A Growing Practice - 1890s
By the late 1890s, Dr. Annie enjoyed an ever-expanding medical practice. She had privileges at both St. Peter’s and Presbyterian Hospitals. Dr. Annie’s house calls took her to various locations in the county and she treated patients from all walks of life and of any race.
In addition she was on the Board of the Associated Charities, The Co-operative Nurses Association, and the Florence Crittenton Home for unwed mothers, She also served as one of the Managers to the YWCA and was the attending physician at both institutions. Dr. Annie also served as the physician for physical education at Presbyterian College, a local woman’s school that later became Queens College.
The postcard above shows Presbyterian Hospital at its original location, 311 W. Trade St. The photograph below shows St. Peter's Episcopal Hospital at 225 N. Poplar St.