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101. What Makes a Good Junior High Art Program? What Makes a Good Junior High Art Program? March//1967 Illustrations (paintings by junior high school children here) and article about "the junior high [school] art program in Kansas City, Missouri" and its strengths in instruction and service to underprivileged...

102. Woodland School Woodland School ca1920s Exterior view of adults and children standing by a pond, location unknown. Photograph in the Woodland School folder and presumed to be Woodland School students.

103. Woodland School Woodland School n.d. Exterior view with unidentified children in playground area next to Woodland School. Two unidentified adults in center of photograph.

104. Woodland School Woodland School n.d. Exterior view of unidentified children playing on playground equipment next to Woodland School.

105. Woodland School Woodland School ca1930 Exterior view of a double decker bus with children and teacher on the top deck. Written on the back of the photograph, "Doubledeck bus, everyone wanted to get on the upper deck if weather permitted, about...

106. Woodland School Woodland School n.d. Interior, classroom scene with unidentified children playing firemen at Woodland School. Probably a kindergarten class.

107. Woodland School Principal Woodland School Principal n.d. Exterior view of children and man identified as P. G. Buckles, principal of Woodland School. Building in background has "Teachers College" over the entrance. Exact location unknown.