Photo booth image of Andrew Voyce as a revolving door patient

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Photo booth image of Andrew Voyce as a revolving door patient

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Andrew Voyce, revolving door, psychosis, vagrancy, photo booth

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This photograph was taken in a photo booth about 1987. It is the only momento I have of a period of five years of homelessness from 1986-1991. I was about forty years old and lived in bus shelters, I was supported by a daily rate dole payment from the DSS and I did not beg or steal for gain. At this time, I was severely psychotic and lived in a world of delusions and paranoia.

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Andrew Voyce

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This work is licensed under: Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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Andrew Voyce, “Photo booth image of Andrew Voyce as a revolving door patient,” Archive of mental health recovery stories, accessed December 14, 2019, https://mentalhealthrecovery.omeka.net/items/show/60.