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Home > New Jersey > Glen Gardner vicinity > New Jersey State Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Sanatorium Road, 1 mile east of intersection of Ma, Glen Gardner, Hunterdon County, NJ



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Item Title
BWPhotos 380816

Location
1 mile east of intersection of Ma, Glen Gardner vicinity, NJ

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NJ-1230
Building/structure dates: 1907 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1929 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1939 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1950 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1960 subsequent work
Significance: The New Jersey State Sanatorium is an excellent example of a typical state sanatorium because it contains all of the textbook design features considered essential by experts of the day. Thomas Spees Carrington published Tuberculosis Hospital and Sanatorium Construction in 1911. This book was considered the definitive source of sanatorium construction through the 1920s. The sanatorium contains nearly all of the features Carrington presents as essential. The New Jersey State Sanatorium is significant at the local, state, and national levels as a nearly intact example of the physical environment in which the tuberculosis patients resided for the duration of their treatment.

Subjects
Medicine
Tuberculosis
Health Care


Related Names
George B. Post & Sons
Post, George B.
Reinbold, Martin, Photographer
Spies, Stacy E., Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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