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absence, unauthorized, 6 see also escapes abuse, allegations of, 69 Adams, John, 109 admission records, 9 after-care for mentally deficient, 678, 74 for mentally ill, 10923 age structure, workhouse, 83 agency of mentally deficient, 71, 72 of mentally ill patients, 78 of prisoners, 7 in public libraries, 134 air, need for, 212, 26, 33, 57, 87 airing courts, 11, 557, 58 alcohol consumption excessive, 54 and insanity, 114 in workhouse, 86, 87 Alderson, Charles, 48 Alexandra Orphanage (Hornsey Rise), 21 alienists, 7, 56, 58, 59, 63 see also psychiatrists All the Year Round, 98 Allen, William, 105 Allpress, Flowers, 48 Altman, Irwin, 20 Andover workhouse, 37 Andrews, Jonathan, 52, 53 apomorphine,71 apprenticeships, 83 Archbishop Tenisons Library and School, 80, 81 architecture and design asylums, 513, 54, 56, 59, 61, 106

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halls of residence, 157, 15961, 166 public libraries, 1301, 133, 134 Rowton Houses, 934 universities, 157 armed forces accommodation for, 2 and masculinity, 14 privacy and privilege, 24 servicemens accommodation, 1445 and social identity, 12 women in, 13, 14, 14154 Army Council, 144 art, displayed in Rowton Houses, 967 Ashby, Eric, 165 assaults in prisons, 27 in Rowton Houses, 105 in workhouses, 88 Association for the Improvement of the Infirmaries of Workhouses, 389 asylums, 2, 4, 5, 6, 5164 airing courts/exercise yards, 11, 55, 57, 58 architecture and design, 513, 54, 56, 59, 61, 106 continuity of care after discharge, 111, 11819 county, 3 depictions of interiors, 18 economy and self-sufficiency, 54 furnishing and decoration, 10, 11, 58, 59, 60, 64 gardens, 11 gender in, 14, 52, 53 girls from Waverley Park discharged to, 74

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Residential Institutions in Britain, 17251970 bedsteads, iron, 21 beer, for sick, 38, 42, 43 behaviour institutions designed to influence, 4, 8 regulation of, 6 space and regulation of, 558 violent, 27, 77, 88, 105 see also resistance behavioural problems, 68, 69, 87 Bentham, Jeremy, 5 Berwick, George, 85 Bethnal Green workhouse, 39 Beveridge, Allan, 122 Bexley asylum, 8, 5364 Birmingham University, 156 The Birth of the Clinic (Foucault), 52 Black, Alistair, 133 Black, John, xii, 6, 8, 9, 7991 Bland, Lucy, 154 blasphemy, 86 Blunt, Alison, 30 Board of Control for Scotland, 67, 68, 69, 70, 76, 77 Board of Lunacy, 69 boarding schools, 4 Boer Wars, 2, 61, 143 bondage, 42 Booth, Charles, 18 Borough of Marylebone Mercury, 49 Borsay, Anna, 65 borstals, 3 Boulton, Jeremy, xii, 6, 8, 9, 7991 Bourdieu, P., 36 box beds, 21 Boyd, Kelly, 154 bribes, 86, 87 Bridewell penal institution, 85, 87, 88 Bristol University, 156 Brown, Alyson, 7 Brown, James, 7 bullying, at Waverley Park, 72 Burdett, Henry, 56 Burleigh, Horace W., 103 cadging, 1056 Calder, Anna, 72 Caldwell House Certified Institution, 74

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bachelor life, 98 Bailey, Peter, 136 Baird, Jane, 72 Baldovan Asylum, 66 Baldwin, Stanley, 156 Bard family, 115 Barnardo, Thomas, 24, 30 barracks, 4, 143, 145, 150 Barrett, Jane, 88 Barter, Edwin James, 47 bastardy, 87, 889 bathrooms, 19 librarians, 131 see also washing facilities Battersea Library, 130 bed, being sent to, 76 bed-sharing, 82, 88 Bedlam, 90 bedrooms halls of residence, 151, 152, 161 pictorial representation of, 21 WAAC, 148 see also sleeping spaces

