Amanda Hunyar is the librarian and archivist for St. Louis Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center. When not getting lost in old buildings, she keeps busy providing library services for the clients and staff of an inpatient psychiatric hospital.
Photos: Original St. Louis County Lunatic Asylum, now the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center, turns 150 – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The original St. Louis County Lunatic Asylum, built for 150 patients on the highest spot in St. Louis in 1869, will turn 150 years old in April.
The current debate over the unification of St. Louis city and St. Louis County may seem fractious as hell, but it's probably light stuff compared to what happened during the original un-unification, "The Great Divorce," that split the two entities
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