Laight Street, New York

Two rooms at the Laight Street Turkish baths, 1867
< The Eastern or Turkish bath: with its history, revival in England, and application to the purposes of health / Erasmus Wilson. New York : Miller, Wood, 1867.

The sudatorium and tepidarium in Dr Miller's Turkish baths at 13 Laight Street, Manhattan, New York, in 1867.

This establishment, the first in Manhattan, was opened by Drs Miller, Wood & Co. The bath was still in existence in 1881, but by then it was owned by a Dr M L Holbrook, and known as the Hygienic Hotel and Turkish Bath Institute.

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