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A List of All Works Cited

Primary Sources

“Accidental Death: Inquest.” Rapport: 1, 3.

Anonymous. “History of Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, Henceforth to be Known as Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital” [Unpublished, written by an unnamed patient with assistant of John Sutherland, Chief Attendant, c. 1964].

Beemer, Nelson. [Untitled letter]. March 22, 1909.

“Biography of Donald R. Gunn.” Etobicoke: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital.

“Disturbed Children Need Special Help.” [No author or date specified]

The Executive, Volunteer Association, Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital. “Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Should Not be Closed.” Letter. Oakville Journal Record February 9, 1979: 5.

Gunn, Donald Ross. “The Clinical Aspects of Succinylcholine.” Etobicoke: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital.

Gunn, Donald Ross. “Five Year Program.” Etobicoke: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, 1971.

Gunn, Donald Ross. “The Use of Drugs in Rehabilitation of Psychiatric Patients.” Etobicoke: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, October 3, 1962.

Hansen R. C. “Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Orientation Package.” Etobicoke: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, c. 1972.

“Hospital Didn’t Know Patient Tried Suicide.” Toronto Daily Star September 17, 1966.

Hurst, Lynda. “Centre Provides Special Help for Alcoholic Women.” Toronto Star April 16, 1985: B1.

“It All Started Back in 1890.” Rapport February 1975.

Kajander, Ruth Koeppe. “Impressions of the Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, in 1952.”

“Lakeshore Buildings Renamed.” Rapport 1975.

“Lakeshore to Close in Mental Health Reorganization.” Pulse March 1979.

“Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Joins the Ranks of the Accredited.” March 2, 1970.

Lawlor, Patrick. “Impressed.” Letter. The Advertiser October 7, 1971.

Lethbridge, Gene. “Please Let me Die, Man Begs Nurse.” The Advertiser. July 10, 1974.

McKerrow, L.W. Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital: Submission to Committee on Mental Health Services, Ontario Council of Health. Etobicoke: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, May 1978.

Melamet-Vetter, Walther. “The Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, A World of Its Own, Another Coocoo’s Nest, In New Toronto.” Toronto: July 1989.

“Mothers Promised.” Lakeshore News September 15, 1971.

“Must Work Together: Unity of Purpose Needed, Says Minister at Church Picnic.” The Toronto Daily Star July 16, 1911: 7.

“New Supervisor Announces Psychiatric Care for Children at Lakeshore Hospital This Fall.” The Advertiser August 3, 1967: 1–2.

“Number One Gunn Retires.” The Advertiser May 4, 1972.

Ontario Public Service Employees Union. The Closing of Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital: the Case for Reconsideration. Toronto, 1979.

Ontario. Department of Health. Annual Report. Toronto: Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 1956.

Ontario. Department of Health. Statement by Dennis Timbrell, Minister of Health and MLA for Don Mills. Metropolitan Toronto and Vicinity Mental Health Services. Toronto: Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 1979.

Ontario Heritage Properties Program. Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital, Etobicoke, Ontario: N00406. April, 1986.

“Psychiatric Care for Children at Lakeshore Hospital This Fall.” The Advertiser August 3, 1967.

“Psychiatric Centre Opened.” Toronto Star April 8, 1969: 25.

“Rights Bill Presented.” Etobicoke Guardian November 18, 1971.

Rogers, E.R. Esq., Inspector of Asylums, Parliament Buildings, Toronto. [Untitled].

Sykes, Toby. “Uncertain Future for Lakeshore” Etobicoke Guardian December 10, 1975.

“Sod is Turned Today.” The Advertiser.

“Suggestions Attacked.” The Advertiser September 16, 1971.

“Volunteers Hear History of Psychiatric Hospital.” Mississauga Times May 5, 1971.

Secondary Sources

Brunet, Carrie. “Hospital Built on the Backs of Its Patients.” Etobicoke Guardian March 28, 2007: 1, 14.

Court, John. “Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital–A Vital Part of the CAMH Legacy.” May 1, 2001.

Court, John. “Re: Humber College Timeline.” E-mail to Jim Graves. March 1, 2004.

Deverell, Rex. “The Assembly Hall: A Lakeshore Landmark, 1898–2001.” May 2001.

Fisher, Honey R. From Vision to Legacy: CAMH’s Four Pre-merger Institutions. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 2000.

Keefer, Alec. “Excerpt of Market Gallery Exhibition Didactics re Lakeshore.”

Moran, James E. Committed to the State Asylum: Insanity and Society in Nineteenth-Century Quebec and Ontario. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000.

Paine, Cecelia. “Origins of Therapeutic Landscape Design in Ontario: Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital.” [http://www.apa.unmontreal.ca/gadrat/formcont/seminaire98/
coneferences/Paine/Paine.htm]. Accessed November 13, 2002.

Porter, Roy. Madness: A Brief History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

Psychiatric Survivor Archives of Toronto. Heritage Sites. Retrieved November 11, 2004.

Reaume, Geoffrey. Remembrance of Patients Past: Patient Life at the Toronto Hospital for the Insane, 1870–1940. Don Mills: Oxford University Press Canada, 2000.

Sekeres, Matthew. “Search for Gravesites Holds up ORC Land Sale.” The Globe and Mail August 23, 2000.

Shorter, Edward. A History of Psychiatry: From the Era of the Asylum to the Age of Prozac. Toronto: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997.

Tunney, Bob. “Re: LSPH Project Guestbook Entry.” E-mail to Agatha Barc. July 31, 2005.

Vancouver Art Therapy Institute. “Art Therapy in Canada.” Accessed April 2, 2005.

Whitaker, Robert. Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill. Cambridge: Perseus Pub. 2002.

All primary sources retrieved from the Archives for the History of Canadian Psychiatry and Mental Health Services, January 30 and April 21–22, 2005. Additional information and corrections were provided by Ed Janiszewski and Ron McKinley.

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