Coby Hall is an antebellum Georgian Revival former residence in Florence, Alabama. The house was built by John Simpson on the site of his earlier home in 1843. Simpson was sent to Florence by James Jackson, builder of the Forks of Cypress, another prominent antebellum structure in the Shoals area, to buy land and to operate a mercantile business
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh Dining Hall, Florence Nightingale Nurses' Home, c.1950 The Florence Nightingale Nurses' Home was opened in 1939 by the Duchess of Gloucester. It provided 282 separate rooms for nurses as well as modern study and relaxation spaces.