Old DeLand Memorial Hospital

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Old DeLand Memorial Hospital
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Old DeLand Memorial Hospital is located in Volusia County
Old DeLand Memorial Hospital
Location DeLand, Florida  United States
Coordinates 29°2′37″N 81°19′3″W / 29.04361°N 81.31750°W / 29.04361; -81.31750Coordinates: 29°2′37″N 81°19′3″W / 29.04361°N 81.31750°W / 29.04361; -81.31750
Built 1920, 1926
Architect J.T. Cairns, F.M. Miller (1920)
Gouveneur M. Peek (1926 addition)
Architectural style Italian Renaissance and Masonry Vernacular
Governing body Local government
NRHP Reference # 89002030[1]
Added to NRHP November 27, 1989

The Old DeLand Memorial Hospital is a historic hospital in DeLand, Florida, United States. It is located at 240 North Stone Street. On November 27, 1989; it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Currently, the building contains a local history museum known as the DeLand Memorial Hospital Museum, with exhibits including a 1920s operating room & apothecary exhibit, a gallery of military memorabilia, and tools, equipment and appliances from the early days of the area's ice and electric business. An adjacent building features the Elephant Fantasyland, which is a personal collection of elephant-themed collectibles, a toy collection, and the West Volusia Black Heritage Gallery.[2]

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