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28.117 Female, Single, 35-44 yrs, Schizophrenia, September 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/27

Scope and Contents

"This woman thinks that some one wants to marry her - at present pestering an old man at the mill - always telling people about her approaching wedding. Working at a mill? Lives with parents. Clean house, not overcrowded. Very nice family. Duration about 6 months. Dr tried to get her away as a VP as she was not certifiable, but parents would not hear of it. Psychiatrist in Carlisle said she should be certified but Dr unwilling to do so. Paraphrenia, but her mother backs up her delusions. She thought women at the mill were in league with the soldiers and casting spells on her, giving her neuritis. Duration one year. LE: On unemployment register at present."


  • Other: September 1946

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