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These twelve photographs show the hospital built by the Security Benefit Association for its members who paid a nickel a month for hospital care, an orphanage for their children if the member died, and an old folks home all centered around a model farm in Topeka, Kansas.

Date: 1920

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Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - The main entrance to the complex.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - "A" building which was the childrenEarly outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - "B" building for the aged members of the Security Benefit Association.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - "C" building for the elderly.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - "D" building which was used for a nursesEarly outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - The school and auditorium building on the S.B.A. complex.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - "DEarly outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - The power house "D" building and the conservatory.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - The conservatory.  There was a pond to the north and one to the south of this building.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - The 2,000,000 gallon reservoir on the S.B.A. farm.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - Cedar Crest , a summer cottage on the S.B. A. farm.Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - A flock of poultry on the S.B.A. farm.

Early outdoor scenes from the Security Benefit Association home and hospital farm in Topeka, Kansas - The main entrance to the complex.

Item Number: 224537
Call Number: Menninger Photographic Collection, Box 40 #52
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 224537

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