Karl A. Menninger papers, [not after 1930-ca. 1963].

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Karl A. Menninger papers, [not after 1930-ca. 1963].

Includes mss. of Karl A. Menninger's books The human mind (published 1930), Man against himself [c1938], & Love against hate [1942]; addresses, including Religio psychiatri = The religion of a psychiatrist (1951), 1 honoring Adlai Stevenson & Fred Hoehler in which Menninger discusses leadership in mental illness treatment (1953), & Resistances encountered by the mental hygiene movement (1953); articles; correspondence (1945) concerning a proposed contribution by Menninger to a new magazine; and other papers & notes (1949-1953). Correspondents include William S. Schlamm of Time, Inc.

3 linear feet (8 boxes)

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