Diagonally across the street from the Providence, on the opposite corner, was the four-story Hotel de Paris, with a bed capacity of 200, and back of, and adjoining it, was a somewhat smaller three-story building, the Providence Annex, accommodating about 125 beds.
[Hitz, p. 49]
Two hotel buildings constituted the surgical section. The larger hotel, Hospital A, familiarly known as the Cosmopolitain, with a capacity of approximately 900 beds, received the grande blesse or seriously wounded patients. The smaller hotel, the Paris, known officially as Hospital B, with a capacity of 275 beds, received the petite blesse or those whose wounds were regarded as of minor significance.
[Hitz, pp. 103-104]
In addition to the five hospital buildings assigned to 32 the following buildings were leased for other purposes: Hotel Moderne Annex for headquarters officers, Cosmopolitain- Palace Garage for garage, Hotel de Paris Annex for officers' quarters, the Jean Cretaux Garage for a warehouse, and a glass-enclosed sun porch built against one side of the Hotel Moderne, together with an old theater on the hill back of it, for enlisted men's quarters.
[Hitz, p. 46]