23, A Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Akwesasne Mohawk
Administrator of /r/Asylums, a community (4000+ Strong!) that is dedicating to showing users on Reddit the often overlooked but exquisite architectural elements of 19th and 20th century era "Insane Asylums" State Hospitals and more! In North America and around the World! Check us out!
Buffalo State Hospital- I love this building, I love how it looks medieval-esque, those two towers man, I love them. Henry H. Richardson was quite the architect.
Danvers State Hospital- I enjoy Administration buildings that have towers in the center.
Columbus State Hospital- Look at the High Victorian Gothic architecture! Simply breathtaking, what I would give to go back in time and see this beauty.
Greystone Park State Hospital- I prefer Greystone in its original form, with the dome on top, and mansard roofing. (Damn that Chris Christie for tearin ol' Greystone down!)