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Mississippi Architect, December 1963

Mississippi Architect, December 1963

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Mississippi Architect: December 1963. The American Institute of Architects Mississippi Chapter, monthly journal published March 1963 through March 1965.
Mississippi Architect: December 1963. The American Institute of Architects Mississippi Chapter, monthly journal published March 1963 through March 1965.

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MloSI SIPPI
 
GENERAL
HOSPITAL
N
ESHOBA County
,Mississ
ippi
re
quired
an
e
ighty-b
ed
ho
s
pital
to
replac
e
an
old
andinad
e
quat
e
buildingwhich
had
h
ee
n
in
use
for
thirt
y-five
yeaTS
.Aten-a
cre
s
it
e
wa
s el
ec
ted
onth
e
edgeof
Philad
e
lphia
,
which
is
th
e
county
seat
and
th
e
ce
nt
er
of
th
e
countymedical
activity.
Th
e s
it
eis
high,
we
ll-drained
with
a
creekrun
nin
g
along
on
e s
id
e,
and
well-s
ituated
in
re
lation
to
th
e
town
and
to
hi
g
hwa
ys
leading
in
fromvarious
paTts
of
th
e c
ounty
.
Opencountry
sur
round
s
th
e s
it
e,
giving
a
pl
e
asant
view
of
low
hill
s,
open
fi
e
ld
s
and
wood
ed
ar
eas.
The
specific re
quir
e
ment
s
for
the building
wer
e
to
includ
e eme
rgency
, s
ur
gical
and
oh
s
tetricalfacilities;
ste
rilizing
,
laboratory and
X
-r
ay
fa-
NESHOBACOUNTYGENERAL
HOSPITAL
Philadelphia
CHARLES
G.
MITCHELL, A.I
.A.
Architect
JacksonPERRY
CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
General ContractorPhiladelphia
E
ci
liti
es;
kitchen
, staff
dining
, s
torag
e
and
laundr
y
fa
c
iliti
es;
administrative and
waitingroom
aTeas,
and
a
divi
s
ion
of
hedroom
s
allocating
sixtyper ce
nt
of
the total
hed
coun
t
to
se
mi-private room
s.
It
wa
sre
quired
to
hav
e
th
e
laborator
y
and
X
-ra
y
departm
e
nt
s
in
c
onv
e
ni
e
nt
re
lation
to
th
e
admini
s
trati
ve
offices
and
waiting room
s
for
use
hy
out
-
patient
s.
It
wa
sdes
ir
ed
toconcentrate
as
many
of
th
e
various
de
partm
e
nt
s
in an
efficient
arrangem
e
nt
on
on
efloor
as was
pra
c
ti
cal.
Thi
s
wa
s
for
th
e
purpo
se
of
utilizin
g
ho
s
pital
s
taff
me
mh
ers
in
mor
e
than
on
ede
partm
e
nt
if
necess
ary.
It
wa
s
furth
er re
quired
to
mak
e
po
ss
ibl
e
the
addition
of
mor
ebe
droom
s
in
th
e
futur
e
without di
s
rupting
th
e se
rvi
ces
of
th
e
ho
s
pital.
Thi
s
wa
s
don
e
by
desig
nin
g
th
e
foundations
,s
tructm'
e,
elevators,
m
ec
hanical
and
el
ec
trical
se
rvi
ces
for
the
addition of
a
fifth
floor
id
e
ntical
to
the
third
and
fourth
floors.
Th
e
entir
e s
tructm'e
is
reinfor
ce
d
concrete
with
a
gray
-buff
brick
composing
th
e
major
portionof exterior
wall
s.
At
th
e
endsof
the
multi-
s
tory
el
e
ment and
onthe
central
s
tair
e
nclo
s
ur
ea
blu
e
ceramic
g
lazed
brick
isus
ed.
Clay
s
olar
scr
ee
n
block
is
us
ed
alon
g
th
e
window
s
facin
g
east
and
in
each
stairwe
ll.

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