Sanatorium de Pen-Bron, Loire-Atlantique: general plan. Process print, 1913, after a drawing, 1896.
- Lafont, Georges, 1847-1924
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Pen-Bron is a peninsula located on the west coast of France, in the commune of La Turballe, near Le Croisic, Département de la Loire-Atlantique (previously Loire-Inférieure). The sanatorium was constructed there in 1887 to treat tuberculous children with sun-therapy and sea-water bathing. The building shown here was constructed by G. Lafont between 1894 and 1910. The institution later treated children with scoliosis and poliomyelitis, and became a rehabilitation center
Hôpital maritime de Pen-Bron. Sanatorium de Pen-Bron (Le Croisic). Plan général. Dressé par l'architecte soussigné Nantes, le 25 Avril 1896. M. Lafont, Architecte à Nantes. Dept. de la Loire-Inférieure, Canton du Croisic
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