Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

Exploring the Ruins of the Abandoned Pilgrim Psychiatric Center on ...

Exploring the Ruins of the Abandoned Pilgrim Psychiatric Center on ...

before the "major tranquilizers" -- Patient in a continuous bath at Pilgrim State Hospital, 1936 by Alfred Eisenstaedt

before the "major tranquilizers" -- Patient in a continuous bath at Pilgrim State Hospital, 1936 by Alfred Eisenstaedt

Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY, 1938.

Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

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Demencia tras la lente - Alfred Eisenstaedt

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mental hospital nurses 1936  Absolutely fascinating article if you click through to the website printed in a 1930's LIFE magazine

mental hospital nurses 1936 Absolutely fascinating article if you click through to the website printed in a 1930's LIFE magazine

Pilgrim State Hospital | Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938 | LIFE.com

Pilgrim State Hospital | Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938 | LIFE.com

Pilgrim State Hospital | Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938 | LIFE.com

Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

Pilgrim State Hospital | Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938 | LIFE.com

<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY, 1938.

Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY, 1938.

Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

<b>Not published in LIFE.</b> Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY, 1938.

Strangers to Reason: LIFE Inside a Psychiatric Hospital, 1938

Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY - In 1945, academy award winning director John Huston created a documentary called Let There be Light for the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Filmed at Mason General Hospital, the 58 minute piece was one of the first chronicles of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, but was not publicly released until thirty-five years after it was produced.

Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY - In 1945, academy award winning director John Huston created a documentary called Let There be Light for the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Filmed at Mason General Hospital, the 58 minute piece was one of the first chronicles of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, but was not publicly released until thirty-five years after it was produced.

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