The 19th Century Cats At Morris’ Refuge, Morris Animal Refuge, 1242 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, Penna.
Known first as City Refuge—although not municipal, Miss Elizabeth Morris and several other of her lady friends founded Morris’ Refuge at 1242 Lombard Street in Philadelphia in May 1874. An address where the establishment can still be found today. The name changed to the “Morris Refuge for Homeless and Suffering Animals” in January 1884 at which [...]
Who Will Resuscitate The Joseph Priestley House?
Looking Northeast, the side elevation of the mansion (right), barn (far left), the double privy (on left), and the fences of the Joseph Priestley Estate (House).
Looking northeast at the Side Elevation of the Mansion House of the Joseph Priestley House.
Laboratory Interior View with Retort Experimentation, Joseph Priestley House, Northumberland, [...]
Designed and financed by the Federal government, the “new” Hygienic Laboratory of the U.S. Public Health Service and Marine Hospital was constructed between 1907 and 1909 in Washington, D.C. The neoclassical building was completed in 1909. Originally, the U.S. Public Health and Marine Hospital Service had their Laboratory of Hygiene in New York City, but, [...]
While the two-over-one light wood windows within this view are no doubt original to the Circa 1895 building of the Hazelwood Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky, the operating room seen above has been modernized as it appears in the manner of such rooms just before the Second World War. Also known as the Association Sanatorium of Hazelwood, [...]