☞ MD ☆☆☆ ☤ MD ☞✪ Before the "major tranquilizers" -- Patient in a continuous bath at Pilgrim State Hospital, 1936 by Alfred Eisenstaedt.
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Mary Mallon is also known as Typhoid Mary. From 1901-1907, she cooked for a number of families spreading Typhoid throughout N.Y. In 1907 she was quarantined, but was released in 1910 under the condition that she never again work as a cook. In 1915, an outbreak of typhoid fever was traced to a hospital cook: "Mrs. Brown." This turned out to be Mary Mallon cooking under an assumed name. She was immediately sent back to North Brother Island, where she was forced to remain for the rest of her…
Carte postale d’une fillette et d’une tête de poupée de cire (postcard of a girl and a wax doll head)
In London 2010, a Black Nigerian couple gave birth to a Blue Eyed, Blonde, White (nonalbino) baby. DNA tests confirms the mother and father are the biological parents. The parents have no known white ancestors.
Unmarked graves at a state asylum. They were once someones child, sibling, parent, or friend. So sad.
Harold Whittles hears for the first time ever after a doctor places an earpiece in his left ear.
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Pilgram Psychiatric Center This Long Island asylum is most famous for its sheer size -- housing about 14,000 patients during its peak in the 1950s. The massive facility also featured a firehouse, a power plant, a bakery and a working farm. Pilgram's treatment techniques become more aggressive with an increasing population. In addition to lobotomies and electroshock therapy, doctors at Pilgrim violently induced patients into comas using large doses of insulin and metrozol