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121. Candy Packers Candy Packers 1888 Exterior unidentified group portrait of women identified as candy packers, presumably of Corle Cracker and Confectionery Company; located on the southwest corner of 2nd and Main.

122. Cannon, Mary Cannon, Mary 19?? File containing an obituary article about Mary Cannon, a Kansas City landscape artist specializing in "patio paintings," trained with Philomene Bennett and Lou Marak, with photo.

123. Carrie Westlake Whitney Carrie Westlake Whitney April/9/1934 Obituary for Carrie Westlake Whitney, or Carrie Whitney, "Mother of the Kansas City Public Library" as the first public librarian of Kansas City. Native of Virginia coming to Kansas City as librarian at...

124. Carrie Westlake Whitney Carrie Westlake Whitney April/9/1934 Obituary for Carrie Westlake Whitney, or Carrie Whitney, "Mother of the Kansas City Public Library" as the first public librarian of Kansas City. Native of Virginia coming to Kansas City as librarian at...

125. Celebrating Woman's Month Celebrating Woman's Month February 23 - March 2, 2006 Profiles of three prominent Kansas City-area Latinas: Mary Estrada, President of MANA, Yvonne S. Ornelas-Rios, Nurse at Cabot Westside Health Center, and Maria del Carmen Tapia-Belsito, development director...

126. Celtic Heart: Irish Women Gave Birth to City's Spirit Celtic Heart: Irish Women Gave Birth to City's Spirit March 2001 Photos and article about the positive impact of Irish women in Kansas City, concentrating on immigrants from Ireland from the 1800s to the early 1900s.

127. Central Exchange Celebrates 25 Years Central Exchange Celebrates 25 Years September 23-29, 2005 On September 28, 2005, the Central Exchange, a place for professional women to meet and share ideas, will honor its 12 originating members. The group started with Beth Smith and Marjorie Powell Allen and...

128. Challenging Imperial Expectations Challenging Imperial Expectations Winter 2013 Article on the role of female homesteaders in the West, featuring a case study of Kansas settlers in Graham County, Kansas. At the height of westward expansion in the late 19th century, lawmakers struggled...

129. Charlotte Campbell, 1832-1907 Charlotte Campbell, 1832-1907 April-May 2000 Brief biography of Charlotte Campbell, married to John Campbell, the English real estate investor. She was one of the founders of Central Presbyterian Church, and is buried in Union Cemetery.

130. Chauvinism in Disguise Chauvinism in Disguise July//1990 Article about the more subtle but still-present practice of sexual discrimination in the work place against women.

131. Christine Rodgers Raps about Martial Arts Christine Rodgers Raps about Martial Arts Fall//1975 Interview with Christine Rodgers, an expert if martial arts, especially for women's self-defense.

132. City Council: Who Are These People? City Council: Who Are These People? January//1983 Photo and biographical description of Kay Cronkite Waldo Barnes (known as Kay Waldo in 1983 before becoming the first woman mayor of Kansas City in the late 1990s), or Kay Barnes, City Council member for...

133. City Window: A Different Kind of Women's Club in Crown Center City Window: A Different Kind of Women's Club in Crown Center January 1982 Club providing a variety of educational, cultural and social services for local women, sharing space with Kiwanis club at Crown Center.

134. Civic Housekeepers And More Civic Housekeepers And More December 2013 A history of women's organizations and women civic leaders in Kansas City. Beginning the in the 1850s and continuing forward, women in Kansas City sought to form groups that addressed issues of education,...

135. Civil War--Women Civil War--Women

136. Clara C. Hoffman: Prophet and Pioneer Clara C. Hoffman: Prophet and Pioneer //19?? Booklet of collected stories about Clara C. Hoffman, the leader of the Women's Christian Temperance Union and activist against alcoholism and for women's rights.

137. Clyde and Jess Metcalfe Clyde and Jess Metcalfe July 5, 1915 Two women and a man identified as CHM [Clyde Metcalfe], GH [Gertrude Heinz], JM [Jess Metcalfe] standing in front of what appears to be a train car. All three wear hats, the man smokes.

138. Clyde and Jess Metcalfe Clyde and Jess Metcalfe July 5, 1915 Two women and a man identified as "Gertrude Heinz, CM [Clyde Metcalfe], & JM [Jess Metcalfe]" standing in front of what appears to be a train car. Location identified on back of photo as Sells Floto Circus....

139. Clyde and Jess Metcalfe Clyde and Jess Metcalfe July 5, 1915 Clyde and Jess Metcalfe standing on steps at the Grove in Kansas City, Missouri.

140. Clyde Congregational Church Clyde Congregational Church circa 1880s Interior group scene identified on the back as the Peak Sisters, Clyde Church, Kansas City, Missouri. The church was located at 7th and Brooklyn. Further identification includes: "Aunt Eleanor, furthest...