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181. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Short description of the J. O. Buchanan School at Missouri Avenue between Walnut and Grand Avenues in 1845-1846, near the residence of "Colonel and Mrs. Willam M. Chick, who lived at Second and Walnut...

182. 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.

183. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 One paragraph about Lott Coffman, "a versatile person in a pioneer community, serving its needs as teacher, councilman, surveyor, lawyer and justice of the peace" in the Town of Kansas.

184. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1, 1922 Short descriptions and mentionings of William Bales, "probably Kansas City's oldest native resident," his father Walter Bales, and his wife "Hattie Evans (Mrs. William Bales)," noting that the original...

185. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Description of Miss Artemisia Knight, the first teacher at the Knight school "in a log-house at the corner of what is now [3rd Street] and Baltimore" Avenues, with students such as Mrs. Amanda Jackson...

186. Oakhill (The) Day School that Almost Wasn't Oakhill (The) Day School that Almost Wasn't August 16, 2008 Pictures and article about the tornado that struck the Oakhill Day School May 2, 2008, and subsequent voluteer efforts to clean up and prepare for the new school year.

187. On the Loose--Desegregation Rap: Run! DMC On the Loose--Desegregation Rap: Run! DMC November//1990 Article on the unfeasibility of magnet schools in the Kansas City School district in attracting suburban whites to attend.

188. One Hundred & Happy One Hundred & Happy June//1973 History of the Catholic girls' school, on its centennial, first located at 12th and Washington and moved in 1908 to 56th and Main Streets.

189. Open Air Schools Open Air Schools January 1, 1930 Short article about the Open Air Schools in the Kansas City School District. Includes a list of 15 elementary schools which have an open air room at the time. States that Karnes School was the first and...

190. Ordinary Citizens Get Het Up over Schools Ordinary Citizens Get Het Up over Schools April/10/1950 Article about a public school levy election for the Kansas City School District, with many photos of both sides of the issue in their campaigns.

191. Our Future at Risk: Crisis in Education Our Future at Risk: Crisis in Education April//1985 Article exploring the relation between quality of public education with a community's quality of life in the forms of real estate value and the like, with examples of the following elementary schools:...

192. Our Schools Must Be Open to All Classes of Citizens Our Schools Must Be Open to All Classes of Citizens Summer//1996 Article about blacks being denied admission to the medical school because of their race and Edward V. Williams's leadership in the cause for desegregation.

193. 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...

194. Paseo "Friends" Attempt to Save High School Building Paseo "Friends" Attempt to Save High School Building March//1990 Article about the plans to raze the school building at 4747 Flora and the opposing efforts to preserve it.

195. Pembroke Hill: The Go-To Private School in the Hills? Pembroke Hill: The Go-To Private School in the Hills? Summer 2009 Article comparing Pembroke Hill School and Barstow School through interviews with parents and former students of the two schools.

196. Pembroke-Country Day into Fortieth Year Pembroke-Country Day into Fortieth Year September/22/1950 Photo and article about "the Pembroke-Country Day School" and the book being written about its history by "Cecil Coad, oldest in years of service on the Pem-Day faculty." Started at the Wornall home and...

197. People of the Year '90 People of the Year '90 December//1990 Photos and bio of Phyllis Washington, 41-year-old "principal of the E. F. Swinney Elementary School" since about 1983, "one of the first magnet schools in the Kansas City school district" and "one of the...

198. Persona Grata: Cushy Job Persona Grata: Cushy Job November//1997 Photo and biographical article about Bob Wehner, a retiring designer for 57 years of "ergonomic chairs and other products for offices, schools, hospitals, labs and various medical and military applications...

199. Pioneer Life in Kansas Pioneer Life in Kansas 1912 Reminiscences of Miss Fannie Cole of Topeka, Kansas, recalling her life and career in Kansas starting with her arrival there by wagon in 1855 as a child. Descriptions of the Kaw Indians' reservation, the...

200. Platte County's Early Hazelwood School Platte County's Early Hazelwood School January-April 2012 History of the Hazelwood School, built in 1860, from an article that appeared in the April 1980 issue of "Discover North."