Menninger Foundation [Clinic] records

Institutional Collection No. 078


TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Historical Notes
  • Scope and Content Note
  • Arrangement of Collection
  • Restrictions
  • Index terms
  • Related Material
  • Administrative Information
  • Detailed Description of the Collection
  • Series I: Menninger Publications
  • Series II: Research of Lolafaye Coyne, PhD
  • Series III: Medical Realia.
  • Series IV: Addendum, 1946-1994
  • Repository: John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
    Creator: Menninger Foundation
    Title: Menninger Foundation [Clinic] records.
    Dates: 1854-2003.
    Quantity: 84 cubic feet (123 boxes)
    Abstract: Menninger Foundation [Clinic] records comprises medical realia, publications, and ephemera from the Menninger Clinic and its former owners. The collection illustrates the evolution of the science of psychiatry and psychiatric treatment as seen through the eyes of America’s first family of psychiatry, the Menningers, who opened its eponymous clinic in Topeka, Kansas, in 1925. Objects in the collection date as far back as 1854 through 2003, the year the clinic and its archive moved to Houston. The bulk of the collection is in good condition and consist of 84 cubic feet (123 boxes).
    Identification: IC 078
    Location: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library, Houston, Texas.
    Language: English.

    Historical Notes

    Charles Fredrick (C. F.) Menninger, MD (also known as Dr. C. F. and CFM), began the Menninger Clinic in 1925. Although not initially a trained psychiatrist, he had an interest in psychiatry and is considered a pioneer in the then-emerging field. Two of his sons specialized in psychiatry at medical school and joined him in operating the clinic. Karl Augustus Menninger, who recently had graduated from medical school, joined him in the clinic late that same year. His son William Claire Menninger, Karl’s younger brother, joined the clinic in 1927. Dr. Karl and Dr. Will, as the brothers were known, became leaders in the field. Dr. Karl managed the medical side of the clinic, while Dr. Will managed the finances and administration as the CEO. When Dr. Will died unexpectedly in 1966, Dr. Karl briefly took over as CEO before Dr. Will’s son Roy Menninger, MD, known as Dr. Roy, was elected CEO. When Dr. Roy retired in 1993, his younger brother, William Walter (Walt) Menninger, known as Dr. Walt, succeeded him. John McKelvey succeeded Dr. Walt in 2001, and Dr. Walt was named chairman of The Menninger Foundation board of trustees. Menninger moved to Houston in 2003 after it formed an affiliation with The Methodist Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine.

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    Scope and Content Note

    On May 23, 2003, the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library acquired The Menninger Foundation’s collections of publications and medical realia. This coincided with the transfer of the Menninger Clinic from its original home in Topeka, Kansas, to its new home in Houston, Texas.

    The Menninger collection comprises medical realia, publications, and ephemera from the Menninger Clinic and its former owners. The collection illustrates the evolution of the science of psychiatry and psychiatric treatment as seen through the eyes of America’s first family of psychiatry, the Menningers, who opened its eponymous clinic in Topeka, Kansas, in 1925. Objects in the collection date as far back as 1854 through 2003, the year the clinic and its archive moved to Houston.

    Charles Fredrick (C. F.) Menninger, MD (also known as Dr. C. F. and CFM), began the Menninger Clinic in 1925. Although not initially a trained psychiatrist, he had an interest in psychiatry and is considered a pioneer in the then-emerging field. Two of his sons specialized in psychiatry at medical school and joined him in operating the clinic. Karl Augustus Menninger, who recently had graduated from medical school, joined him in the clinic late that same year. His son William Claire Menninger, Karl’s younger brother, joined the clinic in 1927. Dr. Karl and Dr. Will, as the brothers were known, became leaders in the field. Dr. Karl managed the medical side of the clinic, while Dr. Will managed the finances and administration as the CEO. When Dr. Will died unexpectedly in 1966, Dr. Karl briefly took over as CEO before Dr. Will’s son Roy Menninger, MD, known as Dr. Roy, was elected CEO. When Dr. Roy retired in 1993, his younger brother, William Walter (Walt) Menninger, known as Dr. Walt, succeeded him. John McKelvey succeeded Dr. Walt in 2001, and Dr. Walt was named chairman of The Menninger Foundation board of trustees. Menninger moved to Houston in 2003 after it formed an affiliation with The Methodist Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine.

