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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

201. Willows Maternity Sanitarium Willows Maternity Sanitarium November 5, 1909 Postcard of the Willows Maternity Sanitarium

202. Willis Wood Theater Willis Wood Theater Postcard of Willis Wood Theater

203. Willis Wood Theater Willis Wood Theater Postcard of Willis Wood Theater

204. Willis Wood Theater Willis Wood Theater Postcard of Willis Wood Theater

205. Willis Castle Memorial Photograph Collection Finding Aid Willis Castle Memorial Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1920-1950 (bulk 1940s-1950s) This collection contains 340 black and white, 8" x 10" photographs. Many of them were a part of the Department of Welfare, Kansas City, Missouri. The focus of this collection is on people and activities,...

206. Williard School Garden Williard School Garden 1915 Exterior view of students working in the garden at Francis Willard School, located at 50th and Garfield. School named for American educator and temperance reformer.

207. William W. Jacoby William W. Jacoby circa 1944 Portrait of William W. Jacoby, World War II pilot. He was born on October 19, 1919 at Trail, British Columbia, Canada. He moved to Kansas City in 1922 and graduated from Paseo High School, working at the...

208. William T. Fitzsimons Fountain William T. Fitzsimons Fountain Postcard of the William T. Fitzsimons Fountain

209. William R. Bright William R. Bright November 15, 1964 Head and shoulders portrait of William R. Bright, associated with the Campus Crusade for Christ.

210. William Peery's Wife and Family William Peery's Wife and Family ca1895 Family portrait identified as William Peery's wife Lucy Ann Forkner Peery with children and grandchildren. Sitting left to right: Woodson Peery - lawyer with Louise on his lap; Nannie Peery - unmarried;...

211. William P. Wilbur William P. Wilbur Circa 1941 Portrait of William P. Wilbur, a Lieutenant in the U. S. Army. Wilbur was born on September 10, 1917 in Miami, Florida, and in 1928, his family moved to Kansas City, Missouri. In February 1941, Wilbur...

212. William M. Ferguson William M. Ferguson ca1960 Portrait of William M. Ferguson, Kansas Attorney General. He spoke at the January 16, 1962 luncheon meeting.

213. William Lawson William Lawson n.d. Photograph in Akard collection. Relationship to James J. Akard, captain of Company A, Eighth Missouri State Militia Cavalry during the Civil War, is unknown. Handwritten on the front of the photo is "Wm....

214. William L. Young William L. Young N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of Dr. William L. Young, President of Park College.

215. William Kapell William Kapell circa 1945 Performance portrait of pianist William Kapell seated at the piano playing.

216. William Kapell William Kapell circa 1945 Portrait of pianist William Kapell.

217. William Jewell College, Wornall Hall William Jewell College, Wornall Hall Postcard of Wornall Hall at William Jewell College

218. William Jewell College, President's Mansion William Jewell College, President's Mansion Postcard of President's Mansion at William Jewell College

219. William J. Scarborough William J. Scarborough ca. 1957 Portrait of Dr. William J Scarborough. Scarborough was appointed President of Baker University in 1956, after a stint as President of West Virginia Wesleyan College.

220. William J. Myers William J. Myers ca1955 Portrait of William J. Myers, Ballistics Technician at the Kansas City Police Department. Spoke at the October 30, 1956 luncheon meeting.