Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, reports, budgets, memoranda, minutes, applications, case studies, publications, and other papers, relating to mental retardation and mental abnormalities; delivery of mental health services to children; adrenal gland and mental abnormality; anoxia and the estrous cycle in rats; foreign mental health and mental programs; neuropathology; education of Down's syndrome children; psychiatric services in the U.S. South; motor performance of retarded children; mental health programs in Champaign and Decatur, Ill.; 1970 White House Conference on Children; and other topics
Essex Institute
Devereux shipping papers series chiefly documents the shipping activities of James Devereux (1766-1846) who, with his sons, John (1796-1856) and James (1806-1831) developed a thriving shipping business to the Far East, Europe, the West Indies, and U.S. ports. Includes ships' papers of Devereux-owned vessels, Four Brothers, Osprey, and others, reflecting business conducted in Indonesia, Belgium, West Indies, and other locations; papers concerning the involvement of Devereux's sons in the family business, including their activities as supercargos and shipmasters; shipping papers for cargos in warehouses and freight consigned on non-Devereux vessels; and accounts of some of Devereux's business partners, including Nathaniel and Zachariah F. Silsbee and Joseph Waters. Of particular interest in the shipping and merchant correspondence are letters from William Dean Waters describing the mental illness of Nicholas (1808-1848) Devereux, another of James's (1766-1846) sons. Family papers series ... Read More
American Psychiatric Association
Subject files including correspondence, meeting materials such as agendas, minutes, reports, and back up on issues discussed at meetings, and other reports and administrative material
Chicago Public Library - Special Collections Division
The photographs depict individuals encountered in Chicago's Loop and Near North Side between 2012 and 2015. The photographs graphically show the human conditions that some people, young and old, men and women, experience
Senator John Heinz History Center
Scrapbooks from 1911 through 1928
University of Washington
A typewritten manuscript of "The shells I gather," an unpublished and apparently unproduced play in three acts by Gallemore. The drama is set in Eastern Washington and explores the strained relationships of a family struggling with a mentally ill patriarch
Minnesota Historical Society
Records pertaining to the Residential Facilities Division's internal management, its relationship with the state's institutional residential facilities, and to the public and policy issues with which it was concerned
Connecticut Historical Society
Chauncey House of Coventry, Connecticut, was admitted to the Retreat for the Insane in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1836. Calvin Daggett had been appointed conservator for Chauncey and this collection consists primarily of legal and financial documents and correspondence regarding the care of Chauncey. Several land documents preceded his designation as "insane", which first appears in an inventory dated 1830. Daniel Burnap was the individual who had him committed. Documents mention Chauncey's brother Horace W. House. Also includes a deed of Benjamin House for land in Coventry, 1838
Minnesota Historical Society
Minutes of meetings of area mental health program directors (1969-1970, 1972-1975) and regional mental health administrators (1971-1972); drafts of and memoranda regarding proposed standards for accreditation of community mental health centers (1970-1972); a state plan for comprehensive community health centers construction (1967-1968); mental health services program annual statistical summaries (1953-1970) and attorney general opinions (1972-1976); mental health and Indian Affairs reports and guidelines (1978-1979); Mental Health, Mental Retardation, Chemical Dependency Advisory Committee minutes (1976-1978); and materials regarding detoxification centers (1971)
University of Virginia
The papers consist of a poem, "An elegy. On the death of Mrs. Mary McKean," and a letter, 1787 December 5, to the managers of the Pennsylvania Hospital describing the lunacy of the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Lewis, Mistress of the Negro Charity School, and asking that she be admitted


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