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Sixty-three kindergarten, with three
chosen from outside the state; 509
elementary, with nine chosen from
outside the state: 561 secondary and
special, with thirty-five chosen from
outside the state.

It must be remembered that prac-
tically no men, resident of San Fran-
cisco, ever apply for positions in our
school system, other than for shop
work ; they are not to be had.

Heads of departments, supervisors,
directors, vice-principals, principals,
deputy superintendents, etc., are in-
variably cho-sen from within the de-
partment as a matter of promotion to
the most worthy. Every encourage-
ment is given to members in the de-
partment to qualify for positions of
greater responsibility.

Winfield Scott School

Another addition to San Francisco's
educational system, the new Winfield
Scott School, was dedicated on Sun-
day, April 6, at 2 p. m., with appro-
priate ceermonies which were presided
over by Mrs. Ernest J. Mott, vice-
president of the Board of Education.

The school, a two-story reinforced
concrete structure with stucco ex-
terior and terra cotta trim, is located
on Divisadero Street, between North
Point and Beach streets. It now
houses 520 pupils and the classes
range from kindergarten to the sixth
grade. The building and grounds rep-
resent an investment of $275,330.95.
The building replaces a frame struc-
ture erected in 1910 at a cost of $42.-
206.43.

The principal guest speaker for the
occasion was Super\'isor Sylvester An-
driano, who is an old resident of the
section served by the school. Other
speakers were John Hannan. president
of the Marina District Improvement
Club; George O. Mattson. president
of the Marina Home Owners' Protec-
tive Association; Mrs. A. Lusinchi,
president of the Winfield Scott Par-
ent-Teachers' .Association, and Dr.
J. M. Gwinn. Superintendent of
Schools.



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



April-May



Brief History of San Francisco Hospital



SITUATED on gently sloping
ground in the region of the city
known as the warm belt of the
Mission stands the San Francisco
Hospital. The buildings are designed
on the ensemble plan, the Italian Ren-
aissance style of architecture prevail-
ing, with the main walls in rich col-
ored brick with terra cotta trimmings.

Original Built in '72

In reviewing the events which cul-
minated in the building of the present
hospital, we find that the original San
Francisco Hospital was built in 1872.
being a three-story wooden structure
occupying the site of the present hos-
pital. As the needs arose, increased
additions were made, until an area of
over one square city block was cov-
ered. After the great fire of 1906,
the hospital which had been used for
the care of the suflterers of the bubonic
plague was condemned as unsanitary
and later was burned. The function-
ing unit of the hospital was then ac-
commodated in the newly constructed
Relief Home. The necessity for a
new hospital was now urgent, so by
means of a two-million-dollar bond
issue, voted for in June, 1906, and
with the aid of subsequent donations,
making a total of three and one-half
million dollars, the present location of
the hospital was purchased, and con-
struction of the new edifice was com-
menced the same year.

1915 Witnessed Completion
The year 1915 witnessed the com-
pletion of the hospital as it stands
today. It covers an area of two square
city blocks. The main hospital is con-
structed in such a manner that each of
the four wings of the building have a
direct connection with each other, and
with a main administration office by
means of a spacious corridor. Each
ward can accommodate thirty-two pa-
tients and is individually equipped
with a treatment room. Hnen room,
diet kitchen with dining room attached,
and a large solarium. This main hos-
pital has a capacity for six hundred
patients.

Located at the north end of the hos-
pital is the receiving building, which
serves the manifold purpose of receiv-
ing patients entering the hospital ; for
use as an emergency hospital ; for
treatment of minor cases. Pre-natal



and Post-natal work is also carried on
in this department.

On the second floor of the admis-
sion building the surgery is located.
It is accessible to the surgical wards,
and also all cases from the five out-
lying emergency hospitals are easily
conveyed here.

At the south end of the hospital is
the Nurses' Home. This home is a
three-story brick structure with every
modern convenience to make home life
of the student nurses comfortable.
The grounds surrounding are attrac-
tive with lawns and gardens.

In considering the complementary
buildings of the hospital the tubercu-
losis department is the largest. It has
a capacity of three hundred and fifty
patients. Outdoor sleeping porches
form a part of each ward. During the



past year a children's tuberculosis de-
partment has been added, where the
children have plenty of fresh air and
sunlight, arranged for by means of
large sun porches. The grounds about
this building are beautiful with its gar-
dens and lawns. A special department
of instructional therapy is carried on
whereby the patients who are able are
kept occupied with pleasing, interest-
ing work.

