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==Pre-1854 Plans==
 
==Pre-1854 Plans==
  
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*These are Asylums built in the united States before Dr. Kirkbride had written and pushed his own mental hospital layout plans that included both architecture, grounds, and the treatment of patients within mental hospitals.
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*Some of these hospitals are based on early European ideas, regional ideas, and reformer ideas. 
 
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==Kirkbride Plan==
 
==Kirkbride Plan==

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