London County Council, 5164 and mentally defective children, 66 nursing in, 57, 59, 612, 63 patient numbers, 54 private madhouses, 82, 88 proliferation of, 534, 63, 80 relapse and readmission, 118, 119, 122 resistance in, 78 role of Victorian, 534 Scottish, 73 segregation in, 55 as shelters for women, 116, 120, 122 shift to mental hospitals, 52, 5963 single accommodation for difficult patients, 24 space in, 910 stigma of, 59 villa system, 12, 512, 59, 60, 61, 63 voices of residents, 9 see also mental hospitals Attfield, Judy, 10, 94 Australia, asylums in, 52 Ayahs Home (Hackney), 26, 27, 29 Ayr District Asylum, 62

Index Cambridge University, 155, 156, 157, 158, 163, 164, 165, 166 Camden Town Rowton House, 1, 13, 93 Campbell, Agnes, 73 camps, WAAC, 141, 144, 148, 150, 153, 154 cancer, 39 carceral institutions, 4, 5, 6 control and resistance, 68 voluntary entry, 8 Cardiff University, 162, 164 care homes childrens, 6 for mentally deficient girls, 6577 Careless, Mrs, 110 Carmarthen Gaol, 7 Carnegie, Thomas, 127 carpets, 58, 64, 160 Casella, Eleanor Conlin, 3 Cavallo, Sandra, 3, 11 Central Association for Mental Welfare Public Health Congress, 116 Chadwick, Edwin, 36 Channon, John, 45 charity for convalescent mental patients, 10923 depictions of shelter interiors, 18 Waverley Park as, 73 Charity Organization Review, 105 Chelsea public library, 130 Chesler, Phyllis, 62 children abuse of, 88 access to relatives, 734 disabled, 65 institutions for, 6 mentally deficient, 6577 in workhouse, 79, 83, 84 Children Act (1908), 67 childrens homes for mentally deficient, 6577 modelled on ideal family, 12 outdoor space in, 11 cholera, 39 Christmas, 35 church attendance, 73, 86 Church of England, halls of residence, 158 cinema visits, 73 citizenship

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definitions of, 65 and feeble-minded, 73, 77 civic buildings, libraries as, 126, 127 civic pride, 69 civic universities, 8, 12, 13, 125, 15566 Clapham library, 131 Clark, Anna, 7 Clark, Frank, 104 class 19th-century class relationships, 95 and design of institutions, 19 and environment, 27 identity, 19 influence of institutions on, 1213, 15 and interior spaces, 18 and librarians, 127, 1334, 136 and WAAC recruitment, 143 in workhouse, 82, 867 Claybury asylum, 8, 538, 61 Clicker, Henry William, 45 clothing asylum patients, 10 burning of foul, 86 in Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 43 and identity, 13, 19 selling as rags, 712 tearing of, 7 in Waverley Park, 6970 clubs as extra-familial space, 11, 94, 98 grand design of gentlemens, 134 Cobbett, William, 37 Cohen, Deborah, 94 Coleborne, Catharine, 52 colleges, Oxbridge, 163, 164, 166 colony principle, 66 Colville, Quintin, 13, 94 commercial interiors, 20 Commissioners in Lunacy, 55, 56, 57 Common Metropolitan Poor Rate, 39 community probationary release into, 117 psychiatric care in, 111, 121, 122 release of inmates into, 69 return to the, 5, 12 conformity, 5 Connaught Club, 144 convalescent homes, 2, 6, 11, 12

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differences between general and cottage homes, 114, 119 for recovering mentally ill, 6, 61, 10923 convalescents in Bexley Asylum, 61 in Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 42 convents, 4 convicts, Australia, 9 cooking facilities see kitchens corporal punishment, at Waverley Park, 71, 75 cottage homes, 11, 12, 61, 10923 as bridge between asylum and home, 11011, 112, 118, 120, 121, 123 extension of observation beyond, 11819 homely environment in, 11216 length of stay, 113 location of, 113 management of, 11719 as more homely than patients own residences, 116 not purpose-built, 110 patients responses to, 11922, 123 psychiatric care in, 11718 readmissions to, 1212 refusal of places in, 119, 1201, 123 relapsed patients in, 118, 121 small number of patients in, 113 country cottages, attributes of, 148 Cox, Pamela, 65, 69, 70, 72, 76 Crewe Hall (Sheffield), 165 cricket, 57, 149, 153 crime at Rowton Houses, 102, 103, 105, 107 and incarceration, 2 Crimean War, 2 criminality, 54 Cronin, Jennifer, 113 Crook, Tom, 21, 99 Crossick, Geoffrey, 94 Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly, 32 cubicles, sleeping, 20, 21, 22, 99, 1023, 1045, 107, 145, 149, 152 for couples, 22, 23 individual, 24 Daily News, 39 Dale, Pamela, 66

