Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, 
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This pamphlet is dated, calling for Friends to support the movement for bringing the mentally ill into full fellowship with all. It maintains that in the care of the mentally ill, the caring person can give help crucial to recovery that medical treatment cannot. It includes some history of Quaker treatment of mentally ill people, including Quaker COs assigned as attendants in state mental hospitals, who contributed to the transformation of the treatment of the mentally ill.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 102
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