    The collection is maintained in the McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center at the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library. The bulk of the collection has been processed at box and folder level. Most of the realia has be processed at the item level due to the nature of the materials.

    Please note that the collection includes a Menninger museum register of realia. Items in this finding aid with numbers included in their description may be referenced in the museum register. The register is located in the IC 78 control folder. Please consult an archivist.

    The bulk of the collection is in good condition and consists of 84 cubic feet (123 boxes).

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    Arrangement of Collection

    This collection is arranged into the following series.

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    Access restrictions

    This material is unrestricted.

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    Menninger Rare Book Collection

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    Index terms

    This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

    Menninger, Charles Frederick, 1862-1953.
    Menninger, Karl A. (Karl Augustus), 1893.
    Menninger, William Claire, 1899-1966.

    Menninger family.

    Menninger Clinic.

    Hospitals, Psychiatric–history–Kansas.
    Menninger Clinic. Psychiatry.
    Psychiatry.

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    Preferred Citation

    Menninger Foundation [Clinic] records; 1854-2003; IC 078; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

    Please cite the box and folder numbers where appropriate.

    The Menninger Clinic donated this material to the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

    Processing Information

    Materials were generally processed in original order. Medical realia are housed in boxes. Large or odd-sized items have been placed in the GAF (Garment Artifact Framed) Section, each assigned an GAF# and inventoried. A few items were discarded due to poor condition or duplications. Discarded items are lists below:

    M-456 David and Kidder’s Patent Magneto Electric Machine 1854 (2)
    M-125A Wood box, empty, inscribed with: Dono / Delle Fabbriche Riunite / Amido Glucosio Destrina / Alla Clinica Neuropsichiatrica / Dell’ Universita di Roma
    Ceramic and metal electric sterilizer (2)
    Metal medical device manufactured by Spencer Lens Co.
    71.1.1 Black leather bag. The leather bag was discarded due to poor condition. Contents of the bag were retained. See the Series III Medical Realia detailed listing.

    Accruals

    The collection was initially acquired in 2003 from the Menninger Foundation. Additional materials were found and added as an addendum to the colleciton in 2017.

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    Detailed Description of the Collection

