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1840 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeAlmora leprosy asylum was founded by Sir Henry Ramsay, who was stationed there in 1835 and returned in 1840 as a civil officer in Kumauru. (According to a questionairre returned by the Home in 1931 it it was founded in 1836: Source: League of Nations Archive: File 29098). [Leprosarium] [India]
1850 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeIn 1850, Almora was handed over to the London Missionary Society. It was supported by the Mission to Lepers. [Leprosarium] [India]
1851 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeUnder charge of Rev. J H Budden, LMS [Leprosarium] [India]
1851 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeIt was managed by the London Missionary Society from 1851 until 1926.
Source: League of Nations Archive: File 29098. [Leprosarium] [India]
1866 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeAsylum had 100 inmates [Leprosarium] [India]
1879 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeReceived first grant from the Mission to Lepers [Leprosarium] [India]
1886 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeAlmora was "Open to persons from all parts. Separation of the sexes was enforced strictly, without any exception."Selections from the Government of India Home Department: Papers Relating to the Treatment of Leprosy in India from 1887-95, (Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1896): 7 [Leprosarium] [India]
1890 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeAlmora is mentioned in the Report of the Leprosy Commission [Leprosarium] [India]
1890 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeWellesley Bailey visited in 1890, when Sir Henry Ramsay was still there, as was Mr Budden, Rev G M Bulloch and the LMS)
Bailey, W. The Lepers of Our Indian Empire: A Visit to Them in 1890-91, London: John Shaw, 1891. [Leprosarium] [India]
1924 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeProclaimed as part of United Provinces. Aided by the Mission to Lepers. See Wellesley Bailey's work Fifty Years' Work for Lepers 1874-1924, London: The Mission to Lepers, 1924, for photo of Almora Leprosy Asylum. [Leprosarium] [India]
1926 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeIt was managed by the Methodist Episcopalian Church from 1926.
Source: League of Nations Archive: File 29098. [Leprosarium] [India]
1931 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeMasih, M, 'Report of the Almora Leper Asylum for the period January 1931 to June 1931'. Lep. India, 3.4 (1931): 163.
Source: Keffer, L, Índice Bibliográfico da Lepra:1.500-1.944, Vol II, I-P. Biblioteca do Departamento da Lepra do São Paulo, Brasil, 1946. [Leprosarium] [India]
1931 Almora TLM Hospital and Home76 patients in 9 rows of solidly constructed buildings. Full capacity was 80.
It was funded by United Provices Government, Mission to Lepers, and local donations.
It was directed by Rev JN Hollister. Medical care was provided by Dr Monohar Maiih and one assistant.
Source: League of Nations Archive: File 29098. [Leprosarium] [India]
1932 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeMasih, M, 'Anti-leprosy work in the Almora Leper Asylum'. Lep. India, 4.2 (1932): 111.
Source: Keffer, L, Índice Bibliográfico da Lepra:1.500-1.944, Vol II, I-P. Biblioteca do Departamento da Lepra do São Paulo, Brasil, 1946. [Leprosarium] [India]
1935 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeAnnual report for 1934 of the Almora Leper Asylum'. Lep. India, 7.2 (1935): 92.
Source: Keffer, L, Índice Bibliográfico da Lepra:1.500-1.944, Vol II, I-P. Biblioteca do Departamento da Lepra do São Paulo, Brasil, 1946. [Leprosarium] [India]
1941 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeThe leprosarium had accommodation for 110 patients, and was run by a Mission.
Source: Report on Leprosy and its Control in India by the Committee appointed by the Central Advisory Board of Health (1941). Government of India Press, New Dehli, 1942, p. 59. [Leprosarium] [India]
2002 Almora TLM Hospital and HomeSuperintendent, Cornelius Walter, TLM Hospital and Home, Almora - 263 601, Uttar Pradesh, India. [Leprosarium] [India]
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