The ladies of the sanitarium were gathered on the veranda.
In 1876, after having been confined as insane in a sanitarium in Batavia, Illinois, at the instigation of her son Robert and subsequently declared sane, Mary decided to put an ocean between herself and Robert and moved to Pau, France.
She then came to Vancouver and attended Intern Classes at Vancouver General Hospital for one year, before returning to Saskatchewan as the dietician for one year at the Saskatoon sanitarium .
He spent a year in a sanitarium and then had another year off work.
It was given in recognition of her dedicated service to the establishment of the sanitarium and the people it would serve.
He died in his forties in a sanitarium , unvisited by Eugene, who, twenty years later, wrote this expiatory play.
As the director of the sanitarium and a priest, the Abbe is torn between his administrative duties, his empathy for de Sade, and, in the end, his overflowing physical desire for Madeleine.
America's first breakfast cereal was developed by John Kellogg in 1895 as a way to help patients at his sanitarium increase their intake of fiber.
But she had been punished enough for that one mistake - the summer in the sanitarium , the ongoing weekly sessions with her shrink, and the constant fear that the kids at school would find out about it.
Some thought it to be such a bizarre design for a residential neighborhood, it was mistaken for a sanitarium or hospital.