1920s State Board of Charitable Institutions Documents and Reports

1923 survey of the Penal and Charitable Institutions by the State Board of Charities and Corrections. This survey examined ways to increase the efficacy of the treatment and care of inmates



1927 Report of Industries and Character of Work Performed at Each Institution, the Number of Patients at Work, and Plans for the Future



1923 Reports of State Board of Health and Medical Advisory Staff



1923 Replying to Recommendations of the State Board of Health at Eastern State Hospital



Report of The State Institution for the Feeble-Minded



Contributed by Phil Tkacz | contact@kyhi.org


⁘ Works Cited ⁘

  1. Kentucky State Board of Control (Frankfort, Kentucky). Reports of the State Board of Control for Charitable and Penal Institutions to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1919-1929. Volume 1, OCLC 22134071. Special Collections, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, KY.

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