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Spalding Union Hospital
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Clipping of a newspaper article entitled, Spalding Union Hospital, published in the June 21, 1950 edition of the Naicam Progress. A report on the opening of Spalding Union Hospital at Spalding, Saskatchewan on June 4, 1950 and the services offered by the hospital.
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Office: Regina - Hillsdale
Specific location(s): 1290.5.2
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Location for retrieval: Regina - Hillsdale
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Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.
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