Reasons for Asylum Admissions, 1870-1910

We’d all be in padded rooms!

23 thoughts on “Reasons for Asylum Admissions, 1870-1910”

  1. Reblogged this on Notes and commented:
    Minus murder, incest, sexual diseases, tuberculosis, orphan, physically deformed, excess of opium, unmarried mother, scarlet fever, small pox, brain fever, asthma, bloody flux, quackery, dropsy, wasting disease and falling off a horse (since I never rode one), I think I qualify 90% of these reasons to be sent to an asylum just in case I was born between 1870 and 1910.

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