Maylor Street, Cork: Turkish Baths for the Destitute Poor
(known as the People's Turkish Bath):
advertisement about the bath's being under construction

Advertisement for the baths
< Robert H Laing's Cork mercantile directory for 1863. — pp.72-3

1863 advertisement for Dr Barter's, soon to be opened, People's Turkish Bath in Maylor Street, Cork, Ireland. The images in the advertisement are actually of the hot room and cooling-room at St Ann's Hydropathic Establishment at Blarney.

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