Plan of the reconstruction of the Civilian hospital for the Sick and Disabled Calvariënberg 1821. | RHCL, Archive B.I.W.M., inv. Nr 4034 125 institution for the mentally ill. From that time, all intramural care in Maastricht that was administered by the College was housed in the Abtstraat and the Calvariestraat. The administrative offi ces, which were housed in what remained of the Sint Servaas hospice in the Platielstraat after its almost complete demolition in 1823, were also housed in the building, when the old wing of the monastery in the Abtstraat had been replaced by a new offi ce building. Until 1891, the Public Institution for the Sick and Disabled was to remain in this condition until 1891. The Burgerlijk Armbestuur, the legal successor of the College of Governors of the Poor, had concluded many years earlier, in its annual report of 1874, that the buildings were sadly outdated.
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