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Graffiti in the Madison County Nursing Home in 2002 after Mine Subsidence

Citation

Gibson, Bob , “Graffiti in the Madison County Nursing Home in 2002 after Mine Subsidence,” Madison Historical, accessed November 25, 2020, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/715.

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Description

This 2002 photograph shows graffiti written on the wall of the Madison County Nursing Home after it was closed in the late 90s. The graffiti reflects how the staff felt about the closing. There is also a drawing of Porky Pig.

Transcription

  • To all my elders
    The Best teachers, co-workers,
    and friends anyone could ask for. Best Wishes
    to everyone
    Love 
    always
    Shane

    (kitchen staff) John Winklmeier
    1998-1999 


    That's All Folks!!!

Subjects

  • government
  • Edwardsville
  • Madison County Nursing Home
  • Madison County Tuberculosis Sanitarium
  • Mining

Creator

Gibson, Bob

Contributor

  • Gibson, Bob

Date

December 20, 2002

Language

English

Type

  • Photograph

Format

  • Color photographic print
  • jpg

Coverage

  • 2000s
  • Edwardsville, Illinois

Identifier

  • Gibson-Bob-P-0063
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