Today, the clock tower is clearly visible from Interstate 290. Because of its high visibility, the clock tower demon- strated that the hospital was an integral part of Worcester, although the rest of the hos- pital was self-contained and less manifest in the style of the times.10 Staff and patients were spread out widely not only in the buildings but also on the farm, in the dairy, and in the laundry, kitchen, and steam house, so the bell tolled every half hour to notify them of the time and signal meals.
MARKING THE PASSAGE OF TIME Patricia H Bazemore; Stephen M Soreff; Douglas J Edwards Behavioral Healthcare; Jul/Aug 2009; 29, 7; Docstoc pg.
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