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His sister, seeking a suitor for her daughter, is not amused and takes Dowd to the sanitarium only to end up getting placed there herself.
John, though internationally famous well into the 1930s, slowly lost many of his holdings, including, in 1920, the sanitarium itself.
Many years after the Beechers vacated the residence, the Litchfield house was moved to a new location and transformed into a sanitarium, according to Susan Dunne of the Hartford Courant.
The move is the latest in the unusual history of preacher Lyman Beecher’s Litchfield, Connecticut, home, which was built in 1811 served as the childhood home for his 11 children and was later a sanitarium and then a dormitory for a private school.
Ashley Marin turned the Radley sanitarium into a hotel!
Some of the play's funniest moments are in scenes which also star Erik Hellman is Dr. Lyman Sanderson, who operates the local sanitarium.
Most of these were written at the bottom of the Depression, when the author languished in various Smoky Mountains hotels near his wife Zelda’s sanitarium, where she was being treated (expensively) for schizophrenia.
Rather to risk embarrassment for the family, especially for her daughter Myrtle Mae, Veta decides to have Elwood committed to a sanitarium, creating more confusion.
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Origin and Etymology of sanitarium
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
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