Monthly Archives: April 2021

History of the Sanatorium: May 3 1922

Tribune may 3 1922

Newspaper: TribunePublished: May 3 1922 Unknown – part of a larger document ” While excavating at the site for the new superintendent’s building a short distance south of the west ward of the State sanatorium, last Wednesday, three places where furnaces had once been in operation were disclosed. The bottom tiers of the brick were […]

History of the Sanatorium: Oct 1909

Oct 1909

Newspaper: UnknownPublished: Oct 1909 Unknown ” not have sold to a private individual, and, Theodore Jessup, although he had just built a nice home agreed to part with it. James H. Hyer promptly optioned his land for the hospital, and when It was found what Governor Hanly demanded 100 acres of rich bottom land, John […]

History of the Sanatorium: Aug 19 1908

Tribune Aug 19 1908

Newspaper: TribunePublished: Aug 19 1908 Pleased With Hospital Site – Indianapolis News ” Dr. J. N. Hurty, secretary of the State Board of Health, has returned from Parke county, where he visited the site for the new tuberculosis hospital He is enthusiastic over what he saw.  “I regard the site an almost ideal” he said. […]

History of the Sanatorium: 2 Feb 1950

Republican 2 Feb 1950

Newspaper: RepublicanPublished: 2 Feb 1950 Chapel At State Sanatorium Dedicated Last Sunday ” An interesting and impressive service took place in the chapel of the state sanatorium Sunday afternoon at 5:30 o’clock in which gifts to the chapel from various individuals and organizations were formally presented and accepted The chapel has recently been re- decorated […]