Index Victorian middle-class, 19, 139 in WAAC accommodation, 145, 148, 150 domestic service, for mentally deficient girls, 745 domestication, and madness, 11 dormitories photographic depiction of, 20, 21 WAAC, 145, 150 see also sleeping spaces Douglas, Mary, 32 Dowling, Robyn, 30 drawing rooms, librarians, 1301 Driver, Felix, 10 drugs, used to control inmates, 69, 71 Dupree, Marguerite, 77

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Factories, 5 family homes break up of, 75 of chief librarians, 129, 134, 135, 136, 137 childrens homes modelled on ideal, 12 comparison with institutional environment, 11 cottage homes modelled on, 116 Rowton Houses compared to, 1034 transfer of care to institutions from, 80 family life constraints of, 165, 166 East Grinstead Sisterhood, 40 idealized, 17 East Ham public library, 1356 as model for institutions, 24 East Ham Urban District Council, 128 of public librarians, 1312 East Sussex Asylum, 51 and social stability, 17, 30 Easterbrook, Dr C.C., 62 total institutions work in opposition to, 4 eating areas, 18, 21, 131, 145, 148 family units, accommodation in residential Edginton, Barry, 52 institutions for, 18 education Farrant, Richard, 94 compulsory, 65, 66 Father Jays Lodging House (Shoreditch), for feeble-minded, 667, 68, 701 302 higher, 156 Federation of Conservative Students, 162 and public libraries, 125, 126 feeble-mindedness, 67, 76 for women/girls, 13, 85, 165 femininity working-class, 1213 constructions of, 13, 142, 148 see also schools; universities martial, 14, 142, 148, 149, 153, 154 Edwards, John Passmore, 127 military life and erosion of, 143, 147 Egan, Matt, 66, 67, 68 see also women eggs, for sick, 46 Ferguson, Anna, 72 elderly, in workhouse, 79, 82, 83 First World War, 2, 11 electric lighting, 22 and concepts of masculinity, 14 Elementary Education (Scotland) (Defective Kitcheners New Armies, 145 and Epileptic Children) Act (1906), 66 womens auxiliary units, 14, 14154 entertainment, at Waverley Park, 73 Fisher, Fiona, xii, 3, 1112, 1733, 100 entrance halls, 20 Fleming, Mrs, 121 epileptics, 68, 72, 74, 75 food escapes, 8 Christmas, 35 from Waverley Park, 71, 72, 76, 77, 89 complaints about, 8 from workhouses, 90, 91 in cottage homes, 120 eugenics, 65, 67 in Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 10, evangelicalism, 94 357, 437, 48, 49 Evangelisti, Silvia, 3, 11 for invalids, 456

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in Rowton Houses, 102, 104, 105 in WAAC, 150, 152 in workhouses, 35, 37, 38 see also dining-rooms; kitchens; refectories football, 57, 64 Forsythe, Bill, 52 Foucault, Michel, 5, 8, 910, 14, 21, 52, 62 Fowle, Elizabeth, 43, 44 Fraser, Dr Kate, 67, 71 furnishings and decoration, 10 in asylums, 58, 59, 60 in halls of residence, 1601, 166 personalization of, 2932 photographic depiction of, 18, 201, 249 for public librarians, 133 in WAAC, 145, 148, 150, 1512 for women, 12 Galloway, Helen, 75 gardens hospital and asylum, 11, 57, 61 public library, 133 Rowton Houses, 100, 101 WAAC camps, 148 Waverley Park, 70 Gardiner, E. G., 113, 116 Gee, Emily, 95 gender and cottage homes, 11415, 123 and design of institutions, 19 differences, 5, 246 and environment, 27 identity, 1314, 19, 57 and mental illness, 14, 52, 53 and power relationships, 10 and public libraries, 126 and space, 578 studies, 13 and WAAC quarters, 142, 154 in workhouses, 85 see also masculinity; segregation; women; femininity General Mixed Workhouse, 83 Germany, asylums in, 61 Gibson, May, 151 girls homes

