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81. Priests of Pallas Parade Carriage Priests of Pallas Parade Carriage 1900 Women in formal dress in horse-drawn carriage, being driven by black man.

82. Ramos Vertical File List Ramos Vertical File List A list of the file names in the Ramos collection. This collection includes books, pamphlets, newspaper articles, and vertical files relating to the African American experience. Begun around 1920 by librarians...

83. Real Estate Brokers to Hold Workshop Real Estate Brokers to Hold Workshop May 18, 1951 News article with photos about the Real Estate Brokers workshop at the Paseo Y.W.C.A. held "under the auspices of the Urban League of Kansas City." The article provides photographs of several of the African...

84. Real Estate Brokers to Hold Workshop Real Estate Brokers to Hold Workshop May 18, 1951 News article with photos about the "Real Estate Brokers workshop" at the Paseo Y.W.C.A. held "under the auspices of the Urban League of Kansas City." The article provides photographs of several of the...

85. Remember Women's Firsts, Too Remember Women's Firsts, Too February 4, 2006 The author of this "As I See It" column in the Kansas City Star is Inez Y. Kaiser. Her intent in the piece is to mention African American women who were "firsts" in Kansas City. That includes herself,...

86. Roberta Lee Ferguson Roberta Lee Ferguson November 16, 1951 File containing a photo and biographical article about Mrs. Roberta Lee Ferguson, or Roberta Ferguson, "1910 East 13th Street," starting on November 7, 1951 as a "traffic officer at the school crossing...

87. Rose Kemp Dies At 72 Rose Kemp Dies At 72 November 21, 2005 Local woman, Rose Kemp, known as a champion of women's rights and equal rights, died November 19, 2005, at Overland Park Regional Medical Center. She was 72 years of age. She was regional administrtor...

88. Songbird: Kansas City's Own Grammy-Nominated Oleta Adams Sings for Love Not Fortune or Fame Songbird: Kansas City's Own Grammy-Nominated Oleta Adams Sings for Love Not Fortune or Fame March-April//1997 Interview of Kansas Citian "jazz, blues, and gospel" singer Oleta Adams, a black woman nominated for a Grammy Award for one of her recent albums, with photos.

89. Sophisticated Lady of Jazz Sophisticated Lady of Jazz September 10, 2011 Pearl Thuston Brown is the subject of the Tribute section of the Remembrances column. "Brown was a professional musician since 1951, a singer and piano player at Kansas City nightclubs who toured with...

90. The Whitley Sisters Remember: Living with Segregation in Kansas City, Missouri The Whitley Sisters Remember: Living with Segregation in Kansas City, Missouri Autumn//1999 Article about the Whitley sisters, a representative group of black women experiencing racial segregation in Kansas City during the "Great Migration" of blacks to northern industrial cities in the 1920s...

91. Truth in Black Ink: How Lucile Bluford Heard the Call and Penned Her Way Towards Black Feminist Activism Truth in Black Ink: How Lucile Bluford Heard the Call and Penned Her Way Towards Black Feminist Activism Autumn 2006 This article compares local African American journalist Lucile Bluford with Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an earlier African American woman writer and activist from Memphis, Tennessee and later Chicago, Illinois....

92. Tuberculosis Clearing Center Tuberculosis Clearing Center circa 1945 Interior view of an office area with a group of women seated and working. Identified on the back of the photograph as "T.B. Clearing Center, Health Dept." Two large maps of Kansas City can been seen on...

93. Women in Industry: Working Women in Missouri and Alabama Women in Industry: Working Women in Missouri and Alabama February//1923 Review of "preliminary reports on investigations dealing with working women, made in Missouri and Alabama in 1922" by the Women's Bureau of the United States Labor Department, recording types of jobs worked...

94. Women's Caucus Leader: '60s Activism to '70s Politics Women's Caucus Leader: '60s Activism to '70s Politics February/19/1976 Article about the history of the National Women's Political Caucus, started in 1971 and organized to promote women in political offices, headed by Audrey Rowe Colom, or Audrey Colom, an African American...

95. YMCA-YWCA YMCA-YWCA April 18, 1905 File contains program from Anniversary Service of Paseo Young Women's Christian Association and description of programs.

96. Yours for the Race: The Life and Work of Josephine Silone Yates Yours for the Race: The Life and Work of Josephine Silone Yates January//1996 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about Josephine Silone Yates, or Josephine Yates (1859-1912), "a longtime teacher at Jefferson City's Lincoln Institute and a writer whose passionate pleas...