• Beth-El Hospital Men's Ward (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Two men sit in chairs, one man sits in a bed, and two nurses stand in this image. Each man wears a purple robe. There are three large windows and fours beds seen in this room.
      • Sanatorium Sun or Sleeping Porches (Children's Pavilion?) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        A nurse and a man stand and sit respectively on the open-air porch, slightly evelated from the ground. The building behind them is only one story tall.
      • Beth-El Hospital, Front Entrance 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Front entrance of the west wing of Beth-El (entrace faces to the south).
      • Child in bed in traction, doctor and nurse behind (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Doctor and nursing student stand behind bed, in which patient child lies in traction for left leg.
      • Nurse with Tuberculosis Patients, outside (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Nursing students stands outside on porch with three tuberculosis patients. Each patient is lying down in individual reclined chairs. Patients have inidividual jackets on, with uniformed blankets.
      • Beth-El Hospital, Nursing Staff (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Five nurses stand shoulder to shoulder outside a building, wearing the nursing uniform. This uniform features white stockings, white shoes, white dress, and a white hat.
      • Six Beth-El Nurses holding eleven babies 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Six nurses (three sitting shoulder to shoulder and three standing behind them) collectively hold eleven babies. Each nurse is holding two children save the standing center nurse.
      • Beth-El Hospital and Nurses Home, Winter (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Veiw of the entire south facing side of Beth-El General Hospital and Training School.
      • Beth-El Hospital, Nurses Home (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Isometric veiw of the the south east side of the Nurses Home. The east wing of Beth-El Hospital can be seen on the left side of the image.
      • Beth-El Hospital Offices (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Two women occupy two different desks within the same office. The room appears to be well lit, with two large windows.
      • Beth-El Hospital, Women's Ward (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        A nurse stands over a patient lying in a bed. There are three beds, two windows, and a few chairs and bed tables in this room.
      • Child in hospital bed, Doctor standing behind, Denver Children's Hospital? (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        A male doctor wearing a black suit stands behind a young boy who lies in a bed with a Balkan frame. The boy is wearing a white shirt, and has a toy lion.
      • Beth-El Student Nurse holding baby (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Nurse holds baby in while blanket. Nurse has white hat and vest, with blue blouse. This might be the same nurse and child in Lantern Slide 22, but image taken from different angle.
      • Beth-El Student Nurse holding newborn (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        A nurse holds a baby in a white blanket. The nurse's uniform is a white hat with a white vest and blue blouse. This might be the same nurse and child in Lantern Slide 24, but image taken from different angle.
      • Beth-El Hospital Children's Ward (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Two nursing students stand over two infants sleeping in their cribbs. There are large windows letting in light as well as an additional vacant crib and two vacant beds.
      • Beth-El Hospital Dining Room (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Two dining tables are seen, fully set with food and silverware. No people seen in image; large windows let in light.
      • Beth-El Hospital, Operation (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Five people stand over a bed which likely holds a patient (table and sheets are covering a direct image of the patient). Three people appear to be nurses and two appear to be doctors. Both nurses and doctors are holding ...
      • Beth El-Hospital, Nurse and Student Nurse in Corridor (cracked slide) (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Two women, a nurse and a nurse student, stand in a hallway near stools and windows.
      • Beth-El Student Nurse holding Infant (colored slide) 

        Author(s):Made by Committee on Conservation and Advance, 740 Rush St., Chicago, Ills.; Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Nursing student holds baby with white head band around head. Although this image has the same title as slide 34, the image is different.
      • Infant in Box Bed (cracked slide) 

        Author(s):Beth-El Hospital, Colorado Springs
        Date:1922-1926
        Extremely young newborn asleep in a box bed, and covered in blankets.