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Martin Leichtman, PhD, the first J. Cotter Hirschberg professor at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas

This is a photograph of Roy Menninger, M.D. and J. Cotter Hirschberg, M.D. presenting Martin Leichtman, PhD with the first J. Cotter Hirschberg professorship. J. Cotter Hirschberg was a child psychiatrist at the Menninger Clinic. Dr. Hirschberg wrote many books for children with mental health themes.

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Aerial view of Menninger Clinic Children's Division, Topeka, Kansas

This is an aerial view of Southard, the Menninger Clinic's facilities for children. It shows the Carriage House in the upper center of the photo, the North House with the many dormers in the middle, and the South House and craft shop in the lower area of the photograph. Topeka's Sixth Street is the street running through the middle of the photograph.

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Christmas party for children from the Menninger Child Care Center in Topeka, Kansas

A child care facility was built on the Menninger west campus in Topeka, Kansas, for children of employees. These five photographs show a group of the children and their parents enjoying a Christmas Party at Thornlea Dining Room with Santa Claus.

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Robert and Ann Gottesman

These two photographs show Robert and Ann Gottesman, son and daughter of Julia Menninger Gottesman, Dr. Karl Menninger's daughter. Ann is playing with a toy sewing machine and Robert is playing with wooden blocks.

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Advertising for Security Benefit Association in Topeka, Kansas

This is an advertising card for joining the Security Benefit Association, an early social security system. There was a model hospital for the members who paid a nickel a month for hospital care. That fee also covered an orphanage for their children if the member died and an old folks home all centered around a model farm in Topeka, Kansas.

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