After Leonard Frank’s memorial service, a small group of us went to his apartment on Webster Street to look through his books and publications. Here are some photos (click on each one to see a full sized version):
Leonard Frank’s kitchen cabinets-filled with books.
David Cohen reaching for a high up book on Leonard Frank’s shelf
Leonard Frank’s wall tribute to Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Szasz.
A recipe taped to Leonard’s refrigerator: carrots, celery, apple, walnuts (7).
A recipe on Leonard’s fridge with instructions on how to consume both food and life. Small spoonfuls. 60 bites (count)…trust… Silence-no media. Do it as though your life depends on it-because it does.
Leonard Frank’s wall. Psychiatry is social control.
Leonard’s bathroom. Quite a few pencils on the windowsill.
Leonard Frank as a child
David Cohen, author of Your Drug May Be Your Problem and numerous other books, drove up from LA.
View From Leonard Frank’s apartment
Wade Hudson, Leonard Frank’s best friend, sitting in Frank’s library after the memorial.