July 1958 - June 1959

In July 1957, Dr. Gordon, the Medical Director, reported (1) that the American Psychiatric Association's Committee on Standards and Policies of Hospitals had recommended that the hospital:

a. Acquire an electroencephalograph.

b. Strengthen its occupational therapy department. It should have more personnel and a separate building for the shops. The shops were located in basements.

c. Revise its staff procedures on diagnosis.

As of July 25, 1958, work began to repair cottage O and a contract had been awarded to renovate two of the original cottages. (2) Work on cottages I and 10 was underway in August 1958. (3)

In October 1958, it was reported that the Joint Commission on Accreditation of the American Medical and American Psychiatric associations had not approved accreditation for the hospital. (4) The reasons were (5):

a. Inadequate dormitory space for patients. The APA required 70 square feet, the hospital had 52 square feet per patient.

b. Inadequate number of nurses.

c. Sanitation.

d. Inadequate number of committees and lack of records.

As of February 1958, the hospital did not have enough standby power for storms. The institution's electric demand was 950 to 1,000 KW. The hospital had a portable 25 KW generator which would get one boiler started and that boiler would run the old steam driven generator, but the steam generator would only produce 200 KW. By May 1959, new generating equipment had been installed. (6) The contract for the generators required two 8,000 gallon diesel storage tanks. (7)

In April 1959, a greenhouse was added to the facility. (8) It was dedicated September 17. (9) It was adjacent to the building that had been used as the laboratory animal house. (10)

In April 1959, the former Children's Unit buildings were made available for elderly men on an "open" basis. (11)

Sometime in the fiscal year Ocean County was again part of the hospital's catchment area. (12)

In August 1959, it was reported that two exterior columns of the Nurses' Residence were loosening from the steel building frame; the cause was believed to be water seeping through the brick joints. (13)

By April 1959, a section of the Nurses' Residence had been converted to office use. (14)

Sometime in calendar or fiscal year 1959, use of the sludge drying beds at the sewer disposal plant ceased. (15)

The resident population at the end of the year was 2,921. (16)

July 1959 - July 1960

During the fiscal year inmates from Rahway were used for painting at the hospital. (17)

In October 1959 the hospital created plans for a small pond behind the auditorium to be used for irrigation. The hospital also planned on enlarging the pond near the piggery. (18)

At the December 11, 1959 Board of Managers' meeting, the president announced that the Joint Commission on Accreditation had accredited the hospital for one year. The institution's main deficiency was a shortage of doctors and nurses. (19)

In November 1959, the high fence around cottage L was removed since it was no longer needed. (20)

One of the successful therapy programs was psychodrama. It was held in the Auditorium building. (21)

By January 1960, the institution dump was no longer used. (22) The institution's garbage was being sent to a landfill in Neptune and to the piggery. (23)

In May 1960, the police headquarters moved from the fire station to the basement of the Nurses' Home. (24)

In the last reference to amoebiasis in the monthly reports, in June 1960 it was reported that there were five new cases. (25) Almost all reports since 1952 had reported new cases. During the year, the hospital diagnosed 40 cases of amoebiasis and treated the patients with the drug Humatin, "the best we have used." (26)

In June 1960, Mr. O'Connor reported that the tunnels were in poor condition and said that the hospital needed money for a survey of their condition. (27)

In June 1960, it was announced that Mr. O'Connor, the Business Manager, previously the Superintendent, was retiring effective June 30, 1960. (28)

At the end of the year, the resident population was 2,834, not including 55 on temporary visit. (29)

July 1960 - June 1961

Construction had begun on a dormitory for prisoners from Rahway. Construction was interrupted when the workers hit marl. (30)

The hospital acquired a quonset hut from the Army. It was being erected near the Maintenance Office. (31)

At the end of the year the resident population was 2,860, not including 72 on temporary visit. (32)

July 1961 - June 1962

The prisoners' dorm opened August 21, 1961. "Following the occupation of our new Marlboro Camp Building located in the Dairy area, by 126 men on Monday, August 21, the replacement of patient helpers by work details of these men in the Dairy, Farm, and other areas has proceeded smoothly." (33)

On February 22, 1962, ground was broken for the chapel. (34)

Children were again patients at Marlboro. A section of cottage 15 was reserved for them. (35) In December 1961, the hospital had 15, all severely mentally retarded. (36)

In April 1962, it was reported that the State Board of Control had given approval for the Dutch Reform Church to purchase some land. (37)

In April 1962, it was reported that JCP&L wanted to purchase 7.5 acres for a right of way at $300 per acre. (38)

At the end of the year, the resident population was 2,688, not including 136 on temporary visit. (39)

July 1962 - June 1963

In September 1962, it was announced that effective November 30, 1962, Dr. J. Berkeley Gordon would be retiring as Medical Director and Dr. Nenno would replace him at a salary of $21,606 per year plus use of a house. (40)

Beginning with Dr. Nenno, the patient population began to decline. There were plans for regional hospital units on a County basis. (41) One action he took was to order 198 beds removed from wards as an incentive to improve patient turnover. In March two patients moved into Bridgeway House in Red Bank. (42)

On February 8, 1963, the hospital had 2,710 patients. On June 14, 1963, it had 2,449 patients. (43)

In February 1963, the Medical Director reported that segregation of sexes in the cafeteria had ended. (44)

