Michigan Public Act 254 of 1905 called for a state tuberculosis sanatorium to be built at a “suitable location.” The town of Howell, Michigan offered pure air, pure natural spring water and rolling hills about 1100 feet above sea level.
Here, we see some fine silent film melodrama. The hero, played by Romaine Fielding, lies unconscious on the railroad tracks. Fortunately, this time, the Michigan State Police can ride to the rescue!
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