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Turn Your Back on Me
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So I’m guilty of intense passion in chasing a vision.
A vision that I have no idea what it looks like.
A vision I know that I’ll recognize when I see it.
And I’m not going to make any apologies for that.
It is a element of me.
I’ll in no way let you or anybody else crush that.
Due to the fact I’d only be letting my soul get crushed.
There can be no compromise.
Antwerp – Location Head Right here
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Intimidating radiation machine found in the abandoned military hospital, Antwerp, Belgium.
Taken throughout my extremely very first urbex encounter – my cherry – into Antwerp’s abandoned military hospital in the course of my big "Things Fall Apart" tour of Western Europe in 2005 (soon after 4 years I have still not been capable to uncover out the actual name of this hospital – driving me crazy). I got locked inside this location twice, if you can believe it. The very first time in the evening as a storm was approaching, and I ended up possessing to wait inside an orthodox Hebrew main college with two Polish cleaning ladies who told me (it turned out otherwise, thank god) that they (and I) were locked inside the school till eight in the morning. The second time was the time this pic was taken. A wing of this hospital is nevertheless active, utilised for caring for WWII war vets, and the gate for the abandoned part is inside the gate for the active part. I just walked in both gates early in the morning of Belgium’s national vacation, and returned to the inner gate a half hour later to verify on it and discovered it closed and locked. Sooner or later I found a developing that bordered on the parking lot of the active wing, and identified the 1 window that wasn’t barred and was openable. 1 of my proudest moments in life was not just bolting at that point. I turned about, went back into the depths of the complex, and completed my photos for yet another couple of hours. Then I bolted. 🙂
Formerly a sculptress and designer of tiles, Dorothy Cole converted her basement into a workshop to tin plate needles for valves for blood transfusion bottles ready by Baxter Laboratories, Glenview, Ill. She turns in her income to war bonds to give
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Hollem, Howard R.,, photographer.
Formerly a sculptress and designer of tiles, Dorothy Cole converted her basement into a workshop to tin plate needles for valves for blood transfusion bottles ready by Baxter Laboratories, Glenview, Ill. She turns in her earnings to war bonds to give a college education for her young nephew
1 transparency : colour.
Title from FSA or OWI agency caption.
Transfer from U.S. Workplace of War Information, 1944.
Medical equipment & supplies
Globe War, 1939-1945
Rights Information: No known restrictions on publication.
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Part Of: Farm Safety Administration – Workplace of War Data Collection 12002-20 (DLC) 93845501
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Call Quantity: LC-USW36-417