You may be familiar with what the RCH building looks like today, but do you know how the hospital has looked throughout its 150 year history?
This is the Sherbrooke Convalescent Home, used for the care and rehabilitation of children with chronic and disabling illnesses until 1959.
The RCH Archives and Collections team have created an online exhibition called ‘Our Places, Our Spaces’ in celebration of the 150th anniversary. The exhibition showcases the many buildings and locations that the RCH has inhabited throughout its history – all of which have contributed to the magnificent hospital building we have today.
Learn more about places that the RCH has called home over the years, visit: https://archives.rch.org.au/exhibitions/