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Greenwood's Sanitarium At 7308 Old Main Street Rd.
Highrise Tower posted a topic in Historic HoustonI never knew this hospital existed. Very cool! Dr. Greenwood's Sanitarium, Houston, Texas. For Nervous and Mental Diseases - Alcohol and Drug Addictions. All buildings new and built especially for the care and treatment of such cases. Buildings steam heated, all modern conveniences, sanitary plumbing, electric lights, hot and gold water in every room, and screened throughout. All outside rooms. Everything first-class. Personal attention given all cases. Situated South Main Street, on OakHill, the coolest part of Houston. JAS. Greenwood, M.D. Supt. - H.C. Maxwell, M.D., Ass't Physician. https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/greenwood-james-sr Greenwood, James, Sr. (1878–1949) James Greenwood, Sr., neuropsychiatrist, was born in Seguin, Texas, on April 18, 1878, the son of Judge James and Corinna (Henderson) Greenwood. He attended private schools and the John H. Bishop Academy for Young Men in Seguin. In 1901 he received his M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Greenwood was on the staff of the San Antonio State Hospital for Mental Diseases from 1902 to 1906, when he went into private practice in Seguin. In 1908 he returned to UTMB as instructor in pediatrics, clinical medicine, and physical diagnosis. He left Galveston in 1912 to establish the Greenwood Sanitarium for treatment of neuropsychiatric diseases in Houston. From the Houston Public Library Digital Archives: https://cdm17006.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p17006coll10/id/1707/rec/1 Description: Photograph of the front and side yards of the Greenwood Sanitarium that was located at 9218 South Main Street. Date: 1920-1939 Era: 1920; 1930