Dix Hospital’s central pavilion was demolished in 1951 and replaced by an outsized administrative complex, at the center of the hospital’s two long, narrow wings, one of which is pictured here. The hospital was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis on the brow of the park’s highest hill in 1856.
Dix Hospital’s central pavilion was demolished in 1951 and replaced by an outsized administrative complex, at the center of the hospital’s two long, narrow wings, one of which is pictured here. The hospital was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis on the brow of the park’s highest hill in 1856. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Dix Hospital’s central pavilion was demolished in 1951 and replaced by an outsized administrative complex, at the center of the hospital’s two long, narrow wings, one of which is pictured here. The hospital was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis on the brow of the park’s highest hill in 1856. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com