Birthday Card – From Thornton & Minor Clinic, Kansas City MO

I don’t know who the card was sent to, but it was likely either Alexander Gray (1856-1940) or his daughter Lula Gray (1881-1973) because I believe they were both patients there.

Dr. A. J. Maris sent the family a postcard from the Chicago World’s Fair. Lula Gray sent her sister a postcard in 1926 while a patient.

3 thoughts on “Birthday Card – From Thornton & Minor Clinic, Kansas City MO

  1. Such a wonderful surprise to find this! This card was signed by my grandfather, Norris A. Smith, M.D. He was from north central Missouri and had a practice in Lineville when my father was a boy. He was hit by a train and killed in that town in 1932. I never knew him and so things like this are gems to me. Thank you!

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