02 October 2012

Tribune Tuesdays: Forgot He Had a Home

From: The Oakland Tribune, 06 March 1912, Page 3, Column 6


Superior Judge W. H. Waste was convinced this morning that E. R. Armstrong, of 1937 Berkeley way, Berkeley, should be placed in the Napa asylum when he appeared in court for an examination as to his sanity and said that he did not remember having been in the room yesterday. He also forgot that he had a home and friends, failing to recognize both for so long that his brother R. R. Armstrong finally swore to a complaint.

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