SOURCES: Annual Reports

Below are the annual reports consulted for the Hospital History Project. Direct links have been provided to material accessible online, when available.

1880s    1890s    1900s    1910s    1920s    1930s    1940s    1950s    1960s    1970s

1880s

 

1888 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (W. T. O'Reilly)

1888 Annual Report of the Medical Superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane, Toronto* (Daniel Clark)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Kingston, Hamilton, London, and Orillia

1889 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (W. T. O'Reilly)

1889 Annual Report of the Medical Superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane, Toronto* (Daniel Clark)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Kingston, Hamilton, London, and Orillia

 

*The Mimico Branch Asylum operated under the administration of the Toronto Asylum until 1894; it therefore appears in the report of the Superintendent of the Toronto Asylum during this period.

1890s

 

1890 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1890 Annual Report for the Medical Superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane, Toronto* (Daniel Clark)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, and Guelph.

1891 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1891 Annual Report for the Medical Superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane, Toronto* (Daniel Clark)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, and Guelph.

1892 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1892 Annual Report for the Medical Superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane, Toronto* (Daniel Clark)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, and Guelph.

1893 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1893 Annual Report of the Asylum Cottages for Insane, Mimico (J. B. Murphy)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, London, and Orillia.

1894 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1894 Annual Report of the Asylum Cottages for Insane, Mimico (J. B. Murphy)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, and Guelph.

1895 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

 

1896 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1896 Annual Report of the Asylum for Insane, Mimico (N. H. Beemer)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, Guelph, and Brockville.

1897 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1897 Annual Report of the Asylum for Insane, Mimico (N. H. Beemer)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, Guelph, and Brockville.

1898 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

1899 Annual Report of the Inspector of Prisons & Public Charities for the Province of Ontario (R. Christie)

 

1899 Annual Report of the Asylum for the Insane, Mimico (N. H. Beemer)

Includes reports by the Medical Superintendents for the asylums in Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, London, Orillia, Guelph, and Brockville.

*The Mimico Branch Asylum operated under the administration of the Toronto Asylum until 1894; it therefore appears in the report of the Superintendent of the Toronto Asylum during this period.

The Hospital History Project records ongoing research focused on the history of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital. Content is currently being added on a decade-by-decade basis.

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