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The Inmates of Willard 1870 to 1900 / A Genealogy Resource

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Matteawan State Hospital, State Asylum for Insane Criminals – Men & Women.
Beacon, Dutchess County, New York.
1916 Matteawan State Hospital.

1. South Flank Pavilions-Matteawan 1. South Flank Pavilions-Matteawan

2. Administration Building-Matteawan 2. Administration Building-Matteawan

3. Entrance Hallway-Matteawan 3. Entrance Hallway-Matteawan

4. South Interior Court-Matteawan 4. South Interior Court-Matteawan

5. Matteawan 5. Matteawan

6. Public Kitchen-Matteawan 6. Public Kitchen-Matteawan

7. Laundry Building-Matteawan 7. Laundry Building-Matteawan

8. Boiler House and Dynamo Building-Matteawan 8. Boiler House and Dynamo Building-Matteawan

9. Front View-Matteawan 9. Front View-Matteawan

Twenty-Third Annual Report Of The Medical Superintendent Of The State Asylum For Insane Criminals, Matteawan, N.Y., For the Year Ending September 30, 1892.
[Post-Office, Fishkill-On-The-Hudson.]

OFFICERS OF THE ASYLUM 1892.
Manager:
Hon. AUSTIN LATHROP, Superintendent Of State Prisons.

Resident Officers:
H.E. ALLISON, M.D., Medical Superintendent. 

J. ELVIN COURTNEY, M.D., First Assistant Physician.
LUTHER C. JONES, M.D., Second Assistant Physician.
JAMES F. HOWELL, Steward.
R.B. LAMB, M.D., Resident Clinical Assistant.

REPORT.
Hon. Austin Lathrop, Superintendent of State Prisons:

Sir.— The following pages which, in accordance…

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