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December 6, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;61(23):2075-2081. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350240049023

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CALIFORNIA 

New Hospital Assured for University.  —The task has now been completed of raising $600,000 in subscriptions for the erection of a new teaching hospital for the University of California. The work of securing the subscriptions was in the hands of Regent William H. Crocker, Dean Herbert C. Moffitt of the Medical Department of the University of California, and Dr. Wallace I. Terry. Plans are now being prepared by Mr. Louis Hobart for this new University Hospital, which will be started next spring on the "Affiliated Colleges" site on Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, adjoining the present University of California Hospital. Among the principal donors were John Keith of San Francisco, who gave $150,000 in memory of his wife; Mr. William H. Crocker and Mrs. Harriet Alexander, who gave $50,000 each; and Mr. Charles Templeton Crocker and Mrs. Malcolm Whitman, who gave $25,000 each, this $150,000 being in memory of the

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