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This pamphlet is promoting the home and hospital section of the Security Benefit Association in Topeka, Kansas. The facility was located west of Sixth Avenue in Topeka, Kansas and was owned and operated by the fraternal organization. The 400-acre grounds consisted of a hospital, retirement home, children's home, a school and greenhouse. In the 1950s the cooperative farm was abandoned when the company ceased to be a fraternal organization and became primarily a life insurance company known as Security Benefit Life. The land was later sold to the Menninger Foundation. Today only a few structures of the original campus remain.

Date: 1930

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Item Number: 221859
Call Number: Menninger Coll. #786, Box IR-17 SBA, Folder Security Benefit Association Security News (1930)
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 221859

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