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Index student experience of, 157 to attract students from further afield, 158 traditions in, 162, 163 for women, 158, 160 Halsey, A. H., 157 Hamlett, Jane, xi, 115, 20, 64, 93107 Hammersmith Rowton House, 20, 93, 99100, 101, 106 Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 6, 10, 3550 allegations of mismanagement and inquiry, 401, 4850 complaints about, 413, 47 diet in, 10, 357, 437, 48, 49 lack of cleanliness, 43, 47, 48 Hanway, Jonas, 82, 90 hard labour, 85, 88 Harris, Bernard, 77 Harrison, Miss (nurse), 47 Harrisons private madhouse, 82 Hatcher, Thomas, 47 Hawkins, Henry, 112, 113, 119 Hawkins, Thomas, 88 Head, Sir Francis Bond, 37 Heath Asylum see Bexley Asylum Herklots, H. C. G., 159 Hewitt, Henry J., 125 Heywood, Colin, 77 Hicks, Dan, 166 Hide, Louise, xiixiii, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 22, 26, 5164, 111, 115, 117 Highwood House infant poor-house (London), 83, 86 Hine, George T., 51, 54, 56, 59, 61 Hitchcock, Tim, 79, 94 Hoggart, Richard, 160, 166 holiday villas, WAAC housed in, 144 Holloway Prison, 267 infirmary, 21 recreation room for wardresses, 26, 27, 28 home 19th-century ideas of, 94 asylums embody architectural features of, 61 feeling at, 12, 99, 102, 103, 107, 110, 120 halls of residence as better than, 157, 1646

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institutions presentation as, 1112 libraries as, 1304 meaning and emotions of, 30 middle-class, 132 as moral centre for family life, 17 and social stability, 2930 spaces and places for men outside, 11, 13 support at, 121 workhouse as antithesis of, 36 see also family homes Home Office certified schools, 76 home-making, 30, 32, 33 home-working, 22, 29 homosexuality, 88, 104 Horton Asylum, 54, 58, 59 Hosgood, Christopher, 13, 138 Hoskins, Lesley, xi, 115, 64, 107 hospitals, 6 acute asylum, 59, 61, 62, 63 charity, 36 fever, 8, 13, 36 gardens, 11 infectious disease, 6, 3550 mental, 52, 5963 metropolitan infirmary reform, 389 public, 2, 82 voluntary, 2, 80 workhouse, 81, 109 see also asylums hostels post-war, 112, 123 university, 158 WAAC housed in, 144, 147, 150, 153 hotels, WAAC housed in, 144 Houlbrook, Matt, 104 Hull University, 156, 160, 161 humanitarians, 38 Humphries, Steve, 65, 69 Hunt, Samuel, 89 Hunter, Lily, 72 Hutchinson, Iain, 66, 77 hygienic regulation, 22, 33, 149

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of servicewomen, 148, 153 idiots, 67, 68 Ignatieff, Michael, 4, 5 imbecility, 65, 67, 68 immigrants, homes for, 18 incarceration, 4 incomes, early 1890s, 135 industrial schools, 2, 70 Industrial Schools Act (1866), 67 industrial training, for mentally deficient, 67 industry, workhouse-based, 82 initiation rituals, 160, 163 inmates access to relatives, 734 after leaving institutions, 5, 678 allegations of abuse, 69 choice over entry to institutions, 34 enforced pauperism, 36 experience of, 12 institutions as places of refuge for, 66, 756 interaction with environments, 15 positions of responsibility, 70 release into community, 69 resistance by, 78, 712, 77 Rowton House residents referred to as, 106 subcultures, 7 voices of, 89 workhouse, 8390 see also residents Inquiry into Matters Arising out of the Methods of Discipline Used at Waverley Park Certified Institution, 69 insanity and boarding out in the community, 66 and domestication, 11 expansion of boundaries of, 52 in girls, 68 and incarceration, 52 rise in, 534 study of, 523 see also mental illness institutional environments, 912, 14 depiction of, 1733 institutional life Brian Lunn and, 12 characteristics of, 3

Index lady visitors, 38 Laing, R. D., 7 Lambeth workhouse, 39 Lancet, 38, 49, 96, 98, 99 Land Army, 141, 154 landscape, regenerative qualities of, 11 Larbert National Institution, 66 laundries asylum, 578 in halls of residence, 160 in Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 43 photographic depiction of, 24, 25, 26 in Waverley Park, 70 in workhouses, 81 leave of absence, from workhouse, 86 Leeds University, 156, 159, 160 Lees, Lynn Hollen, 30 Leicester University, 156, 158, 160, 161 leisure activities in asylums, 56, 57, 64 at Waverley Park, 71 see also dances; needlework; sport Lennox Castle Certified Institution, 73, 74, 76 letters, from asylum patients, 9 Lewisham public library, 135, 136 librarians benefits of residence for, 138, 139 competition for posts, 132, 137 extension activities of, 134 family background of, 137, 138 hours of work/responsibilities, 128 identification with their libraries, 12930, 134 income, 135, 137 London, 8, 9, 10, 13, 125 married life of, 129 non-residential accommodation of, 129, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139 offices of, 133 reasons for residency, 128 relatively lowly origin of majority, 1367, 139 residential accommodation, 12, 125, 126, 127, 129, 1304 social identity, 13, 126, 127, 1334, 1367, 139 standard of living, 10

