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Box 2

 Container

Contains 87 Results:

Report of preliminary neuro-psychiatric examination by Karl M. Bowman, M.D. of Boston, and H. S. Hulbert, M.D. of Chicago, 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 1
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

The Loeb-Leopold case - speech of Clarence Darrow - transcript [incomplete], 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 2
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

Report of Dr. Bernard Glueck - the Franks case - a psychiatric diagnosis and interpretation of the two defendants, 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 3
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

Dr. Glueck's notes on defendants, 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 4
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

Data and opinion in the case of Nathan F. Leopold, Jr., by William Healy, M.D., 14 July 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 5
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 14 July 1924

William Healy's notes from examination of Leopold and Loeb, 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

Testimony of Dr. William Healy - transcript [incomplete], 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 7
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

The Franks case - a psychiatric diagnosis and interpretation of the two defendants - William A. White, 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 8
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

Mental status of Richard Loeb - report, 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 9
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924

Joint report - Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - by William A. White, William Healy, Bernard Glueck, Ralph C. Hamill [incomplete], 1924

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 10
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1924