In Chapter 1 of my book, RAINBOW IN THE NIGHT: A JOURNEY OF REDEMPTION, you’ll read about what life was like living in the main administration building of a large state mental hospital in the 1950’s. This was the staircase we used every day to leave the superintendent’s apartment, which was housed on the 2nd floor.
The staircase spilled out into the main lobby, and we were treated like the “first family.” My father was so well respected as the superintendent that the staff would rise to their feet to greet him. He was definitely the patriarchal figure in the hospital.
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