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Dr. Nichols and friends by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

Dr. Nichols and friends by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

Old South Church in Boston in 1897

Old South Church in Boston in 1897

Here are some patients in a sauna. It was once believed that mental illness could be cured by steamed baths. Photo taken around 1910 - Frightening Look At The Old Insane Asylums  Best of Web Shrine

Here are some patients in a sauna. It was once believed that mental illness could be cured by steamed baths. Photo taken around 1910 - Frightening Look At The Old Insane Asylums Best of Web Shrine

Dr. Eugène Doyen wearing a sterile dress. Dr. Doyen (1859 – 1916) was a French surgeon who introduced several surgical techniques and medical instruments, and was a pioneer in the use of electrosurgery and electrocoagulation.

Dr. Eugène Doyen wearing a sterile dress. Dr. Doyen (1859 – 1916) was a French surgeon who introduced several surgical techniques and medical instruments, and was a pioneer in the use of electrosurgery and electrocoagulation.

Main entrance, Maassachusetts state infirmary, Tewkesbury Mass by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

Main entrance, Maassachusetts state infirmary, Tewkesbury Mass by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

Willard Plan - Asylum Projects Tewksbury State Hospital

Willard Plan - Asylum Projects Tewksbury State Hospital

Tuberculosis Postcard by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

Tuberculosis Postcard by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

Memorial Stadium in Washington DC.   Original caption: 10/1/1939- Visalia, CA: Dr, F.H. Redwell and Mrs. Clarise Tucker, nurse both of the state department of public health, immunizing a squatter family for small-pox and typhoid fever. Back of station wagon serves as shelf for medical equipment.

Memorial Stadium in Washington DC. Original caption: 10/1/1939- Visalia, CA: Dr, F.H. Redwell and Mrs. Clarise Tucker, nurse both of the state department of public health, immunizing a squatter family for small-pox and typhoid fever. Back of station wagon serves as shelf for medical equipment.

1892 Sitting Room in Asylum of Tewksbury Amshouse by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

1892 Sitting Room in Asylum of Tewksbury Amshouse by PublicHealthMuseum, via Flickr

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