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Where did all the children go who lived at Gaebler's Childrens Hospital?

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Answered 2008-08-13 03:39:51

I believe they went into group homes or lived with relatives at the time. I am not sure myself, but during 'deinstitutionalization' that's where most people went. -Jewel (

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