J.N. Adam Memorial Hospital: Her Inside Voice

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“J.N. Adam Memorial Hospital: Her Inside Voice” is the result of a multi-year photo documentation project containing the sensitive images and writing of Char Szabo-Perricelli, along with personal accounts. The book also features historical support from the Museum of disABILITY History as part of its premier publications in the Abandoned History Series. From what was once a majestic medical facility to the ruins it is becoming today, this provocative book will take you back to the grand beginning and leave you with a sense of loss for what is quickly becoming another casualty amongst many of our historical treasures which have become victims of neglect.  Hardcover, first edition, 198 pages, 400+ beautiful color images.

Char Szabo-Perricelli is a photographer, artist, writer and environmentalist with a passion for architecture, history and life’s processes. Several of her explorations and subsequent documentary photo studies are all that remain of many relevant places that are threatened by time and neglect or have already been demolished. Her images and writing have been published in books, print magazines, several professional online venues and her photos are in many private collections. Wherever it appears, her work evokes deep emotion, forcing the viewer to look beyond, beneath and behind. She‘s most often outdoors where searching is her destination and finding is her inspiration.

 

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Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 12 x 1 in

1 review for J.N. Adam Memorial Hospital: Her Inside Voice

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Deborah L Gray

    Char captured the beauty…despite the condition of the building.I grew up in Springville but never heard of this place! A friend of mine bought a copy of the book for her gramma, who used to work there.She in turn took it to a coffee get together of her former fellow workers.Brought back so many memories and stories for these ladies. Still such a shame that our state let this beautiful building wither and die……

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