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Remember going to P.E. in that gym. :-O
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I went to St John Vianney Prep during my freshman year of H.S. This gallery is haunting. Thanks for capturing the outcome of the flood.
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Absolutely amazing that all still there and surviving. with all happening and vandalism taking place. Photo's just amazing. I love all things old. Greetings from South Africa
YES - gotta love this Site! One makes gears for a machine and the other a collar pretty - same same mathematics; - is really quite awesome and am Very HAPPY! Can´t stop smiling at it all. Thanks! Bless you all !
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I think one was a utility closet, and the other led into a bathroom.
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Yeah I think one is a switch and the other is an electrical outlet (EU style, of course).
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The grey thing looks like an old millivolt thermostat.
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Looks like a water pitcher and a red rubber tube off to the right.
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1923 and 1928
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i hated that place, not funny at all, 40 yrs later. i exp hell there, imagine all your body fluid released ,puke en all, and then it gets really bad .
Really like the floor/boards/- may be is pine? In need of some care; cleaning, varnish, polish - but still look nice and even.
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eldokid - The pneumatic tube technology is still alive and well.....almost every hospital in which I worked used the pneumatic tube system to transport specimens from the patient floors down to the laboratories. I've also seen it in use at some hardware stores - can't remember if it is Home Depot or Lowe's - but one of the chains use it. Also, a lot of banks use it to conduct transaction between cars in the drive-through and the tellers inside the bank.
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Beauty shot to end the gallery! That one needs to beframed and mounted on the wall! And the front tire looks inflated still!!!

Come to think of it.....there WEREN'T sinks.....a bath room,......
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THAT is FANTASTIC!!
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Nice little desk!!