Unit 1 was built in 1938 at a cost of 1.2 million dollars. The building is sevem stories tall and constructed primarily out of brick, concrete, terrqzine, rubberized tile, and slate. The walls of Unit 1 are 18 thick, and it was the first building on campus to be constructed with concrete floors. The general contractor was John McShain Inc. Unit 1 featured operating suites, medical & administration offices, kitchen, dinning room, research labs, morgue, autopsy room, two movie theaters, an auditorium, recreation facility, and head sets for each bed that played two radio stations.

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