Mental Health Care in Modern England: The Norfolk Lunatic Asylum/St. Andrew's Hospital C. 1810-1998

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Primary sources used At Norfolk County Record Office

Minutes of Committee of Visiting Magistrates, Norfolk Lunatic Asylum Oct. 1813—July 1890, SAH 2—11 Minutes of Committee of Visitors, Norfolk County Asylum (Mental Hospital) Aug. 1890—Feb. 1923, SAH 12—15 Minutes of Committee of Visitors, St Andrew's Hospital March 1923—Nov. 1931, SAH 16

Minutes of Committee of Visitors to consider Special Business July 1903—Dec. 1931, SAH 19—24

Annual Reports 1844—5, 1850—76 SAH 28; 1877—86, SAH 29; 1887—96, SAH 30; 1897—1905, SAH 31; 1906—21, SAH 32; 1922—33, SAH 33; 1934—8, SAH 34; 1949—63, SAH 35; 1967, SAH 36.

Patients Maintenance Ledgers May 1814—Oct. 1824, SAH 52.

Wages Books 1854—90, SAH 75; 1910—12, SAH 79. 1940—5 (female), SAH 93.

Master's Journals and Report Books May 1814—March 1843, SAH 123—127. Superintendent's Journals April 1843—June 1861, SAH 128—130. Medical Superintendent's Journals July 1861—March 1927, SAH 131—136.

Visiting Justices' Report Books (Committee of Management 1948—) July 1814—Aug. 1844, SAH 137 Aug. 1844—April 1868, SAH 138 May 1868—Jan. 1903, SAH 139 Jan. 1903—Oct. 1955, SAH 140.

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