Founded in 1827, the Northern Dispensary was a clinic for the working poor.
Edgar Allan Poe, then living on Waverly Place, dropped by in 1837 for help with a head cold. Among its benefactors were Clement C. Moore, Samuel F. B. Morse, and P. T. Barnum.
Located at 165 Waverly Place in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.
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