Lennox Castle Hospital
Lennox Castle Hospital

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Lennox Castle Hospital

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'Shot in the arm for former hospitals’, Hampstead and Highgate Express, 7th February 1997; ‘Trouble at Lennox Castle’, Kirkintilloch Herald, January 1956; ‘Lennox Castle riot inquiry’, Kirkintilloch Herald, 1st February 1956.

Page 3: © Howard Mitchell;

Page 4: Greater Glasgow Health Board Archive;

Page 6 (top): Mary Evans Picture Library;

Page 6 (bottom): Courtesy Friends’ House Library;

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