    Series I: Menninger Publications
    Scope and Content for Series I: Menninger Publications: This series includes staff publications and articles from professional and general publications, including typed articles submitted for publication, copies of published articles alone and within publications, copies of news articles and publications, copies of printouts of Menninger Clinic website content. The series has been minimally processed and is described only at box level. The materials are in excellent condition. 37 cubic feet (73 boxes).
    Subseries A: Menninger Staff Publications.
    This subseries includes articles and copies of medical journals in which the Menningers and staff members published papers. Journals include International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, Psychiatric Studies and Projects, and The Psychiatric Forum. This subseries is organized alphabetically by journal title.
    Box Folder
    1 Ab-App
    Box Folder
    2 App-Bar
    Box Folder
    3 Bas-Bol
    Box Folder
    4 Bom-Bry
    Box Folder
    5 Brz-Cho
    Box Folder
    6 Cho-Cra
    Box Folder
    7 Cra-Eas
    Box Folder
    8 Eas-Ell
    Box Folder
    9 Ell-Far
    Box Folder
    10 Far-Fra
    Box Folder
    11 Frb-Gab
    Box Folder
    12 Gab-Gar
    Box Folder
    13 Gar-Gre
    Box Folder
    14 Gre-Hal
    Box Folder
    15 Hal-Har
    Box Folder
    16 Har-Hir
    Box Folder
    17 Hir-Hom
    Box Folder
    18 Hon-Jas
    Box Folder
    19 Jat-Ker
    Box Folder
    20 Ker-Kle
    Box Folder
    21 Kle-Kli
    Box Folder
    22 Kli-Kov
    Box Folder
    23 Kov-Lau
    Box Folder
    24 Lav-Ler
    Box Folder
    25 Ler-Lev
    Box Folder
    26 Lew-May
    Box Folder
    27 May-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    28 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    29 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    30 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    31 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    32 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    33 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    34 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    35 Men-Men (KAM)
    Box Folder
    36 Men-Men (Philip-Roy)
    Box Folder
    37 Men-Men (Roy)
    Box Folder
    38 Men-Men (Roy-WC)
    Box Folder
    39 Men-Men (WC)
    Box Folder
    40 Men-Men (WC)
    Box Folder
    41 Men-Men (WC)
    Box Folder
    42 Men-Men (WC)
    Box Folder
    43 Men-Men (WC)
    Box Folder
    44 Men-Men (WC-W Walter)
    Box Folder
    45 Men-Men (W Walter)
    Box Folder
    46 Men (W Walter)-Mod
    Box Folder
    47 Mod-Mor
    Box Folder
    48 Mor-Mur
    Box Folder
    49 Mur-Mur
    Box Folder
    50 Mur-Mur
    Box Folder
    51 Mur-Mur
    Box Folder
    52 Mur-Mur
    Box Folder
    53 Mur-Pee
    Box Folder
    54 Pef-Pru
    Box Folder
    55 Pef-Pru
    Box Folder
    56 Pru-Pru
    Box Folder
    57 Pru-Ram
    Box Folder
    58 Ram-Ros
    Box Folder
    59 Ros-Sat
    Box Folder
    60 Sat-Sch
    Box Folder
    61 Sch-She
    Box Folder
    62 She-Smi
    Box Folder
    63 Smi-Spo
    Box Folder
    64 Spo-Swi
    Box Folder
    65 Swi-Tay
    Box Folder
    66 Taz-Tic
    Box Folder
    67 Tic-Vot
    Box Folder
    68 Vot-Wal
    Box Folder
    69 Wal-Won
    Box Folder
    70 Woo-Zur
    Box Folder
    71 Zur-Zur
    Subseries B: Miscellaneous Publications, through June 2003.
    Box Folder
    72 Ab-App Menninger Foundation materials, including organizational chart and time chart, 1862-1949, beginning with the birth of C. F. Menninger.
    Subseries C: Menninger Website Content and News Clippings, through June 2003.
    Box Folder
    73 Reproductions of pages from Menninger Clinic’s first Internet site. News clippings include publications such as Topeka (Kansas) Capital-Journal, Houston Chronicle, and New York Times. Includes folder-level inventory sheet listing for publications.
    Series II: Research of Lolafaye Coyne, PhD
    Scope and Content for Series II: Research of Lolafaye Coyne, PhD. The materials are in excellent condition. 15 cubic feet (15 boxes).
    Box Folder
    74 Selection Project, Dr. Coyne’s Research
    Box Folder
    75 Selection Project, Dr. Coyne’s Research
    Box Folder
    76 Selection Project, Colinna’s Ratings
    Box Folder
    77 Selection Project Therapy Notes
    Box Folder
    78 Selection Project – Sociometry: Bill’s Predictive Ratings
    Box Folder
    79 Lolafaye Coyne Research, Kabai – Leichtman
    Box Folder