The chapel was dedicated December 12, 1962. (45)

Cottages 16 and 17 were to be used for the children's unit. (46)

At the end of the year, the resident population was 2,582. (47)

July 1963 - June 1964

As of September 30, 1963, the hospital had 2,443 residents. (48) As of February 29, 1964, it had 2,251 residents, 625 nonresident. (49)

By November 9, 1963, the Board of Managers had approved a change in the rated capacity of the hospital from 2,600 to 2,360. Patients were removed from basements in cottages S, K and 8; capacity in cottages 16 and 17 was limited to 38 each; and space in cottage O was taken for administration and treatment. (50)

By November 1963, a Bridgeway house facility in Elizabeth had been selected. (51)

In the fall of 1963, the hospital was planning for a reduction in farming operations - no chicken farm and fewer items in the truck farm. The farm would emphasize pork, milk, potatoes, and some field crops. (52) The question of retaining the orchards was contingent on the sale of lands to St. Gabriel's and the YMCA. (53)

In December, it was reported that cracks were seen in the exterior wall of cottage R, similar to what had been seen in cottage O. (54)

In January 1964, the hospital received approval to demolish the veterans' barracks. (55)

By January 1964, cottage 8 had been refitted to accommodate music therapy, occupational therapy, recreation therapy, and for offices and a patient library. (56)

By February 14, the Governor had reduced the population basis for the 65- 66 budget to 2,350. It was also reported that the Board of Control opposed the sale of 25 acres to the YMCA. (57)

Agricultural operations continued. E.g., the February Medical Director's report said that milk production continued, orchards were pruned, land was fertilized, and potatoes were graded and bagged. (58)

In May, the hospital was remodeling building 16 for the children's unit. Building 17 would be used as an activity center. (59) The hospital had 2,273 residents at the end of the month, 659 nonresidents. (60)

In June 1964, it was reported that the State Board of Control denied St.Gabriel's, Old Brick Church's, and the YMCA's request to purchase land. The State wanted to conserve open green space. (61)

At the end of the year, the resident patient population was 2,310. (62)

July 1964 - June 1965

The children's unit in building 16 opened August 31. (63)

In April 1965, it was recommended that building 8 be named the John W. Tramberg Activities Center, in honor of the late commissioner. (64)

At the end of April, the hospital had 2015 residents, 975 nonresident. (65)

At the end of May, the children's unit had 32 boys, nine girls. The girls slept in cottage H.

On June 30, the hospital received the Rahway dairy herd. With this increase, the intention was to supply the hospital, Rahway, the Woodbridge School for the Retarded, the Soldiers' Home and the Diagnostic Center in Menlo Park. (66)

Sanitarians inspected the old dump at the truck farm where trash had been burned. (67)

At the end of the year, the resident population was 1,961. (68)

July 1965 - June 1966

As of May 1966, a project to renovate the original patient's cottages was almost complete. (69)

As of June, a project to air condition the hospital was almost complete. (70)

At this time the farm had milk cows (73,259 quarts produced in July 1965) and 480 pigs. (71) There was an apple and peach orchard. (72) (73) Crops included potatoes, cabbage, (74) sweet and field corn, tomatoes, asparagus, and alfalfa. (75)

In June 1966, the hospital completed a new well, depth 850 feet. (76)

At the end of the year, the resident patient population was 1,791. (77)

July 1966 - June 1967

At the end of September, the hospital had 1,671 residents, and 441 nonresident. (78) At the end of March 1967, 1,536 patients. (79)

It was noted that building R was originally intended as a security building, but as of November 1966 was occupied by elderly patients. (80)

In April 1967, it was reported that the hospital received approval to use nicotinic acid to treat schizophrenia. (81)

At the end of the year, the resident patient population was 1,497. (82)

July 1967 - June 1968

At the end of November 1967, the hospital had 1,224 residents, 455 nonresident. (83)

As of January 1968, the hospital was operating clinics in Union, Monmouth, and Middlesex. (84)

In February 1968, it was reported that Dr. Nenno, the Medical Director, had submitted his resignation, effective June 7. (85)

Rutgers closed the experiment station at the truck farm in early 1968 and donated the buildings to the hospital. (86)

On March 11, the hospital began to send its linen to Rahway Prison for laundering. (87) (88)

Inmates began working in the Service Building May 13. (89)

At the end of the year, the resident patient population was 1,157. (90)

July 1968 - June 1969

By December 31, 1968, cottages 9, 10, O, L, and R were used for chronic diseases. (91)

Dr. Michael R. Simon became Medical Director in June or July 1968.

