STUYVESANT POLYCLINIC NEW YORK

At the time of its founding, this clinic, established to offer free outpatient care for the poor, was called the Deutsches Dispensary. The name was changed after it was sold in 1906 to the German Polyklinik, but during World War I, anti-German sentiment forced it to change again, and although it was changed back after the war, it was renamed Stuyvesant Polyclinic, once and for all, during World War II.

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. Hotel, Arnold Rothstein would die in the Stuyvesant Polyclinic

At right, one of many huge owls guarding a (NYU-owned, maybe

. Stuyvesant Polyclinic building on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place

NYPL, Ottendorfer Branch and Stuyvesant Polyclinic Building - Second

An angel in the South Bronx, offering comfort above a tenement doorway

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