Men's cooling-room in Earls Court Gardens

Gentlemen's cooling room in the Turkish baths at James's Hydro in Earls Court Gardens
< Why go away for a cure? / A R James (The Hydro, c.1927)

Gentlemen's cooling-room in the Turkish baths at James's Hydro in Earls Court Gardens.

The difference between the furnishing of this room and the women's cooling-room perfectly exemplifies Victorian attitudes to the provision of facilities for women.

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