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Unknown Artist (British School), Elizabeth Tappenden, [Insane Asylum Patient], 1870s, Albumen silver print, from glass negative, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Anonymous Gift, 1997, Accession Number: 1997.28.3, LL/40608
Mental health and psychiatry
230.01   Introduction to mental health and psychiatry
230.02   Hugh Welch Diamond: Patients at Surrey County Asylum (ca. 1855)
230.03   The Physiognomy of Insanity, by Dr. Conolly. Photographs taken from Life. By Dr. Diamond (1858)
230.04   James Crichton-Browne: West Riding Lunatic Asylum, Wakefield, Yorkshire, Great Britain
230.05   Insane asylum patients (1870s)
230.06   Albert Londe: Female patients with mental illness
230.07   Désiré-Magloire Bourneville & Paul Régnard: Iconographie photographique de la Salpêtrière (1876-1880)
230.08   W. Eugene Smith: Man of Mercy (1954)
230.09   Jean-Philippe Charbonnier: Psychiatric hospitals (1954)
230.10   Diane Arbus: Book covers
230.11   Joy Christiansen: Family Gathering
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