Lakeview Sanitarium, Burlington, Vermont, Pasturage Stables
Llewellyn Collection of Vermont History
1910 (Circa Date)
Black and white postcard depicting three views: cows pastured in field, a large chicken coop, and a stable building. Titled "Lakeview Sanitarium, Burlington, Vermont / Walter D. Berry, M.D., Resident Physician" along left edge of front. Titled "Pasturage Stables" in lower center of front.
13.6 cm (W)
8.6 cm (H)
An advertisement in the December 1895 of The Vermonter (Vol. 1, No. 5, p. CXIV) notes that this sanitarium founded in 1882, was "For the treatment of select cases of mild mental derangement, together with invalids suffering from the various forms of nervous troubles."
Llewellyn, Lance A.
Library of Congress Subject Heading
Psychiatric hospitals--United States [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2008110133]
SubjectsLakeview Sanitarium (Burlington, Vt.) (depicts)
Burlington (Vt.)--Residences (depicts)
North Avenue (Burlington, Vt.) (is described by)