1924 Hospital Bills

I found this in an old desk drawer. It's for hospital bills when I was born.


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  • Peter Roome PRO 7y

    $46.65 would cover an Tylenol today...
  • mathteacher... PRO 7y

    Nice to see that paid stamp....that doesn't happen anymore, the insurance company gets it......
  • Twang Your Head PRO 7y

    Incredible find. What a contrast to today. Thanks for posting this.
  • vfm4 7y

    a lot of money, back then! :-)
  • Infrogmation of New Orleans 7y

    Multiply by 20 for inflation. I think it's closer to 25 now. Nope, not cheap in the day. Still a good bargin.
  • Janine, heurtoirfan PRO 7y

    It surely was cheap these days , even with the difference in the value of the $
  • glenda.suebee PRO 7y

    incredible how that has changed over the years.
  • John Stenberg 7y

    You'd cost a little more than than today! That means you aren't cheap!
  • jbillings06 PRO 7y

    Wow, this is really cool. Things have really changed over the years. The document looks well-preserved, or was there some photoshopping in order?
  • Maureen McCabe 6y

    Grant Hospital!

    Your mother was in the hospital from May 3 to the 17th! I knew people were hospitalized longer in the past but that is a long time. Thanks for sharing that. Interesting in light of all the talk of health care today.
  • WordShore PRO 6y

    As a British person, I find this startling. Very interesting; thanks for uploading to Flickr.
  • Maureen McCabe 5y

    Happy Birthday? Don O'Brien's birthday has got to be soon doesn't it? I blogged this on a Columbus blog today.
  • TM Weddle PRO 5y

    You are 20 years older than I - born May 20, 1944, in White Cross Hospital, Columbus.
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