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University of Delaware Library - Special Collections Department [Contact Us]
1840-1868
Creator:
Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.
Extent: 0.41 linear feet (3 volumes)
Opened in 1829, Eastern State Penitentiary introduced a revolutionary system of incarceration, dubbed the Pennsylvania System, in which solitary confinement served as a form of rehabilitation. This collection consists of three volumes of patient information kept at the infirmary of the Eastern State Penitentiary from 1840 to 1868. The volumes present monthly summaries of cases, and provide some remarks based on post mortem examinations. (View full finding aid.)
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Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania medical log books
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Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.
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UDEL.MSS.096.Item 126
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0.41 linear feet (3 volumes)
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1840-1868
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Opened in 1829, Eastern State Penitentiary introduced a revolutionary system of incarceration, dubbed the Pennsylvania System, in which solitary confinement served as a form of rehabilitation. This collection consists of three volumes of patient information kept at the infirmary of the Eastern State Penitentiary from 1840 to 1868. The volumes present monthly summaries of cases, and provide some remarks based on post mortem examinations.
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University of Delaware Library - Special Collections Department [Contact Us]
1782-1832
Creator:
Lenox, David, 1753-1828
Extent: 1 linear feet
Major David Lenox (1753-1828) served in the Revolutionary War and later became a successful merchant, Federal marshal, diplomat, and banker in Philadelphia. This collection consists of one linear foot of correspondence relating to David Lenox's career following the Revolutionary War. In particular, these letters focus on land speculation, duties in the Whiskey Rebellion, executorship of estates, banking, personal business and household receipts, and records relating to the settlement of his estate. (View full finding aid.)
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Major David Lenox papers
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Lenox, David, 1753-1828
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UDEL.MSS.649
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1 linear feet
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1782-1832
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Major David Lenox (1753-1828) served in the Revolutionary War and later became a successful merchant, Federal marshal, diplomat, and banker in Philadelphia. This collection consists of one linear foot of correspondence relating to David Lenox's career following the Revolutionary War. In particular, these letters focus on land speculation, duties in the Whiskey Rebellion, executorship of estates, banking, personal business and household receipts, and records relating to the settlement of his estate.
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