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  • Collection: Health Care and Hospitals

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Dr. Peter Bryce was superintendent of the Alabama Insane Hospital at Tuscaloosa (later to be named Bryce Hospital) for 31 years, beginning in 1860.

Bryce was born in 1834 in Columbia, South Carolina. At the age of 17 he entered the South Carolina…

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The building built for the Alabama Insane Hospital, later named Bryce Hospital, was designed by psychiatrist Thomas Kirkbride and architect Samuel Sloan, famed architect of the time. With three wings set in echelon formation, the hospital was an…

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The building built for the Alabama Insane Hospital, later named Bryce Hospital, was designed by psychiatrist Thomas Kirkbride and architect Samuel Sloan, famed architect of the time. With three wings set in echelon formation, the hospital was an…

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Aerial view of Veterans Administration Medical Center in Tuscaloosa.

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Dr. Alston Fitts was the son of James Harris Oliver Fitts and Mary Burgess. Dr. Fitts was a native of Tuscaloosa. He was both baptized and confirmed at Christ Episcopal Church in Tuscaloosa. Dr. Fitts received his A.B. from the University of Alabama…

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Photograph taken at the 2002 open house for the new Women's Center at Druid City Hospital Regional Medical Center.

D. O. McClusky, retired administrator for DCH
James H. Ford, Jr., local businessman
Dr. David Parlow, OBGYN, Tuscaloosa

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Bryce Hospital School of Nursing students Clenny Hartley and Ola Belle Mullenix hold babies born to patients at Bryce Hospital in 1939 in Tuscaloosa, AL.

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This picture was taken around 1976.
Bryant Culberson, left, was the assistant administrator of Druid City Hospital for many years. The Heliport at the hospital is named for him.

James H. Ford, Jr, on right, was the assistant hospital…

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The building built for the Alabama Insane Hospital, later named Bryce Hospital, was designed by psychiatrist Thomas Kirkbride and architect Samuel Sloan, famed architect of the time. With three wings set in echelon formation, the hospital was an…

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The record room at Bryce Hospital circa 1914.
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