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St Luke's Hospital, London, 1809.

Aquatint by Stadler, after Rowlandson and Pugin, from Ackermann's 'Repository of Arts' (1808). St Luke’s Hospital for Lunatics was opened in Old Street, London, in 1751, and was an asylum for the poor. Distressed women are seen here in the asylum interior.

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Inventory No.: 1987-0700_0002
Source No.: 1987-0700

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