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Oversize ephemera. EPH+37.

  • Ephemera

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Description

Subject coverage includes: incontinence, constipation, laxatives, diarrhoea, Wapping Workhouse (1866), head lice, stone, urine analysis (Marienbad 1934), migraine (Glaxo Laboratories), diabetes, insulins chart (London Hospital 6th edition, July 1987), cerebral palsy, Multiple sclerosis (GLAMS newsletter, summer 2009 - for gays, lesbians, transsexuals and bisexuals afected by MS), Parkinson's disease, newspaper cuttings (1794-1826) about asylums (or mad-houses) Cornwall Lunatic Asylum (1829), East Riding Asylum (1879), City of London Asylum (1900?), Ayr District Asylum (1896), mental health (aimed at teenagers and gay and bisexual men), 1850s satirical broadside on "a malignant election fever", Down's syndrome, schizophrenia, autism, World Mental Health Day, executive stress, 1870 satirical broadside: 'The march to Bedlam' (Borough of Newcastle-on-Tyne), phrenology, S. Randolph and Frederick Bridges' phrenology charts (1858), portrait of Dr. Francis Joseph Gall, mental nursing proficiency certificate (Royal Medico-Psychological Association : 1930).

Physical description

1 folder ; 60 cm.

Languages

  • English


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