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141. College Miss of Century Ago Had Stringent Rules College Miss of Century Ago Had Stringent Rules October//1976 Article about "Woodland College, that 'chartered institution for young ladies,' a popular educational facility in Independence during the latter part of the 19th century. . .with some hard and fast rules...

142. Conover Brothers Co. Conover Brothers Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Conover Brothers Co. showing a woman in a fancy blue dress with a corsage and necklace. Front of card says: "Compliments of the Fischer Piano. For Sale By Conover Bros. Sole Agents."...

143. Consultant Honored as Minority Advocate: Inez Kaiser Started PR Firm after Leaving KC Teaching Job Consultant Honored as Minority Advocate: Inez Kaiser Started PR Firm after Leaving KC Teaching Job November 27, 1997 File containing a photo and biographical article about Inez Yeargan Kaiser, or Inez Kaiser, founder of her own public relations and advertising company in New York City after retiring as a teacher of the...

144. Contributors to Missouri Culture: Clara Cleghorn Hoffman Contributors to Missouri Culture: Clara Cleghorn Hoffman April 2000 Biography of Clara Cleghorn Hoffman, a "longtime president of the Missouri Woman's Christian Temperance Union" against alcohol and activist for women's voting and other rights during the late 19th century...

145. Cottey College Cottey College June//1909 School for women south of Kansas City, in Nevada, Missouri.

146. Council of Jewish Women Council of Jewish Women

147. Deaths: Miss Elizabeth Weyer Deaths: Miss Elizabeth Weyer March/16/1957 Obituary for Miss Elizabeth Weyer, " 74, president of George H. Weyer, Inc., 1219 Main street" with residence at 229 Ward Parkway. Native of Saint Joseph and "president of the firm [founded by her father...

148. Deaths: Mrs. Ruth M. Butler Deaths: Mrs. Ruth M. Butler October/13/1970 Obituary for Mrs. Ruth Butler, "the second woman ever to be a member of the Kansas City Real Estate Board," dying on October 11, 1970.

149. Diamond Dental Parlors Diamond Dental Parlors ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Diamond Dental Parlors showing a woman in a hat with flowers. To the right of image is number 150. Back of card says: "Amalgam Fillings, 50c. Cement Fillings, 50c. Gold Fillings, $1.00...

150. Diamond Jubilee of Nineteenth Amendment Diamond Jubilee of Nineteenth Amendment Fall//1995 Article about the 75th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, granting women the right to vote, with information about the suffragette movement in Kansas City, including Susan B. Anthony,...

151. Diane Cone Boody Practices an Ancient Art Form: Stone Lithography Diane Cone Boody Practices an Ancient Art Form: Stone Lithography March-April//1979 Biographical article about Missouri artist Diane Cone Boody, or Diane Boody, and her nationally exhibited lithography art work, with photos.

152. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of female architect Nelle E. Peters (1884-1974), a designer of Kansas City "apartment buildings and hotels, particularly in the 1920s."

153. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Nell Donnelly Reed (1889-1991), a pioneer woman clothing designer and entrepreneur, starting the Donnelly Garment Company in the 1910s and leading it to "one of the largest in the nation"...

154. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Katherine Berry Richardson (1858-1933), the founder of Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, established in 1899, and along with her sister Alice Berry Graham, founder of Mercy Wheatley...

155. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Sara Teasdale (1884-1933), a poet born in Saint Louis, Missouri, one of the nation's most prominent female poets from the 1900s to the 1930s.

156. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Sarah Lucille Turner (1898-1972), "[o]ne of the first two women in the Missouri House of Representatives, starting in the 1920s, and "personnel manager" of "Newsweek" magazine as secretary...

157. Dinner Attendees Dinner Attendees November 14, 1950 Attendees at installation dinner at unidentified location.

158. Does Your Banker Wear Lipstick? Does Your Banker Wear Lipstick? October//1976 Article about local women in upper positions as bankers, a recent phenomenon at the time.

159. Domestic Violence in the "Crystal Castle" of Johnson County Domestic Violence in the "Crystal Castle" of Johnson County September/23-29/1999 Discusses the issue of domestic abuse in Johnson County, Kansas and the efforts of organizations like Safehome to assist with the problem.

160. Dr. Pauline Gerhard Thompson Obituary Dr. Pauline Gerhard Thompson Obituary February/24/1953 Obituary for Dr. Pauline Gerhard Thompson, or Pauline Thompson, widow of Dr. Howard Thompson and a physician in the first class to admit women at the old Barnes Medical College in Saint Louis, graduating...