German and Cotillion Clubs’ Fund-raiser for Hospital in 1896

For the Hospital.  Society Young People Will Give a Boat Excursion The hospital movement is increasing in favor each day, and additional interest is being manifested and new help being proffered constantly.  The lastest [sic] benefit movement is the proposed … Continue reading

Knoxville Turn Verein Donation to Hospital Fund in 1896

Fifty Dollars Donated Knoxville Turn Verein Swells the Hospital Fund The Knoxville Turnverein [sic] held its semi-annual election of officers yesterday afternoon at Turner’s park.  The following gentlemen were installed in places of trust: President — C. Aebli Vice-President — … Continue reading

The Proposed Hospital: A Letter to the Editor in 1895

The Proposed Hospital.  A Well Citizen Expresses Himself on the Subject Editor Journal:  The suggestion has come from some quarter (and certainly not too soon) that Knoxville stands in need of an “up-to-date” Hospital.  The present small and incomplete City … Continue reading

Medical Society Discusses “Decent” Hospital in 1895

Medical Society.  Reporters Will Not Be Admitted to the Meetings.  Lively Discussion over the Question of Professional Ethics — Favor a Decent Hospital The Knox County Medical society is nothing if not ultra on professional etiquette.  So think several members … Continue reading