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Thelma worked in Developing and Printing from - early s and Freda worked in the Plate Department from and Thelma and Freda have provided the earliest memories of Kodak Australasia working life that has yet been identified. These memories of their work at Kodak's Abbotsford factory are captured in an oral history interview that is also in the collection. Thelma and her work friends are captured in this photograph on a Saturday afternoon visiting another Kodak work colleague, their fore-lady from the printing room, Janet Madden, who was in Greenvale Sanatorium with TB tuberculosis for a long period of time.
Kodak would send a car to drive Janet's work colleagues to visit her on a Saturday afternoon, then bring them back. After she recovered from her illness, Janet did not return to the Developing and Printing Department, but took a position as front entrance receptionist at Abbotsford, and continued in this role when the Coburg factory opened. During the week, on a Wednesday afternoon, Kodak staff would also be driven to visit ill colleagues at the Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital, for example Margaret Clemo, who contracted polio and was bedridden for some time.
The photograph was taken by the driver of the Kodak car, a Kodak employee. Irene and Beryl were junior printers at the time of this photograph, Joan worked in sorting, and Shirley was also a printer.
Beryl was also a champion cyclist.National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia.
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In the Library Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. Details Collect From N Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. We will contact you if necessary. To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Need Help?In Maythe Victorian Public Health Department opened the Heatherton Sanatorium for the treatment of people with tuberculosis with a capacity of beds. Operational funding for the sanatorium came from the Victorian Government and municipalities and it was administratively linked to the nearby Melbourne Benevolent Asylum.
In the early s, the sanatorium housed tuberculosis patients in wards, wings and blocks that separately housed adult males, adult females and children. A state primary school, no. Inthe Commonwealth Government returned full responsibility for the facility to the Victorian Government and its name changed to Heatherton Hospital. In the s, system reviews led to the closure of Willsmere Hospital, Kew whose patients were admitted to Heatherton in Heatherton Hospital was also declared a psychiatric hospital for the elderly.
In the s, system reviews saw Heatherton associated with the Kingston Centre the successor to the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum. InHeatherton Hospital closed. This guide contains information that some people may find distressing.
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Heatherton Sanitorium history in brief In Maythe Victorian Public Health Department opened the Heatherton Sanatorium for the treatment of people with tuberculosis with a capacity of beds. Warning about distressing information This guide contains information that some people may find distressing.
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Share this Twitteropens a new window Facebookopens a new window LinkedInopens a new window.Greenvale Mental Hospital. This article is a little close to home. But before I get any further, let me give you a little bit of history regarding this Mental Hospital.
The Greenvale Sanatorium was established by the Victorian Government, under the administration of the Health Department in It was established for the treatment of consumptives.
On May 10th, it was finally opened. But the 11th of May, there were 10 patients already. The land is situated on a large acre property, on the wooded uplands near Broadmeadows. It is feet above sea level. It was put there to provide fresh air and a nice temperate climate. It was also in close proximity to Melbourne City, as well as the beautiful lands that surrounded it.
The main ward block and administration wing was designed by Percy Everett. This was the very first institution in Victoria dedicated to the treatment of TB, or as you know it, Tuberculosis. Whenever patients would come in, they had to abide by the strict regiment which awaited them.
The primary purpose of such an institution is. Now what's a little history without the paranormal side? Greenvale Mental Hospital was known to be one of the most haunted Sanatoriums in Victoria. It was told as well as experienced by people, that the former occupants still reside in their residence, roaming the halls and rooms of the beautifully structured building. Jane used to be a nurse who worked in the Hospital, treating patients with TB. Now I'm not exactly sure when she was there, but all I know is that she eventually died there and now her ghost walks the halls of the building.
Another is the groundskeeper who roams the lands of the site, he has also been seen by a few people. The Sanatorium is also situated right next to an Aboriginal Cemetary. It was surrounded by 6 foot high fences to keep people out. Security had intervened, and patroled the lands and buildings to keep people like us out.
Have you ever been to Greenvale Mental Hospital? Published by Mindy at PM 31 comments. So, this is a paranormal blog right?May 23, 2018
We need more paranormal things.Tuberculosis was the cause of one death in nine in Victoria in For andthe average length of stay was 74 days. On discharge, 61 per cent of patients were much improved but 14 were classed as incurable. Many simply returned home to die. It also became a geriatric centre for studying disabilities of the aged. Despite urban myths, it does not appear to have been a hospital for the mentally ill. This guide contains information that some people may find distressing.
