Circuit Riders for Mental Health: The Hogg Foundation in Twentieth-Century Texas

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Index
Abernathy, CL., 119, 121
Abilene State Hospital, 65, 68. See also mental hospitals
Alaska Mental Health Act, 103
American Psychiatric Association, 58, 63, 70,84,112,141
American Youth Commission, 26-27
Andrade, Erasmo, 144, 146
Andrade, Sally Jones, 144-149
anti-mental health movement, 102-110, 113,116
asylums, 4-5
Austin State Hospital, 5, 56, 60, 65-66, 68, 72, 76. See also mental hospitals
Austin State School, 56, 68, 78
Baker, Weaver H., 59-63
Bethea, James Á., 77-78
Bettis, Moody, 123
Big Spring State Hospital, 68. See also mental hospitals
Board of Texas State Hospitals and Special Schools, 57, 68-70, 73-82,112, 119, 123-124
Bonjean, Charles, 153-154
“Bridging the Gap,” 114-118
Briscoe, Dolph, 146
Brown, Bertram, 141
Butt, Mary Elizabeth, 79, 88
Calhoun, J.W., 21
Carnegie Corporation, 88, 90, 94
Carter, Jimmy, 149-151
Case of Cristal, The, 143-149
Coignard, Kristiana, 1-2
child guidance movement, 16-17
circuit riders, 3, 28, 32
Citizens’ Committee on Mental Health, 72-74, 77
Citizens for Human Development, 150
Clark, Kenneth, 106,125
Commonwealth Fund, 17-18,24
Community Mental Health Centers Act of 1963,113,118
Conference of Southwest Foundations, 87-94
Connally, John, 57, 82, 111, 114,120-121, 123-124,128, 131
Culler, Ralph, 143, 152-153
Cvetic, Matt, 103
Davis, king, 155-156
Delinquency in Three Cultures, 140
Deutsch, Albert, 57-58, 67
Diaz-Guerrero, Rogelio, 140, 142
Dicks, Russell, 60
DiDomenico, Lucille, 92
Ebaugh, Franklin G., 34
Erikson, Erik, 104
Ewalt, Jack, 63-65, 68,112
Felix, Robert, 33-34, 80, 86, 141
Ford, Hamilton, 74-75
Ford Foundation, 103,125-127
Fowler, Adrian, 143

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction - Out of Sight, out of Mind 1
  • 1 - "A Mental Health Program for the People of Texas" 9
  • 2 - Spreading the Gospel of Mental Health in the 1940s and 1950s 29
  • 3 - "A Real Revolution in Mental Health Concepts" 56
  • 4 - Branching out 85
  • 5 - "This Most Urgent of All Health Problems" 111
  • 6 - The Unfinished Revolution, 1970-2000 136
  • Epilogue - People First 155
  • Notes 159
  • Bibliography 191
  • Index 199
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