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C. F. Menninger Memorial Hospital, Topeka, Kansas

These photographs show interior views of the C.F. Menninger Memorial Hospital when it hosted an Open House. This was another stage in the development of the Menninger Clinic. Menninger is a leading psychiatric hospital dedicated to treating individuals with mood, personality, anxiety and addictive disorders, teaching mental health professionals and advancing mental healthcare through research. It was located in Topeka, Kansas, from 1925 to 2003 and is now in Houston, Texas.

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Republic Pharmacy, Belleville, Kansas

This colored post card photograph shows an interior view of the Republic Pharmacy in Belleville, Kansas. The proprietor is W. D. Haning, M. D. Three men are visible in the store. There are long display cases and shelves full of items for sale along both sides of the store, with a soda fountain visible in the right foreground of the picture.

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Durant Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas

This photograph shows an exterior view of the original Durant Drug Store located at 1316 West 15th Street in Topeka, Kansas. A man is visible standing in front of the store. The sign on the left window reads, "S. W. Durant, M. D." The sign on the right window advertises postage stamps. The hanging sign above the doorway advertises "Delicious soda water, Choice Havana and domestic cigars." A sign in the left window advertises the store as an agency for the White Star Laundry in Topeka. Various other signs are partially visible in the front windows of the store.

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Cheney Drug Company, Cheney, Kansas

These photographs show views of the Cheney Drug Company store in Cheney, Kansas. The first photograph shows an exterior view of the Cheney Drug Company located in the Collins and Joslyn Building. Four men are visible standing in front of the store, and a sign below the windows advertises drugs and soda water. The offices above the drug store are identified as those of Dr. Artman, M. D., and the telephone office. The business to the left of the drug store is identified as Robert King Jewelry Store. Four men are visible near the front of the store on the right side of the picture, and a girl and a dog are visible in front of the store to the left of Cheney Drug Company. A horse-drawn buggy and a wagon are visible in the street. The second photograph shows an interior view of the Cheney Drug Company store. A man and woman are visible standing in the store. Many display cases are visible along both sides of the store, and shelves line the left, back, and right walls. The shelves on the left appear to be filled with bottles of chemicals and pharmacy supplies. A partially visible sign across the top of the back shelves reads, "To cure a cold in one day." The hanging sign near the middle of the picture reads, "Wise men smoke Ben-Hur cigars," and advertises the five cent price. A wall clock is visible on the left side of the back wall.

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Carlin's Drug Store, Salina, Kansas

These three photographs show exterior and interior views of Carlin's Drug Store in Salina, Kansas. The first photograph shows an exterior view of the store which is different from the other dated exterior view. The sign above the stairs leading to the office on the upper floor reads, "Dr. Dewees." The second photograph shows an exterior view with a sign reading, "Carlin's Pharmacy," and showing the traditional mortar and pestle pharmacy symbol. Three girls and a dog are visible in front of the store. Signs in the windows advertise the comedian Harry Corson Clarke and a presentation titled "His Absent Boy." The third photograph shows an interior view of the store with three men visible. The men are identified (from left to right) as Henry Law, Frank Law, and Tom Carlin. Several display cases are visible along the left and right sides of the store, and the case in the middle contains boxes of cigars. Bottles of chemicals and pharmacy supplies are visible on the shelves along the left side of the store.

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Tully-McFarland Drug Company, Topeka, Kansas

These three photographs show exterior views of the Tully-McFarland Drug Company located on the northwest corner of 9th Street and Kansas Avenue in Topeka, Kansas. In the first photograph, signs on the front of the store read, "The Rexall Store," and advertise for cigars, candies, prescriptions, and Coca-Cola. Various items are partially visible in the store windows. A standing weighing scale is in the doorway outside the store. The second photograph shows a view looking down the sidewalk past the front of the store. Other business signs visible along the block include signs reading, "Doctors Lindsay," "Avalon Bar," and "Jewelers." A few people are visible walking along the sidewalk, and an automobile is visible parked at the curb. The third photograph shows a view looking past the corner of the drug store towards buildings across the street. Items in the drug store window are labeled, "Trutone, the Strength Maker." A sign advertising the musical comedy "My Home Town Girl" on Tuesday, February 8, indicates the year is 1916. A sign on a building in the background advertises Owl Cigars for 5 cents.

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