The best museum you’ve never heard of: Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health

The cream-colored straitjacket is framed against a stark black background and hangs behind glass. It was, in all likelihood, fashioned by a patient at the then Oregon State Insane Asylum, where sewing was once considered occupational therapy.

The straitjacket is one of several exhibits on permanent display in a small Salem museum you’ve likely never been to or even heard of.

Source: The best museum you’ve never heard of: Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health | OregonLive.com