In the 1850s passengers traveling north from Xenia on the Little Miami Railroad would know that they were approaching the village of Yellow Springs when a three-story building came into view on the eastern side of the tracks. This was the Yellow Springs Water Cure, also sometimes known as the Glen Forest Water Cure Institution.
The PowerPoint presentation was presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Ohio Academy of Medical History held on Saturday, May 7 at the Glen Helen Building in Yellow Springs, OH.
Ohio Academy of Medical History
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Wehmeyer, J. M.
(2011). The Yellow Springs Water Cure. .