“Searching for Sully – Our Stories” by Ann Shaw Sully was a hospital, not a sanatorium, and was the last of several institutions and clinics to be established for the provision, treatment and abolition of TB by the King Edward VII National Memorial Association and it was desbanded after the National Health Service came into […]
“Paolozzi Revealed: Ten days with a creative Titan” by Ann Shaw In July 1996, Edinburgh College of Art offered a Masterclass with the Italian- Scottish sculptor, Eduardo Paolozzi. He particularly wanted to run this course in his home city. Paolozzi asked the members of the class to keep a diary of their time with him.
“The Children of Craig-y-nos” by Ann Shaw and Carole Reeves About: Forty years of lost Welsh history. This is the only account in the world of life inside a childrens TB sanatorium. Ann Shaw was there for four years from 1950-54. Along with my co-author Carole Reeves we reconstructed forty years of lost Welsh history