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Title

Hayes, Charles

Subject

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Sanatorium
Saratoga County (N.Y.)
Hayes, Charles

Description

Charles Hayes was patient number 100 from 1914-1916 at the Mt. McGregor Sanitarium which was built by Metropolitan Life to hep curb the Tuberculosis epidemic. He describes a typical day as a patient, the surroundings and the dedication ceremony

Creator

Hayes, Charles

Source

Saratoga County Office of the County Historian

Publisher

Saratoga Springs Public Library

Date

c. 1975

Rights

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Format

MP3

Language

English

Type

Oral History

Identifier

SCOH025

All Available Item Data

Interviewer

Unknown

Interviewee

Hayes, Charles

Transcription

Request from repository

Original Format

Cassette Tape

Duration

17 mins.

Time Summary

0:00-2:20 Charles Hayes, admitted 1914 to Mt. McGregor after a fall in NYC
2:40-3:25 Typical day at the hospital
3:35-5:15 Hobbies, games, recreation
5:15-6:25 1915 small pox epidemic
6:25-7:00 1915- went to Montreal to get serum
7:00-7:18 Turpentine treatments
7:20- 8:13 Altair Cottage
8:15-9:34 Mr. Barker and Indian tree landmark
9:34-10:15 Old hotel on property
10:15-11:00 Old Mr. McGregor
11:00-11:30 Was there for 2 yrs; payments, etc.
11:30- 12:20 Old apple orchard
12:21- 13:37 Old water spring
13:37-14:50 Old railroad
14:50-15:35 Jobs while there
15:35-16:05 Fruit and stealing of oranges
16:05- 17:10 1915 dedication of hospital

Physical Format

Oral histories

Citation

Hayes, Charles, “Hayes, Charles,” Saratoga Room Digital Exhibits, accessed January 18, 2022, http://digitalarchive.sspl.org/items/show/248.

Output Formats

File

Hayes Brookside.mp3

Interactive Version