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1. Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene March//1932 Article about the Kansas City Health Department and its dealings with venereal, or "social" diseases, especially syphilis and gonorrhea, including discussions about their treatment at the General Hospital...

2. Clinics Clinics June/30/1956 Histories of various health clinics in the Kansas City area, including the following: (1) the Afred Benjamin Dispensary starting in 1906, (2) the Richard Cabot Club starting in 1906 as the Saint Luke's...

3. Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City September//1924 Article about Child Welfare Stations and Well Baby Clinics utilized in the growth of care for black babies in Kansas City.

4. Cover Story: Local Heroes Cover Story: Local Heroes December//1991 Photo and bio of Gary Baker, the "not-for-profit CEO" and fund-raising event organizer of "Crittenton, founded in 1896 as a home for unwed mothers," having "evolved into the second-largest treatment center...

5. KC Free Health Clinic Works to Meet Rising Health Care Needs KC Free Health Clinic Works to Meet Rising Health Care Needs December 1, 2005 The Kansas City Free HEalth Clinic was founded in 1971. Although its work has evolved its core mission is still "to promote health and wellness by providing quality services, at no charge, to people without...

6. Local Heroes: Ron McMillan Local Heroes: Ron McMillan December 1995 Photo and biographical description of Ron McMillan, a 47-year-old black anti-crime activist in Kansas City, especially working with drug addicts. Coming to Kansas City in 1988 from New York City and forming...

7. Making a Difference Making a Difference November//1990 Section of the article describing the Southwest Boulevard Family Health Clinic and its founder, Dr. Sharon Lee, designed to "provide health care services to all, including people who are underserved,"...

8. May We Present Dorothy Gallagher May We Present Dorothy Gallagher March/22/1935 Photo and biographical article about Dorothy Gallagher, founder of the Guadalupe Center with a new "Spanish Colonial building" designed by architect E. G. Rainey under construction. Description of her...

9. New Answer to Health Care for Women New Answer to Health Care for Women December-January//1974-1975 Article about the then-new phenomenon of abortion clinics.

10. New Answer to Health Care for Women New Answer to Health Care for Women December-January//1974-1975 Article about the abortion clinic, Comprehensive Health Services, at 7700 West 63rd Street (Highway 50).

11. Players: Ann Romaker Players: Ann Romaker October 2001 Photo and article about Dr. Ann Romaker, a physician, "president of the Metropolitan Medical Society," and "director of the sleep disorders clinic at St. Luke's Hospital."

12. Project Hi Blood: A Door-to-Door Fight against Hypertension Project Hi Blood: A Door-to-Door Fight against Hypertension February//1975 Photos and article about "Project Hi Blood, a model out-reach program to locate and treat hypertension victims," especially poor blacks "throughout Kansas City, Mo., ghetto" and headquartered at "the new...

13. Sister of Mercy on Southwest Boulevard Sister of Mercy on Southwest Boulevard December 2000 Photos and biographical article about Dr. Sharon Lee, a 50-year-old physician at the Family Health Care Clinic at 7th Street and Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City, Kansas, for "more than a decade" serving...

14. Specialty Societies Specialty Societies June/30/1956 Histories of Kansas City area medical specialty societies, including the American Academy of General Practice, the Greater Kansas City, Missouri, Academy of General Practice, the Industrial Medical Association...

15. The Baby Chase The Baby Chase June//1985 Comprehensive article about infertility clinics, options, and treatments.

16. The Baby Makers The Baby Makers May//1990 Article about high technology infertility physicians Dr. John Betts and Dr. Rodney Lyles and their clinic, the Reproductive Resource Center of Greater Kansas City, "one of the ten most successful in the...

17. The Keeley Institute, Portsmouth Bldg., Kansas City, Kas. The Keeley Institute, Portsmouth Bldg., Kansas City, Kas. May/15/1897 Small ad for the Keeley Institute, a clinic or sanitarium "for the cure of liquor and opium addictions."

18. The Westport Free Health Clinic The Westport Free Health Clinic August 1979 Article about the Westport Free Health Clinic at 4008 Baltimore Avenue, with photos.