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These four photographs show the dedication of the Karl A. Menninger Medical Library. The Winter VA hospital (now the Colmery-O'Neil VA hospital) and the Menninger Clinic set up the largest psychiatric training center in the country after World War II.

Date: February 24, 1972

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The Karl A. Menninger Medical Library at the Topeka VA hospital in Kansas - Dr. George J. Weinstein presented Dr. Karl a citation from the VA on the occasion of the Library Seminar at the Topeka V.A. Hospital.The Karl A. Menninger Medical Library at the Topeka VA hospital in Kansas - B. Horne, Dr. Karl, Lorna Swofford and Dr. M. Escadero at the Library Seminar when the library was named the Dr. Karl A. Menninger Medical Library.The Karl A. Menninger Medical Library at the Topeka VA hospital in Kansas - Dr. Mark B. Ardis, the superintendent of the VA Hospital,  is unveiling the plaque to be installed beside the library door.The Karl A. Menninger Medical Library at the Topeka VA hospital in Kansas - Elizabeth Rubendall, Lorna Swofford, and Helen Price are with Dr. Karl and marking the first book of the Karl A. Menninger Medical Library.

The Karl A. Menninger Medical Library at the Topeka VA hospital in Kansas - Dr. George J. Weinstein presented Dr. Karl a citation from the VA on the occasion of the Library Seminar at the Topeka V.A. Hospital.

Item Number: 223376
Call Number: Menninger Foundation Photographic Collection, Box 11, #24
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223376

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