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Lord, J. R., 59 Lowe, Roy, 157 lunacy see insanity Lunacy Act (1890), 119 lunatic asylums see asylums Lunn, Brian, 12, 3, 4, 13 MACA see Mental After-Care Association McDonald, Mary, 712 MacDougall, David, 19 MacDougall, Helen, 745 McGregor, Alison, 69 McGregor, Helen, 72 McInnes, Jessie, 70 Mackenzie, William, 102, 1056 MacKinnon, Dolly, 52 Mclaren, Helen, 72 madness see insanity; mental illness Madness and Civilisation (Foucault), 52 maimed holiday meal, 35 Malthusianism, 37 management records, 9 Manchester Guardian, 96 Manchester University, 156, 158, 161 Manor Asylum (Epsom), 55 Marland, Hilary, 64 married couples cubicles for, 22, 23 in WAAC, 153 workhouse quarters for, 30 Martin, Mary Clare, xiii, 6, 11, 12, 6577 Martin, Sarah, 7 masculinity military, 148 study of, 1314 Victorian notions of, 63 material culture, 94 material goods, 10, 14, 94, 99 material life, studies of, 10 maternity care, 39, 82 matrons cottage homes, 112, 114, 115, 116, 11718, 119, 123 Waverley Park, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77 workhouses, 86 Maudsley, Henry, 64 Mayhew, Henry, 29

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Index Merryflatts asylum (Govan), 74 mess facilities, 148, 151, 153 Metropole Hotel (Folkestone), 144 Metropolitan Asylum Board (MAB), 36, 47, 48 Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 6, 10, 3550 hospitals have legal status as workhouse establishments, 36 origins of, 39 Metropolitan Poor Act (1867), 36, 39 middle-class, 13 at Rowton Houses, 102 domesticity, 19, 27, 94, 145 and private space, 21 status of librarians, 131, 132, 1367 and WAAC, 149, 1512 Midgley, Clare, 154 military quarters parlours and drawing rooms, 10 space in, 10 for women, 6, 10, 14, 14154 milk, for sick, 45, 46 Miller, Daniel, 94 Milman, Rev. H. H., 36 Milne-Smith, Amy, 11, 94 Ministry of Labour, 147 MLaren, Charles, 46 Monasteries, 4 moral imbeciles, 67, 68 moral inspection/management, 5, 52, 556, 57, 61, 63, 66 Moran, James E., 9, 53, 64 morgue, parish, 81 Morning Post, 35, 49 Morse, Elizabeth, 157 Moss, Stella, 107 munitions workers, 141, 142 Myers, Kelvin, 66

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needlework, 22, 58, 70 New Armies, Kitcheners, 145 New Poor Law, 2, 35, 36, 37, 39, 79, 87, 90 Newcastle Weekly Courant, 98 Newington Butts Rowton House, 93, 102 Newington public library, 132 Newman, Thomas, 88 Newport Market Refuge for the Destitute, 47 Nicholls, William, 88 Nightingale, Florence, 38, 39 Nissen huts, 1478, 161, 163 Noel, Conrad, 104, 105 Nolan, Peter, 117 nomadism, 29, 32 Nottingham University, 156, 160 nursemaids, homes for foreign, 26, 27, 29 nurses army, 143 in asylums, 57, 59, 612, 63 children as, 83 in cottage homes, 117 in Hampstead Smallpox Hospital, 40, 412, 47 parish, 82 for paupers, 38, 412 recovered patients as, 42 women as asylum, 14, 612, 63, 11718 in workhouses, 82, 86, 87