In the Isolation Department com-
municable diseases of every nature are
treated. This unit functions individ-
ually so as to allow no cross infection
to the other part of the hospital. Stu-
dents training here have unusual op-
portunities for clinical study, and
through the ambulance service to study
home conditions, as well as the hos-
pital aspect. g



City Mourns Wm. T.
Montgomery

Death of Chief Housing Inspector Shocks Friends



his legion of friends. He died at 6 :20
p. m. on April 15 of cerebral hemor-
rhage, resulting from high blood pres-
sure. He seemed in the best of health
the day before his death.

Mr. Montgomery is survived by his
widow, Louise Packard Montgomery;
his sister, Mrs. Margaret Torpen, and
his brother, Charles G. Montgomery;^
He was 44 years of age, a native of J
San Francisco, and for the last seven?!
years had Ijeen prominent in the workj)
of the Public Health Department.

Prior to that Mr. Montgomery wai
in business with his father, the lat
Charles Montgomery, a well-know
pioneer hotel man of this city, an(
founder of the California Prison Com*
mission. Mr. Montgomery, as wel
as his father before him, devote
much of his time to active Christiai
work among various organization!
throughout the city. He was a mai
of sterling character.

The staff of the Municipal Reco:
mourn with all of the people who kne'
and loved him the passing of M:
Montgomery, loyal citizen and tri
son of his beloved city.




THE sudden death of William T.
Montgomery, Chief Housing In-
spector for the Board of Health, came
as a terrible shock to his relatives and



April-May



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C. AND O. RESTAURANT

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SAN FRANCISCO



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THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



April-May



IRWIN R. GROSS

Attorney-at-Law

ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS
OFFICES TO

SUITE 2218 RUSS BLDG.



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GENERAL EXTERMINATORS





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WILSON / The Coffee Man
DELIVERS

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MOCHA BAKERY

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JOHN F. ALEX, Proprietor
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Telephone VAlencia 7615 i



ATwater 1460

Schulz Bros. Bakery

2990 Mission Street



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PLANTERS PEANUTS

D. A. DRISCOLL

Planters Nut dC Chocolate Co.

Davis, Pacific and Clark Streets

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



KITCHNER and GRAKOO

Dining Service

Operating Dining Rooms
GOLDEN GATE FERRY CO.
VALLEJO-RODEO FERRY CO.
BENICIA-MARTINEZ FERRY CO.

Lunches Put Up for Tourists



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April-May



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



"5



Departmental Operations of the
San Francisco Hospital



OUT-PATIENT OBSTETRICS



OUR out-patient obstetrical course
as conducted at present is such a
very young infant that we have little
to tell in the way of history. But it is
a vigorous infant, growing rapidly and
holding promise of a rich future.

The course is offered to advanced
and affiliated students who have com-
pleted their basic nursing course. It
covers a period of two months. The
first two weeks are spent with the
Field Nursing Staf? making the pre-



natal visits to the homes of expectant
mothers, to determine whether social
conditions are such that a home deliv-
ery can be recommended, should the
mother wish to have her baby at home.
If the home conditions are such that
the delivery can, with safety to mother
and baby, take place at home, and the
patient's physical examination reveals
nothing abnormal, preparations are
made for a home delivery. The expec-
tant mother receives careful instruc-
tion and is helped to gather together
the equipment necessary for herself



and her baby. Naturally this equip-
ment is of the simplest kind, often re-
quiring much ingenuity to adapt the
things found in the home to the needs
of confinement.

The question of the mother's per-
sonal hygiene is discussed with her and
she receives advice as to her mode of
living. One important duty during the
pre-natal visit is the establishing of
friendly relations between the patient
and the Nursing StaflF.

During the two weeks spent with
the Field Nursing Staflf visits are made



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Asphalt-Gravel ROOF Repairing
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Frank E. Lawson, Prop.

3318 17th Street, nr. Mission San Francisco

Day or Night: UNderhill 8245

Responsible Roofers over 23 years




ROBERT W. JAMISON

Railroad Supplies

Phone PArk 1267

1222 Mission Street, San Francisco
California



JOHN CASENTINI

LIVESTOCK



206 Mendell Street
Mission 5462



4840 Mission Street



Phone DElaware 0161



Valente, Marini, Perata 8C Co.

MORTICIANS

649 Green Street San Francisco, California

Phone DOuglas 0627



BOB DALBESIO

DEALER IN LIVESTOCK
1151 Evans Avenue



ALFREDO ROSSI & COMPANY



The Best Italian Oils



Production and Export of
OLIVE OILS from the
LIGURIAN RIVIERA

Telephone GArfield 5130



Main Office: GENOA, ITALY

Branch Office:

627B VALLEJO STREET

San Francisco, Calif.



