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In 1986, the Texas State Lunatic Asylum no longer wanted to keep Chenar's collection.
It was renamed Glasgow Royal Lunatic Asylum 10 years later before moving out of the city centre as care was relocated.
The Athens Lunatic Asylum is now called The Ridges.
West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum Through Time by Mark Davis is published by Amberley Publishing and costs PS14.
Psychiatry, social issues and American history shelves alike will find ASYLUM ON THE HILL: HISTORY OF A HEALING LANDSCAPE to be a powerful college-level survey of a revolution in mental illness care as seen through the history and example of the Athens Lunatic Asylum.
In the 19th century, the Athens Lunatic Asylum in Ohio was part of the vanguard of a revolutionary approach to the treatment of the mentally ill.
The Shelton Hospital in Shrewsbury - then the Salop and Montgomery Lunatic Asylum - admitted its first patients in 1845.
June features Worcester City and County Pauper Lunatic Asylum in Powick.
Their last acclaimed venture West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum went to number one and has, to date, sold over a million copies worldwide.
Certainly, if any English political party were to call itself the Family of Anglo-Saxons or Knights of the Round Table, one would be reaching for either some anti-racism legislation, or the key to the lunatic asylum.
Kasabian's record label, Sony, is also hoping it will give the band's third album, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, a huge new boost all around the globe.
One of a handful of surviving early "lunatic asylums" in Canada, the Rockwood Lunatic Asylum in Kingston stands as mute testimony to the thousands of unfortunate people who spent years--or even most of their lives--institutionalized in miserable circumstances throughout North America.