Presbyterian Hospital of Chicago, saw its first service in World War I ministering to sick and wounded at Limoges, France. A request from Washington, D.C. for organizing a similar model to serve World War II, brought veterans of the Base Hospital into the organization of a new hospital unit that came to be known as the 13th General Hospital. The 13th General Hospital spent most of its army life in New Guinea jungles. This memoir, put together by...
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