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|}<center>The following nearly thirty minute video on [[Woodward State School & Hospital]] created by Ray Stewart of WOI-TV Ames, Iowa along with Iowa State University.  It is part of the "In Our Care," a 13 week series of documentaries filmed inside Iowa's state institutions. The series won the 1952 National Sylvania Television Award for Production Excellence.  The Minnesota Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities is responsible for uploading it to YouTube. </center></div>
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|}<center>The following short video, created by the New York Times and Kassie Bracken, documents the cemetery and history of [[Willard State Hospital]].</center></div>
 
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Revision as of 03:11, 10 November 2019

Featured Video

The following short video, created by the New York Times and Kassie Bracken, documents the cemetery and history of Willard State Hospital.