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05:50, 29 August 2020 120650pv.jpg (file) 162 KB M-Explorer INTERIOR, FIRST FLOOR, STAIRCASE AND GALLERY - Welfare Island, Insane Asylum, New York County, NY, Ca. May 1970, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Category:Historic American Building Survey 1
05:49, 29 August 2020 120649pv.jpg (file) 161 KB M-Explorer INTERIOR, SECOND FLOOR, SPIRAL STAIRCASE AND CENTRAL STAIRWELL - Welfare Island, Insane Asylum, New York County, NY, Ca. May 1970, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Category:Historic American Building Survey 1
05:48, 29 August 2020 120648pv.jpg (file) 170 KB M-Explorer INTERIOR, SECOND FLOOR, STAIRCASE - Welfare Island, Insane Asylum, New York County, NY, Ca. May 1970, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Category:Historic American Building Survey 1
05:47, 29 August 2020 120647pv.jpg (file) 274 KB M-Explorer DETAIL OF DOMED ROOF - Welfare Island, Insane Asylum, New York County, NY, Ca. May 1970, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Category:Historic American Building Survey 1
05:45, 29 August 2020 120646pv.jpg (file) 141 KB M-Explorer VIEW DURING DEMOLITION OF ADJOINING WINGS - Welfare Island, Insane Asylum, New York County, NY, Ca. May 1970, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Category:Historic American Building Survey 1
05:44, 29 August 2020 120645pv.jpg (file) 419 KB M-Explorer GENERAL VIEW OF EAST SIDE - Welfare Island, Insane Asylum, New York County, NY, Ca. May 1970, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Category:Historic American Building Survey 1
05:20, 29 August 2020 05874v.jpg (file) 521 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility. First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arc... 1
05:19, 29 August 2020 05873v.jpg (file) 363 KB M-Explorer Autoclave used to sterilize medicine at Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility. First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hos... 1
05:18, 29 August 2020 05872v.jpg (file) 470 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:17, 29 August 2020 05871v.jpg (file) 371 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:17, 29 August 2020 05870v.jpg (file) 399 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:16, 29 August 2020 05869v.jpg (file) 405 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:16, 29 August 2020 05868v.jpg (file) 429 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:14, 29 August 2020 05926v.jpg (file) 507 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:13, 29 August 2020 05925v.jpg (file) 416 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility. First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arc... 1
05:12, 29 August 2020 05923v.jpg (file) 332 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:11, 29 August 2020 05922v.jpg (file) 367 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:10, 29 August 2020 05921v.jpg (file) 430 KB M-Explorer Patients made caskets at Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the build... 1
05:09, 29 August 2020 05918v.jpg (file) 390 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:08, 29 August 2020 05927v.jpg (file) 578 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:06, 29 August 2020 05924v.jpg (file) 355 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arch... 1
05:05, 29 August 2020 05917v.jpg (file) 495 KB M-Explorer View showing the piggery and other out buildings at Bryce Hospital Tuscaloosa, Alabama First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an architectural model. The facility w... 1
05:04, 29 August 2020 05916v.jpg (file) 306 KB M-Explorer Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility. First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an arc... 1
04:57, 23 August 2020 6a19118v.jpg (file) 85 KB M-Explorer Cook Co. Poor Farm west view, Ca. 1910, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA 1
04:56, 23 August 2020 6a19141v.jpg (file) 64 KB M-Explorer Cook Co. Poor Farm, north view, Ca. 1910, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA 1
04:55, 23 August 2020 6a19129v.jpg (file) 67 KB M-Explorer Cook Co. Poor Farm, south view, Ca. 1910, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA 1
04:54, 23 August 2020 6a03903v.jpg (file) 98 KB M-Explorer Cook Co. Poor Farm, Oak Forest, Ills., east view, Ca. 1910, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. 1
04:41, 23 August 2020 52769v.jpg (file) 482 KB M-Explorer The building and grounds were designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, respectively. Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a... 1
04:41, 23 August 2020 52668v.jpg (file) 498 KB M-Explorer The building and grounds were designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, respectively. Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a... 1
04:40, 23 August 2020 52667v.jpg (file) 712 KB M-Explorer The building and grounds were designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, respectively. Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a... 1