Greystone Park ended its dairy operation and transferred nine cows in October 1968. (92)

Building 15 was undergoing renovation in January 1969. Patients would be moved from the basement, which was considered unsuitable. Cottage O was housing geriatric patients. (93)

A swimming pool for the children was built during the year near cottage 16. (94)

In June 1969, Levitt and Sons received permission to install permanent equipment to open up a stream bed that was causing problems with runoff from property under development. (95)

In July 1969, a grant was approved for an addiction treatment center. It was planned to use the basement of building 15. (96)

In June 1969, gasoline from a leaking tank was flushed from the parking lot. (97)

At the end of the year, the childrens' unit had 14 boys and two girls. Of the 14 boys, 7 were mentally retarded, two were brain damaged and psychotic. (98)

At the end of June 1969, there were 1,059 residents. (99)

July 1969 - June 1970

In February 1970, Marlboro Hospital received approval to erect nine prefab four bedroom houses for employees. (100)

In March 1970, a contract was awarded to air condition cottage O. (101)

Renovations were underway in March 1970 for the narcotics unit, to be called Discovery House. A kitchen was being installed. (102)

The resident population was 1,014 at the end of the year. (103)

July 1970 - June 1971

In August 1970, the plan was to use all of building 15 for a narcotics rehabilitation center. (104) As of October 1970, the cottage L became the security building. (105) It had been one those used for chronic disease patients. (106) Security screens were moved to cottage L. (107)

In August 1970 the air conditioning of the recreation building was undergoing final checkout. Air conditioning of building O was proceeding. (108) Workers were installing air conditioning in the children's unit. (109)

In June 1970, the children's unit had 32 boys and 21 girls. Eighteen girls were housing in cottage 17; the rest had to go in other buildings. (110)

In October 1970, the dairy farm received 20 cows from the Neuropsychiatric Hospital. (111)

At the end of January 1971, building 15, Discovery House, had 50 residents. (112)

As of March 1971, the name of the hospital was changed to Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital. (113)

At the end of the year, the hospital had 954 residents. (114)

July 1971 - June 1972

During the year, Discovery House, which had previously taken males, began to accept females. (115) This program had been operating for 2.5 years. (116)

In December 1971, the catchment area was expanded to include Essex County, excluding Newark. The hospital's coverage was Union, Monmouth, Middlesex, Ocean, and Essex excluding the city of Newark. (117) Transfers from Greystone began January 18, 1972. (118) As of the end of February 1972, the resident population at Marlboro was 1,097. (119) At the end of June 1972, the resident population was 1,034. (120)

By the end of May 1972, additional air conditioning of the hospital building was completed. (121)

At the end of the year, the resident patient population was 966, not including 68 on temporary visit. (122)

July 1972 - June 1973

In July 1972, the septic tank at the gatehouse was replaced. (123)

As of July 1972, eight units of new employee housing were under construction. (124)

In July 1972, a State produced a study of the buildings and utilities at the hospital. Some of the facts reported were:

a. The patient population was 1,043 and the staff 1,230. Of 148 inmates from Rahway, 128 worked in food service and farming. (125)

b. The average number of vehicles on site was 400. (126)

c. Fuel trucks used the west gate to avoid the tunnels. (127)

d. Cottages were used as follows:

Cottage 8"Adjunct therapy" (128)
Cottages 9 and 10Males with chronic disease (129)
Cottages 11 - 14Males with "acute psychiatry" (130)
Cottage 15Male and females with "acute psychiatry" (131)
Cottages 16 and 17Child psychiatry (132)
Cottages G and JMale patients (133)
Cottages H and IFemale patients (134)
Cottage KMedical-Surgical unit (135)
Cottage LFemale, chronic conditions (136)
Cottage OFemale, chronic conditions and geriatric (137)
Cottage RMale and female with chronic diseases
Cottage SFemale, Medical-Surgical (138)


e. The sewage disposal system, which was originally designed to handle one million gallons per day, was handling 250,000 gallons. The system, an "activated sludge process" was described as follows:

The raw sewage is deposited into a grit chamber passing through a bar rack and then through a comminutor. The sewage is passed into a primary sludge tank and then to the settling tanks. The sludge is pumped to the digestor tanks. From there it is trucked to the sludge field. A waste-gas burner is utilized to heat hot water, circulated through the digestors to heat the sludge. The effluent remaining in the settling tank is piped to the aeration tank in which the activated sludge is induced to the aeration tank. From here it is pumped to the primary and final classification tanks and then the effluent flows to the chlorinator tank. The effluent is discharged into Big Brook which in turn flows into Swimming River Reservoir 12 to 15 miles east. The BOD rating ranges from 5 to 20 PPM. (139)

f. The sludge drying beds had been inactive since 1959. (140)

g. The Power House building had three Superior Boilers rated at 40,000 lbs. of steam per

hour, equipped to burn number six fuel oil or natural gas. During peak winter load, two boilers could handle the load. Outside the boiler room, there were three 25,000 gallon fuel oil underground tanks. (141)

h. The hospital had 15 wells, only of seven which were active. Well 4 at the farm residence, well 5 at the piggery and hennery, well 6 at water plant number 1, well 12 near the Power House, and wells 13, 14, and 15 near water plant number 1. (142) Water plant number 1 had two holding tanks, one 10,000 gallon, another 50,000 gallon. (143) Water plant number 1 was on the Camp Marlboro property near Willow Brook. (144) The other water treatment plant was located to the south and across the street from the power house. It was mainly a standby unit, taking water from well 12 in building 52 near the Power House. (145)

i. The top floor of the laundry building, situated behind the Service Building, was used for receiving and distributing laundry. The lower level had a butcher shop with two walk-in refrigerators. Prior to 1970, it had been used as the institution store. (146)

j. The building housing the inmates from Rahway received steam from the dairy power house. (147)

k. The report made recommendations for repair, rehabilitation, and demolition of structures estimated to cost $1.9 million. (148)



