A Case of HysteriaMain MenuThe Altogether Shocking History of Women’s Mental HealthThe Anatomy of InsanityThe Wandering WombTheater Of The HystericsFather Freud Knows BestThis Place Will Make You CrazyThe Water CureHysterical ParoxysmThis Lobotomy Won't Hurt A BitShe Must Be MadShock The Pain AwayJust A Touch Of ElectricityThe Inmates Aren't Running The AsylumStories From The SanatoriumAgnes RichardsThe Ladies of RockhavenBaby BluesMaybe She's Born With ItStay Subservient!The Cost of Going Crazy in CaliforniaTill Commitment Do We PartAdditional Artifacts from Patton State Hospital, ca. 1930-1950Anne-Marie Maxwell
A Home For Inebriates And The Insane
12020-04-01T14:57:22-07:00Anne-Marie Maxwell326ac6eff123bb3f77fb517c66299be8b435b4793698013plain9782612020-04-22T15:21:41-07:00Curtis Fletcher3225f3b99ebb95ebd811595627293f68f680673eIn 1893, the Southern California State Asylum for the Insane and Inebriates opened in San Bernardino County. The facility was built in the fashion of the popular Kirkbride plan, which called for a central administration building to be flanked by separate wings for male and female inmates, and for gardens and walking paths to offer exercise and fresh air. Early incarcerated “inmates” were wards of the state—deemed insane by state-appointed “lunacy” commissioners. The asylum was renamed Patton State Hospital after Board of Managers member Harry Patton in 1927. Today it houses approximately 1,500 patients affected by a range of disorders, including sexually violent predators and those deemed criminally insane. Patton has an army of doctors and staff members providing around-the-clock care and protection, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, therapists, nurses, dieticians, police, kitchen and custodial workers, groundskeepers, spiritual leaders, and other clinical and administrative staff.
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1media/56c-M_thumb.jpg2020-04-17T11:42:36-07:00Anne-Marie Maxwell326ac6eff123bb3f77fb517c66299be8b435b479Pictorial History of Patton’s First One Hundred Years, ca. 19931Patton State Hospital Museummedia/56c-M.jpgplain2020-04-17T11:42:36-07:001257482020041520200415125748Anne-Marie Maxwell326ac6eff123bb3f77fb517c66299be8b435b479