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Here are some pictures of the Hill Farm as well as Arequipa during various time periods.
|This picture was an ad for the Bothin Convalescent Home.||This picture is a boy preparing the clay.||This was the view of the pottery studio building from the outside.|
|This is a picture of a group of Girl Scouts getting off the bus.||These are some children standing in front of the original Hill Farm Building where today's Manor/Lyman House is.||A group of children patients|
|This is a picture of some of the boys who helped with the heavy work around the sanitarium. Right now they are stacking the kiln.||Some clothing that was being hanged out to dry.||The dining area of the sanitarium.|
|Another image of the dining area in the Sanitarium.||Arequipa patients relaxing in sleeping quarters.||The Dr. Phillip King Brown Bench on the Arequipa site in memorial of Dr. Phillip King Brown.|