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Four photographs relating to the Osawatomie State Hospital in Osawatomie, Kansas. The first image shows the building listed as the first "Insane Asylum" in Kansas, known as "The Lodge," in Osawatomie in 1866. The photograph of the man with the phonograph is from 1886, and the last two photographs are from open house displays in May 1966. The man with the phonograph is Frank Smith, the first music therapist at Osawatomie State Hospital.

Date: 1866-1966

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Osawatomie State Hospital - First "Insane Asylum" in KansasOsawatomie State Hospital - This photograph is of Frank Smith, the first music therapist at Osawatomie.  His salary was $20.00 a month.Osawatomie State Hospital - This  photograph is from the Open House in 1966, displaying an "Old Asylum Patients Room."Osawatomie State Hospital - A photograph of some items on display at the Open House in 1966.

Osawatomie State Hospital - First "Insane Asylum" in Kansas

Item Number: 224684
Call Number: Menninger Foundation Photographic Collection, Box 42, #16
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 224684

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