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Curtain-Raiser: "A Genuine Investigation of Bloomingdale Asylum" - [Julius Chambers] - New York Tribune

Curtain-raiser and explanation for the undercover investigation of the Bloomingdale Lunatic Asylum by reporter Julius Chambers, to be published August 31, 1872. ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:08

I-"The Lunacy Law Tested" - Julius Chambers - New York Tribune

THE LUNACY LAW TESTED: HOW TO IMPRISON A SANE MAN AND WHAT IT COSTS MEDICAL SCIENCE AT FAULT--AN EXAMINATION CONFINED TO THE COUNTING OF THE PULSE-- AN EXPERT DECIDES A LUNACY CASE IN LESS THAN ONE MINUTE--A ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:25

II-"Among the Maniacs" - Julius Chambers - New York Tribune

AMONG THE MANIACS: FOUR DAYS IN THE EXCITED WARDS OF BLOOMINGDALE A NIGHT OF HORROR AMONG RAVING PATIENTS --SLEEP DISTURBED BY AGONIZED CRIES OF THE DANGEROUS IDIOTS--CLOSE CELLS, UNCOMFORTABLE BEDS AND CHAIRS, ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:02

Comment: "Lunacy Treatment" - Unsigned - New York Tribune

Unsigned Commentary on the Julius Chambers undercover investigation of the Bloomingdale Insane Asylum. ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:29

III-"Abuses of Lunatics" - Julius Chambers - New York Tribune

PUBLIC SENTIMENT AROUSED AND REFORM DEMANDED DEFECTIVE LUNACY LAWS IN MASSACHUSETTS FURTHER TESTIMONY OF VALUE HOW A $3,000 A YEAR PATIENT WAS TREATED PROPOSED LUNACY LEGISLATION NEWSPAPER COMMENTS A CLEAR CALM. ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:33

IV-"More About Bloomingdale" - Julius Chambers - New York Tribune

A WEEK'S EXPERIENCE IN THE QUIET WARDS A "SECOND-CLASS BOARDING-HOUSE" FOR COMPULSORY BOARDERS--FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE TREATMENT--A CLEAR PROFIT ON THE WEEKLY INCOME OF $947 A WEEK--ANXIETY OF ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:43

Comment: "Bloomingdale Once More" - Unsigned - New York Tribune

Unsigned A summation of the results of Julius Chambers' undercover investigation of the Bloomingdale Insane Asylum and the impact it was ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-10 10:47

Reaction: "Who Is This Insane Girl?" - Unsigned - New York Sun

She Is Pretty, Well Dressed and Speaks Spanish; She Wandered into Matron Stenard's Home for Women and Asked for a Pistol to Protect Herself ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-12 10:49

Reaction: "Friends Claim Nellie Marena" - Unsigned - New York Sun

Unsigned more coverage by the World's competitors of the mysterious insane girl. ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-09 14:35

Follow-up: "Playing MadWoman" - Unsigned - New York Sun

Nellie Bly Too Sharp for Island Doctors; Nine Days Life in Calico; The Sun Finishes Up Its Story of the "Pretty Crazy Girl"; Questioned, Prescribed for, Locked in a Bare Cell Every Night; Uniformed in ...

Published Article - brookekroeger - 2012-07-09 14:53