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Object Lesson VIII

Collection, History

Creating the Hospital  Air Raid Precaution (ARP) Squad

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Object Lesson VII

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The Second World War at Bethlem Royal Hospital.  Bethlem Royal stayed open to patients throughout the Second World War, despite much bombing in the local area a

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In the Frame for February 2014: Elise Pacquette’s ‘Eating the Heart Out’

Art, Collection

This month's 'In the Frame' is written by Mansions in the Orchard Researcher, Dr Jennifer Walke.

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Object Lesson VI

Collection, Events

The end of the Bethlem Hospital Park Farm.

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In the Frame for January 2015: Olivia Gillow’s ‘Insistent Rub’

Art, Collection

Read this month's 'In the Frame' from Conservator, Jillian Gregory.

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We Are Not Amused XII

Collection, History

They'd chop your head off before you could say “Please your Majesty”.

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Object Lesson V

Collection

See what happened to Park Farm after the War.

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We Are Not Amused XI

Collection, Conservation, History

The risks of being a botherer of royalty.

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Object Lesson IV

Collection, History

Hear how Bethlem's Park Farm functioned during the War.

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In The Frame for November 2014: Stanley Lench’s ‘Malevich’

Art, Collection

Read this month's 'In The Frame' from our former Registrar, Rebecca, who sadly left us last month for pastures new.

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Object Lesson III

Collection, History

Discover more about the farm at Bethlem Royal Hospital in the 1920s - 1930s.

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Bryan Charnley’s depictions of schizophrenia 2 of 3

Art, Collection, Exhibitions

Kirsten Tambling continues her Schizophrenia Awareness Week consideration of how Bryan Charnley depicted his experiences of schizophrenia in his art.

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