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Review of ‘A White Wind Blew’

Whenever the “white wind” blew down the mountain toward Louisville, the city hunched away. People felt it was a miasma aimed at them from the Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Sanitorium near the hilltop. Built at the peak of the TB plague in the early 1900s, this was the showpiece of a complex of buildings, which included…

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