Fever and Isolation Hospitals


Fever hospitals, isolation and smallpox hospitals of the 19th and early 20th century, in the North East of England. These and other fever & isolation hospitals were established at a time when cholera, typhoid, smallpoxtuberculosis and other serious infectious diseases were prevalent. 

from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
061986:The Fever Hospital Bath Lane Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1995

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