04:40, 23 August 2020 52666v.jpg (file) 713 KB M-Explorer The building and grounds were designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, respectively. Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a... 1
04:39, 23 August 2020 52665v.jpg (file) 502 KB M-Explorer The building and grounds were designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, respectively. Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a... 1
04:37, 23 August 2020 52588v.jpg (file) 679 KB M-Explorer Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a new Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center in the iconic tower building. Ca. 2018, Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Li... 1
04:37, 23 August 2020 52587v.jpg (file) 691 KB M-Explorer Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a new Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center in the iconic tower building. Ca. 2018, Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Li... 1
04:36, 23 August 2020 52586v.jpg (file) 673 KB M-Explorer Over the years, as mental health treatment changed, the complex deteriorated. As of 2018, renewal has begun with a new Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center in the iconic tower building. Ca. 2018, Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Li... 1
04:53, 22 August 2020 31654v.jpg (file) 492 KB M-Explorer The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, subsequently the Weston State Hospital, was a Kirkbride Plan psychiatric hospital operated from 1864 until 1994 by the government of West Virginia, in the city of Weston. Built by architect Richard Andrews, it was co... 1
04:51, 22 August 2020 31656v.jpg (file) 554 KB M-Explorer The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, subsequently the Weston State Hospital, was a Kirkbride Plan psychiatric hospital operated from 1864 until 1994 by the government of West Virginia, in the city of Weston. Built by architect Richard Andrews, it was co... 1
04:50, 22 August 2020 31655v.jpg (file) 447 KB M-Explorer The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, subsequently the Weston State Hospital, was a Kirkbride Plan psychiatric hospital operated from 1864 until 1994 by the government of West Virginia, in the city of Weston. Built by architect Richard Andrews, it was co... 1
04:41, 22 August 2020 51569v.jpg (file) 426 KB M-Explorer Ca. 2018, Courtesy of the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. 1
04:40, 22 August 2020 51568v.jpg (file) 265 KB M-Explorer Ca. 2018, Courtesy of the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. 1
04:37, 22 August 2020 51567v.jpg (file) 428 KB M-Explorer Ca. 2018, Courtesy of the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. 1
04:35, 22 August 2020 51566v.jpg (file) 505 KB M-Explorer Ca. 2018, Courtesy of the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. 1
04:05, 16 August 2020 58690v.jpg (file) 412 KB M-Explorer Caption: Opened as a psychiatric hospital and home for the indigent in 1919, the hospital held many people judged to be criminally insane. Over the years, during the increasing wave of "de-institutionalization" in favor of community-based care, the hos... 1
04:05, 16 August 2020 58689v.jpg (file) 463 KB M-Explorer Caption: Opened as a psychiatric hospital and home for the indigent in 1919, the hospital held many people judged to be criminally insane. Over the years, during the increasing wave of "de-institutionalization" in favor of community-based care, the hos... 1
04:04, 16 August 2020 58687v.jpg (file) 332 KB M-Explorer Caption: Opened as a psychiatric hospital and home for the indigent in 1919, the hospital held many people judged to be criminally insane. Over the years, during the increasing wave of "de-institutionalization" in favor of community-based care, the hos... 1
04:03, 16 August 2020 58686v.jpg (file) 592 KB M-Explorer Caption: Opened as a psychiatric hospital and home for the indigent in 1919, the hospital held many people judged to be criminally insane. Over the years, during the increasing wave of "de-institutionalization" in favor of community-based care, the hos... 1
04:03, 16 August 2020 58685v.jpg (file) 197 KB M-Explorer Caption: Opened as a psychiatric hospital and home for the indigent in 1919, the hospital held many people judged to be criminally insane. Over the years, during the increasing wave of "de-institutionalization" in favor of community-based care, the hos... 1
03:58, 16 August 2020 32431v.jpg (file) 453 KB M-Explorer Ca. 2015, Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. 1
03:57, 16 August 2020 32430v.jpg (file) 315 KB M-Explorer Ca. 2015, Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. 1
03:54, 16 August 2020 43060v.jpg (file) 709 KB M-Explorer Caption: The South Carolina State Hospital is a publicly-funded state-run psychiatric hospital. It had more than 1,000 patients in 1900, but with the transition of mental health facilities to community settings, it is now much smaller, occupying only a... 1
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