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Battle Creek Health Center, c. 1960

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dc.coverage.temporal Battle Creek. Michigan, circa 1960 en_US
dc.identifier.other LPC-006-024-001 en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://dspace.willardlibrary.org/xmlui/handle/123456789/9137
dc.description Postcard showing photo of the building constructed as Phelps Medical and Surgical Sanatorium in 1899 on N. Washington Avenue by Neil and Oscar Phelps. Later the building became the Macfadden Health Home Sanatorium (1907-09), the headquarters of C. W. Post's Trades and Workers Association, and finally it was bought by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, operating as the Battle Creek Sanitarium Annex before becoming the main Sanitarium facility in 1942. Caption on front: A cordial welcome awaits you at the Battle Creek Health Center Battle Creek, Michigan. Caption on back: The Battle Creek Health Center's unique program has, for nearly a century, attracted discriminating guests. Its therapeutic diet, emphasis on physical fitness, and its clinical services are world-known. The ready-to-eat cereal industry, for which Battle Creek is also famous, had its origin in this historical center. Written on back: Thanks so much Maude for beautiful card. Feel I have been benefited. Certgainly the treatments & Baths help. Merry Christmas, see you soon. Minnie. Sent to: Mrs. Ira Wilson, 202 Allen Blvd. Kalamazoo, Mich. Sent on: December 14, 1960 en_US
dc.format.extent 300 dpi tif.; xxx KB en_US
dc.format.medium color postcard en_US
dc.language.iso En en_US
dc.subject Phelps Medical and Surgical Sanatorium en_US
dc.subject Bernarr Macfadden Health Home en_US
dc.subject National Trades and Workers Association en_US
dc.subject Battle Creek Sanitarium en_US
dc.subject B.C Sanitarium Annex en_US
dc.title Battle Creek Health Center, c. 1960 en_US
dc.type Image en_US

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