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Wellcome Library | Holloway Sanatorium

Holloway Sanatorium for the Insane in Surrey, England opened in 1885 as a private hospital for the wealthy middle classes.

Wellcome Library | Holloway Sanatorium

Holloway Sanatorium for the Insane in Surrey, England opened in 1885 as a private hospital for the wealthy middle classes.

Wellcome Library | Holloway Sanatorium : Miss J Adams, 1890

Holloway Sanatorium for the Insane in Surrey, England opened in 1885 as a private hospital for the wealthy middle classes.

Wellcome Library | Holloway Sanatorium

Holloway Sanatorium for the Insane in Surrey, England opened in 1885 as a private hospital for the wealthy middle classes.

Beatrice Tetley, Psychiatric Patient at Wakefield Hospital treated for Melancholy (1897)

turbine-wax-heart: Beatrice Tetley, psychiatric patient at Wakefield Hospital for melancholy, 1897 (via)

Miss Smith photographed by Francis Galton  (relative of Chas. Darwin who believed in Eugenics as the cure for social ills...along with Pres. Wilson, A Hitler, O.W. Holmes etc.etc.)

Dracula essay outline Suggested essay topics and study questions for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Perfect for students who have to write Dracula essays.

Wellcome Library | Holloway Sanatorium

Holloway Sanatorium for the Insane in Surrey, England opened in 1885 as a private hospital for the wealthy middle classes.

Jean-Martin Charcot, Hystero-Epilepsie, XXXVI, aus dem Band: Iconographie Photographique de la Salpétriêre, Dritter Band, Paris, 1879-1880. (via archivelossofcontrol)

Jean-Martin Charcot, Hystero-Epilepsie, XXXVI, aus dem Band: Iconographie Photographique de la Salpétriêre, Dritter Band, Paris, 1879-1880. (via archivelossofcontrol)

Haunted and haunting faces from early 20th century asylum inmates

Haunted and haunting faces from early 20th century asylum inmates

Tragic - the devoted nurse whose burns also left her mentally scarred // The tragic stories and haunted faces of the troubled men and women whose home was the Glamorgan County Lunatic Asylum - Wales Online

Menston Asylum. John Constantin, deaf mute, admitted aged just 10, buried Buckle Lane, 55 years in containment and care.

John Constantin, deaf mute, admitted aged just buried Buckle Lane, 55 years in containment and care.

Portraits from an English 'lunatic asylum' circa 1869

Portraits from an English 'lunatic asylum' circa 1869

Portraits from an English 'lunatic asylum' circa 1869 - Woman suffering from chronic mania.

Colney Hatch asylum was a psychiatric hospital in Colney Hatch in what is now the London Borough of Barnet. The hospital was built as the Second Middlesex County Asylum and was in operation from 1851 to 1993.

Colney Hatch asylum was a psychiatric hospital in Colney Hatch in what is now the London Borough of Barnet. The hospital was built as the Second Middlesex County Asylum and was in operation from 1851 to

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