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|Body= This state hospital was built to house criminally insane men. As of 2008 [[Farview State Hospital]] is owned by the PA Dept of Corrections and is known as the State Correctional Institution at Waymart.
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|Body= [[Nevada State Hospital]] was established in 1885, it was the third asylum in Missouri. Over the years the building lost most of it's distinctive features and ornamentation. In 1991 it was closed and in 1999 it was demolished. The hospital is still active with other buildings on the campus.
 
 
Pressed into operation ahead of schedule following the Camp Hill riot, the joint on-site operation of a state prison and state mental health facility was unique. In October 1995, Farview State Hospital was transferred from the Department of Public Welfare to the Department of Corrections.
 
 
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Revision as of 04:52, 10 May 2010

Featured Image Of The Week

Vivkis Fred Bell jpeg 21.jpg
Nevada State Hospital was established in 1885, it was the third asylum in Missouri. Over the years the building lost most of it's distinctive features and ornamentation. In 1991 it was closed and in 1999 it was demolished. The hospital is still active with other buildings on the campus.