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These photographs were in an envelope in the Menninger Collection marked "KAM, pictures carried in wallet during WW II." Dr. Karl with his father, Dr. C. F. and his brother, Dr. Will, founded the Menninger Clinic, which was the nation's first group psychiatry practice, in 1919 in Topeka, Kansas.

Date: 1943

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Photographs carried by Dr. Karl Menninger during WW II. - Dr. Karl and his son Robert, taken in 1943.Photographs carried by Dr. Karl Menninger during WW II. - Robert in 1943Photographs carried by Dr. Karl Menninger during WW II. - Martha, Robert and Julia, Dr. KarlPhotographs carried by Dr. Karl Menninger during WW II. - Julia in 1943Photographs carried by Dr. Karl Menninger during WW II. - Dr. C. F. Menninger with Walter Truitt, the Clinic gardener.  The setting is the rock garden on the east campus with White Cottage in the background.  Dr. C. F. was Dr. Karl

Photographs carried by Dr. Karl Menninger during WW II. - Dr. Karl and his son Robert, taken in 1943.

Item Number: 223368
Call Number: Menninger Foundation Photographic Collection, Box 9, #4
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223368

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