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Kansas City Heritage: School's Stature Undiminished
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TitleKansas City Heritage: School's Stature Undiminished
AbstractPhoto and biographical article about Mrs. A. Ross Hill, founder of "the Pembroke-Country Day School (for boys) and the Sunset Hill School (for girls)," and an early suffragette and progressive educator. Description of Pembroke Hill Country Day School, established in 1910 as "the Kansas City Country Day School," and Sunset Hill, established in 1913, with the schools commented on by famous novelist Booth Tarkington for their high quality.
DateJuly/17/1980
SourceKansas City Times
LocationVertical File: Hill, Mrs. A. Ross
PageA14: 3
Local SubjectHill, A. Ross, Mrs.
Sunset Hill School
Private Schools
Pembroke Hill Country Day School
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID111929
CONTENTdm number24965
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