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121. PW Interviews: Bill Martin PW Interviews: Bill Martin February/25/1974 Photo and biographical article about Bill Martin, Jr., "writer in residence at Holt, Rinehart & Winston" and a promoter of child literacy around the country. His first book published in his hometown Kansas...

122. Randall O'Donnell: Colorful, Exciting Setting, Quality of Care Sets Standard for Children's Hospital Randall O'Donnell: Colorful, Exciting Setting, Quality of Care Sets Standard for Children's Hospital March 2002 Photograph and brief interview of Randall O'Donnell, president and chief executive officer of Children's Mercy Hospital.

123. Recollections and Opinions of an Old Pioneer: Chapter III. Recollections and Opinions of an Old Pioneer: Chapter III. March 1, 1904 A description of the journey of Peter H. Burnett and his wife and six children from Weston, Platte County, Missouri to Oregon. They left Weston on May 8, 1843 and followed a route passing through Fort...

124. Recreation Program Includes Community Centers in 12 Areas Recreation Program Includes Community Centers in 12 Areas July//1941 Article about the opening of 50 new playgrounds in public parks in Kansas City, including "(1) central areas for use by the whole city; (2) community centers in each of 12 districts; and (3) a playground...

125. Remember the Children: Daniel's Story Remember the Children: Daniel's Story December 2000 Photo and description of a "major exhibit on the Holocaust" at Science City in Union Station called "Remember the Children, Daniel's Story" about events occurring to Jewish children in Nazi Germany from...

126. Revelry: KC's Royal Wedding Revelry: KC's Royal Wedding February 2008 Photographs and article about the "largest wedding ever held in Kansas City" between Jane Dickinson and Michael Kress. The wedding was held at the Visitation Catholic Church, rehearsal dinner at The Webster...

127. Rotary Camp Notes Rotary Camp Notes June/21/1956 Report on the Safety Patrol Session at the Rotary Club's camp.

128. Rotary Camp Notes Rotary Camp Notes July/5/1956 Report on the handicapped children's summer camp activities.

129. Sacking of Lawrence, Kansas August 21, 1863 Sacking of Lawrence, Kansas August 21, 1863 December 1, 2005 Story of Quantrill's raid on Lawrence in 1863. Includes a typescript of a letter addressed to Bro. & Sister, dated Oct. 6th, 1863, and believed to have been written by Mrs. H.D. Fisher or Mrs. Hugh Fisher....

130. Safety Begins at Home Safety Begins at Home March//1940 Article (condensed from the Kiwanis Magazine) about the domestic safety education program in Kansas City conducted by "Rosamond Losh, director of the local Children's Bureau." Description of the bureau's...

131. Senior Focus: Making Music Kid-Style Senior Focus: Making Music Kid-Style April//1991 Profile of the Gant Sisters Studio and their careers of teaching and entertaining young children with music, headquartered at the Ranch Mart Shopping Center.

132. Soccer. ..the Latest Kick Soccer. ..the Latest Kick October//1981 Article about rising popularity of both amateur soccer for kids and the professional Kansas City Comets team.

133. Social Legislation in Missouri Social Legislation in Missouri June/22/1907 Article about various new social legislation in Missouri, especially new laws about child labor and children's health, industrial workers and labor unions, other workplaces, and saloons, etc.

134. Social Legislation Urged in Missouri Social Legislation Urged in Missouri February/10/1917 Article about the movement in the Missouri state government to "standardize public and private charity," especially regarding children and the underprivileged. Includes copies of the illustrated posters...

135. Somewhere over the Rainbow: Children of the Orphan Trains Somewhere over the Rainbow: Children of the Orphan Trains Spring//1999 Article about trains of orphan children arriving in Kansas from the East Coast between 1854 and 1930, with photos and description of causes and results of the phenomenon, mostly due to "the social ills...

136. Southtown's Dreamweaver Southtown's Dreamweaver October//1985 Fantastic storybook life of a secluded writer of children's stories.

137. Special Report: Families in Crisis Special Report: Families in Crisis March/10/1995 Photo and article about the problems of keeping families in America together, with the example of the Miller family of Overland Park, Kansas, headed by a "37-year-old father of four" formerly working at...

138. State Camping Services: Missouri Takes Care of Her Young Citizens State Camping Services: Missouri Takes Care of Her Young Citizens March//1961 Article about the camping facilities and organizations furnished by the Missouri State Park Board for underprivileged children (Boy and Girl Scouts, etc.) and other groups at state parks, mentioning several...

139. State Camping Services: Missouri Takes Care of Her Young Citizens State Camping Services: Missouri Takes Care of Her Young Citizens March//1961 Photos and article about "Missouri's camping season" for underprivileged children at state parks, with campers being composed of "the Boy and Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, schools, 4-H Clubs, FFA, church...

140. Students Collect One Million Pennies for Banneker School Restoration Students Collect One Million Pennies for Banneker School Restoration August-December//2001 Photo and article about the restoration of the Benjamin Banneker School (listed on the National Register of Historic Places), "the first Parkville school for blank [sic] children" built in 1885 and restored...