St Ann's Hydropathic Establishment, Blarney, mid 1880s

St Ann's Hydropathic Establishment at Blarney, Co.Cork
< Part of an advert in an unknown local directory published  between 1882 and 1886

St Ann's Hill Hydropathic Establishment, a dozen or so years after the death of its founder Dr Richard Barter.

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Alastair Durie for the illustration

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Early Turkish baths for animals. Part 1: Introduction

The Victorian Turkish Bath Movement. Part 2: Urquhart, Barter, and St Ann's

Performance in the raw. Part 4: the ritual of the towels

Heritaging the Victorian Turkish bath. Part 2: Urquhart and Barter

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