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1. "Doc" Brown, Famous Kansas City Cake Walker "Doc" Brown, Famous Kansas City Cake Walker 2011 Manuscript about Kansas City cake walker Joseph "Doc" Brown (Doctor William Henry Joseph Cutter Brown), that consists of a chronological collection of 149 published articles, notices, and advertisements....

2. A Kansas City Negro Honored A Kansas City Negro Honored February 10, 1930 File containing a brief biographical article about Dr. Walter Maddux, a native of Kansas City, Kansas, and newly appointed head of pediatrics "in the great hospital that is to be erected in Chicago for...

3. A New Sportsman's Friend A New Sportsman's Friend June 14, 2007 In Steve Penn's "Commentary" column he features Wayne Hubbard of Kansas City, Kansas. Hubbard is host to a TV show called "Urban American Outdoors" shown in this area on the Metro Sports Channel. It has...

4. A. Porter Davis A. Porter Davis 1952-1956 Vertical file containing multiple articles from The Call about Dr. A. Porter Davis, an African American physician in Kansas City, Kansas. Davis was elected president of the National Medical Association...

5. A. Porter Davis, M.D. A. Porter Davis, M.D. 1925 Photograph and brief biography of A. Porter Davis, M.D., of Kansas City, Kansas, "Founder and Superintendent of the Davis Maternity Sanitarium".

6. A Sorry Free State A Sorry Free State March/21-27/2002 Article describes the past and present of the Quindaro area of Kansas City, Kansas. Quindaro was an anti-slavery town before and during the Civil War, and a crossing place on the Missouri River for runaway...

7. AC2 First Baptist Church AC2 First Baptist Church 1920-2000 The First Baptist Church Collection provides insight into the activities of First Baptist Church of Kansas City, Kansas, through meeting minutes, anniversary programs, and other items.

8. AC7 Sumner High School AC7 Sumner High School 1927-1986 The Sumner High School Collection documents the activities of faculty and students at Sumner High School and its successor organization Sumner Academy in Kansas City, Kansas, from 1927 to 1986

9. African American Baptist Churches in the Kansas City Area African American Baptist Churches in the Kansas City Area File contains numerous articles with pictures about conventions, programs, church officials, and so forth, for local Baptist churches. Pictures include Dr. Daniel Holmes of Paseo Baptist Church, the New...

10. African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 2 African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 2 2008 Second article in a seven-part series on the history of African American education in Kansas City, Kansas. This installment focuses on the period from 1867-1888 and includes information on the early development...

11. African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 4 of 7 African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 4 of 7 2010 Fourth article in a seven-part series on the history of African American education in Kansas City, Kansas. This installment focuses on the period from 1899-1904. The article consists mostly of excerpts...

12. African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 6 of 7 African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 6 of 7 2011 Sixth article in a seven-part series on the history of African American education in Kansas City, Kansas. This installment focuses on the period from 1912-1923. The article consists of excerpts from "The...

13. African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 7 of 7 African American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 7 of 7 2011 Final article in a seven-part series on the history of African American education in Kansas City, Kansas. This installment focuses on the period from 1924-1986. The article consists mostly of excerpts...

14. African Methodist Episcopal (AME) African Methodist Episcopal (AME) File contains several local newspaper articles with photos about The A.M.E. churches and clergy (mostly from the Kansas City Globe and Kansas City Call). Pictures include the late Bishop J. A. Greg of...

15. African-American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 1 African-American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 1 2008 First in a seven-part series of articles on the history of African American education in Kansas City, Kansas. This installment describes early schools that were either built or became schools for black...

16. African-American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 5 of 7 African-American Education in Kansas City, Kansas (1859-1961), Part 5 of 7 2010 Fifth article in a seven-part series on the history of African American education in Kansas City, Kansas. This installment focuses on the period from 1905-1907. The article consists mostly of excerpts...

17. African-Americans in Medicine: The Founding and History of Douglass Hospital African-Americans in Medicine: The Founding and History of Douglass Hospital Spring//1996 Article about the history of Douglass Hospital, a black health care institution founded in 1899 by Dr. Solomon Thompson. Description of its founding location at 312 Washington Boulevard and subsequent...

18. African-Americans in Medicine: Thomas C. Unthank, M. D.--A Flood, a Dream, a Hospital African-Americans in Medicine: Thomas C. Unthank, M. D.--A Flood, a Dream, a Hospital Summer 1996 Biographical article about Dr. Thomas Unthank (1866-1932), a black physician "known as the 'father of Kansas City's Negro hospitals.'" Native of North Carolina coming to Kansas City in 1898 as the founder...

19. An Artist With Vision Slowly Loses His Sight An Artist With Vision Slowly Loses His Sight November 27, 2007 Article features African American artist Robert J. Reed, Sr., of Kansas City, Kansas. "With primarily black paper and chalk as his medium, most of his work focuses on portraits of people who pop into his...

20. An Interview With Adolph Wilson An Interview With Adolph Wilson June 1976 Interviewer: Ella Pruitt. Interview recorded June, 1976. 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 minutes): analog, stereo.; 5 7/8 x 2 1/2 in., 1/8 in. tape; 1 sound disc; digital; 4 3/4 in. Has printed guide to contents....