RE­SOURCES

Take your re­search fur­ther

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine - - ASYLUM RECORDS -

BOOKS

Life in the Vic­to­rian Asy­lum

by Mark Stevens

Pen & Sword, 2014 Stevens’ book is an ex­cel­lent so­cial his­tory of Vic­to­rian asy­lums.

My An­ces­tor Was a Lu­natic

by Kathy Chater So­ci­ety of Ge­neal­o­gists, 2014

This is a use­ful guide to sources for re­searchers.

MU­SEUM BETH­LEM MU­SEUM OF THE MIND

a Beth­lem Royal Hospi­tal, Monks Or­chard Road, Beck­en­ham, Greater Lon­don BR3 3BX

t 0203 228 4227 w mu­se­u­mofthe­mind. org.uk

The mu­seum’s ar­chives are open week­days from 10am un­til 4pm by ap­point­ment.

WEB­SITES MEN­TAL HEALTH­CARE

w well­comeli­brary.org/ col­lec­tions/dig­i­tal­col­lec­tions/men­tal­health­care

Browse in­sti­tu­tions’ records from the 18th cen­tury to the 20th, in­clud­ing The Re­treat (see page 66).

MEN­TAL HEALTH HIS­TORY

w study­more.org.uk/ mh­h­tim.htm

This Mid­dle­sex Univer­sity re­source by An­drew Roberts is packed with in­for­ma­tion about the his­tory of men­tal health.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.