Primary and Historical Sources:
Dave Beamish, video-taped oral history interviews, conducted in Vancouver, BC in June 2010 and May 2011 by Megan Davies.
Lanny Beckman, audio-taped oral history interviews, conducted in Vancouver, BC in June 2010 and July 2011 by Megan Davies and in July 2014 by Marina Morrow.
Lanny Beckman, audio-taped interview and Lanny Beckman and Stan Persky, audio-taped interview, conducted in Vancouver BC in 1995 by Irit Shimrat. Irit Shimrat, Personal Audio-tape Collection.
Lanny Beckman, “Mental Patients Association: Origin, development, and principles,” The Print Window, no.1, June 9, 1971, no page.
Lanny Beckman, “On the Mentally Oppressed: A personal story,” Georgia Straight, December 29, 1970 – January 6, 1971, p.15.
Lanny Beckman, Personal Papers and Photo Collection.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Hourglass, Vancouver, January 30, 1971.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, TV News Item, “Mental Slums,” September 29, 1981.
John Cummings, A Plan for Vancouver, 1972.
Coast Foundation Society, Records.
Patty Gazzola, Personal Photograph Collection.
Eve Hamilton, Personal Photograph Collection.
Jackie Hooper, video-taped oral history interview, conducted in Vancouver, BC in June 2010 by Megan Davies.
Jackie Hooper, oral history interview, conducted in Vancouver, BC in February 2013 and November 2013 by Geertje Boschma.
Jackie Hooper, Personal papers and Photograph Collection.
Hooper, “A Housing Solution for the Emotionally Disabled,” The Social Worker/ La Travailleur Social, 50, no. 4 (1982): 165-66.
In A Nutshell, available in Special Collections at the Vancouver Public Library and online at CHODDAR
Geoff McMurchy, video-taped oral history interview, conducted in Victoria in June 2010 by Megan Davies.
Jayne Melville Whyte, audio-taped interview, conducted via Skype in June 2014 by Megan Davies.
MPA, Photograph Collection.
Hugh Parfitt, Personal Papers.
Hugh Parfitt, video-taped oral history interview, conducted in Coquitlam, BC in June 2010 by Megan Davies.
Stan Persky and Michele Burnet, “How the NDP’s Dennis Cocke took the community out of community mental health… and why,” Canadian Dimension, November 1973, vol 10, no 3, pp.32-41.
Provincial Archives of British Columbia: GR 498, BC Ministry of Human Resources and GR 2678 BC Ministry of Human Resources.
David Reville, Personal Photo Collection.
David Reville, audio-taped interview, conducted in Toronto in June 2014 by Megan Davies.
Riverview Historical Society, Papers and Photo Collection.
Peter Tomlinson, video-taped oral history interview, conducted in Vancouver, BC in June 2010 by Marina Morrow.
Tom Watt, “Getting Back on Track,” The Vancouver Province, December 2, 1984.
Dave Beamish, King of the World, Poems and Prose, p.55 (T.p. verso, Vancouver Public Library, 2003).
Lanny Beckman and Megan Davies, “Democracy is a very radical idea,” in: J Brenda LeFrançois, Robert Menzies, Geoffrey Reaume (eds), Mad Matters: A Critical Reader in Canadian Mad Studies, 49-63, (Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2013).
Geertje Boschma, Megan Davies, and Marina Morrow (2014). “Those people known as mental patients…”: Professional and patient engagement in community mental health in Vancouver, BC in the 1970s. Oral History Forum d’histoire orale 34 (2014).
Chamberlain, J. (1979). On Our Own: Patient Controlled Alternatives to the Mental Health System. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Davies, M.J. (Producer), & MPA Documentary Collective (Director). The Inmates Are Running the Asylum: Stories from MPA [Documentary]. Canada: History of Madness Productions, 2013.
Erika Dyck, “Dismantling the Asylum and Charting New Pathways into the Community: Mental Health Care in Twentieth Century Canada,” Histoire Sociale/Social History 44, no. 88 (2011), 181-196.
Shimrat, I. (1997). Call Me Crazy: Stories from the Mad Movement. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1997.