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Brochure from The Hygeia, a sanatorium in Citronelle, Alabama

Brochure from The Hygeia, a sanatorium in Citronelle, Alabama

Title

Brochure from The Hygeia, a sanatorium in Citronelle, Alabama

Subject

Description

Describes for the public the facilities of the tuberculosis sanatorium that Arnold Klebs founded in Citronelle, Alabama. Medical staff: Drs. A. C. Klebs, J. J. Curry, J. G. Michael, Edwin Klebs, Rhett Goode.

Source

From the collections of the Medical Historical Library, Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Publisher

Art Press, Loughead & Co.

Date

1896

Rights

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Format

Still image

Language

Identifier

hygeia.jpg

Citation

Klebs, Arnold C. (Arnold Carl), 1870-1943, “Brochure from The Hygeia, a sanatorium in Citronelle, Alabama,” Online Exhibits@Yale, accessed March 23, 2017, http://exhibits.library.yale.edu/document/9164.

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