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    Eighty-Fourth Annual Report OF THE South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane For the Year Nineteen Hundred and Seven

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    NINETY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE FOR THE YEAR 1919

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    Eighty-Second Annual Report OF THE South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane FOR THE Year 1905

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    NINETIETH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE FOR THE YEAR 1913

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    Eighty-Third Annual Report of the South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane For the Year Nineteen Hundred and Six

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    EIGHTIETH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, FOR THE YEAR 1903.

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    NINETY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE FOR THE YEAR 1916

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    NINETY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE FOR THE YEAR 1918

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    EIGHTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL for the INSANE FOR THE YEAR NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINE

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population

    TWENTIETH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE FOR THE YEAR 1914

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    The South Carolina State Hospital, first named the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, was completed in 1828 in Columbia as one of the first asylums in the county built expressly for the mentally ill and funded by the state government. The State Hospital published an annual report on its activities, needs, and goals. Detailed statistics are often provided on the patient population
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