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101. Medical Doctor Medical Doctor March/22/1935 Photo and biographical article about Dr. D. M. Nigro, "[p]erhaps the most widely known doctor in the Pendergast organization" as "director of children's diseases" for the city and former "doctor for the...

102. Mercy Hospital: Statement of Service Year Ending Sept. 30, 1915 Mercy Hospital: Statement of Service Year Ending Sept. 30, 1915 January/4/1916 Brief summary of services and costs provided by the hospital.

103. Mistakes: Lured by Growth Mistakes: Lured by Growth July//1996 Story of a play center company's out of control growth and consequent bankruptcy.

104. Mother's Refuge: Hope for Homeless Mothers Mother's Refuge: Hope for Homeless Mothers August 1, 2004 Mother's Refuge, founded in 1987, is one of the few Missouri residential programs licensed to care for homeless pregnant or parenting teenagers. Located in Independence, Mother's Refuge has given more...

105. Mrs. Lois Black Hunt Mrs. Lois Black Hunt April//1934 Photo and bio of Lois Hunt, a prominent piano teacher and musical performer, "specializ[ing] in children's work" and coming to Kansas City from Chicago, "engaged in the [Musical] Club's greatest project--the...

106. My Memories of Judge Jules Edgar Guinotte My Memories of Judge Jules Edgar Guinotte November//1963 Photo and biographical article about Judge Jules Edgar Guinotte, or Jules Guinotte (1855-1935), from reminiscences by the author, Jules's granddaughter. Description of his life and career, born "in the...

107. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of the Chouteau family children and "several other children from the French settlement (on the river front)" including "the Jarboes" as students at the Catholic rectory school in 1836 Kansas City,...

108. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of children "from the families of Isam and Levi Bradley" attending the Gooseneck school in 1830s Jackson County, Missouri.

109. On the Job: Child Abuse Investigator Pat Richardson Has to Confront the Unspeakable with Compassion On the Job: Child Abuse Investigator Pat Richardson Has to Confront the Unspeakable with Compassion May/6/1985 Photos and biographical article about Pat Richardson, a 31-year-old (woman) child abuse investigator at the Division of Family Services in Kansas City, describing her various experiences in dealing with...

110. On the Phone: Country Party Lines and One Woman Switchboards On the Phone: Country Party Lines and One Woman Switchboards Fall//1980 Anecdote about an orphan train from New York bringing children to Lebanon, Missouri.

111. Operation Whistlestop Operation Whistlestop Fall//1975 Description of the origins and operations of the WhistleSTOP program, whereby members of a community wear whistles to alert others nearby to criminals. Especially for women and children, started for the...

112. Overland from Missouri to Washington Territory in 1854 Overland from Missouri to Washington Territory in 1854 Spring 1971 Article recounts the journey of the Jacob Ebey family of Plum Grove Place, Adair County, Missouri, to Whidbey Island, Washington Territory, in 1854 (based on the diary Winfield Scott Ebey kept during the...

113. Park College and The Banneker School Have Had a Long Association Park College and The Banneker School Have Had a Long Association June 26, 1905 This excerpt provides an insight into the times and conditions leading to the establishment of the Banneker School, the first school for black children in Parkville. Excerpted from "Park College and Parkville's...

114. People: Bob Rogers People: Bob Rogers November//1990 Short profile of Rogers and "Kansas City's largest foundation" for inner city children.

115. Philanthropic Profile: Children's Mercy Philanthropic Profile: Children's Mercy December 2000 Photo and description of the leading-edge health care programs at Children's Mercy Hospital, especially with heart surgeries and the like, with a brief history of the institution started about 1897.

116. Philanthropic Profile: Granting Wishes Philanthropic Profile: Granting Wishes December 2000 Photo and description of the donation of over $100,000 to the "Make-A-Wish Foundation" charity (for "children with life-threatening illnesses") by "Grant Thornton LLP, a national accounting and management...

117. Philanthropic Profile: KC Reads Philanthropic Profile: KC Reads December 2000 Illustration and article about the "KC Reads" program of donating books to children at health care centers by the non-profit organization of "Kansas City's Promise."

118. Philanthropic Profile: The Lee Ann Britain Infant Development Center Philanthropic Profile: The Lee Ann Britain Infant Development Center December 2000 Photo and description of the services and operations of the "Britain Infant Development Center, an outreach program of Shawnee Mission Medical Center" founded in 1972 by "a young speech therapist, Lee...

119. Philanthropy 2004 Philanthropy 2004 December 1, 2004 This issue of Ingram's includes "Industry Outlook" which features philanthropy. Includes a report of a meeting held at the Kauffman Foundation with nearly 40 interested parties, both providers and funders....

120. Posh Private Preschools Posh Private Preschools August//1997 Review of Kansas City's private preschools and related issues such as exclusivity, high tuition, quality of education, and pressures on young children.