burned-out, graffiti-covered buildings.

The Henryton complex, originally built in 1922 as a sanitarium for African-Americans with tuberculosis. Closed since 1985, there've been 70 fires there over the past decade. The abandoned buildings are slated for demolition.
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( Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun / May 1, 2013 )

The Henryton complex, originally built in 1922 as a sanitarium for African-Americans with tuberculosis. Closed since 1985, there've been 70 fires there over the past decade. The abandoned buildings are slated for demolition.

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