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Updated: Jan 6, 2021

February marks Black History Month and this month, and every day, Monroe Community Hospital celebrates the work of Rochester’s first African-American architect, Thomas Boyde Jr. Mr. Boyde served as the draftsman during the design and construction of Monroe Community Hospital from 1931-1933. Heavily influenced by the architecture of the Lombardy and Milan region of Italy, Mr. Boyde is responsible for the one-of-a-kind architectural features of MCH in our community! Some of his original plans of the exterior of the building are on display throughout Monroe Community Hospital, in addition to a collection of Boyde's designs and tools that are on display at the Rochester Museum and Science Center.

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