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Photograph of the reconstruction of Scott Hospital (Institute) Huntly in 1900. Aberdeenshire, Scotland

The original Hospital in this photograph of 1900 was built in 1855 by money bequeathed by Doctor Alexander Scott, who had made his fortune in India and on his return to Aberdeenshire bought the Craibstone Estate.

The hospital built to house the aged and infirm was a great asset to the town but was not large enough to cope with the amount of people who desired to be admitted. In 1900 another benefactor Alexander Morrison of Bognie left money. This money was used to enlarge the hospital and in this picture you can see the new west wing and central tower and the east wing almost at completion.

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