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1. Brief History of the Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital Brief History of the Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital September 24, 1932 The Kansas City Tuberculosis Sanitarium was opened on Christmas Day, 1915. Built in response to the need for specialized tuberculosis care, it was located on a part of the Municipal Farm in Leeds.

2. Kansas City Health Care Photograph Collection Finding Aid Kansas City Health Care Photograph Collection Finding Aid 1940s-1950s This photograph collection contains 198 black and white photographs taken in the 1940s-1950s. The images are of health care facilities and services maintained by the Kansas City Health Department. Includes...

3. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1945, Page p847 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1945, Page p847 1917-1945 A portion of the Kansas City Municipal Farm and House of Corrections, located 1.5 miles southeast of Leeds, Missouri, showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining...

4. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1957, Page p847 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1957, Page p847 1917-1957 A portion of the Kansas City Municipal Farm and House of Corrections, located 1.5 miles southeast of Leeds, Missouri, showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining...

5. SC129 Marie Buford Collection Finding Aid SC129 Marie Buford Collection Finding Aid 1929-1942 Marie Buford was born on May 17, 1922 to John W. and Verna L. Buford. At the age of seventeen, Marie Buford was admitted as a patient at the Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital from about 1939-1941. Originally...

6. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital circa 1945 Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital, built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

7. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital circa 1945 Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital, built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

8. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital circa 1945 Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

9. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital circa 1945 Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital, built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

10. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital circa 1945 Exteroir view of the entrance to the city's Tuberculosis Hospital located in Leeds. Photograph published in the "Municipal Mirror", December, 1946, p. 6, MVSC 092 M96 with a caption that reads: "The Kansas...

11. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital circa 1945 Interior view of African American patients lying in hospital beds. The photograph was published in the "Municipal Mirror", December, 1946, p. 7, MVSC 092 M96 and captioned as: "West Ward 1D" (KC Tuberculosis...

12. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital Circa 1950 Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital, built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

13. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital n.d. Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

14. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital Circa 1950 Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

15. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital n.d. Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

16. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital n.d. Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital,...

17. Tuberculosis Hospital Tuberculosis Hospital 1946 Interior view of what appears to be a kitchen area with an attendant by a pitcher. Believed to be an interior view of the tuberculosis hospital located in Leeds. Photograph can be found uncaptioned in...

18. Tuberculosis Hospital Operating Room Tuberculosis Hospital Operating Room circa 1945 Interior view of an operating room showing operating table and equipment. Identified on the back of the picture as the operating room at the Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital.