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Title: Tuberculosis hospital and sanatorium construction;
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Carrington, Thomas Spees National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis (U.S.)
Subjects: Hospital Design and Construction Hospitals, Special Tuberculosis Health Resorts
Publisher: New York
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons
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ernally with shingles, and should make an artisticand attractive structure. The building consists of a central section 25 feet wide by 80feet deep, having a basement and two stories, with wings or porches extending fromthe sides 86 feet long by 24 feet wide. The basement contains rooms for the heating plant, storage of coal and supplies.The first floor consists of a sitting room 25 feet wide by 30 feet deep, a dining room 25 feetwide by 16 feet deep, a kitchen 16 feet wide by 22 feet deep, a pantry 8 feet wide by 12feet deep, store-rooms, and an office 11 feet wide by 12 feet deep. The second floor isone apartment of four rooms, all 14 feet wide by 14 feet deep, and toilets, baths andclosets for the use of the nursing staff. The plans of this building have the same general arrangement as the CuencaSanatorium, with the exception that all the patients are to have separate dressing rooms atthe back of the porches; this will make the wings more commodious and is an improve- 8^ Section III
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No. 43.—District Tuberculosis Hospital, Lima, Ohio. McLaughlin and Hulskin, Architects. IKW OF [■ KONT ANIJ RkaK I-;i.EATIO..S AU FloOK Pi.AXS. PRESENT CAPACITY, 28 PATIENTS. WiNGS Tu BE KxTEXDED AS Shown IN Floor Plans WITH A CAPACITY FOR loo Patients. (For plan ofbasement see illustration No. 20.) Estimated Cost, Sioo,ooo. 86 Administration Buildings and Patients Quarters Combined ment. The bathrooms and toilets are situated next to the main building, but wouldbe made more convenient if placed in the rear of the wings. The capacity will be fortwenty-four patients at an estimated cost of ,000. District Tuberculosis Hospital, Lima, Ohio (Illustration 43). This buildingis situated on a site of fifty-five acres in a well wooded grove two and one-half miles fromLima, Ohio, on the Western and Interurban Electric Road. It is constructed of brick, onstone foundations, with brick porches facing the south at the rear, and is divided intothree sections: the centre for administratio
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