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Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Subject contains "Sulphur springs"
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Advertisement for Clarendon House in Green Cove Springs, 1875

Advertisement for Clarendon House in Green Cove Springs, 1875

Date
1875
Description
Print advertisement for Clarendon House, located 30 miles south of Jacksonville on the St. Johns River at Green Cove Springs. The ad includes a description of the discharge of the Green Cove warm sulphur spring and notes the waters' ability to cure rheumatism, gout, scrofula, dyspepsia, paralysis, neuralgia, nervous affections, erysipelas, and all eruptive diseases, kidney disorders, and general disability. Printed in the back matter of "Rambler," Guide to Florida (New York: American News Company, 1875).
Collection
Brochure for the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs, 1890

Brochure for the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs, 1890

Date
1890 (circa)
Description
Booklet describing the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs in Clay County, Florida. Daily room rates, accommodations, optional excursions, activities, bathing facilities, and the character of the region and climate are discussed. The environment and the mineral-infused waters of the springs are reputed in the booklet to cure or treat a variety of illnesses, including Bright's Disease, chronic liver disease, neuralgia, nervous prostration, and rheumatism. Several engravings illustrate the booklet.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
flc_917.59-r167_01Advertisement for Clarendon House in Green Cove Springs, 1875textBusiness corporations
Health resorts
Sulphur springs
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flc_917.5916-s136_01Brochure for the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs, 1890textSulphur springs
Tourism industry
Health resorts
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