CARLETON PLACE AND BECKWITH HERITAGE MUSEUM
This photo of Mabel Hanneman’s Nursing Home was donated by her daughter Mary Cook. The home had several locations, including Bridge Street and Lake Avenue East. After moving to 191 Moffatt Street, she set up a maternity room on the main floor and began assisting with deliveries. This photo shows Mary and Mabel outside the home on Lake Avenue East.
Thank you for sharing this! I’ve read the book Mary wrote of her mother’s life. Absolutely fascinating. Mabel was a force for sure. Where exactly on lake avenue was this nursing home?
Large red brick a couple doors bfore Park Ave a nex on corner of Lake Ave and Park Ave
The Nursing home on Lake Avenue was called the Hanham nursing home when I was in school – later the Bartlett Nursing Home.
I remember the one on Charlotte St and Mr Hanneman hanging sheets on the clothes line. I remember when it was run by the Lyons family as well
CLIPPED FROMThe Ottawa CitizenOttawa, Ontario, Canada01 Nov 1962, Thu • Page 48
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