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This box contains images from the Menninger photograph collection. The Menninger Clinic, founded in 1919 in Topeka, Kansas, developed innovative approaches for treating mentally ill patients. Dr. Meredith Maxfield Titus (2 images), Dr.Robert Wallerstein, Director of Research (1), Harold Winsinger with IBM AS/400 host computer (1), and Dr. Kathryn Zerbe (2), Menninger Clinic are the people in the photographs

Date: Between 1919 and 2003

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Menninger photograph collection - View of Dr. Meredith Maxifeld Titus holding a microphone. Envelope #2545Menninger photograph collection - View of Dr. Meredith Maxfield Titus holding a microphone.  Envelope #2545Menninger photograph collection - View of Dr.Robert Wallerstein, Director of Research.  Envelope #2613Menninger photograph collection - View of Harold Winsinger with IBM AS/400 host computer.  Envelope #2729Menninger photograph collection - View of Dr. Kathryn Zerbe holding a book.  Envelope #2785Menninger photograph collection - View of Dr. Kathryn Zerbe speaking to an audience.  Envelope #2785

Menninger photograph collection - View of Dr. Meredith Maxifeld Titus holding a microphone. Envelope #2545

Item Number: 225203
Call Number: Menninger Photograph Collection, Box 37
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225203

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