This advertising post card was sent to Benjamin E. Cline, M. D., of Strawberry Plains in East Tennessee, in 1908, to promote The Hayden and Brown Sanitarium. The card was of interest because they describe a modern facility that employed Trained Nurses.
Information on the back —
E. Forrest Hayden, Ph.G., M. D., Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases, University of the South.
Daniel R. Brown, M. D., Assistant Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases, University of the South.
The Hayden and Brown Sanitarium
A strictly ETHICAL Institution established for the rational, humane and scientific treatment of persons addicted to the excessive use of Alcohol, Narcotic Drugs of every character and also Diseases of the Nervous System.
Large and commodious building, thoroughly modern in every respect. Steam heat, hot and cold water, shower and Turkish baths.
All latest Medical and Electrical appliances.
Grounds large, well shaded and inviting. Resident Physicians, Trained Nurses. Much experience in treating this class of diseases.
Best of References.
For particulars, address,
1400 BROADWAY NASHVILLE, TENN.
Phone Main 1431