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Wall traces 80-plus-year history of Bellevue

Ellis Hospital President James Connolly shows off a new history wall unveiled at Bellevue Woman’s Center on Thursday, January 23, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Ellis Hospital President James Connolly shows off a new history wall unveiled at Bellevue Woman’s Center on Thursday, January 23, 2014.
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The Bellevue Woman’s Center may no longer stand in its original glory, but all has not been lost of the beloved Georgian-style manor that once sat on a hill off Route 7. An entire wall inside the newly renovated medical facility now depicts Bellevue’s history, from its start in a rectory in Schenectady’s Bellevue neighborhood to its present-day status as an esteemed center for women’s health care. Two familiar pieces of architecture from the old ...


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