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relationship of Waverley Park with, 735, 77 release into community, 69 and workhouse inmates, 90 overcrowding 8, 54, 63, 91 Overy, Paul, 33 Owen, Thomas, 44, 45 Owens College (Manchester), 156 Oxford University, 155, 156, 157, 158, 163, 164, 165, 166 paedophilia, 88 Pall Mall Gazette, 133 Palmer, James George, 47 Panopticon/panopticism, 5 paper flower-making, 29 parish aid, 36, 47, 80 parish lunatics, 88 parish workhouses, 80 Parker Street lodging house, 22, 29 Parliamentary Committee on Vagrancy, 105 parlours, 10, 12, 27, 29 recreational spaces modelled on, 26 parole, 69 Partridge, Arthur, 42, 44 pathways, covered, 144, 148 pauper farms, 2 paupers being treated as, 8, 13, 36, 41, 43, 456, 478, 49, 50 Christmas feast, 35 protests by, 85 voices of, 39 and workhouses, 367, 7991 Peers, Edgar Allison see Truscot, Bruce penal colonies, 7 penal system, 2, 5 penitentiaries, 2 personalization, of institutional space, 10, 30 Peters, William Charles, 43, 44, 45 philanthropy, 2, 93, 95, 158 Philo, Chris, 10, 115 photographic depictions, of residential institutions, 1112, 1733 Pickford, Dorothy, 150, 151 picnics, 58 Pilgrim, David, 119 Plaistow public library, 134

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at Rowton Houses, 106 importance of, 56 precisely timetabled, 5 Rowen, Lawrence, 88 Rowold, Katharina, 154 Rowton, Montagu Corry, Lord, 20, 934, 96 Rowton Houses (London), 1, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 93107 decoration and furnishing, 967, 98, 99, 102, 107 design and accommodation in, 934 discipline in, 105 domesticity of, 95, 978, 99, 107 as example of class-crossing, 95, 98, 102, 103 experience of residents within, 1006, 107 as institutions for working men, 935 MACA and access to, 114 material culture, 945, 99 more like hotels than common lodging houses, 98 photographic depiction of, 20, 956, 97, 99100, 101, 107 portrayal in press, 95, 96, 979, 100, 1067 privacy in, 98, 99, 1045, 107 psychiatric care in, 122 rules and regulations, 94, 99, 107 self-supporting nature of, 93 Roxby, H. Thornhill, 117 Royal Commission on Lunacy and Mental Disorder, 117 Royal Engineers, 144, 151 Royal Institute of British Architects, 51 Royal Western Counties Institution in Devon (Starcross), 66, 701, 75, 76 Rutland Hall (Loughborough), 15960

St Marylebone workhouse, 30, 84 Salmon, James, 48 Samuel, Raphael, 127 Sanderson, Michael, 156 Sandlebridge colony, 74 sanitary requirements, 21 in isolation hospitals, 49 in metropolitan pauper infirmaries, 38, 43, 47 school boards, 66, 67, 69, 71 school masters/mistresses, accommodation for, 12 schools, 5 boarding, 4 boys, 1314 district, 2 girls, 13 Home Office certified, 76 industrial, 2, 70 and mental deficiency, 667, 701 night-, 157 public, 2 reformatory, 70 and social identity, 1213 workhouse, 81, 84, 86 Schwarz, Leonard, 91 Scotland, mentally defective girls in, 6577 Scull, Andrew, 52, 56, 59 Second World War, 2 segregation, 19 in armed forces, 143, 1467, 154 in asylums, 55, 115 in cottage homes, 11415, 123 of mentally deficient from outside world, 66 in workhouse, 82, 88 self, sense of, 32, 142 self-improvement, 6, 137 self-scrutiny, 5 self-sufficiency, asylums, 54 St Anselms Hall (Manchester), 158, 161 servants quarters, 4 St Martin-in-the-Fields public library, 133 sexual relations St Martin-in-the-Fields workhouse, 8, 7991 in Rowton Houses, 104, 107 built structure and internal organization in workhouses, 88 of space, 803 Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th inmates behaviour, 879 Earl of, 93 Sharpe, Pamela, 94 population of, 835 sheds, workhouse, 82 rules, regulations and resistance, 857

