Bromley, 1924 (BPL) Forest Hills street runs vertically through the map, and Glen road is along the top.
Bromley, 1924 (BPL) Forest Hills Hospital at Morton street, including the (then) new brick building directly behind the West Roxbury Courthouse.
The Washingtonian condo complex - Morton street.
Here's a follow-up on the Forest Hills/Emerson Hospital entry I posted here. Newspaper articles in that entry refer to the hospital at Morton street by the Emerson name, but the picture that goes with the entry seems to go along with another Emerson hospital. The top map segment above shows an Emerson Hospital on Forest Hills street in 1924. Dr Emerson, who ran the hospital, also owned three adjacent houses on Glen road. This 1885 map shows the same building owned by Anna W. Weld. There were Welds all over the Forest Hills street area in these years, and a few up South street between Forest Hills and St Thomas church as well.
Scanning down this page, you'll read an entry on Dr Nathaniel Emerson and his hospital.
This leaves us with Forest Hills Hospital, which lived on after the Emerson name moved to Forest Hills street. The second map above shows the hospital complex of three buildings, including the brick structure directly behind the West Roxbury Courthouse. When I toggled between the 1924 map and a current satellite photo of the area (see the Boston Atlas), I realized that the Forest Hills Hospital is still there! Or rather, the building is still there, having evolved through those ineluctable Jamaica Plain forces into a condo complex.
I'm still confused about the Emerson Hospital picture that heads the previous entry on this topic. Is it one of the wood frame buildings on Morton street, or is it the Anna Weld house on Forest Hills street?
A tip o' the hat to Bruce Cook and his parents for straightening me out about the second Emerson Hospital.