ADMINISTRATORS

ATHAY, Dr. Roland M. (Superintendent)

Heads Hospital; Detroit Free Press, September 25, 1949


BENNETT, Dr. E. O. (Superintendent)

excerpt; The Twelfth Biennial Report Of The Michigan State Board Of Corrections And Charities, 1895

Dr. Bennett Resigns From Wayne Asylum, Detroit Free Press, March 3, 1900

Chains Buried, and Insane Get Kindness Now; Detroit Free Press, April 28, 1940 


BENNETT, Dr. Joseph E. (Superintendent)

Denial Works As 'Dope' Cure, Say OfficialsDetroit Free Press, March 11, 1915

Michigan Stays Dry; The Survey: Social, Charitable, Civic: a Journal of Constructive Philanthropy, Volume 42, 1919

Wealthy Man Rescues Mother From Eloise; Detroit Free Press, October 8, 1922

Dr. Bennett Dies Suddenly; Detroit Free Press, April 7, 1929


DULITZ,  Dr. (Assistant Superintendent)

untitled; Detroit Free Press, June 10, 1909


GILLESPIE, James (Keeper of the House)

unitled; Detroit Free Press, August 2, 1885

obituary (for his wife); Detroit Free Press, March 10, 1904

Well-Earned Retirement; Detroit Free Press; June 25, 1905


GRUBER, Thomas K. (Superintendent)

Help For Insane Is Sought In Detroit; The Border Cities Star, June 12, 1928

Dr. Gruber Speaks On Narcotic EvilDetroit Free Press, April 11, 1930

Jobless Men Dislike Eloise; Detroit Free Press, July 10, 1931

Light Work At Eloise Scares; Detroit Free Press, July 10, 1931

Eloise Hospital Tunnel Bombed, Detroit Free Press, October 6, 1931

Untitled (dynamite bombing); The Owosso Argus-Press, October 6, 1931 

Find Leprosy Case At Eloise; The Border Cities Star, August 8, 1933

Over 8,000 Jobless Jammed Into Forced Labor Infirmary; Daily Worker, February 16, 1934 

Suffers From Adverse News; The Windsor Daily Star, August 16, 1935

Untitled; Detroit Free Press, November 23, 1935

Putting the Finishing Touches on Eloise Murals; Detroit Free Press, April 5, 1936

Letter to the Editor; The Owosso Argus-Press, May 6, 1936

Detroit Hardest Hit; Death Toll Nears 400; The Milwaukee Sentinel, July 14, 1936

Plight of the Sick at Eloise Deplored; Detroit Free Press, December 17, 1936 

Other Authorities Act; Detroit Free Press, April 1, 1937

Receiving Hospital Problem Amplified by Mental Survey; Detroit Free Press, March 7, 1938

4 Eloise Hospital Inmates Dead From Drinking Alcohol; The Evening News, October 4, 1938

Deaths Attributed To Methyl Alcohol; The Owosso Argus-Press, October 5, 1938

Find Chemist Mixed Drinks At Eloise; The Ludington Daily News, October 5, 1938

Southeastern Women Club To Meet; The Grosse Pointe Review, October 13, 1938

Untitled; Detroit Free Press, February 3, 1934

Eloise to Test 'Frozen Sleep'; Detroit Free Press, December 17, 1939

Chains Buried, and Insane Get Kindness Now; Detroit Free Press, April 28, 1940

Music Living Demented Minds Back into Reality at Eloise; Detroit Free Press, April 28, 1940 

Music Medicine In Regular Doses Helps Mental Patients; The Palm Beach Post; January 18, 1944

Delicate Brain Operation May Save Wayward Woman; The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 6, 1946

Brain Surgery Alters Outlook; The Cass City Chronicle, April 18, 1947

Physician Collapses at Home; Detroit Free Press, August 8, 1949

Candidates Join Hospital Meet; The Grosse Pointe Review, August 24, 1950


HARVEY, Thomas C. (General supervisor)

Two Heavy Shot; Detroit Free Press; April 20, 1911


KUNDIG, Rev. Martin (Superintendent)

speech; Proceedings of the Convention of the State Association of Superintendents of the Poor, Michigan, 1918

Michigan Stays Dry; The Survey: Social, Charitable, Civic: a Journal of Constructive Philanthropy, Volume 42, 1919


MARKER, John J. (Superintendent)

Relief for His Ward; Detroit Free Press, September 24, 1901

untitled; Detroit Free Press, October 6, 1904

Dr. Marker Gets Place; Detroit Free Press, June 2, 1905

Untitled; The Essex Free Press, January 26, 1906

Mrs. J. J. Marker Dies; Detroit Free Press, April 28, 1907

Medics Go To Eloise; Detroit Free Press, May 26, 1907

Doctors All Go Out to Eloise; Detroit Free Press, May 22, 1909

Domestic Kills Herself; Detroit Free Press, January 15, 1911

She Remembers County Charges; Detroit Free Press, December 25, 1911

Obituary; The Journal of the American Medical Association, July 2, 1921

Chief Of Eloise Killed By Train; Detroit Free Press, September 3, 1921


SAUNDERS, Duncan U. (Assistant Superintendent)

Auto Injury Kills an Eloise Official; Detroit Free Press, September 26, 1937