Who was Admitted to a Mental Hospital 100 Years Ago?
In 1880 there were 450 certified patients at the Suffolk Lunatic Asylum with a staff of 50 keepr/tradesmen. At the end of this paper I shall observe the position in relation to the number of patients and staff 100 years later.
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