022 - University Hospital Unit 3

Ambulance Entrance North Frieze 1961
Images of University Hospital Unit II's frieze above the ambulance entrance north in 1961.
Clinic Waiting Area
University Hospital Unit III clinic waiting area in December 1969.
Hospital Unit II Phase I
April 1961 view of hospital Unit III's exterior during phase I from the north ambulance entrance. Photograph taken on the roof of Clarkson Hospital.
Miscellaneous Views of Unit III Construction
Miscellaneous views of the construction of University Hospital Unit III taken in May of 1960.
Miscellaneous Views of Unit III Construction
Miscellaneous views of the construction of University Hospital Unit III taken in August of 1960.
Moving In to Unit III
Miscellaneous views of the move into University Hospital Unit III.
Proposed Site for Unit III
"Unit III Phase I and IA site (parking lot). Bishop Clarkson Hospital and existing west side of University Hospital shown."
Unit III North Entrance May 1963
The north ambulance entrance to University of Nebraska Hospital Unit III in May of 1963.
Unit III Outpatient Entrance 1969
A view of Unit III's north outpatient entrance on April 3, 1969. "Floors have been added to 1961 level 2 area."
Unit III West Entrance 1961
"University of Nebraska College of Medicine west entrance to Unit III," from the west, on September 1, 1961.
Unit III West Entrance 1962
View of the west entrance of Unit III from the southwest, covered in snow.
Unit III West Entrance 1963
West view of University Hospital Unit III's west entrance.
Unit III West Entrance Doors 1963
The west entrance to University Hospital Unit III in June of 1963 - "remained same from 1961-1966."
Unit III West/44th Street Entrance
The west/44th street entrance of University Hospital Unit III as viewed from the west in June of 1963.
Unit III West/44th Street Entrance 1965
View of University Hospital Unit III's west/44th street entrance in June of 1965.
West Entrance of Unit III
Views of the west/44th Street entrance to University Hospital Unit III between 1961 and 1966.

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