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1947

David and Bernice Kahn sightseeing

Washington (D.C.) - Paul Kahn's parents looking at a piece of paper with the Capitol Building behind them.

Paul S. Kahn Papers

2000

Unzicker, Rae, 1948-2001

Partial speech by Rae Unzicker

A speech given by Rae in front of legal scholars and professionals. Some pages are missing from the document. Rae begins the speech by talking about her experience as a mental patient, and then lists reasons why forced treatment is wrong. Rae ends the talk by discussing what it is to be a mental patient.

Rae Unzicker Papers

1955

Sharon Kahn on stairs with a doll and wrapped parcel

Massachusetts - Sharon walking down a short flight on stairs with a ramp to the left.

Paul S. Kahn Papers

1994

Unzicker, Rae, 1948-2001

Top ten reasons to oppose forced treatment

A list of the top ten reasons to oppose forced treatment prepared by Rae. The reasons include the fact that forced treatment violates the Constitution and Bill of Rights, that it promotes passivity and dependency, that it does not work, that it does not allow people to look at alternative treatment options, that it violates the Hippocratic Oath, and that it forces people to be dishonest when discussin... more

Rae Unzicker Papers

1965

Unzicker, Rae, 1948-2001

Camouflage

A poem written by Rae for Beth Butler. In the poem Rae compares herself to a butterfly whose wings have been torn off.

Rae Unzicker Papers