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(1943). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 12:159-160.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:159-160


A prize of $100 is offered by the MENNINGER FOUNDATION FOR PSYCHIATRIC EDUCATION AND RESEARCH for the best suggestion for a window display in a New York bank presenting the uses and purposes of psychiatry. The window is thirteen feet long, six feet high, and its deepest point about eight feet; it curves so that it is narrower at the ends. It will be seen chiefly by laymen and hence the display should be in the nature of an educational theme, convincingly and graphically presented. It should dramatize the way in which psychiatry can be or is being useful either in the present war emergency or in peace time.

The judges will be Dr. George Stevenson, Director of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Mr. Albert Lasker, of Lord and Thomas, and Dr. Lawrence Kubie.

Ideas should be submitted in detail, preferably with drawings or diagrams, directly to Dr. William C. Menninger, Director of The Menninger Foundation, Topeka, on or before January 31, 1943.

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(1943). Notes. Psychoanal. Q., 12:159-160

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