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201. Social Legislation in Missouri Social Legislation in Missouri June/22/1907 Article about various new social legislation in Missouri, especially new laws about child labor and children's health, industrial workers and labor unions, other workplaces, and saloons, etc.

202. Soccer. ..the Latest Kick Soccer. ..the Latest Kick October//1981 Article about rising popularity of both amateur soccer for kids and the professional Kansas City Comets team.

203. Soap Opera Star Ruth Warrick Dies at 88 Soap Opera Star Ruth Warrick Dies at 88 January 18, 2005 A short Associated Press article which mentions the death of actress Ruth Warrick. It states that she was "born and raised in St. Joseph, Mo., left for New York after graduating from what is now the University...

204. Smithville--A Town With A Past Worth Remembering Smithville--A Town With A Past Worth Remembering July /31/1996 Description of development of Smithville in Clay County. The Humphery "Yankee" Smith, his wife, and five children came to the Little Platte River valley in 1822. In 1824, Smith built a new mill at the...

205. Small Child with Dog Small Child with Dog circa 1930s Outdoor scene of a toddler posing with a terrier dog.

206. Slow Food: Kids, Community Come Together to Garden Slow Food: Kids, Community Come Together to Garden May 18, 2006 Article discusses the community garden at St. Peter's Episcopal Church Preschool at 100 E. Red Bridge Road established by the local chapter of Slow Food USA. It is part of the Slow Food movement called...

207. Show-Crew Arrival Means Dad's Prime-Time Reward Show-Crew Arrival Means Dad's Prime-Time Reward March 31, 2005 Photos and article about the makeover of the home of Kansas City firefighter Stephen Johnson and his five children by the ABC series ''Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.'' Johnson was nominated by MAST paramedic...

208. Show Me Missouri Women: Selected Biographies Show Me Missouri Women: Selected Biographies //1989 Biographical sketches of Dr. Alice Berry Graham (or Alice Graham, a dentist) and her sister Dr. Katherine Berry Richardson (or Katherine Richardson, a physician), founders of Children's Mercy Hospital...

209. Sheffield Pool Sheffield Pool n.d. View of unidentified children swimming at Sheffield Pool and Shelter Building.

210. She's Retired, But Not Resting She's Retired, But Not Resting July 1, 2012 Article on former director of social services for Children's Mercy Hospital, Alice Kitchen. Kitchen began volunteering at the Guadalupe Center in the 1950s as a teenager, and the experience prompted her...

211. Shawnee Park. Shawnee Park. 1900 Unidentified men, women, and children in Shawnee Park.

212. Seven Oaks School Kindergarten Seven Oaks School Kindergarten ca1930s Interior view of Seven Oaks School kindergarten with children seated in chairs listenting to a story read by their teacher, Miss Gladys Wilson. The children's names and addresses are included on a separate...

213. Seven Oaks School Seven Oaks School 1955 Group portrait of students before school entrance; located at 3711 Jackson.

214. Seton Center Seton Center

215. Services for Bishop Emanuel Newton Services for Bishop Emanuel Newton April 6-12, 2007 Article and obituary for Bishop Emanuel Newton, 72, founder and pastor of Kansas City's Christian Tabernacle Church. Newton was born October 18, 1935, in Moffet, Oklahoma, and was the youngest of 14 children....

216. September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2002 At the commemoration, an unidentified woman hands out American flags to children.

217. Senior Focus: Making Music Kid-Style Senior Focus: Making Music Kid-Style April//1991 Profile of the Gant Sisters Studio and their careers of teaching and entertaining young children with music, headquartered at the Ranch Mart Shopping Center.

218. Selling From The Mouths of Babes Selling From The Mouths of Babes June 8, 2003 Pros and cons about using children for sports marketing, particularly Mark Walker, Jr., a Lee's Summit three-year old basketball prodigy capable of making 18 baskets in a row. Reebok, the world's No. 2...

219. Screenwriter Living in KC, Still Working in Hollywood Screenwriter Living in KC, Still Working in Hollywood April 24, 2005 Screenwriter Dan Taylor moved his family back to Kansas City after living a decade in Los Angeles as a script writer. ''Although he's still in the feature film biz, Taylor's current love is the children's...

220. Scoping Out Biotech's Next Move Scoping Out Biotech's Next Move March 7, 2006 Interview with Irvine O. Hockaday, Jr., chairman of the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute. He discusses his efforts to establish a biosciences corridor in the bistate area. ''The Kansas City Area...