McCleary Clinic and Hospital, Excelsior Springs, Mo.


Title
McCleary Clinic and Hospital, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Description
Postcard of McCleary Clinic and Hospital in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. OB-H841. Date approximated. Pencilled number 26.1.20.3
Date
1930-1939
Original Format
postcards
Extent
13cm x 8cm
Local Identifier
LL02.26.20.09
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Laupus Library History Collections
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Comments

Tom Ussery Mar 30 2022

We moved mom to assisted living, going through her house now. My mom was @ McCleary Clinic in 1956. She rec’d a parchment certificate for her proceedure. We have also the get well cards sent to her while there. We have found a pristine plate depicting Dr. mcCleary, the clinic, the manor, Wapoo keeper of the springs, and a flag by Fred Tripp. Would you want a picture of this plate?

Janis Bell-Ryan Bush May 31 2021

OOPS, I meant "my grandmother was there from at least March 1930 until June 11-ish, 1930"

Janis Bush May 31 2021

Apparently, my grandmother spent time at the McCleary Sanitarium from June 1930 until at least June 11-ish, 1930. We had thought it was a "Funny Farm". Now we know better....so we cannot blame all the crazies in our family on our grandmother. ON the other hand........Aloha, Janis Bush

David Mezel Nov 04 2019

My mother worked at the McCleary in the 1930's I believe. We were going through some of her old photos this past weekend, and came across some staff group photos.I just googled it, and found this. fi found it interesting, because we had heard of the sanitarium, but didn't know what kind of medicine they performed.

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