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Presentation drawing of Pine Rest Nursing Home, 5 Franklin St., Northampton, MA

Description

This presentation drawing is in color, depicting the Pine Rest Nursing Home in Northampton, MA. The building is only three stories, but very long. It contains many windows (presumably windows into individual patients' rooms) and decorative porches (non-usable, save for the first floor) on all three levels. The drawing shows several people walking around the outside of the building with several cars driving by. To the far left is another house, probably not part of the institution. The building has a very short, manicured lawn, with limited shrubery around the sides of the building. Tall, thin trees surround the area.

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Details

Collection Name
General architectural and cartographic collection
Collection Code
AR001
Acquisition Type
Gift
Date of Acquisition
2006-03-01
Physical Description
presentation drawing; color; 19.5 X 12 in.
Collection Type
Architectural and Cartographic Materials
Description Level
Item
Credit Line
Gifted by Ken Turino on 3-01-2006
GUSN
309911
Reference Code
AR001.USMA.0850.002

Historical/Biographical Note

The Pine Rest Nursing Home on 5 Franklin St., Northampton, MA 01060 was first registered to provide Medicare and/or Medicaid services in April, 1993. Today it provides many services in assisted living care. A religious, nonmedical health care institution, all physical therapy, nursing, and advanced medical work is made available offsite to its patients. Services such as dental, dietary needs, counseling, and general physician visits are provided onsite.

Record details

Descriptive Terms
automobiles
brick red (color)
decks (uncovered spaces)
lawns (landscaped grass)
porches
presentation drawings (proposals)
trees
windows
Material Type
presentation drawings (proposals)
Places
Northampton Reservoir (Franklin county, Massachusetts) [reservoir]
Places (Buildings)
Pine Rest Nursing Home

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