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James Crichton-Browne [Attributed to] 
West Riding Lunatic Asylum in Wakefield, Yorkshire: an elderly woman, wearing a bonnet and half a smile; head and shoulders. 'Senile dementia' 
1869 (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Wellcome Collection 
Wellcome Library, London (V0029710ER, Library reference no.: ICV No 30191R) 
The photograph may have been taken by Sir James Crichton-Browne (1840-1938), the medical superintendent at West Riding Asylum 1866-1876. Crichton-Browne sent a similar set of photographs to Charles Darwin in or around 1869
This photograph is also credited to Henry Clarke (ca. 1869) Wellcome Library, London (L0019062). 

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