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Kalamazoo State Hospital aka Western Michigan Asylum, Michigan Asylum for the Insane,Kalamazoo Regional Psychiatric Hospital (KRPH), Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital Kalamazoo, Michigan Established 1858, almost all historic buildings demolished. First superintendent: Edwin H. Van Deusen This hospital remains, and is in operation. Most historic structures are gone, except for the distinctive water tower.

Missouri State Hospital for the Insane aka State Lunatic Asylum #2 St. Joseph, Missouri A medical museum remains (the Glore Psychiatric Museum)

In recent years, the State Hospital campus last known as "The Ridges" has been absorbed into the Ohio University, Athens Ohio campus. The "old center" Kirkbride building has found new use as Lin Hall - Kennedy Museum of American Art. The institution now exists under the name of Southeast Psychiatric Hospital, and has entirely vacated the old Ridges grounds and buildings.

Dayton State Hospital aka Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, Dayton Mental Health Center Dayton, Ohio

Weston State Hospital (also known as the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum and the West Virginia Hospital for the Insane)

Abandoned children's hospital (or asylum/psychiatric hospital for children), Forest Haven ~ Weylyn @ flickr ~ what a great chair!

Traverse City State Hospital est 1885, closed 1989 This mental institution was part of Michigan's mental health department, which had other institutions at places including Kalamazoo, Pontiac, Newberry, and Northville. During the 1990s grounds and buildings came under the control of local gov'ts. Like many mental institutions from the era, it started with a single Kirkbride bldg. The grand center wing housed administration. This Kirkbride still stands.

Nevada State Hospital aka State Hospital for the Insane No. 3 Nevada, Missouri Established: 1880s. Status of buildings: main Kirkbride-plan building recently demolished, some other buildings remain.