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Yes delightful view - looks like an old little city.
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autoguy, I was totally about to agree with a sarcastic comment about the Joker being caring.
@ flushed..I saw on another gallery where I asked you to email me and you said you did twice but I didn't reply...I'm so sorry. I don't think I ever got your email. Today I went back through hundreds and hundreds of emails, spam and junk and I couldn't find anything. Would you mind trying again and I will look for it. My email is my name, I have another email but I don't know if that's allowed here or not. Please try again and I'll make sure I look for it. Thanks!
@Flushed...I'm sorry, I'm going to go back through my email and look. I don't recall seeing one from you, it may have gone to the spam or junk folder. Going back today and check because I would have replied to you for sure. Thanks
Curtains. We Human Beings leave curtains behind. We leave the lonely chair, hair-driers, lamps and pianos also. And books + paperwork/files.
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GREAT photos!! REALLY enjoyed this one!

I have to go eat now, but I will be looking at more of your galleries after supper for sure!

Thanks for this wonderful collection and take care.
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This looks like it could be a school or a college dormitory!
Wowie...this is a nice shot.
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This looks ready to be used! Looks like it is in good shape, at least from the outside. Wow. Nice shot, Mr. Motts!

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Kathryn (kathy) Pendlebury

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I was a patient at geable psych. On ward e originally but on. Ward D mostly , from 77-80.... guess I'm just looking for someone I know from there to answer a few questions. ... Verify things? Not sure

flushed

Bob, IDK exactly where you are referring to but in my efforts to find things out I found that states have a process for hospitals and medical facilities that close down to transfer their records and... (continued)

Teri Leigh Springer

SO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!

BOB

iS THERE ANY LIST OF PATIENTS DURING THE EARLY 1940'S?

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