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The Curtis Private Surgical Sanitarium 1927 17th Street, Northwest Washington, D. C. [[image - black & white photograph of the Curtis Private Surgical Sanitarium]] After many years of intensive study and observation of hospitalization in this country and Europe, Dr. A. M. Curtis and Dr. Arthus L. Curtis offer this Sanitarium as a model unit for the care of the surgical sick. [[image - drawing of a decorative scroll]] This institution is for Surgical cases only, and a limited number of Obstetrical cases. Patients received from any of the states. [[line]] "Your Home with Curtis Care" [[end page]] [[start page]] [[mottled pattern paper]]
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