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Housing, Rural

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 176 Collections and/or Records:

5.41 Male, 25-34yrs, Psychopathic personality, May 1946

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents P.C says this man is a weakminded person, clever with his hands, but has a weakness for anything he sees. He was discharged from the K.O.S.B. physically unfit- looks as if he had T.B. Sewage attendant. Housing very poor, condemned house. Not overcrowded.
Includes newspaper cutting.
Dates: Other: May 1946

5.52 Male, Single, 15-24 yrs, Undiagnosed, May 1946

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents This lad was out of hand at school and was known to the Police. He is now in he R.A.F. Has done well, but P.C. is convinced that fundamentally he is "not good". Housing terrible, you can see right through the roof - locally considered a scandal. Terribly dirty. Incomers.
Relatives in survey: Mother 5.53
Dates: Other: May 1946

5.53 Female, Married, 45-54 yrs, Schizophrenia, May 1946

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents This woman is peculiar, dirty, like a scarecrow, won't come out of the house. Cottage is in a very lonely place, and it is generally considered that she must be queer to live in such a delapidated place. She and her husband are regarded as a bit of a mystery - nobody knows whether they are married or not, and it has even been said that they are brother and sister.
Relatives in survey: Son 5.52
Dates: Other: May 1946

5.54 Female, Married, 35-44 yrs, Anxiety neurosis, March 1946

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents Neurotic, silly, childish woman. Said to have been alcoholic. Seen by P.S.W. Incomer. Husband also alcoholic. Housing conditions excellent. Dr. confirms. This woman's husband left her at the beginning of the war, went to France with another woman and got stuck there.
Relatives in survey: Mother in law 5.55
Dates: Other: March 1946

5.57 Male, 14 yrs and under, Head Injury, May 1946

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents This boy fractured his skull two or three years ago - I think he landed on his heels. He is said to have made strange gestures ever since, sometimes sits crouching over the fire for hours saying nothing. Has been seen by several specialists. Seems quite intelligent, fly enough to make use of his disability, very little at school. House clean but overcrowded, mother tries hard. Decent hard-working people.
Dates: Other: May 1946

5.59 Male, Single, 14 yrs and under, Maladjusted child, March 1946

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents This boy has an I.Q. of 70-. He is, however, fairly bright in class and can write. Does not look bright. Incomers. Housing: good accomodation, clean, very nice people.
Dates: Other: March 1946

7.34 Female, Single, 25-34 yrs, Psychopathic personality, Dull and Backward , June 1947

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/7
Scope and Contents "This woman has had six illegitimate children, is very simple. She is permanently on PA. Thought to live off her family allowance, looks simple. Keeps house for her father. Mother dead. Died when she was 14. An awful family, very poor. House a terrible place. PAO will not do any more for her because she will not accept indoor relief. "A terrible den". 3 rooms. Only £3 a week coming in."
Relatives in survey: Father 7.35; children 7.53
Dates: June 1947

11.14 Male, Married, 55-64 yrs, Involutional melancholia, November 1945

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/10
Scope and Contents "This old man had a consultation, was to come to CR for ETC but eventually refused. Fined for feeding his hens on oatmeal. Parents presumably dead. Housing very good, prosperous farm."
Relatives in survey: son 11.39
Dates: Other: November 1945

11.16 Female, Single, Over 65 yrs, Senile and Arterio-sclerotic psychoses, November 1945

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/10
Scope and Contents "This woman was admitted to Dr, diagnosed with senile melancholia. Parents dead, said to have been cousins. Nephew,the informant, seemed dull. The family has the reputation of being queer and secretive (PSW thought so too), none so outrageous as patient. home conditions said to be comfortable, big farm, probably only fairly clean. Dr - one sister keeps in the background, very retiring. The other sister is a companion - now keeps home. PC confirms - they are all queer, quiet spoken folk."
Dates: Other: November 1945

11.22 Male, Single, 25-34 yrs, High grade mental defective, November 1945

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/10
Scope and Contents "This boy attended the Special Class; was very backward, bad attender and a most unsatisfactory boy. Started to work on a farm at 12 years - mother kept saying he had an exemption but he was on the school register for two years more without ever attending. Very good with horses. Illegitimate. Grandfather a ploughman. Big house, not overcrowded, clean. Dr confirms this is a very soft family - he thinks [subject] is MD. PC says he is a "steerin' kind of a boy", was once in trouble for breaking...
Dates: Other: November 1945