As of September 1972, the reception area had a detoxification unit. The treatment was to be five days of methadone. Then the patients would be discharged for maintenance treatment in the community. (149) In April 1973, the hospital was planning on transferring the methadone program to Discovery House. (150)

In December 1972, the hospital was remodeling cottage 8 for an alcohol treatment unit. (151) A program to deal with alcoholics started in February 1973. (152)

As of November 1972, the hospital established an affiliation with the Children's Psychiatric Center in Eatontown. Their Director of Clinic Services would be in charge of the children's unit at Marlboro. (153)

In December 1972, 3 new employee houses were ready for use. (154)

Forty-nine inmates from Camp Marlboro were working in the service building - preparing vegetables, cooking, and handling dirty dishes, pots, and pans. (155)

Farm production had leveled off at approximately $150,000 for the year. For the next year, the hospital's budget included a request for $100,000 in feed, bedding, fertilizer, seed, spray materials, and supplies for the farm operation. (156) During the year, the farm production was sufficient to provide food for other institutions - milk, potatoes, apples, peaches, and hogs. (157)

At the end of the fiscal year, the resident patient population was 945, not including 51 on temporary visit. (158) The children's unit had 31 boys and 17 girls. (159)

July 1973 - June 1974

On July 20, 1973, the Board of Trustees designated building 42 as the Medical Director's residence. (160)

During July 1973, the general farm workers sprayed the potato crop. (161)

In September 1973, it was announced that the Joint Commission on Accreditation had accredited the hospital for a period of two years. (162)

In November 1973, a portion of cottage L was selected for day programs for the mentally retarded. (163)

Herbert G. Saexinger, M.D, became the Medical Director in February 1974. (164)

In January 1974, it was reported that cottage L would be used as a closed ward for the acutely psychiatric patients. Young males with "behavioral problems" would first be moved to cottage R west. (165)

According to the January 1974 report, the hospital used 191,000 gallons of oil in the previous year. (166)

In February 1974, the energy crisis was affecting future plans. The gas company said that would only supply 90 days of service during the warmer months, rather than the usual five months. (167) However, by May 1974, the restriction on service had been removed. (168)

In March 1974, the barbed wire on top of the boundary fence was being removed. (169)

In May 1974, the road to the meadow dump was repaired. (170)

During the year, the assistant medical director assumed responsibility for the closed ward, cottage L. (171)

At the end of the year, occupational therapy rooms in cottages O and R were operating. Female patients in cottage 10 were sent to Tramberg for OT. (172) Cottage O was all female, cottage R all male. (173)

Marlboro was offering limited alcoholism treatment, principally day care, but had no separate cottage for this work. (174)

During the year, the farm was able to supply milk, potatoes, hogs, and apples to other institutions. (175)

At the end of the year, the resident population was 939. (176)

July 1974 - 1975

During the year, Discovery House was transferred from the Department of Institutions and Agencies to the Department of Health. Discovery House rented the space. (177)

Cottage 13 was available for an alcoholism recovery unit with day care starting May 1975. An inpatient facility was scheduled to start in late July or the first week in August. (178)

Cottage L was a closed cottage for the disturbed. In July 1974, the Board of Trustees discussed the need for air conditioning in the cottages, particularly cottage L. (179)

In September 1974 the hospital established a ground pass system for the acute psychiatric sections to better prevent escapes. (180)

In November 1974, it was reported that the town officials in Marlboro were concerned about the escapes. The principal concern was the patients being held on court detainer. (181)

In November 1974, it was reported that the hospital had processed more than one million pounds of potatoes. (182)

As of November 1974, the police force had nine patrol officers and one identification officer. (183)

In January 1975, it was reported that a court ruling would require a court review of each involuntary commitment, including all those already committed. (184)

In January 1975, the apple orchard was removed. (185)

In March 1975, the Board of Trustees discussed the use of patients to perform work. Recent legislation required them to be paid in accordance with the Wage and Labor Act. However, the Medical Director said that the hospital did not have the money to pay them. (186)

In May 1975, a day care treatment program for alcoholics started in cottage 13. (187)

In May 1975, three trailers were in place behind cottage 17. (188) Some of the space would be used for educational programs for the children.

The farm program was being forced to operate on a 32 hour week. (189)

The resident population at the end of the year was 903. (190) The Children's Unit had 30 boys and 16 girls. (191)

July 1975 - June 1976

In August 1975, plans to erect a swimming pool hit an obstacle. The low bid for the work, $154,130, was in excess of the money available. (192)

By August 1975, the alcoholics recovery program had become residential. (193) In December 1975, the program adopted the name of "New Hope." (194) Cottage 13 was its home. (195)

In September 1975, a blinking light was installed on Conover Road at the east gate. (196)

In December 1975, the hospital business administrator voiced complaints about inmate labor. Furloughs were given during the Christmas period without consideration of workload. The inmates abused the equipment. And the prison system furnished an inadequate number of workers. (197)

In February 1976, the Board of Trustees held an emergency meeting to address adverse publicity. A Marlboro policeman found a patient on route 79. When approached, the patient, a karate expert, attacked the policeman. The publicity focused on the danger from detainer patients. They would come to the hospital from jail after being arrested. When admitted, they would be held in a closed ward. However, when they were no longer a danger to themselves, they were transferred to an open cottage. Since the hospital was not a prison, it would not keep them locked up when the medical problem did not warrant it. The Board of Trustees decided to repair or replace missing fencing, hire five more police officers, make quicker reports to the Marlboro police when patients were missing, and to heighten security at the front gate. (198)

