Starts with patient no. 1, and has very full details. However, the pages of the register are watermarked 1802, so earliest entries must be retrospective. The first case book, RET 6/5/1, may originally have served the purpose of admission book.
Date of admission, name and residence, state, occupation, terms of admission, by whom sent, age, temperament, duration of disease, state of mind, apparent cause, when discharged, how removed, in what state, cause of death, page of treatment book. ...
Photographer not indicatedTaken from different directions, all taken after the building of the Council Houses opposite the Retreat and also after the demolition of the Entrance Lodge which dates the photographs to after the late 1960s
C.H. Wood, BradfordDifferent views from different directions, some printed at different sizesThese views may have been taken at different dates, but they are all taken after the building of the Council Houses opposite the Retreat