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1. Samuel U. Rodgers: The Legacy Lives On Samuel U. Rodgers: The Legacy Lives On August/7/2002 Although Dr. Samuel U. Rodgers died in 1999, he is still remembered for his dedication to providing good public health. His clinic named after him is located at 825 Euclid Avenue in the Northeast area....

2. On Pins and Needles On Pins and Needles April//1975 Article about acupuncture services in Kansas City.

3. Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City September//1924 Article about Child Welfare Stations and Well Baby Clinics utilized in the growth of care for black babies in Kansas City.

4. The Baby Makers The Baby Makers May//1990 Article about high technology infertility physicians Dr. John Betts and Dr. Rodney Lyles and their clinic, the Reproductive Resource Center of Greater Kansas City, "one of the ten most successful in the...

5. Panda Place Wellness Center Panda Place Wellness Center September/12/2001 Article about the "Panda Place Wellness Center, located at McCoy Elementary School" as "the only full-service clinic located within an elementary school in Kansas City, Missouri."

6. New Answer to Health Care for Women New Answer to Health Care for Women December-January//1974-1975 Article about the abortion clinic, Comprehensive Health Services, at 7700 West 63rd Street (Highway 50).

7. Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene March//1932 Article about the Kansas City Health Department and its dealings with venereal, or "social" diseases, especially syphilis and gonorrhea, including discussions about their treatment at the General Hospital...

8. New Answer to Health Care for Women New Answer to Health Care for Women December-January//1974-1975 Article about the then-new phenomenon of abortion clinics.

9. The Westport Free Health Clinic The Westport Free Health Clinic August 1979 Article about the Westport Free Health Clinic at 4008 Baltimore Avenue, with photos.

10. Fiscal Realities Clash With Clinic's Mission Fiscal Realities Clash With Clinic's Mission November 26, 2005 Article describes financial difficulties faced by the Samual U. Rodgers Health Center. The Center plays a particularly important role in serving new immigrants. Government aid and insurance funds are growing...

11. Health Care Act Changes Emerge Health Care Act Changes Emerge November 29, 2012 Article focuses on how passage of the Affordable Care Act has impacted the Kansas City Free Health Clinic. Administrators are interviewed and discuss how new healthcare and medicaid laws will affect the...

12. Kansas Citians with Records: City Builders--Representative Missourians Kansas Citians with Records: City Builders--Representative Missourians 1912 Biographical sketch of Dr. G. Wilse Robinson, a neurologist physician and "owner of the Punton Sanitarium" born in Missouri in 1871 and coming to Kansas City in 1902.

13. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Dr. Herbert Mantz, a Kansas City physician and "zealous worker in the crusade against tuberculosis" at his "local clinic founded to combat this dread disease." Born in Westplains,...

14. Kansas Citians with Records: City Builders--Representative Missourians Kansas Citians with Records: City Builders--Representative Missourians 1912 Biographical sketch of Dr. John Punton, a physician born in England in 1855 and emigrating to Kansas City as founder of "the Punton Sanitarium, which is now owned by Dr. G. Wilse Robinson."

15. The Baby Chase The Baby Chase June//1985 Comprehensive article about infertility clinics, options, and treatments.

16. Mission of Planned Parenthood Goes Beyond Abortion Mission of Planned Parenthood Goes Beyond Abortion April/10-16/1997 Describes the history, activities, and status of the Mid-Missouri and Eastern Kansas Planned Parenthood organization.

17. Kansas City People Kansas City People January 1, 1989 File containing a biographical article about Mamie Hughes Rodgers, or Mamie Rodgers, "a former Jackson County legislator and former chief executive officer of the Black Economic Union." Also "ombudsman-coordinator...

18. Alcoholism Alcoholism File contains a pamplet or booklet (ca. 1968) on the Benjamin Burroughs Ralph Foundation for Medical Research at 529 Highland Avenue in Kansas City, chartered in 1954. Named for Dr. Benjamin Ralph, a pioneer...

19. Swope Community Enterprises Swope Community Enterprises File contains articles, illustrations, and advertisements for the different components of the Swope enterprises: Swope Health Services, First-Guard Health Plan, Swope Community Builders, and the Applied...

20. Two Are Hurt Battling Fire Two Are Hurt Battling Fire August/29/1963 Fire at the house at 31st and Euclid Streets, built in 1905 and operating from 1921 to 1956 as a psychiatric clinic.