    80 Psychotherapy Research: Situation Variables
    Box Folder
    81 Psychotherapy Research
    Box Folder
    82 Celenna’s Ratings 38L.L Eval V-VI
    Box Folder
    83 Psych Research Facet Analysis, Dr. Coyne’s Research
    Box Folder
    84 Dr. Coyne’s Research Selection Project, Eval Res
    Box Folder
    85 Psych Research Proj: Pat Variables Initial Study, Termination Study
    Box Folder
    86 Dr. Coyne’s research, Evaluations VII-VIII
    Box Folder
    87 Dr. Coyne’s Research Selection Project
    Series III: Medical Realia.
    Scope and Content for Series III: Medical Realia. The condition of the materials ranges from excellent to poor. Many of the tools and metal objects are in good to excellent condition. Some of the leather is in a state of decay. The collection includes numerous sharps (reusable needles, glass syringes and containers) and several sealed mercury instruments. Box level inventory. 32 cubic feet (63 boxes).
    Subseries A: Medical Objects, 19th and 20th centuries
    Box Folder
    88 Straitjacket with key
    Box Folder
    89 2 folders, 2 objects Surgical saw, metal clamps, Carlizek electro-mechanical metal instrument, vials of herbs and seeds
    Box Folder
    90 5 folders Leitz Wetzler lens, Spiegel-Kondensor lens, metal clamps (2), Zeiss slide, Dudgeon’s Sphygmograph (blood pressure meter)
    Box Folder
    91 5 folders, 1 object Hypodermic needles (sharps), razor blades, Cameron oral lamp, blood pressure meter, miniature leather-bound book (Vest Pocket Medical Lexicon), metal clamp object
    Box Folder
    92 2 folders, 4 objects Glass jar, related correspondence regarding the collecting brain tissue; electric light; Eastman Kodak scale
    Box Folder
    93 2 folders, 2 objects Speculum (2), metal probe, metal and wood mallet
    1 item M-2216 Ceramic head figurine, 2 inches, imprinted with Schering Trilafon logo (drug for treating schizophrenia)
    2 items M-527 Globular iron weight with M-530 metal chain restraint
    68.20 Cat skull with implanted electrode
    Box Folder
    94 Case with syringe, flarometer (fluorometer, measures fluoroscent molecule concentrations), metal objects in case, metal objects
    Box Folder
    95 2 folders Buffer pad, forceps, clamps
    Box Folder
    96 3 folders Metal blade and handle, slippers, sphygmographe (blood pressure meter)
    Box Folder
    97 14 folders, 1 object Brown leather box with contents, leather case of medical tools, halometer (measures red blood cells to diagnose pernicious anemia), stomach cells (slide)
    Box Folder
    98 3 devices Electrical devices (2), battery-powered device (1), in boxes(3)
    Box Folder
    99 6 folders M-4088, 1.746 Brown canvas tool apron with contents (medical tools, 6 folders)
    Box Folder
    100 Mecal chisel; Sop-o-Zone metal key device; Spike brand straight razor (sharp), Fleischer stethoscope; Brass medical device in leather case; M-418 a, b, c Glass and metal syringe in leather case; M-4072 a, b Krankheit-Anzeiger brand large thermometer (mercury, sealed) in wood tube; Urino-Tycnometer (mercury, sealed) in cardboard tube; Canister for specimen with black slide and mailer for gonhorrea test; brass object with trigger, blades (possibly audio device)
    M-170-1 Box of medications, instruments; M-701 H.5 Case of medication vials; M-90 Case of medication vials; M-45 Case of medication vials
    Box Folder
    101 67.22.34 John F. Kennedy and Dr. William Menninger photo on halftone printing plate; 67.22.24 Bob Hope and Dr. William Menninger photo on halftone printing plate; 67.22.12 Anna Freud and Dr. Karl Menninger photo on halftone printing plate; 67.22.23 Dr. William Menninger photo on photo halftone printing plate; M-3844 Patient reading room photo halftone printing plate and M-4163 Menninger logo icon printing plate; MS 2 Dr. C. P. Menninger photo halftone printing plate; 67.22.40 Congressional hearing photo halftone printing plate; M-264A, M264B Meninger Foundation printing plates (2)
    Otoscope part, otoscope part (1903), M-290 opthalmic scope lightbulbs; 70.12.4 Opthalmoscope; M-44 Leather case with opthalmoscope and M-42a, M?-42b Scale in box, belonged to Karl Menninger; Set of metal medical instruments in leather case; Menninger US Chamber of Commerce 1957
    Box Folder
    102 zzz Canvas bed-tub restraint, circa 1950s; related correspondence on usage, 1986
    Box Folder
    103 Bausch and Lomb handle; Metal blade and metal back manufactured by Spencer, Buffalo, NY, in plastic or Bakelite case; Glass opthalmic lenses or gauges (2) in Dr. R. B. Waite’s Local Anesthetic box
