Sutro Baths - They were a large, privately owned swimming pool complex in San Francisco, California, built in the late century. The building housing the baths burned down in 1966 and was abandoned. (Per Wikipedia)
“Girl with bound feet The feet would then regularly be unbound, washed and kneaded, with additional pain often caused by beating the sole of the foot to keep the bones broken. The feet were then rebound – ever more tightly each time.
The famous Sutro Baths in San Francisco opened to the public on March 14, 1896. Sutro Baths, an indoor swimming complex, which included a museum and a concert hall, was developed by Adolph Sutro to provide a recreational swimming facility for the residents of San Francisco. (ca. 1900)