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HOAX --'Unidentified boy at the Slipshod Home for Feeble Minded Children. This was one of the Sisters' means of testing endurance.' - There never was a Slipshod Home for Feeble Minded Children, this is simply an odd photo with a made up story. Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Henry Darger, Mental Asylum, Bizarre, Our Lady, Illustrations, The Past

Unidentified boy at the Slipshod Home for Feeble Minded Children. This was one of the Sisters' means of testing endurance.

My Daguerreotype Boyfriend, the mentally ill poet. Émile Nelligan, age 20 in First published at this French-Canadian poet suffered a mental breakdown the same year this photograph was taken. He never recovered. Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Look Vintage, Vintage Men, Foto Face, Dorian Gray

My Daguerreotype Boyfriend

Émile Nelligan, age 20 in 1899. First published at 16, this French-Canadian poet suffered a mental breakdown the same year this photograph was taken. He never recovered. Submitted by Anna

Before the mid-eighteen hundreds, common belief was that those who suffered from… Mental Asylum, Insane Asylum, Paranormal, Psychiatric Hospital, Abandoned Asylums, Mental Health Care, Medical History, Interesting History, Women In History

Women's History Then & Now - Madness

Women do not suffer from mental illness because they are the weaker sex, but rather due to men's fear of loosing power and female suppression.

3 Female patients in Ohio Insane Asylum, 2 seated, 1 on floor. The Crow, Insane Asylum Patients, Mental Asylum, Old Hospital, Psychiatric Hospital, Abandoned Asylums, Medical History, Mental Illness, Decir No

Female Patients In Ohio Insane Asylum. | Stock Photos | Royalty Free | Royalty Free Photos

Female Patients In Ohio Insane Asylum. Stock Photos - Royalty Free Photography Images and Photos at Visualphotos.com. Download stock images, royalty free photography

A female survivor at Hadamar. She had been committed to the facility five years earlier after being judged insane because she had a Jewish boyfriend. Women In History, World History, World War Ii, Non Plus Ultra, Psychiatric Hospital, Mental Health Care, Medical History, Interesting History, T 4

A female survivor at Hadamar. She had been committed to the facility five years earlier after being judged insane because she had a Jewish boyfriend.

 Aside from this photo, the family did not speak of this cousin, interred in the attic as a child, and later an asylum. (caption authored by Fritz die Spinne, and is pure fiction) Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Insane Asylum Patients, Mental Asylum, Human Oddities, Abandoned Asylums, Mental Illness

Unknown Cousin Fluesnoot. Aside from this photo, the family did not speak of this cousin, interred in the attic as a child, and later an asylum.

miss-catastrofes-naturales: “ Vincent van Gogh’s room in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Paul-de Mausole in Saint-Remy ” Vincent Van Gogh, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Buildings, Psychiatric Hospital, Insane Asylum, Abandoned Hospital, Psy Art, Portraits

Vincent van Gogh’s room in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Paul-de Mausole in Saint-Remy with an iron bed and chair.

John Thomas Straffen was a British serial killer who was the longest-serving prisoner in British legal history. Straffen killed two young girls in the summer of He was found to be unfit to plead and committed to Broadmoor; during a brief escape in 1 John Thomas, John Wayne, Psychiatric Hospital, Insane Asylum, Evil People, Two Girls, Criminal Minds, Serial Killers, Crime

Best Aftermarket Cars Stereos - Big Boy Car Toys

When it comes to best aftermarket car stereos, it can be a bit difficult to put it all together. There are quite a few factors to keep in mind when piecing the gear into a complete car audio system to...

Carrie and Emma Buck at the Virginia Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded, taken by A. Estabrook the day before the Buck v. Bell trial in Virginia History Of Down Syndrome, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr, Mental Asylum, Medical History, Epilepsy, Interesting History, Supreme Court, World History

Carrie and Emma Buck at the Virginia Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded, taken by A.H. Estabrook the day before the Buck v. Bell trial in Virginia :: CSHL DNA Learning Center

William Hogarth A Rake's Progress, Plate 8 (The Rake in Bedlam), Etching and Engraving, x 41 cm. Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main. William Hogarth, Mental Asylum, Insane Asylum, Bedlam Asylum, Städel Museum, Asile, Psychiatric Hospital, Francisco Goya, Macabre

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A new book examines how madness was treated and lived among Londoners for centuries.