InstitutionalCemeteries.org is an attempt to catalog all known cemeteries in the United States and Canada established for residents of asylums, poorhouses, poor farms, prisons, orphanages, and similar institutions
Opened in 1889 as the New York City Farm for the Insane, Central Islip State Hospital (CISH) became the largest psychiatric institution in New York State and perhaps the world. The 1925 New York State census represents the hospital during a peak period.
The Jewish Consumptive Relief Society (JCRS) was founded in Denver, Colorado in 1904 as a non-sectarian sanatorium to treat tuberculosis (TB) patients in all stages of the disease. The society was founded by a group of immigrant Eastern European Jewish men, many of whom were themselves victims of TB.
The Washington State Historical Society's Research Center has posted 11,000 hospital records from the Northern Pacific Beneficial Association Northern Pacific Hospital Records, Tacoma, Washington, 1905-1930.
An index to The Royal Women's Hospital (Victoria, Australia) digitised Midwifery Book No. 1 (1856-1876). This index is a finding aid for original hospital birth records, many of which were not registered.
The Seattle General Hospital records cover the years, 1906-1980, and are divided into seven record series: Minutes, Record Books, Property records, Reports, Publicity, Women’s Auxiliary, and Miscellaneous Items.