In April 1976, the town of Marlboro obtained a restraining order against the admission of more detainer patients. On May 4, 1976, the order was rescinded upon the hospital's agreement to hire three more police officers, to replace missing fencing, and to provide prompt notification of detainer patient escapes. (199) In the May 20, 1976, it was reported that the Medical Director had ordered patient counts four times a day. (200)

In April 1976, cottage K was closed. Patients were moved to cottage S. (201)

During the year, patients were allowed additional rights. A court had to be involved in commitments and patients had the right to refuse treatment and medication. (202) However, if the hospital could document that the patient was unable to give consent, employees could administer prescribed (203) medication.

The number of police was increased from 10 in the previous year to 15. The headquarters was moved from the gatehouse to cottage L. (204)

At the end of the year, the population of the children's unit was 46; of these, 16 were retarded. (205)

At the end of the year, the resident population was 861. (206)

July 1976 - June 1977

In July 1976, the Board of Trustees approved a change in operations for the Jigger Shoppe, to make it a vending machine operation. It had been losing money. (207)

At the July 1976 Board of Trustees meeting, the police chief of Marlboro township said that 40 detainer patients had escaped since March 5 and that four were still loose. (208)

On July 30, the hospital was once again subject to a restraining order. On August 6, the judge dissolved the order. He ordered that the back gate be locked, that the hospital put a twenty-four-hour guard on the front gate, and that it hire five more police. (209) The July 1976 report to the Board of Trustees said that the hospital would begin counting patients every four hours. (210)

In September 1976, Mr. Roy A. Ettinger was hired for the post of hospital administrator and executive director. Dr. Saexinger continued as medical director. (211)

In September 1976, it was reported that the hospital had received provisional accreditation until November 15. (212)

As of September 1976, new gasoline tanks for unleaded gasoline were installed at the garage. (213)

The position of Patient Advocate was established in October. (214)

In November 1976, barbed wire brackets on top of the boundary fence were removed. (215)

In December 1976, a new admission procedure was adopted to move new patients quickly to the cottages rather than keeping them in the Reception section of the hospital building. The space in the hospital building was being converted into the Intensive Care Psychiatric Unit. (216) As of January 1977, the unit was housing the patients received after closing hours and female patients previously on the closed ward of Reception. (217) The purpose of the unit was to evaluate and treat those requiring the security of a locked ward. It had a full time director and a Masters degree psychiatric nurse. (218)

In February 1977, Dr. Saexinger, the Medical Director submitted his resignation. (219)

During the year, the hospital lost 150 employees because of budget restrictions. It closed four wards and cottages 9 and 10. (220) Patients from these two cottages were transferred to cottage R west. Geriatric patients were also housed in cottage S. (221)

The hospital purchased "normal and attractive clothing" for patients and put washers and dryers in every cottage and ward. A commercial clothing store was to open in September 1977. (222)

New Hope Foundation was incorporated. It had 12 beds for women in cottage 13 as of May 1977. (223) The corporation held its first annual meeting April 13. (224)

The children, both boys and girls, were housed in the same building. The other building, cottage 17, was to become an education center serving the entire hospital. There were 30 children at the end of the year. (225)

During the year, the staff of the police department was increased to 19 men. It was able to have an officer at the main gate 24 hours a day. (226)

At the end of the year the resident population was 822. (227)

July 1977 - June 1978

Personnel for the farm operations were transferred to the Department of Corrections, effective July 1, 1997. (228)

On August 25, 1977 the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSME) struck. Only about 25 per cent of the attendants, LPN's (licensed practical nurses), and registered nurses reported for work. The one day strike ended with an agreement that the union would participate in a review of work schedules and staffing patterns. (229)

In August 1977 officers of a patient government were elected. This organization would meet with the hospital staff on a regular basis. (230)

In December 1977, it was reported that the CEO had written to the Division of Mental Health and Hospitals requesting 158 more direct care personnel to comply with a court decision in Doe v. Klein. (231)

A clothing store for patients opened in November. The plan was to provide non-institutional clothing. The State would purchase some of the clothing in the store so patients who could not afford it would have clothing. The clothing would be individually labeled and returned to the patient (232) Previously men wore gray pants with elastic tops, and gray and green shirts. (233)

In December 1977, the Board of Trustees discussed the shortage of nursing home beds in Monmouth County. They said that it was caused by people from New York, North Jersey, and Pennslvania being placed in the homes in the county. The shortage affected the ability of Marlboro Hospital to move patients out into the community. (234)

In February the hospital attempted to give the roads non-institutional names. Cottage S drive became Sunrise Drive and Storehouse Road became Academy Road. (235)

The February 16, 1978 board of trustees meeting, it was mentioned that a court case, Doe v. Klein, established care levels at Greystone. (236) When the case was discussed in December, it was stated the Marlboro Psychiatric would need 158 more direct care personnel to comply with the criteria in the case. (237)

In May 1978, the hospital received approval to air condition cottage R. It was reported that the heat was excessive in that building. (238)

In June 1978, the hospital replaced the tank on the sludge truck. (239)

The hospital made an effort to tighten admission policy. The hospital said that it was no longer open to the homeless, infirmed, and aged regardless of need for psychological care. (240)

A halfway house was established in the building previously used by the Medical Director, One Dogwood Terrace. It was first named Serenity House, then One Dogwood Terrace. (241)

During the year the farm was turned over to the Department of Corrections on a five year lease, including the piggery, the cattle herd, and farmland. (242)

At the end of the year, the resident patient population was 752, not including 37 on temporary leave. (243) The over 65 population was 277 at the beginning, 268 at the end. (244) The adolescent unit had 24 boys, seven girls at the beginning, 23, 10 girls at the end. (245)



1. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held July 25, 1958, at Two-Thirty in the Afternoon, p. 2.

2. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held July 25, 1958, at Two-Thirty in the Afternoon, p. 5.

3. Progress report for August 1958, dated September 1, 1958, p. 4.

4. Progress report for September 1958, dated October 1, 1958, p. 1.

5. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held November 21, 1958, at One-Fifteen in the Afternoon, pp. 1 - 2.

6. Progress report for May 1959, dated June 1, 1959, p.2.

7. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held April 24, 1959, at One-Fifteen in the Afternoon, p. 4.

8. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held July 25, 1958, at One-Fifteen in the Afternoon, p. 4.

9. Progress report for September 1959, dated October 1, 1959, p. 2.

10. Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1959, p. 2.

11. Progress report for May 1959, dated June 1, 1959, p. 1.

12. Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1959, p. 1.

13. Progress report for June 1959, dated July 1, 1957, p. 3.

14. Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1959, p.1; progress report for April 1959, dated May 1, 1959, p. 3.

15. State of New Jersey Masterplanning Report, Building Evaluations and Utility Systems Study for Marlboro State Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Ronad E. Vaughn, July 14, 1972, p. 265.

16. Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1959, p. 2.

17. Thirtieth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1960, p. 14.

18. Progress report for October 1959, dated November 1, 1959, p. 2.

19. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held December 11, 1959, at One-Fifteen in the Afternoon, p. 1.

20. Progress report for November 1959, dated December 1, 1959, p. 1.

21. Progress report for January 1960, dated February 1, 1960, p. 2.

22. Progress report for January 1960, dated February 1, 1960, p. 3.

23. Progress report for May 1960, dated June 1, 1960, p. 4.

24. Progress report for April 1960, dated May 1, 1960, p. 3.

25. Progress report for May 1960, dated June 1, 1960, p. 1.

26. Thirtieth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1960, p. 4.

27. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held June 10, 1960, at Three O'Clock in the Afternoon, p. 4.

28. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held June 10, 1960, at One-Fifteen in the Afternoon, p. 4.

29. The Thirtieth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for the Year Ended June 30, 1960, p. 14.

30. Thirty-First Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1961, p. 13.

31. Medical Director's April Report, May 1, 1961, p. 3.

32. The Thirty-First Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for the Year Ended June 30, 1961, p. 16.

33. Medical Director's August Report, September 1, 1961, p. 3.

34. Thirty-Second Report Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1962, p.6.

35. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held October 13, 1961, at One-Forty-Five in the Afternoon, p.2.

36. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held December 8, 1961, at One-Forty-Five in the Afternoon, p.2.

37. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held April 13, 1962, at One Thirty in the Afternoon, p. 4.

38. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held April 13, 1962, at One Thirty in the Afternoon, p. 4.

39. Thirty-Second Annual Report of the New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro for Year Ending June 30th 1962, p. 8.

40. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, September 14, 1962, at One-Thirty in the Afternoon, p.4.

41. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, February 8, 1963, at One-Thirty in the Afternoon, p.1.

42. Medical Director's March Report, April 1, 1963, p. 2.

43. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, June 14, 1963, p. 1.

44. Medical Director's January 1963 Report, February 1, 1963, p. 4.

45. Medical Director's December Report, January 1, 1963, p. 1.

46. Medical Director's August Report, September 1, 1963, p. 5. The Proceedings report for June 8, 1962, states that these buildings had previously been the children's unit; they were occupied by senile men.

47. Mental Health Statistics, State and County Mental Hospitals, Fiscal Year 1964, Bureau of Social Research and Statiscal Analysis, Department of Institutions and Agencies, p. 15.

48. Medical Director's September Report, October 1, 1963, p. 1.

49. Medical Director's February Report, March 1, 1964, p. 1.

50. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, November 8, 1963, pp. 3 - 4.

51. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, November 8, 1963, p.1.

52. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, November 8, 1963, p. 3.

53. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, December 13, 1963, p. 2.

54. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, December 13, 1963, p. 2.

55. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, January 10, 1964 , p. 3.

56. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, January 10, 1964, p. 1.

57. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, February 14, 1964, pp. 3,4.

58. Medical Director's report for February, March 1, 1964, p. 7.

59. Medical Director's report for May, June 1, 1964, p. 2.

60. Medical Director's report for May, June 1, 1964, p. 1.

61. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, June 12, 1964, p. 3.

62. Mental Hospital Statistics, State and County, Fiscal Year 1964,Bureau of Social Research and Statistical Analysis, Department of Institutions and Agencies, p. 21.

63. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, September 11, 1964, p. 1.

64. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, April 9, 1965, p. 2.

65. Medical Director's report for April, May 1, 1965, p. 1.

66. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, July 9, 1965, p. 2.

