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A neat house with a picket fence in front.
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Title: Mrs. Packard's Home
From: Modern Persecution
Original caption: The Home from which Mrs. Packard was kidnapped in Manteno, Kankakee Co., Ill. "Stranger, please hand this letter to Mrs. Haslet!" See page 20.
Creator: n/a
Date: 1873
Format: Illustration
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.2, frontispiece
Keywords: Advocacy; Architecture; Asylums; Civil Liberties & Rights; Confinement; Correspondence; Elizabeth Packard; Expose; Family; Government Agencies; Health & Medicine; Identity; Illinois; Insanity; Institutions; Media; Psychiatric Disability; Social Welfare & Communities; Women & Gender
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

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- "George, We Have No Mother!" (still)
- "How Can I Live Without My Children!" (still)
- Dr. Andrew McFarland (still)
- Dr. McFarland's Self-Accusation (still)
- Dr. McFarland Punishing One-Armed Wyant (still)
- Enforcing The "Nonentity" Principle (still)
- Governor Carpenter Signs Bill (still)
- Illinois State Senate (still)
- Insane Asylum, Jacksonville, Illinois (still)
- Kidnapping Mrs. Packard (still)
- Modern Persecution, or Insane Asylums Unveiled (doc)
- Modern Persecution, or Married Woman's Liabilities (doc)
- Mr. Morrison's Interview With The Governor (still)
- Mrs. Packard's Home (still)
- Not Alienated (still)
- Popular Mode Of Curing Insanity! (still)
- Theophilus Packard In 1862 And 1872 (still)
- The Re-united Family (still)