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Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Medical Center opened in 1933 as the National Home for Disabled Soldiers at Seminole Point, Florida. Initially home to fewer than 200 beds, Bay Pines (re-named on June 15, 1934) now serves 97,786 veterans each year and spreads their care geographically through eight different outpatient centers and community-based outpatient centers. Having celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2008, Bay Pines has a rich history representative of the growth throughout America since the Great Depression.

 

This constantly-growing collection contains photographs, newspaper articles, letters, and various other documents tracing this history from the first consideration of a Home in 1902 to the completion of Building 107 in 2011.

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