Edith Bouvier Beale what was her mental condition?
It was never scientifically proven, but she was probably completely mentally stable. Just a tad eccentric.
It is not known if Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis ever stayed at the Barbizon 63 in New York City. It would make sense if she knew tenants or sought to preserve the building for historical and architectural significance. But a famous cousin of hers, Edith Bouvier Beale was said to be a one time resident back when the hotel only allowed women to be above the second floor and as tenants.
Edith Patton Lewis has written: 'The nurse in community mental health' -- subject(s): Community mental health services, Psychiatric nursing 'Nursing in cardiovascular diseases' -- subject(s): Cardiovascular system, Diseases, Nursing 'Changing patterns of nursing practice' -- subject(s): Addresses, essays, lectures, Nursing
Starvation Edith Frank's mental health decayed after her two daughters were sent to a different concentration camp September 30, 1944. she would not eat, but she squirreled away bread that she kept in her bed, "for her husband" she became sick and died in January, 1945. ten days later that concentration camp was liberated by the red army.