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Leicester Borough Lunatic Asylum Photograph in a Case Book from 1911 of a patient (with nurse in the background)

Leicester Borough Lunatic Asylum Photograph in a Case Book from 1911 of a patient (with nurse in the background)

East Louisiana State Mental Hospital #15, Jackson, Louisiana, February 15, 1963

East Louisiana State Mental Hospital #15, Jackson, Louisiana, February 15, 1963

ANGELA G. "Patient" in an Asylum

ANGELA G. "Patient" in an Asylum

William Green, acute mania patient at Bethlem Mental Hospital

William Green, acute mania patient at Bethlem Mental Hospital

Bloodletting in 1860, One Of Only Three Known Photographs Of The Procedure. Bloodletting was used to cure diseases. Partially colorized.

Bloodletting in 1860, One Of Only Three Known Photographs Of The Procedure. Bloodletting was used to cure diseases. Partially colorized.

psychiatric hospital images | part of foundation (Stichting) Mind Rights ( www.mindrights.nl )

psychiatric hospital images | part of foundation (Stichting) Mind Rights ( www.mindrights.nl )

If you step out of line too often:- humans are the most cruel species, worse than rats! Electroshock Therapy

If you step out of line too often:- humans are the most cruel species, worse than rats! Electroshock Therapy

The hypnotized patient and the tuning fork. From Paul Richer, "Gonflement  du cou chez un hystérique,"  Nouvelles Iconographie de la Salpêtrière 2  (1889), plate 34.  Photo courtesy Wellcome Institute Library, London.

The hypnotized patient and the tuning fork. From Paul Richer, "Gonflement du cou chez un hystérique," Nouvelles Iconographie de la Salpêtrière 2 (1889), plate 34. Photo courtesy Wellcome Institute Library, London.

Colney Hatch asylum records

Colney Hatch asylum records

old insane asylums“I suppose you want a photograph of a madwoman,” said this woman, name unknown, to photographer and medical superintendent Frederic Truby King. “I’d better stick some straw in my hair and make faces.” She was a patient at New Zealand’s Seacliff Lunatic Asylum in the early 1900’s.

old insane asylums“I suppose you want a photograph of a madwoman,” said this woman, name unknown, to photographer and medical superintendent Frederic Truby King. “I’d better stick some straw in my hair and make faces.” She was a patient at New Zealand’s Seacliff Lunatic Asylum in the early 1900’s.

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