This study consists of detailed information about 750 of the 17, 120 patients served by the Northern New Jersey Mental Hygiene Clinics in the 25 years of their existence. The sampling consisted of the first 250 cases closed in 1930, 1940, and 1950, respectively. The community-behavioral adjustment, prognosis for therapy, estimated improvement, age, mental level, and educational background of the clientele were reviewed. Examples used for evaluations of qualitative data were cited. Some implications of the findings have been presented.