    Bowtie (cravat); M-4141 Herman Major medals; 75.5.3 CNPA Medal 1972; Office of Price Administration (OPA) Red Point Tokens (World War II era, used for purchasing rationed foods); BD Fever Thermometer brochure; Syphilis lab test forms; Passports for Karl and Jeanetta Lyle Menninger; Wprld War II war ration books and leather case; 6916.2 William C. Menninger desk accessory
    Box Folder
    104 71.19.2 Sterling silver bowl preesnted to Will Menninger, 1962; 1-quart pitcher (glass)
    Box Folder
    105 M-3832 Leather paddle restraints; M-107-65 metal medical instrument (3 pieces); set of 7 metal medical objects; metal chisel; wooden sign: Dr. John A. Crabb; 69.16.5 Leather portfolio 1930; M-4361 William C. Menninger Medal presented to Mrs. Arthur Hopkins, honorary life trustee in the Menninger Foundation, 1972
    Box Folder
    106 Glass nameplates: Karl Menninger, Will Menninger, Miss Lyle (later Jeanetta Lyle Menninger); George Pilling Domestic Single Battery #1 magneto, 1905, with Complete Guide to Domestic Treatment by Electricity (book with descriptions of treating various diseases and ailments with electroshock therapy); M-362 Syringe sterilizer and glass vacuum tube; M-3840 Stainless steel Betz brand siphons (medical tools) in leather case
    Box Folder
    107 70.1 A Brass medical instrument in leather case (2); M-3841 Bloodless tracheotome in leather case; M-3842 Cilkloid surgical dressing in metal cylinder container; M-3835 metal caliper; M-3836 stainless steel caliper
    Box Folder
    108 M-107-17 Forceps; M-107-7-29 stainless steel medical tools, including mallet; M-107-30 stainless steel medical tools including crochets; M-10735 Stainless steel soap container; M-107-76 Leather case with stainless steel tools (sharps)
    Box Folder
    109 M-107-48 Metal medical tools including dental mirror, crochet (sharp); limbic system model with Librium logo; metal and plastic medical objects; medical objects; stainless steel medical tools including forceps, crochet
    Box Folder
    110 M-364 Asepto syringe (2); M-3839 Fleischer manometer with mercury (sealed) in stainless steel, leather cases; M-4125 B Blood pressure meter in plastic case; M-20760 medical device
    Box Folder
    111 Dental articulator; Dental model
    M-1496 (1462) Leather cuff; M-2194A Leather cuff; M02056A Leather harness; M-2194D Leather cuff; M-2194O Leather cuff; M-2194P Leather belt; 3 leather belt restraints with 2 aluminum ID tags: “From the Tranquilizer” and “Belongs on Rush Tranquilizer Chair”
    Box Folder
    112 Electric vibrator, manufactured by Chicago Motor and Vibrator Co.
    M-3830 B, C, D Zenith hearing aid worn by Karl Menninger, very good condition, with case
    M-2076B, M-2077C Fleischer Spinal Manometer (mercury, sealed), in stainless steel case
    Medication vials, in leather case and M-291 Seabury’s Sterile Chromic Catgut in sealed glass and rubber tube with clear fluid; 67.7.3 Leather case of medication vials
    Stainless steel head drill; M-2007 Metal handcuffs 1899
    M-3845 Dr. Karl Menninger World War II military photo on halftone printing plate; 6722.41 World War II photo halftone printing plate
    Metal head clamp
    Box Folder
    113 M-2190 Halliwell-Shelton violet ray, in case
    M-456 David and Kidder’s Patent Magneto Electric Machine 1854
    Box Folder
    114 M-3833D Leather arm restraint; M-4300 Whip with note; 71-20-4 Leather and canvas belt and arm restraint
    M-507 Case with bottles; 70.11.5 Case with bottles; 70.11.3.b Field microscope in leather case; 70.12.8 silver eyeglasses in case; M-2348F Case with vials
    “Der Struwelpeter” book (German) owned by Karl Menninger as a child. “Der Struwelpeter” background documentation. Glass lantern slide “used by Dr. Kirkbride c. 1850 in his educational programs in the Pennsylvania Hostpial.
    Box Folder
    115 M-367B Leather strap; M-2056B Leather restraints; 71-20-2 Pair of leather restraints; M-367A Leather strap
    Box Folder
    116 Leather restraints
    Box Folder
    117 Straitjacket
    Box Folder
    118 Leather and cloth restraint
    Box Folder
    119 67.24.1 Long cloth strap M-368; Long cloth strap; M-366 Leather Restraint (2); M-2194 Leather restraint (5)
    Subseries B:Medical Black Bags
    Box Folder
    120 8 folders M 108-1 Brown leather medical bag, good condition, with contents in folders
    Box Folder
    121 Saddlebags with medication bottles
    Box Folder
    122 1-5 Contents of 71.1.1 Black leather bag. The leather bag was discarded due to poor condition.
