Along Morris Memorial Rd between James River Tpk and U.S. Rt. 60, Milton, WV
National Register of Historic Places
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Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children is eligible for listing in the National Register at the local level under Criterion A: Health/Medicine for its significance as self-sufficient children's hospital, used primarily for the treatment of polio. It is also eligible at the local level under Criterion A: Social History for its association with the Works Progress Administration, the Depression-era public works agency that funded and constructed the building. The period of significance begins in 1936, when the building was constructed, and ends in 1960 when the hospital closed.