Denture cups left behind at a New York Sanatorium.
The Children's Hospital at a New York Sanatorium was constructed in the 1930's, a few decades after the original campus was constructed in 1913.
Novel left behind inside the Children's Pavillion at a New York Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
The children's preventorium at New York Sanatorium in New York was built sometime after the original campus in 1913. The wards were constructed in such a way to allow for maximum light and air to reach the patients.
Construction of the New York Sanatorium began in 1913. It consisted of eight pavillions, four men and four women's, arranged around an Administration Buidling, a Children's Hospital (shown here), a Rehabilitation Center, power plant, laboratory and Nurse's Buildings.
It was here at this hospital that the first treatment for Tuberculosis was discovered.