    1 71.1.1 Black leather bag contents: Wood box of medical tools.
    2 71.1.1 Black leather bag contents: Hemastats, tools
    3 71.1.1 Black leather bag contents: Glass capsule of catgut, capsules of glass slides
    4 71.1.1 Black leather bag contents: Set of 3 rinsing curettes in leather box
    5 71.1.1 Black leather bag contents: Stehoscope (71.1.5) and Head saw (71.1.6)
    Box
    GAF GAF-0203 Black medical bag, good condition, wood and paperboard with black imitation leather covering and transparent plastic windows. Contents include 2 pieces of correspondence, contents list taped inside bag, medications, syringes, rubber tubes. Correspondence 1: From the Desk of Nathaniel Uhr, MD (memo pad letterhead) / To: Archives – B. Horne / Old emergency medical kit used by Foundation’s physicians when called to CFMMH hospital. It was already here before Dr. Uhr came in the late ’40s. Further info contact Dr. Uhr. — Duane Swansy (sp?). Correspondence 2: (needs to be recorded in book) Temporary accession #: 82.1 Medical bag used in Menninger Clnic, received via Dr. Bob from Dr. Nat Uhr. — AMM (sp?)
    GAF-0204 M-267a Black medical bag, good condition, wood and paperboard with black imitation leather covering. Inscribed with: Dr. J. A. Crabb. Contents include 1 piece of correspondence, medications, stethoscope, syringes, sterilized catgut sutures, needles (sharps), rubber tubes. Correspondence: From the Desk of John Redjinski (memo pad letterhead) / M-267a / Medical instruments, bag, physician, black leather with 2 handles. 19 instruments. Owned by Dr. ___ Crabb. Contains: 267b. Percussion hammer; c. scalpel handle, crescent, #3; d. scalpel handle, Bond-Parket, #4; e. stethoscope, tubular tube, 4 pcs.
    GAF-0254 Surgical Kit. Part of 71.1.1 Black leather bag.
    Subseries C: Oversized (OV) Items
    Box
    GAF GAF-0200 M-369 Leather arm support (not boxed)
    GAF-0201 ECT (Electo Convulsive Therapy) Unit Model B-24, manufactured by Medecraft Electronic Corp. Object is enclosed in a black imitation leather box case with 1 handle. Measures about 12x6x6 inches. Electrical cord is included.
    GAF-0202 Electro-Shock device, manufactured by Rahm Instruments Inc. Object is enclosed in a black imitation leather box case with 1 handle. Measures about 14x8x7 inches. Electrical jack is located on one side of the box. Cord is not included.
    GAF-0215 George Pilling, Domestic Single Battery #1, 1905
    GAF-0216 Sanborn Viso Cardiette
    GAF-0225 Photo electroshock machine. C. 150, C&G Electronics, ElectroShock Therapy.
    GAF-0248 Civil War Era Surgical Kit. 608.42-86 Set of surgical saws and knives. Box has an inscribed silver plaque to “George Tillmann.” Objects are enclosed in a wood case with brass and silver trim. Manufacturer of objects is W.R. Guilding of NY, NY. c. 1850-1880
    Box Folder
    OV 234 Photographs. Karl Menninger portraits, c. 1940-1950
    Folder
    MD 11 United States Army Air Forces Cloth Map, Asiatic Series No. 32. Silk folding map of French Indo China and surrounding areas (Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Burma / Myanmar), with Central China on reverse side. December 1944. Map given to Karl Menninger in 1956.
    Series IV: Addendum, 1946-1994
    Scope and Content for Series IV: Addendum contains materials added to the collection after the initial processing. Materials include obituraries, photographs, alumni directories, and printed materials related to Karl Menninger and the educational programs of the Menninger FOundation. The series equals one cubic foot (2 boxes).
    Box Folder
    122 6 Obituraries and tributes for Karl Menninger, 1990-1994
    7 Karl Menninger “Just Married” cartoon
    8 Karl Menninger essays and editorials, 1978-1980
    9 Kark Menninger photographs and negatives, 1940s-1950s
    10 Sigmund Freud photographs, undated
    11 Veteran’s Administration [Hospital], Topeka, Kansas, circa 1958
    12 Photographs and newsclippings, Menninger School of Psychiatry, Staff and Residents, 1946-1988
    Box Folder
    123 Alumni Directory, Menninger School of Psychiatry, 1963
    Alumni Directory, Menninger Foundation, Professional Training Programs, 1975-1979, 1981-1986, 1989, 1991
    Will Menninger Center for Applied Behavioral Sciences, Programs for Executives
    Educational programs
    “Don’t Forget the Children: A History of Southard School, 1926-1986”
    23rd International Psycho-Analytical Congress Program and List of Delegates, 1963
    Manuscript. Psychological Homeostasis and Organismic Integrity, Chapter IV, 1959