ATTILIO DEL GRANDE

Dealer in Livestock



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ATwater 5169



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April-May



Phone DOuglas 8884



A. Beccrra, Prop.



PROGRESO

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The Exclusive Place Where You Can Enjoy
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736 Broadway St-



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Phone WEst 4109
Open Sundays and Evenings until 11 p.m.

CHARLES FREIS

. Delicatessen and Smoked Meats

featuring

Roast Stuffed Chicken and Duck

1415 FILLMORE ST.
Between EUis and O'Farrell



Stempel's Quality
Doughnut Shoppe, Inc.

Phone MArket 1138

320 FELL STREET
San Francisco, California



Phone WEst 0419



Free Delivery



MAIN MARKET

Wholesale & Retail

FRUIT AND PRODUCE

1300 Fillmore St.



A. Kobn, Prop,



San Francisco
Anton Kerting, Jr., Mgr.



Phone GArfield 9047

Minerva Grill

PETER GRAMMATIKOS, Prop.
OLD ROMAN COOKING

723 Folsom Street San Francisco

GArfield 2682



Wetmore Brothers, Inc.

Established 1885



FRUIT and PRODUCE



430-432 Front Street



San Francisco



to the various City Health Centers,
with the privilege of helping at the
Well Baby Clinics. One morning a
week is given to the Pre-natal Clinic,
where an average of si.xty patients are
cared for.

The two weeks following the field
work are spent assisting the graduate
nurses in charge of the home deliv-
eries. This part of the course is full
of surprises for one who has not seen
the home delivery of a clinic patient.
The delivery bag contains what appears
to be an inexhaustible supply of evei-y-
thing that can possibly be needed at
the time, and the deliveries are con-
ducted in a most interesting way. Miss
Elsie Chandler and Miss Mary Pee-
bles, who are carrying on this branch,
deserve much praise for their splendid
work.

After the home delivery work comes
a month of visiting nursing — caring
for the mothers and babies for eight
days post-natal. At the time of this
writing two of our students have had
the benefit of this work. They feel,
and justly so, that this part is really
their work, and they have helped work
out a bag technic and home care that
is efficient and most satisfactory. By
their efiforts they have made a splendid
contribution to the service.

Perhaps one of the greatest satisfac-
tions of the work is the human inter-
est side. Young though our service is,
we could tell many interesting stories
about "our families."

There is little 13-year-old blue-eyed
Mary, a junior in high school, who is
staying home to keep house for a fam-
ily of six while her mother is in bed.
We never made a visit that little Mary
did not have a freshly laundered baby
outfit airing for us in the tiny ray of
sunshine that sifts into their basement
apartment. Mary thinks she would
like to be a nurse when she finishes
high school.

Then Tony, not quite 5, who always
met us at the corner and thrust out a
not overly clean fist to catch a hand
and lead us with quite an air of pos-
session past his companions to his
home. The new baby is the thirteenth
member of Tony's family. Most of
the children gather about the table
while the baby's bath is going on, their
big dark brown eyes watching with in-
terest the progress of the bath. We
strongly suspect that if a strange nurse
were to go there and institute another
method of bathing the baby she would
receive some corrections from the
group.

As all of our home deliveries are
multiparae, we often have an opportu-
nity to give some help in health edu-
cation to the children, as we care for
our mother and baby.

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Telephone ORdway 9812

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



SUCCESS BRAND
Finest Canned Food Products

JACOBSON-REIMERS
COMPANY

Wholesale Grocers



GArfield 5136



124 Spear Street




I



Brand
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"Made in San Francisco"



Phone SUtter 5178

"The House of Service"

Matteucci Bros.
Bianchini Co.

Importers *■ Wholesale Grocers

242 Jackson Street San Francisco, Calif.



PURE FOOD
DELICATESSEN

We carry a full line of Imported and
Domestic Delicacies. Special Attention
given to Parties, Banquets and Weddings

2493 Mission Street
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Phone KEarny 6400

Galli Fruit Company

Whoitsele Dealers in

Fruits, Vegetables and Produce

S. V. BAUMSTEIGER



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April-May



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Telephone WEST 0981 - 0982

G. ROMANDER

DAIRY PRODUCE

FOXHALL CREAMERY

2312 FILLMORE ST. SAN FRANCISCO

Phone WEST 5827

The Little Cake Shop

Genuine Home Made Cakes & Pies

SPECIAL ORDERS
GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION

2437 Fillmore St., near Jackson, San Francisco
Telephone GAtfield 2877

Washington Square Market
A, F. POLI & A. RAMACCIOTTI

Proprietors

CHOICE MEATS
A. Raggio, Prop.

