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Little Company of Mary by the Decades: The 1960s
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Cheaper by the Dozen: Our Birth Special Offer in the 1950s and 60s
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LCMH by the Decades: 1940s
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Little Company of Mary Hospital by the Decades: The 1930s

Little Company of Mary by the Decades: The 1960s

Little Company of Mary Hospital’s rich history includes several memorable moments and events in the 1960s. National and local historical events contribute to some stand-out memories from the decade: Baby Boom Births went from 230 in the first year open to over 5,000 per year during the baby boom of the 1950s and 60s. So…

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Cheaper by the Dozen: Our Birth Special Offer in the 1950s and 60s

Little Company of Mary is truly “The Baby Hospital” of the southwest suburbs of Chicago, and we have been known as such at least since the Baby Boom. In fact, the number of births at the hospital grew from 230 during the hospital’s first year open in 1930 to an average of 5,000 births per…

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LCMH by the Decades: 1940s

At the opening of the decade, and in the midst of celebrating its 10th anniversary, Little Company of Mary was entering a period of expansion for both its Nursing School and the hospital itself. During “The War Years,” the population surrounding the hospital was experiencing a rapid growth, increasing the demand on the facility and…

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Little Company of Mary Hospital by the Decades: The 1930s

February 6, 1929 marked a day that Mother Mary Stanislaus, Mother Mary Dorthea, and Mother Mary Dunstan would never forget. It was the day their desire to continue their ministry and provide their community with a hospital became a reality. Almost two years after the land had been purchased, the three sisters were joined by…

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