67. Medical Director's report for June, July 1, 1965, p. 6.

68. Mental Hospital Statistics, State and County, Fiscal Year 1965,Bureau of Social Research and Statistical Analysis, Department of Institutions and Agencies, p.15.

69. Medical Director's report for May, May 31, 1966.

70. Medical Director's report for month Ending May 31, 1966, p. 5.

71. Medical Director's report for July, August 1, 1965, p. 5.

72. Medical Director's report for September, October 1, 1965, p. 5.

73. Medical Director's report for August 31, 1966, p. 3.

74. Medical Director's report for month Ending April 30, 1966, p. 5.

75. Medical Director's report for Month Ending May 31, 1966, p. 5.

76. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, June 10, 1966, p. 2.

77. Mental Hospital Statistics, State and County, Fiscal Year 1966,Bureau of Social Research and Statistical Analysis, Department of Institutions and Agencies, p. 21.

78. Medical Director's report for Month Ending September 30, 1966, p. 1.

79. Medical Director's report for Month Ending March 31, 1967, p. 1.

80. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, November 4, 1966, p. 2.

81. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, April 14, 1967, p. 1.

82. Mental Hospital Statistics, State and County, Fiscal Year 1967,Bureau of Social Research and Statistical Analysis, Department of Institutions and Agencies, pp. 27, 28.

83. Statistics for Month of November 1967 - NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, NJ.

84. Monthly Report for January 1968.

85. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of the NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, February 9, 1968, p. 3.

86. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, February 8, 1968, p. 3.

87. Monthly Report March 1968, p. 12.

88. Monthly Report July 1968, last page, Dr. Simon signed. He may have become the director the month before.

89. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, June 14, 1968, p. 3.

90. Mental Hospital Statistics, State and County, Fiscal Year 1968, Bureau of Social Research and Statistical Analysis, Department of Institutions and Agencies, pp. 40, 41.

91. Report to Board of Managers, December 1968, p. 1.

92. Monthly Report October 1968, p. 9.

93. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, January 10, 1969, p. 2.

94. Progress Report and Annual Report for the Fiscal Year 1968 - 1969, p. 24.

95. Report to Board of Managers, June 1969, p. 11.

96. Report to Board of Managers, July 1969, p. 13.

97. Report to Board of Managers, June 1969, p. 13.

98. Budget, 1969 - 1970, New Jersey State Hospital, Marlboro, Program 2, p. 3.

99. Report to Board of Managers, June 1970, p. 13.

100. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, February 13, 1970, p. 3.

101. Report to Board of Managers, March 1970, p. 17.

102. Report to Board of Managers, March 1970, p. 16.

103. Progress Report and Annual Report for Fiscal Year 1969 - 1970, p. 1.

104. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, August 14, 1970, p. 4.

105. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, October 9, 1970, p. 1.

106. Report to Board of Managers, September 1970, p. 6.

107. Report to Board of Managers, September 1970, p. 19.

108. Report to Board of Managers, July/August 1970, p. 17.

109. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers of NJ State Hospital, Marlboro, Held Friday, November 13, 1970, p. 2.

110. Report to Board of Managers, June 1970, p. 13.

111. Report to Board of Managers, November 1970, p. 17.

112. Report to Board of Managers, January 1971, p. 7.

113. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Managers, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, March 19, 1971, p. 1.

114. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Annual Report, 1970- 1971, p. 1.

115. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1971 - 1972, p. 3.

116. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1972 - 1973, p. 3.

117. State Board of Control Minutes, December 22, 1971, p. 5.

118. Report to Board of Managers, January 1972, p. 2.

119. Report to Board of Managers, February 1972, p. 1.

120. Report to Board of Trustees, June 1972, p. 1.

121. Report to Board of Managers, May 1972, p. 21.

122. Report to Board of Trustees, June 1973, p. 1.

123. Report to Board of Trustees, July 1972, p. 16.

124. State of New Jersey Masterplanning Report, Building Evaluations and Utility Systems Study for Marlboro State Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Ronald E. Vaughn, July 14, 1972, p. 529.

125. State of New Jersey Masterplanning Report, Building Evaluations and Utility Systems Study for Marlboro State Hospital, Marlboro, NJ (hereafter Masterplanning Report), Ronald E. Vaughn, July 14, 1972, p. 7.

126. Masterplanning Report, p. 21.

127. Masterplanning Report, p. 22.

128. Masterplanning Report, p. 103.

129. Masterplanning Report, p. 67.

130. Masterplanning Report, p. 75.

131. Masterplanning Report, p. 90.

132. Masterplanning Report, p.96.

133. Masterplanning Report, p. 31.

134. Masterplanning Report, p. 31.

135. Masterplanning Report, p. 45.

136. Masterplanning Report, p. 62.

137. Masterplanning Report, p. 57.

138. Masterplanning Report, p. 52.

139. Masterplanning Report, p. 533.

140. Masterplanning Report, p. 265.

141. Masterplanning Report, p. 535.

142. Masterplanning Report, p. 534.

143. Masterplanning Report, p. 534.

144. Masterplanning Report, drawing S-2, part II.

145. Masterplanning Report, drawing S-2 and p. 534.

146. Masterplanning Report, p. 160.

147. Masterplanning Report, p. 186.

148. Masterplanning Report, p. 542.

149. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, September 15, 1972, p. 1.

