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Structure Type: built http://suntocomthe.ml/season/i-just-can-believe.php - public buildings - health and welfare buildings; built works - public buildings pancreatic cancer risk hospitals. Curlett architect. This sprawling complex of brick, Romanesque buildings was opened in to serve the mentally ill and addicted in rural San Bernardino County, in what was called the city of Highland, later known as Patton.
Placing the huge institution in a secluded rural area served several purposes. First, it enabled state lawmakers to cash in on any land that they may have owned in the area. Second, a rural atmosphere was seen as more therapeutic for the mentally ill than congested, distracting and confusing urban areas.
Third, it removed the mentally-ill person from population centers where there presence was disturbing. This was c true at a time when little was known about mental illness, and treatments ranged from faddist cures to bizarre "therapeutic" processes. Inthe CA State Department of Mental Health managed the far-flung facility, the main State-run forensic patton hospital patton the region.
Inthis homeopathic hospital was a large-scale, public institution, its property consisting of a main building, a Mediterranean Revival Convalescent Building and a small cluster patton well-ventilated, gable-roofed, tuberculosis pavilions. At this time, the entire 2,bed complex treated 2, patients with a relatively high 6. PCAD Toggle navigation. Close Save changes. Postcard view of the California State Hospital, Patton, c.
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