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Examples of "mayview"
Mayview is an unincorporated community in Champaign County, Illinois, United States. Mayview is located along U.S. Route 150, east of Urbana.
Mayview State Hospital was opened on December , 2005
Mayview was platted in 1866. The city was named for its scenic landscape, "when viewed on a May day". A post office called Mayview has been in operation since 1865.
Mayview is an unincorporated community in Garfield County, in the U.S. state of Washington.
By 1934, there were 4,200 patients and 450 staff at Mayview.
In 1916, Marshalsea was renamed Pittsburgh City Home and Hospital at Mayview.
Mayview is a city in Lafayette County, Missouri, in the United States. The population was 211 at the 2010 census.
Verrill died January 18, 1999, at age 82, in the Mayview Nursing Home in Raleigh, North Carolina. Survivors included her husband, a son, a daughter, and seven grandchildren.
On February 21, 2008, a task force met at Mayview to discuss possible uses for the site after the hospital's closing.
Prior to serving as mayor, Travis "Tommy" Tomlinson founded Mayview Convalescent Home in Raleigh in 1957. His sons Travis and Parker currently run the home.
Mayview was founded in 1880. A post office called May View was established in 1879, and remained in operation until 1959.
Concurrent with the closing, the facility's forensic center was to be either consolidated and/or privatized with other forensic units at Norristown and Warren State Hospitals. As of August 2007, there were 70 patients in the forensic center at Mayview.
The closure was halted for two weeks in November 2007 after the deaths of two former Mayview patients. One jumped or fell from a bridge and the other was struck by a train.
From August 2007 to December 2008 over 200 former patients were moved into community-based settings, most of which having 24-hour on-site support staff. Mayview officially closed at the end of December 2008.
In June 2010, Mayview State Hospital was sold for $505,000. The agreement between the state and Aloe Brothers of Mt. Washington, which was signed May 24, covers about of land and the buildings on the site.
Paranatural is a webcomic written and illustrated by Zack Morrison. The comic follows the story of Max, the new kid at school, and the other members of the Activity Club as they fight ghosts, investigate the secrets of Mayview, and interact with their fellow middle school students.
Valentine Abt (born Pittsburgh June 13, 1873 – died Mayview, Pennsylvania July 16, 1942) was an American composer who specialized in the mandolin. In the book "Popular American Composers", Frank L. Boyden named Abt one of America's most "prominent specialists of the mandolin", saying that he should be appreciated in Europe as well as America as "one of the greatest artists of any instrument."
Mayview State Hospital is a former psychiatric hospital, originally known as Marshalsea Poor Farm, located in South Fayette Township near Bridgeville, Pennsylvania. It spanned and had 39 buildings, 12 of which were used for patient care and hospital administration. It had a staff count of approximately 502 as of August 2007, and an operating budget of $63 million per year.
Newcomers from Germany as well as German Americans from St. Louis began arriving shortly before the war, with many more to come afterwards. They eventually made up a large part of the populations of Concordia, Emma, Wellington, Napoleon, Higginsville, Mayview, and Lexington. The German immigrants generally supported the Union during the war.
Enterprise Street, Chamberlain Street, and Rosemont Avenue form the eastern boundaries of the district. Mayview Road, Rosedale Avenue, Ruffin Street, and Furches Street form the northern boundary while Faircloth Street is the district's western boundary. Hillsborough Street forms the southern boundary, except from Dixie Trail to Henderson Street where the boundary moves southward to include the Stanhope neighborhood. Most of the district residents include faculty and students from North Carolina State University.