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(1952). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 21:456.

(1952). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 21:456

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Dr. Charles F. Menninger, founder of the Menninger Clinic and chairman of the Board of Trustees of The Menninger Foundation, observed his ninetieth birthday on July 11, in topeka, Kansas. Dr. Menninger was born in Tell City, Indiana on July 11, 1862. After graduating from Central Normal College in Danville, Indiana and serving as an instructor in science at Campbell College, Holton, Kansas, Doctor Menninger enrolled in Hahnemann Medical College, then a homeopathic school in Chicago, Illinois. He remained dissatisfied with his rudimentary medical education and attended frequent postgraduate courses sponsored by medical institutions in various parts of the country. In 1906 he was awarded—as a result of his further studies—a degree of Doctor of Medicine (aleopathic) by the Kansas Medical College of Washburn University. The same year he was named to the faculty of the college where he served for a number of years as a lecturer in physiological chemistry, dietetics, and diseases of disturbed metabolism. It was while attending a postgraduate institute at the Mayo Clinic in 1908 that Dr. Menninger conceived the idea of the Menninger Clinic, a father and son partnership which became a reality in 1919 and was reorganized as the nonprofit Menninger Foundation in 1941. Dr. Menninger is a former president of the Shawnee County Medical Society, and has served as president of the Topeka Board of Health. A specialist in internal medicine, he has had a particular interest in the subject of diabetes and other metabolic disturbances and has published a number of papers dealing with the subject. Dr. Menninger remains in good health and continues to be active in Foundation affairs. Only recently he journeyed to Chicago to preside at a meeting of the Foundation's Board and to address three hundred members of the Foundation on Sidelights of Sixty Years of Medical Progress. Twice weekly at the Foundation he instructs therapeutic classes in horticulture, mineralogy and conchology. Two of Dr. Menninger's sons, Dr. Karl and Dr. William C. Menninger, are psychiatrists and leaders of The Menninger Foundation. A third son, Edwin Menninger, is publisher of the Stuart (Florida) News.

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