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When it opened on March 4, 1935, the main hospital and buildings covered the 350 acres it presently occupies.  The remainder of the 3,333-acre tract was devoted to general farming, dairying, pastures, orchards and truck farms [i.e., vegetable fields] during the early and mid-1900s.  Seventy of the more than 100 buildings on campus were constructed between 1926 and 1935.  They were built along a cottage type plan in a colonial design with red brick and white columns and trim.  Some were built with a cupola on top.  The last original cupola still sits atop the administration building and has become the logo for the hospital.
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