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There was inadequate clothing … some women actually died of hypothermia inside the asylum. They were given cold water baths once a week … 62 women in Nellie’s quarters shared the bath water. They were given very little in the way of clothing … no blankets, no pillows, no shawls.
The food was horrible. Cold tea (?) in the morning… piece of b covered with a butter so rank it couldn’t be eaten. Soup for lunch (cold) was served in the morning’s tea cups. Meat was usually next to raw, some had worms, the inmates had no forks or knives and thus ate with their fingers if they ate at all.
Nurses and/or caregivers were mean, cruel, some seemed to border on insanity themselves. The patients were tortured in some ways … some were choked until they were unconscious, locked in closets.
This is the accounting of the things Nellie Bly saw and heard … and which led to a court hearing in which she testified.
I can only say how much I appreciate her efforts to ease the lives of these poor women and those that followed.
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