655 Union Street, bet. Columbus and Powell
SAN FRANCISCO

Phone GArfield 3793

New Pisa Restaurant
ITALIAN DINNERS



623 Vallejo Street, cor. Columbus Avenue
SAN FRANCISCO



KEARNY 1477



Haas Wood and Ivory Works

64 Clementina Street
SAN FRANCISCO



American Box & Drum Co.

All Kinds of
Boxes, Crates, Drums and Shocks

610 FRONT STREET

DAVENPORT 7262



BUZZELL ELECTRIC
WORKS

MOTOR SPECIALISTS

Engineers — Contractors — Dealers

130-32 Eighth Street Phone HEmlock 0165



We feel that we may do some good
in that way now, and we dare to hope
that —

"Away down the river,

A thousand miles or more,
Other little children

Shall bring our boats ashore."
Anne O'Loughlin.



UROLOGY



UROLOGY as a specialty is rela-
tively a new branch of surgery
and few institutions can boast of so
well organized and thoroughly equipi>ed
departments as we have in the San
Francisco Hospital.

Ward "D" is given over to the care
of male urological patients and is di-
• vided between the Stanford and the
California services. The ward is
equipped to carry out the pre- and
post-operative care of patients, which
accounts for the "fearful and wonder-
ful" apparatus one finds beside many
of the beds. There is no regular ward
for female urological patients and the
majority of them are cared for on "J"
ward.

Cystoscopic examinations can be car-
ried out both on "D" and "O" wards.
Here the general routine work is done.
Special work requiring the use of such
apparatus as the Roentgen ray, surg-
ical diathermy, etc., is done in "Surg-
ery," where a well equipped cysto-
scopic room is situated.

Nurses who have had experience in
the care of urological patients are al-
ways in demand and this training
school is especially fortunate in offer-
ing to the students an opportunity for
training in this field. Care of this type
of patient requires a knowledge of spe-
cial appliances seldom used in other
departments of surgery. On "D"
ward one can always find this appara-
tus in actual use. Time spent on these
services familiarizes the student with
the routine required in the general and
special examinations.

"D" ward is presided over by Mrs.
Susan Dudley. The pupil nurse, as
well as the house and surgical staff,
is especially fortunate in having so
loyal and efficient a supervisor.



ISOLATION



The Isolation Hospital is one of the
activities of the Department of Public
Health. Its purpose is the care of the
sick and the protection of public health
through the control of communicable
disease. Much has been done in the
way of lessening the increase of com-
municable diseases and mitigating the
suffering they cause. This branch of
nursing calls for special technical skill.

The students of the San Francisco
Hospital School of Nursing are privi-

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Telephone DOuglai 4177

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April-May



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leged in receiving bedside instruction
in the care of communicable diseases.
Comparatively few hospitals are able
to include this branch of nursing in
their standard curriculum, and require
students who desire to prepare for this
type of service to fit themselves by
taking post-graduate work.

The advantages to the nurse are in-
valuable. It quickens her judgment,
alertness and attention to detail. It
tests her honor, integrity and accuracy.
It makes her a better community
nurse, because she can interpret her
work of prevention more effectually.



DIETITIANS AND COOKS



The dietitians supervise the student
nurses in their practice in cooking,
salad making, formulas and planning
the diet menus for all diseases. They
give classroom instruction in cookery,
nutrition and diet in disease.

The dieticians also have charge of
the planning of the menus for the pa-
tients and the employees, as well as
the supervision of the dining rooms.

All meals, with exception of Isola-
tion Hospital, are prepared by the
cooks in the main kitchen. This is a
large task, for sometimes there are
over 1000 patients — our daily average
being 901.



HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF
NURSING



The San Francisco Hospital School
of Nursing was organized August 1.
1891, at the old City and County
Hospital, under the leadership of
Miss Ida M. Forsyth and Elsie K.
Mohl, graduates of Blockley Training
School, Philadelphia General Hospi-
tal. These two heroic women and
their students received the opposition
anyone beginning a new project usually
receives, but they bravely defeated
this and soon took charge of the nurs-
ing in all the wards.

In the following years there were
many changes in superintendents, each
one upbuilding the school toward suc-
cess. There were also many changes
in the building which the school occu-
pied, beginning in the old hospital, re-
moved temporarily to the infirmary of
the Relief Home, which was destroyed
by fire; then to the abandoned stables
of the Ingleside race track, back again
to the infirmary at the Relief Home,
and finally in 1915 to its new home in
its present location.

The school is an integral part of
the hospital, which makes possible ex-
ceptional advantages for the education
of nurses. Special advantages are
available for nurses interested in ad-



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