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"A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything." Nietzsche
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Little is known about these vulnerable women other than that they were patients between 1848 and 1858 and were from pauper backgrounds
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» These Photographic Portraits Of Victorian Mental Institution Patients Will Give You Chills [Photos]/Circa 1869. This patient, a young man, had to be restrained by two workers in the ward in order to get his patient identification photo for the asylum taken.
This had the caption, 'Mom locked in an insane asylum - note no doorknob.'
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