The Hastings Gazette, January 24, 1914
Our city council has nearly completed the Latto Hospital, a handsome, well equipped building which promises to be, for years to come, a safe and comfortable home for the sick of our city and this vicinity. May we not ask the city fathers to go a step farther and see to it that the patients at the Latto Hospital are to be provided with pure ice?
The Hastings Gazette, February 14, 1914.
Patients were received at the institution on Thursday also those form the Adsit Sanitarium. Miss Helen Stevens, of Minneapolis, is superintendent, Miss Martha J. Fickling, Owatonna, day nurse and Miss Theresa Miller of Hastings night nurse. The hospital has been fitted in modern style and will be conducted in a satisfactory manner.
The Hastings Gazette, January 8, 1932
At the regular meeting of the city council Monday evening two resolutions were adopted offering the Latto Hospital property and hospital equipment for sale as the city, since the closing of the hospital, has at considerable cost and expense employed a night watchman to protect the property which is of no use of benefit to the city and its taxpayers.
The Hastings Gazette, January 22, 1932
Dr. H. A. Fasbender was declared the successful bidder at the sale of personal property used in the Latto Hospital and in the nurses’ home at the meeting of the city council last Monday night. The consideration was $525.
The Hastings Gazette, January 10, 1941
The Latto Hospital was reopened the first part of the year after it had been closed for the past three months. Previously the hospital was operated as a general hospital by Mrs. Frank Schmitz, who now in reopening, plans to operate it principally as a Rest Home. Before closing three months ago Mrs. Schmitz operated the hospital continuously for seven years.
Hastings Star Gazette, May 5, 1988
Work on restoring the former Latto Hospital to the grandeur of a 19th century home has begun in earnest after the Hastings Heritage Preservation Commission give its blessings to plans by owners Deck and Pam Thorsen to turn the mansion into their second bed and breakfast.