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Menninger photograph collection

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Date: Between 1919 and 2003

Level of Description: Item

Material Type: Photograph

Call Number: Unavailable

Unit ID: 225267

Summary: This box contains images from the Menninger photograph collection. The Menninger Clinic, founded in 1919 in Topeka, Kansas, developed innovative approaches for treating mentally ill patients.

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Title (Main title): Menninger photograph collection

Part of: Menninger Foundation Archives. Corporate Records of the Menninger Foundation. Menninger Foundation Archives Photograph Collection. Series VIII - Group Photos. Group Photos - R. Social Work.

Scope and Content

Portions of Collection Not Separately Described:

  1. A photograph of the research staff housed in the Murphy building, December, 1992. Envelope 687
  2. A photograph of Japanese Quail eggs. Envelope 688
  3. A photograph of Steven Fahrion, PhD at a compuuter working on a hypertension research project. The photograph was taken by Hank Young. Envelope 688
  4. A photograph of Rex Hartzell. Envelope 688
  5. A photograph of Japanese Quail in their cages and eggs below. The photograph was taken by Hank Young. Envelope 688
  6. A photograph of two baby Japanese Quail used for research purposes. Envelope 688
  7. A photograph of Herb Spohn posed next to a tree. Envelope 688
  8. A photograph of two men and a MRI machine. The photograph was taken by Hank Young. Envelope 688
  9. A photograph Dr. Lolafaye Coyne at her desk. The photograph was taken by Hank Young. Envelope 688
  10. A man with with either computer or reel to reel recording tapes. Envelope 688
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