Index Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 156 Sheffield University, 156, 165 Shepherd, Anne, 120, 122 ships, 4 shop assistants residential accommodation for, 13, 138 Victorian/Edwardian underclass of, 138 shopping trips, 58 Shoreditch Public Library, 133 Shorter, Edward, 109 Showalter, Elaine, 52, 57 sick bays, WAAC, 149 Simpson, Andy, 154 Sims, George R., 1112, 1718, 19, 96, 100 In the Workhouse: Christmas Day, 35 sitting-rooms (Rowton House), 98 slavery, 5 sleep, quality of, 104 sleeping spaces halls of residence, 151, 152 photographic depiction of, 18, 21, 22, 24, 30, 31 Rowton Houses, 99, 1023, 1045, 107 single accommodation, 24 WAAC, 145, 148 see also bedrooms; cubicles; dormitories; wards slums, 95 smallpox, 39, 40, 47 Smith, Leonard, 7, 9, 122 Smithers, Jack, 106 smoking rooms (Rowton Houses), 96, 97, 98 Soanes, Stephen, xiv, 6, 9, 11, 12, 61, 10923 social control, 52 social housing, 95 social identity, institutions and fashioning of, 1214, 15 social withdrawal, 20 Society of Public Librarians, 126, 134 sodomy, 88 soft furnishings, 10, 58, 64, 148, 160 Somerville, W. A., 98, 103 Southampton University, 156 Spa Road Library (Bermondsey), 131 space in asylums, 523, 63 depiction of institutional, 18 distribution of, 910, 14

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and gender, 578 in reformatories, 69 as technology of control, 53, 558 in workhouses, 803 spatial separation, 5 sports facilities army, 153 university, 161 Stadler, Laurent, 20 staff accommodation for, 12 cottage home, 117 library, 127, 129 recreation rooms, 26 Rowton Houses, 1045, 107 in WAAC quarters, 142, 150, 151 workhouse, 86, 878, 8990 Stansfield, Dr T. E. K., 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63 starvation diet, 37, 445 state institutions, 4 Steedman, Carolyn, 127 Stobhill lunatic asylum, 74 Stockwell Orphanage, 18 laundry, 24, 25, 26 Stoneyetts Certified Institution (Glasgow), 68, 74 straightjackets, 42 students experience at redbrick universities, 155 experience of halls of residence, 157 and formation of academic community, 1589 middle- and working-class, 1634, 1656 rejection of halls of residence amongst, 162 subaltern studies, 9 suicide, attempted, 71, 72 superintendents asylum, 12, 56, 110, 118 Rowton Houses, 100, 104 WAAC, 144 surveillance, 5, 12, 52, 55, 63, 120, 123, 137, 138 Suzuki, Akihito, 111, 122 Swedish gymnastics, 57

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Residential Institutions in Britain, 17251970 University College London, 158 University Grants Committee (UGC), 156, 161, 162, 164 University Hall (Liverpool), 158 urinals, 58, 63 Usborne, Cornelie, 154 vagrancy, 87, 105 vagrant industries, 29 Vauxhall Rowton House, 93, 96, 99, 102, 104, 105 venereal disease, 39, 82 ventilation, 26, 38 vestry boards, 128 Vickers, Ethel, 11718 Victoria, Queen, 126 villa system, 12, 512, 59, 60, 61, 63 visitors to asylums, 111 to workhouses, 86, 87, 8990 visual stimulation, 64 voluntary entry, of carceral institutions, 8 voluntary institutions, 4, 6, 80 Volunteer Force, 143 WAAC see Womens Army Auxiliary Corps Wakefield, Stephen, 48 Waldron, Thomas, 88, 91 Walker, Alf, 165 Walker, Lynne, 19 Walker, Masoah, 48 walks, supervised, 58 Walsh, L., 73 Walton, J. K., 556, 111, 122 War Office, 147, 150 Warburtons private madhouse, 82 warders and wardresses, prison, 267, 28 wards, workhouse, 812, 83 washing facilities, 19, 131, 145, 148 Waverley Park Home for Mental Defectives (near Kirkintilloch, Dumbartonshire), 6, 11, 12, 6677 allegations and inquiry, 69, 71, 73 discharge and after-care, 745, 76 economy and management of, 70 health at, 75 misbehaviour and resistance, 713, 77 organization of, 6971

