The Old Staten Island Hospital. How beautiful sad so much pain.Lord help those that still search for peace, acceptance, understanding LOVE.
The Ellis Island tourists don’t get to see: Inside the infectious disease wards, morgue and giant furnace where the dreams of thousands of immigrants hoping for a new life in America came to a terrible end
Photos of the abandoned hospital on Ellis Island, which has opened to the public for tours for the first time in 60 years. Click for more photos or save for later!
'A miracle': Three brothers, including a seven-month-old baby, pulled alive from rubble after earthquake hits Italian holiday island of Ischia
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Endangered Historic Sites Ellis Island Hospital Complex, New York Harbor, NY and NJ. Once the largest U. Public Health Service Institution in America, the hospital and support structures on Ellis Island are dilapidated and face a lack of funding.
North Brother Island is in the East River between the Bronx and Rikers Island. It was used until the as a quarantine hospital, but has been abandoned and closed to the public since then. This building was a nurses' residence.
Horse carriage outside of the Gilded Age - Staten Island, Smith's Infirmary Hospital. Built in opened in
Banished from New York for 30 years: The eerie photos of North Brother Island in the East River - where 'Typhoid Mary' was forced to live in isolation as the nation's first 'healthy carrier' of the disease
Corridor, School and Services Building: When the primary purpose of Riverside Hospital became as a detention facility for juvenile drug offenders, the Services Building was re-purposed as a school. North Brother Island, New York.
The south side of Ellis Island featured a public health hospital where about 10 percent of immigrants would have to go for further medical inspection. The Ellis Island hospital was also the birthplace of 355 babies.