150. Report to Board of Trustees, April 1973, p. 2.

151. Report to Board of Trustees, December 1972, p. 13.

152. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1972 - 1973, p. 3.

153. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, November 10, 1972, p. 3.

154. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, December 15, 1972, p. 1.

155. Business Report, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1972 - 1973, p. 2.

156. Budget, 1973 - 1974, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, pp. A-1, A-6.

157. Budget, 1973 - 1974, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, p. A-6.

158. Report to Board of Trustees, June 1973, p. 1.

159. Report to Board of Trustees, June 1973, p. 8.

160. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, July 20, 1973, p. 2.

161. Report to Board of Trustees, July 1973, p. 14.

162. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, October 12, 1973,p. 2.

163. Report to Board of Trustees, November 1973, p. 2.

164. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1973 - 1974, p. 1.

165. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, January 18, 1974, p. 2.

166. Report to Board of Trustees, January 1974, p. 19.

167. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, February 15, 1974, p. 1.

168. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, May 17, 1974, p. 3.

169. Report to Board of Trustees, March 1974, p. 17.

170. Report to Board of Trustees, May 1974, p. 16.

171. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1973 - 1974, p. 6.

172. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1973 - 1974, p. 10.

173. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1973 - 1974, p. 9.

174. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1973 - 1974, pp. 1, 20.

175. Budget, 1974 - 1975, Marlboo Psychiatric Hospital, p. C-6.

176. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1975 - 1976, p. 22. This figure includes patients on temporary visit.

177. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1974 - 1975, p. 1.

178. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1974 - 1975, p. 1.

179. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, July 19, 1974, p. 2.

180. Report to Board of Trustees, September 1974, p. 2.

181. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, November 22, 1974, pp. 1,2.

182. Report to Board of Trustees, November 1974, p. 15.

183. Report to Board of Trustees, November 1974, p. 17.

184. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, January 17, 1975,p. 2.

185. Report to Board of Trustees, January 1975, p. 13.

186. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, January 12, 1975, p. 2.

187. Report to Board of Trustees, May 1975, p. 4.

188. Report to Board of Trustees, May 1975, p. 2.

189. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1974 - 1975, p. 22.

190. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1975 - 1976, p. 22. This figure does not include patients on temporary visit.

191. Report to Board of Trustees, July 1975, p. 7.

192. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, August 12, 1975, p. 2.

193. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Friday, August 12, 1975, p. 3.

194. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, December 18, 1975, p. 2.

195. Report to Board of Trustees, November 1975, p. 4.

196. Report to Board of Trustees, September 1975, p. 14.

197. Report to Board of Trustees, December 1975, p. 9.

198. Proceedings of a the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, February 24, 1976, pp. 1 - 3.

199. Report to Board of Trustees, April 1976, p. 2.

200. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, May 20, 1976, p. 4.

201. Report to Board of Trustees, April 1976, p. 8.

202. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1975 - 1976, pp. 8, 13.

203. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, July 15, 1976, p. 2.

204. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1975 - 1976, p. 20.

205. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1975 - 1976, p. 9.

206. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1975 - 1976, p. 22. This figure includes patients on temporary visit.

207. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, July 15, 1976, p. 5.

208. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, July 15, 1976, p. 2.

209. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, August 19, 1976, p. 2. I conclude that the hospital had not hired the officers that it commited to hiring previously.

210. Report to Board of Trustees, July 1976, p. 2.

211. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, September 16, 1976, p. 1.

212. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, September 16, 1976, p. 1.

213. Report to Board of Trustees, September 1976, p. 9.

214. Report to Board of Trustees, October 1976, p. 2.

215. Report to Board of Trustees, November 1976, p. 2.

216. Report to Board of Trustees, December 1976, p. 2.

217. Report to Board of Trustees, January 1977, p. 4.

218. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 3.

219. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, February 17, 1977, p. 4.

220. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, pp. 3, 5.

221. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 10.

222. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 4.

223. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 8.

224. Report to Board of Trustees, May 1977, p. 3.

225. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 12.

226. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 23.

227. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1978 - 1979, p. 1.

228. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1976 - 1977, p. 20; Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, May 19, 1977, p. 4.

229. Report to Board of Trustees, August 1977, p. 2.

230. Report to Board of Trustees, August 1977, p. 3.

231. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, December 15, 1977, p. 3.

232. Report to Board of Trustees, October 1977, p. 2; Report to Board of Trustees, November 1977, p. 10.

233. Report to Board of Trustees, November 1978, p. 2.

234. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, January 19, 1978 , p. 1.

235. Report to Board of Trustees, February 1978, p. 2.

236. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, February 16, 1978, p. 1.

237. Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, New Jersey, Held Thursday, December 15, 1977, p. 3.

238. Report to Board of Trustees, May 1979, p. 13.

239. Report to Board of Trustees, June 19787, p. 20.

240. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1977 - 1978, p. 2.

241. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1977 - 1978, pp. 2, 6; Report to Board of Trustees, May 1978, p. 2.

242. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1977 - 1978, pp. 2, 28.

243. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1978 - 1979, p. 1.

244. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1977 - 1978, p. 1.

245. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital, Marlboro, NJ, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1977 - 1978, p. 13.