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From one story in a four-part series on Mental Illness that Esther Bubley photographed for the Ladies' Home Journal in 1949

From one story in a four-part series on Mental Illness that Esther Bubley photographed for the Ladies' Home Journal in 1949

Here's an interesting one. Freda's mother Rose Batten (Rosa) on the right. Rose's sister Ida Batten (aunt Ida) on the left. The man in the middle is Joe Riffie. Taken in front of the Weston State Hospital where they all worked. If you don't know about the Weston State hospital.. check it out, very interesting.. not to mention it was one the main employers in Weston for many years. www.abandonedonline.net/hospitals/weston-state-hospital/

Here's an interesting one. Freda's mother Rose Batten (Rosa) on the right. Rose's sister Ida Batten (aunt Ida) on the left. The man in the middle is Joe Riffie. Taken in front of the Weston State Hospital where they all worked. If you don't know about the Weston State hospital.. check it out, very interesting.. not to mention it was one the main employers in Weston for many years. www.abandonedonline.net/hospitals/weston-state-hospital/

Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital, Dormitory bedroom, 1892, Michigan Asylum for the Insane, USA

Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital, Dormitory bedroom, 1892, Michigan Asylum for the Insane, USA

The abandoned Mead building, Yankton, South Dakota. This state hospital was built by patients at the turn of the last century. Dr. Mead designed all the buildings around his treatment methods. Basically, in the day, this facility was known as an insane asylum. Later, a minimal security prison.

The abandoned Mead building, Yankton, South Dakota. This state hospital was built by patients at the turn of the last century. Dr. Mead designed all the buildings around his treatment methods. Basically, in the day, this facility was known as an insane asylum. Later, a minimal security prison.

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