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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: May 6 1908

Newspaper article Tribune 5/6/1908

The location of the Indiana State Sanatorium has been chosen as the Rockville site on the Little Racoon! The very end of the article has been cut off, but perhaps we will locate the final closing comments. Newspaper: TribunePublished: May 6 1908 BIG STATE INSTITUTION To be Located Near Rockville-Interurban Railroad Next. ” The Indiana […]

History of the Sanatorium: July 1907

Tribune July 31, 1907

This appears to be a partial section of a greater article. Newspaper: Rockville TribunePublished: July 31, 1907 ” The editor of the Tribune was in Martinsville and Spencer, last week, with the tuberculosis hospital commission, inspecting sites proposed by people of these communities. Martinsville has only one site, and for some reason, it is reported […]