This is an old photo of the Administration Building. It is taken prior to 1922 because it was included in the 1921-1922 Annual Report to the state of Indiana. This is one of the few photos of the windows in the enclosed walkways to the Women’s and Men’s Wards. Today, the pine trees and flag pole are no longer south of this building. It looks like there is a man, in a black suit, standing on the steps up into the building.
This is another of Frieda Voto’s slides. Her notes says Ice formed on the tree tops, but I think it is more interesting because the road and Men’s ward are no longer part of the site. It looks like this photo was taken from the second floor of the five story brick building. It is part of the White family collection.
This is a close up of the sign placed at the new site of the State Sanatorium Bridge. It shows a picture of the bridge in it’s original site and gives a brief history of two other bridges that crossed Little Raccoon Creek, earlier in the 1900s. This is a different photograph that the one on this website, taken in 1970. The bridge was moved by Parke county, in 2008.