Sancellemoz Sanatoriums d'Assy, Etablissements du Docteur Tobé (SAT)

19802

Share of 100F - Passy 1930

€45.00
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The Sancellemoz sanatorium was inaugurated in 1931 when a tuberculosis epidemic was raging.

The site was chosen in 1921 by two doctors, the American Alexandre Bruno (1889-1953), and the Frenchman Paul Émile Davy (1888-1963), with the agreement of Théophile Vallet, then mayor of Passy.

Doctor François Tobé (1880-1961) joined them in 1928. It was in this structure that Marie Curie died on July 4, 1934.

Dr. Tobé then took part in the creation of the Société Climatérique de Passy.

It is now a rehabilitation center.

Beautiful illustrated scenery of the mountains.

Signed by Doctor Tobé.

VF condition: folds and tears on the coupons.

19802
1 Item

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Country
France
Theme
Health
Design
Yes
Condition
VF

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