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Psychiatric hospital care -- History -- Sources

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Rebecca Singer Collins papers

Identifier: HC.MC-1196

Letters and diaries of Rebecca Singer Collins (1804-1892), a nineteenth-century Quaker well known for her religious philanthropic work.

Dates: 1824-1886

Cope-Evans Family papers

Identifier: HC.MC-1170

Letters (with accompanying poetry, acrostics, drawings, clippings, etc.), marriage certificates, photographs, friendship book, estate related papers, account books, and computer disks. Primarily letters of the closely related Quaker families of Cope and Evans of Germantown (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); other families include Brown, Drinker, and Haines.

Dates: 1732-1911

Rebecca Osborn papers

Identifier: HC.MC-1295
Abstract This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Rebecca Osborn, a Quaker author, poet, and social worker. A prolific writer, Osborn wrote and published both personal reflective pieces about her own life as well as articles about psychology, family matters, and poems. In her writings, Osborn speaks frankly about her personal difficulities, including her time in a psychiatric hosptial and her long divorce. This collection shows the full breadth of Osborn's life and work, from...
Dates: 1914-2013

Jayne Tuttle Wilhelm and Paul A. Wilhelm Collected Papers

Identifier: SCPC-CDG-A-Wilhelm, Paul and Jane Tuttle Wilhelm

Paul A. Wilhelm (1916- ) served in three Civilian Public Service Units: Camp 3, Patapsco, Md.; Camp 52, Powelsville Maryland; and Camp 49, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) State Hospital. He registered as a Baptist conscientious objector but became a Quaker after his marriage to C. Jayne Tuttle in 1943.

Dates: 1934-1978