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Jackson County Home for Negro Boys
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TitleJackson County Home for Negro Boys
AbstractShort article gives history of the Jackson County Home for Negro Boys located east of the Little Blue River between Independence and Lee's Summit. The Home, erected in 1925, is on farm land owned by Jackson County next to the Jackson County Home for Aged Negroes. The boys are committed to the home by the Juvenile Court and are considered mildly delinquent and neglected as orphans or from broken homes. The Board of Education of Kansas City Public Schools provides teachers for the school, and the County furnishes the home, clothing, food, etc. Article includes photographs.
DateMarch 1930
SourceKansas City School Service Bulletin
LocationMVSC 093.9 K165
SubjectJuvenile delinquents
Local SubjectJackson County Home for Negro Boys
Kansas City School District
African Americans
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID211693
CONTENTdm number20469
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