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Willard State Hospital Ward Inventory

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
This series consists of inventories of equipment on wards at Willard State Hospital. Items inventoried include office furniture and equipment; recreational, janitorial, and medical equipment; and hospital furniture, apparatus, and equipment. Each item notes quantity, condition, and number requested in the next budget period. Also included for each ward is a brief census of patients, with numbers of male and female patients. Patients are listed as tidy, untidy, and destructive. Numbers of patients are provided in three categories: bedridden, ambulatory, and wheelchair-bound.
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0.1 cubic foot (1 volume)
Inclusive Dates:
1969
Series Number:
B1471

Arrangement

Arranged by ward.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of inventories of equipment for eight wards of Willard State Hospital. Each inventory consists of approximately 15 pages of printed forms with typescript information. Items inventoried include office furniture and equipment; recreational, janitorial, and medical equipment; and hospital furniture, apparatus, and equipment. Numbers of each item present and condition is given, as well as the number of each item requested in the next budget period.

Also included for each ward is a brief census of patients, with numbers of male and female patients. Patients are listed as tidy, untidy, and destructive. Numbers of patients are given in categories of those "bed"[ridden], ambulatory, and [using a] "wheelchair."

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There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of this material.

Acquistion Information

These records were transferred to the State Archives from Willard Psychiatric Center at the time of its closure in April, 1995.

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