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G and G Veterinary Hospital
Located at 711 West Main St. in Sedalia Missouri, faced the Missouri Pacific Railroad and was used by Dr. Mord Gouge starting in 1937. The livestock in the Pettis county area was taken to the hospital for treatment. Gouge contributed to creating a serum for Hog cholera. The building was designed by architect Lewis Paul Andrews. Andrews worked out of Sedalia. “[The building is an example of the Art Moderne Style]” Today, the building is for sale due to the current owner is retiring (2017).
Sources Rhonda Chalfant, Ph. D. National Register of Historical Places Registration form for G and G Veterinary Hospital. 2011. 2017 dnr.mo.gov
Sedalia, Missouri 65301
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