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Letchworth Village: The Newest State Institution For The Feeble-minded And Epileptic
During the past year an important piece of work has been accomplished, when it is considered that we are planning for a very large institution. Plans have been prepared for buildings which may be administered economically and which at the same time will present architectural beauty. Several principles laid down in the beginning have been rigidly adhered to.. . .The first was that the line of segregation between the sexes should be firmly drawn...
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Title: Letchworth Village: The Newest State Institution For The Feeble-minded And Epileptic
Creator: Charles S. Little (author)
Date: March 2, 1912
Format: Article
Publication: The Survey
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.27, pp.1869-1872
Keywords: Architecture; Attendants; Children; Cognitive Disability; Confinement; Diagnoses & Diseases; Disease; Doctors; Economics; Educational Institutions; Employment; Epilepsy; Feeblemindedness; Government; Health & Medicine; Institutions; Labor; Laws & Regulation; Leisure; Letchworth Village; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Medicine & Science; New York; Policy; Public Health & Welfare; Sexuality; Social Welfare & Communities; Sports; Women & Gender; Work
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Science, Health & Technology; Social Movements & Advocacy