Postcard.3""x5"".. St. Eugene Hospital. Dillon, South Carolina. Established 1943. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Mary Motherhouse- St. Louis, Missouri. 60 Beds- 10 Bassinettes. Named for Eugenio Pacelli, P. P. XII
Postcard.3""x5"".. Greenville, S.C., ""Textile Center of the South,"" is a notable manufacturing, agricultural, and educational center. Having 3 million people within 100 miles, it leads the state in commerce. Mild climate and accessibility to mountain or sea make it extremely pleasing to residents and tourists.
Postcard.3""x5"".. Rock Hill Newsstand, Rock Hill, S.C. This hospital which accomodates both white and colored patients opened May 20, 1940. It is modernly equipped, including X-Ray units, air conditioned operating and delivery rooms. A school of nursing is maintained.
Postcard.3""x5"".. This well equipped hospital was completed in 1930 and had 35 beds- Today the hospital, with ultra-modern equipment has 135 beds, and with capable administrative and professional staff serves Horry County. Ektachrome by Cecil Brandon
Postcard.3""x5"".. Self Memorial Hospital, built in through the generosity of Mr. James C. Self, was opened November 1, 1951. It is a modern, completely air-conditioned hospital, containing 179 beds and 32 bassinets.
Postcard.3""x5"".. This institution was founded originally in 1906 and grew from 25 beds to 425 beds in 1963 when new building was completed. This is a general non-profit hospital serving Anderson County and surrounding areas, averaging 19,000 patients per year.
Postcard.3""x5"".. Modern 12 story hospital replaces old World War II temporary structures. Hospital features a post exchange, barber shop, snack bar, chapel, dining hall, libraries, conference room and a 97 seat auditorium. Hospital honors the late Col. William H. Moncrief, Sr. Photo by Ernest Ferguson