Medicine and the medieval architectural image were closely associated in the teens and on through the 1920s. This complex of low buildings (one to two and a half stories) has the feeling of a Tudor Revival university dormitory rather than a hospital. The brick and sandstone-trim building seems to meander informally over its site. The late medieval details—pointed arched openings; tall, narrow chimneys; step roofs with dormers—together with its well-landscaped site, pose a fine example of the early-1920s Tudor Revival.
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