Charles Frederick Menninger

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Charles Frederick Menninger (11 July 1862 – 29 November 1952)[1][2] was a physician who helped found the Menninger Foundation with his sons, Karl and William.[3] The Charles Frederick Menninger Award is given by the American Psychoanalytic Association for original research in psycho-analysis.[4]

Menninger is honored together with William W. Mayo and their sons with a feast day on the liturgical calendar of the Episcopal Church (USA) on March 6.

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  3. ^ Charles Frederick Menninger, MD, from the Menninger Clinic in Houston's website.
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