If you experienced abuse as a child or young person in an institution mentioned in this guide, it may be a difficult reading experience. Guides may also contain references to previous views, policies and practices that are regrettable and do not reflect the current views, policies or practices of the department or the State of Victoria. If you find this content distressing, please consult with a support person either from the Department of Health and Human Services or another agency.
Please note that the content of this administrative history is provided for general information only and does not purport to be comprehensive. The department does not guarantee the accuracy of this administrative history. Note for readers of the guide: For information relating to the central management of care leavers and wards of state, please consult the guide to Central department wardship and out-of-home care records.
These collections date back to the s and include ward registers, index cards and ward files. Hence, there could be more than one set of records for any one person. Please check each location for former patient records. Content: Details recorded include: patient's name; date of admission; admission number; date of last previous admission; age; marital status; occupation; previous place of abode; religion and the form of mental disorder and state of physical health.
For the most part patient records are arranged by the date of admission or date of discharge including death. Some institutions, however, maintained a Nominal Register of Patients, which can be used to access records by patient surname. Admissions of patients were recorded in date order in Registers of Patients and patients were allocated an admission number. An index of surnames was often created to provide access to the entries.
Former Greenvale Sanatorium
The Admission Warrants authorising the committal of the patients to the institution were filed by admission number and hence are also chronologically arranged by date of admission. Content: This collection includes drawings of public and private hospitals, nursing homes and aged care facilities, benevolent homes, ambulance stations. Public health drawings include plans for sewerage schemes, abattoirs and meat works.
The plans have been created by a number of different agencies, including the Hospitals and Charities Commission, and Department of Health Public Health. There are plans of the Greenvale Sanatorium.
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Heatherton Tuberculosis Sanatorium
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Lists subscribe. More articles by Sean Goedecke. The 3 Coolest Cocktail Bars in Melbourne. The Top 3 Classy Restaurants in Melbourne. View all articles by Sean Goedecke. Your business or event? Feature this article.It was officially opened on May 27, and for a time was administered from the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum. The Asylum supplied the staff, food and other requirements needed to enable the hospital to function.
Innot long after the opening of the Heatherton Hospital the government issued the following statement:. After the patients and staff had settled in and all things were going well it was realised there was a need for more patient recreation and entertainment within the confines of the hospital grounds. So a decision was made to build a concert hall. In the hospital officially opened its own concert hall, providing the patients with another form of rehabilitation therapy.
They could now produce their own plays, hold concerts and attend the showing of moving pictures. This was during the time when the government conducted X-Ray surveys on a state by state basis.
It was compulsory at that time for everyone to have a chest X-Ray.
The increase in the number of people identified as suffering from tuberculosis created a need for additional beds and to alleviate overcrowding at Heatherton two new modern hospital blocks were build on the site. One was known as "North Block", where female patients were accommodated and the other was called "South Block" where male patients were housed. At the same time the children who were admitted suffering from tuberculosis were hospitalised in Wing 2. There were many other buildings constructed about this time.
At the rear of the hospital another five houses were built for the staff. An additional five staff houses were constructed on the corners of Kingston Road and Byng Avenue.
These residences were built because of the need to have professional and skilled staff living on the site.
Something extra had to be offered to keep such people as the Senior Resident Medical Officer, and other permanent Residential Medical staff working at the hospital. In those days unless there was some type of inducement it was not easy to entice professional and experienced staff to a place such as Heatherton which was still virtually classified as a rural country area.
It now housed approximately patients, it had its own nursing staff, administration and domestic staff, an engineering and gardening department, laundry and kitchen; all ties with the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum having been severed.
Over eighty-four years the Heatherton Hospital, like the Kingston Centre, had a substantial impact on the lives of many of the residents that lived in the Heatherton area. Many worked at the hospital in one way or another, some in the capacity of professional nursing staff, or with the administration section, some worked as domestic and cleaning staff and others worked in the kitchen or laundry.
The majority of gardeners and plumbers, carpenters and electricians employed in the engineering section lived in Heatherton or in surrounding districts.