Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
Search results for: 100 item(s) for: "Children" hispanic americans
Search current collection(s) again
Refine your search
Type
Archival Material (46)
Photograph, B/w (35)
Newspaper Article (10)
Biography (6)
Magazine Article (2)
Show more...

Date
Ca1940 (9)
2009 (6)
1942 (4)
198 (3)
1977-05-19 (2)
Show more...

Creator
Anderson Photo Company (6)
Faus, Jose (5)
Jesus Lopez-gomez (2)
Harkins Commercial Pho... (1)
Gabriel Martinez (1)
Show more...

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

81. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 86 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 86 1940 Interior view at Guadalupe Center, large group of adults and children for an event that is Christmas related. Identified as Noche Buena, 1940.

82. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 87 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 87 ca1940 Scrapbook page has three interior view photographs.Top two appear to be an exhibit of craft items and the lower middle view is of children boxing. People not identified.

83. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 90 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 90 ca1940 Scrapbook page contains four photographs. Upper left is an interior view of a basketball team. Others are exterior views of children. No identification on location or individuals.

84. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 91 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 91 ca1940 Scrapbook page contains three photographs, all exterior views with no identification. Top left includes a car with the Guadalupe Center name on the door. Others have children and adults in them.

85. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 92 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 2, Page 92 ca1940 Scrapbook page contains three photographs, all exterior views with no identifiction of location or individuals. All contain children.

86. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 04 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 04 Aug-42 Scrapbook page contains three photos. Top two are exterior views of an unidentified family containing 8 children. Left view includes two priests and another woman. Bottom photo is identified as "Swope...

87. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 05 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 05 1942 Scrapbook page contains five photographs, all exterior views. Top left is identified as Tepeyac Picnic and upper center is identified as Alice DesMarcia(?), August, 1942. Others include park scenes with...

88. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 06 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 06 1942 Interior view of what appears to be a health clinic for children. Location not given, possibly in Guadalupe Center. Individuals not identified. Date given on picture as September, 1942.

89. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 07 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 07 1942 Interior view of children's health clinic, probably taken at the Guadalupe Center. Individuals not identified. Dated September, 1942.

90. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 09 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 09 1942 Scrapbook page contains four photographs, all exterior views. Primarily of unidentified children with the top right dated August, 1942.

91. Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 18 Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 18 1943 Interior view of costumed children and adults identified as a Halloween Party at the Guadalupe Center, October 29, 1943.

92. Honoring Hispanic Leaders Honoring Hispanic Leaders September 29 - October 5, 2005 Article profiles three prominent members of the Kansas City area Hispanic community: Cris Medina, Executive Director at the Guadalupe Centers, Inc.; Teresa Pacheco, volunteer and community activist; and...

93. Mattie Rhodes Adds to Northeast Community Garden Mattie Rhodes Adds to Northeast Community Garden August 11-17, 2011 Volunteers descended on the Jardin Jubilo (Jubilee Garden), a community garden sponsored by the Mattie Rhodes organization, to help with the garden. It's located near Mattie Rhodes' Northeast satellite...

94. Mattie Rhodes Counseling and Art Center Continues 110-Year Tradition of Caring for Children and Families Mattie Rhodes Counseling and Art Center Continues 110-Year Tradition of Caring for Children and Families October 7-13, 2004 Article describes history and current activities of Mattie Rhodes Counseling and Art Center. Mattie Rhodes has also opened the Nuestra Familia Center in Kansas City's Northeast area.

95. Mattie Rhodes Expands to Northeast Mattie Rhodes Expands to Northeast July/19/2000 Article about the expansion into the Northeast residential district of the Mattie Rhodes Counseling and Art Center, "located in the West Side," with the additional office to be at Children's Memorial Lutheran...

96. Mattie Rhodes to Assist Hispanic Mothers Mattie Rhodes to Assist Hispanic Mothers August/14/2002 Money received from the Children's Trust Fund, a Missouri nonprofit child abuse prevention organization, will be used to help Hispanic mothers to reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect. The goal is...

97. Primitivo Garcia's sister receives Partnership for Children award. Primitivo Garcia's sister receives Partnership for Children award. March 25-31, 2004 Article profiles Irene Garcia Mendez, sister of Primitivo Garcia. Her brother's death inspired her to work as a volunteer advocate for Hispanic children and families.

98. Spacious New Quarters to Give Lift to Cabot Center Spacious New Quarters to Give Lift to Cabot Center November 30, 2004 Cabot Westside Health Center, part of St. Luke's Health System that provides health care to Kansas City's Hispanic community, will be moving from 1810 Summit to 2121 Summit. The cost of the new facility...

99. The Northeast Incident The Northeast Incident September//1980 Story of gang wars involving Vietnamese children, among children of other ethnic groups, in the neighborhood of Garrison Park near 5th and Gillis Streets, in the Northeast residential district.

100. The People Come First for Hispanic Leader The People Come First for Hispanic Leader November 11, 1998 Ramon Murguia of Kansas City, Kansas, is the new chairman of The National Council of La Raza, "the largest Hispanic organization in the United States." Murguia, 39, was one of seven children, and he still...