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141. The Inter-"National" News The Inter-"National" News 1963; 1966 Employee newsletter of National Bellas Hess, Inc., formerly the National Cloak and Suit Company. Issues include January 11, 1963, and eight from 1966. The newsletters feature photos of employee children...

142. The History of Dentistry in Missouri The History of Dentistry in Missouri 1938 Reference in the book's index to a dentist, Alice A. Graham, or Alice Graham, presumably the same as Dr. Alice Berry Graham, or Alice Graham of Kansas City.

143. The Grove, Wading Pool With Women and Children The Grove, Wading Pool With Women and Children July 5, 1915 A woman with two children on the edge of the wading pool at the Grove in Kansas City, Missouri. One child has feet in the water.

144. The Grove, Wading Pool The Grove, Wading Pool July 5, 1915 Partial view of the Grove Wading Pool in Kansas City, Missouri. A child sits on the edge with feet in the water. A woman stands under tree and another child hugs the tree trunk. All are unidentified.

145. The Grove, Public Bath House The Grove, Public Bath House Postcard of Public Bath House at The Grove park

146. The Grove, Playing Baseball The Grove, Playing Baseball July 5, 1915 Distant view of boys playing baseball on the lawns at the Grove in Kansas City, Missouri. Bathhouse building is visible in background.

147. The Grove The Grove 1914 Unidentified women and children wading at the Grove, located at 15th Street and Benton Boulevard.

148. The Georgia Brown Dramatic School and Children's Theatre Arts, Kansas City, Missouri The Georgia Brown Dramatic School and Children's Theatre Arts, Kansas City, Missouri 1927, ca. Pamphlet or booklet containing a photo and biographical sketch of Jeanne Eagels, "the most ambitious child of the [Georgia Brown Dramatic School at 800 East Armour Boulevard] school's history," going on...

149. The First Kansas-Born Children The First Kansas-Born Children June/1/1962 Article listing and describing the first children born in Kansas Territory starting with Napoleon Boone and Lewis Dougherty in 1828 and Susanna Dillon in 1830, et al.

150. The Ellises at Woodley The Ellises at Woodley Summer 2007 The second of two articles about the life of Sallie Long Ellis, tells about her life at Woodley. She and husband Hayde raised their five children there while he served as Aide to the Secretary of the Navy....

151. The Diamond Mine The Diamond Mine January/8/1989 Article describing some distinct features of the learning environment for children of varying backgrounds and races at the Middle School for the Arts.

152. The Development of County Public Welfare Work in Missouri The Development of County Public Welfare Work in Missouri January//1923 Article about the origins and development of county-level public welfare organizations in Missouri and other states (including Kansas and North Carolina), all starting with the creation in 1908 of the...

153. The Children's Bureau of Kansas City The Children's Bureau of Kansas City September//1924 Article about the Children's Bureau of Kansas City, an organization performing functions for young children's health including education, yearly censuses, annual physical exams, records, etc.

154. The Children Get a Chance The Children Get a Chance June//1946 Article about Kansas City experiments in organizing its neighborhoods, bolstering of family life, and curbing of juvenile delinquency, through the Community Service Division of the Welfare Department.

155. The Boone Family The Boone Family Spring//1997 Brief biographies of Daniel Boone, his wife Rebecca Bryan Boone, and their eleven children, with illustrations.

156. The Black Church: Building God's New People The Black Church: Building God's New People May-June//1982 Photo and description of Reverend Nelson Thompson, or Fuzzy Thompson, "minister of King Memorial United Methodist Church and Executive Director of Martin Luther King Urban Center, Inc." in Kansas City....

157. The Beginnings of Wyandotte County The Beginnings of Wyandotte County October 2003 Article recounts the early settlement of the Wyandot Tribe on land just west of state line. 664 people were on the "Chief's Muster Roll" of the Wyandots travelling from Ohio to Westport Landing, 243 of...

158. Taught the First Negro School Here Taught the First Negro School Here October/7/1927 Photo and description of Ella Weeks Hayhurst, the first teacher in 1866-1867 at the Penn School for black children near the Country Club Plaza.

159. Take No Prisoners Take No Prisoners January/February, 2004 Article examines the Sand Creek Massacre, an altercation between the Colorado militia and several bands of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians on November 29, 1864. Nearly two hundred Native Americans were killed...

160. Taft's Dental Rooms Taft's Dental Rooms ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Taft's Dental Rooms featuring a boy dressed in historical costume with plumed hat, puff sleeves, and breast plate. One of two cards with similar theme and design. Lower left corner...