The Rise of Mental Health Nursing: A History of Psychiatric Care in Dutch Asylums, 1890-1920

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List of Abbreviations
ACC Association for Christian Care (See VCV)
AG Archief van de Godshuizen (Archives of the Godshouses)
AHVZ Archief Haarlemse Vereniging voor Ziekenverpleging (Archives of the Association of Nursing at Haarlem)
AN Archief Nosokómos (Archive Nosokómos)
ANAB Algemene Nederlandse Ambtenaren Bond (Dutch League of Civil Servants)
ANBZ Archief Nederlandse Bond voor Ziekenverpleging (Archive of the Dutch Nurses' Association)
APZF Archief van het Psychiatrisch Ziekenhuis Franeker (Archives of the Psychiatric Hospital Franeker)
AS Archieven van de Inspecteurs van het Staatstoezicht op Krankzinningen and Krankzinningengestichten (Archives of the State Inspectors of the Insane and Lunatic Asylums)
ATC Archief van de Toezichthoudende Colleges over de Provinciale Ziekenhuizen in Noord-Holland (Archives of the Supervisory Colleges of the Provincial Hospitals in North Holland)
CBZ Christelijke Bond voor Ziekenverpleging (Christian Nurses' Association)
GA Gemeentearchief Amsterdam (Amsterdam Municipal Archives)
GAF Gemeentearchief Franeker (Franeker Municipal Archives)
GAH Gemeentearchief Haarlem (Haarlem Municipal Archives)
HAV Historisch Archief Veldwijk (Veldwijk Historical Archives)
HDNP Historisch Documentatiecentrum voor het Nederlands Protestantisme (Historical Documentation Center for Dutch Protestantism)
HVZ Haarlemse Vereniging voor Ziekenverpleging (Association of Nursing at Haarlem)
ICN International Council of Nurses
IISG Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (International Institute of Social History)
JvF Beredeneerd (Jaar)Verslag omtrent het Geneeskundig Gesticht voor Krankzinnigen te Franeker (Annual Report, Franeker)
JvMB (Jaar)Verslag betreffende het Gesticht “Meerenberg” (Annual Reports, Meerenberg)
JvVB Jaarverslag Voorburg (Annual Reports, Voorburg)

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