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unemployment, and workhouse population, 83 United States asylums, 53, 61 fraternity houses, 157, 161 universities, 2 architecture and design, 157 civic/redbrick, 8, 12, 13, 125, 15566 and class, 1634 co-educational, 158 collegiate system, 163 establishment of, 1556 funding, 156 halls of residence, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15566

tables, communal, 21 taste, 36, 46 markers of, 48 and paupers, 47 and public services, 50 and social class, 49 in workhouse, 37 Taylor, Jeremy, 52 tea-making, 57 theft in libraries, 128 in Rowton Houses, 105, 107 Third Reform Bill, 50 Thompson, Paul, 127 Thompson, Rhiannon, 91 Thomson, Dr D., 57 Thomson, Mathew, 65, 73, 77 threshold architecture, 20 and domestic boundary, 22 Tidbury, George, 42 The Times, 21, 22, 37, 40, 41, 46, 47, 48 timetable, workhouse, 86 tobacco, 86 Topp, Leslie, 9, 53, 61, 64 Tothill Fields Bridewell, 88 Tough, Alistair, 77 trenches, 148 Truscot, Bruce, 155, 156, 157, 1645 tuberculosis, 39 turnstiles, entrance, 20 Twining, Louisa, 38

Index punishments at, 71, 756, 77 as a refuge, 756 relationship with local community, 735 Waxman, Zo, 166 well system, 22 Welshman, John, 111, 112, 122 Western Front, 142, 145, 153 Westminster School, 1, 13 Whitechapel public library, 132 Whitechapel Rowton House, 93, 97 Whyte, William, xiv, 8, 10, 12, 13, 125, 15566 Wilkinson, T. W., 22, 23, 30, 31, 32 Willesden public library, 129, 132, 134 Wills, Abigail, 7 Wills, James Henry, 42, 43 Wilson, Bryan, 159 Wilson, Edward, 43 Wilson, Jacqueline Z., 9 Wilson, Keith, 18 wine, for sick, 38, 46 women activities in asylums, 578 and armed services, 14154 asylums as shelters for, 116, 120, 122 cottage homes for, 109, 114 education of, 13 and exercise, 578 feminized spaces for, 10, 12 halls of residence for, 158, 160 and mental disorder, 52, 63 as nurses, 612, 63, 117 prisons for, 267 university education for, 165 in workhouses, 85 see also femininity Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC), 6, 8, 13, 14, 14154 administration of, 142, 147, 151 comradeship with soldiers, 153 establishment of, 143 experience of quarters, 1503 First World War propaganda, 11, 141, 144, 145, 147, 154 furnishings and decor, 145, 148, 150, 1512 living quarters and conditions, 14154

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lodgings compared to servicemens, 1445, 154 marital quarters, 153 material environment and identity, 142, 148, 153 opposition to, 1434, 1467 photographic and press portrayal of, 141, 144, 145, 149 privileges of officers and NCOs, 151, 152 recruitment drive, 147, 149 rules and regulations, 1489, 152 seen as rivals by some soldiers, 146 segregation from servicemen, 1467, 154 shared facilities with troops, 147 social background, 150, 1512 Wood, Mr, 121, 122 Woodall, Susan, 15 Woodilee Lunatic Asylum, 74, 76 Woolmer, D. L., 246 work mentally ill return to, 1212 as therapy, 54, 56, 578 undertaken in workhouse, 823, 87 in Waverley Park, 70 Workhouse Test Act (1723), 79 workhouses, 2, 3, 4, 6 age structure, 83 airing courts/exercise yards, 11 built structure and internal organization of space, 803 campaigns for change, 7 comings and goings from, 5 curiosity about, 90 death rate, 82 depictions of interiors, 18 employment in, 823, 87 as epitome of pauperism, 36 food in, 35, 37, 38 gender imbalance in, 85 as institutions, 7980 length of stay, 84 MAB hospitals as workhouse establishments, 36 married couples accommodation, 30 model of, 36 population, 835 psychiatric care in, 122 reform of infirmaries, 389

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Residential Institutions in Britain, 17251970 home life of, 94 housing of, 135 origins of chief librarians, 137 in WAAC, 151, 152 working environments, 18, 25, 26, 81, 823 Worth, Reginald, 116, 117 wrapper writing, 29 Wright, David, 111, 122 Yanni, Carla, 53 Yarmouth Gaol, 7 Yellowlees, Dr David, 67 Young Mens Christian Association (YMCA), 143, 146, 152 Young Womens Christian Association (YWCA), 148

relationship with the dead, 81 repeated entry to, 845 resistance in, 7, 8, 857 rules and regulations, 857, 90 St Martin-in-the-Fields, 7991 scandals and exposs, 37, 38, 39, 41, 489, 50 social status in, 82, 86 treatment of sick in, 38, 39, 79, 812, 84, 87, 109 visitors to, 8990 working class access to reading matter, 1256, 132, 137 communality of, 21 education of, 1213

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