Contributed by Bonnie Gray through Lincoln Historical Society
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Penobscot Valley Hospital in Lincoln was opened on June 4, 1973 due to two local hospitals, Lincoln Hospital and Workman Hospital, not meeting the state standards to stay open. The building cost about $2 million and is still located at the corner of High Street and Transalpine Road. Governor Kenneth Curtis signed the legislation that created the state's first hospital district for the Lincoln area.
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- Title: Penobscot Valley Hospital, Lincoln, 1973
- Creation Date: 1973
- Subject Date: 1973
- Location: Lincoln, Penobscot County, ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Object Type: Image
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