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1. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial Postcard of Alfred Benjamin Memorial

2. Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework December 3, 1916 Article profiling the work of Mrs. J. M. Curtice teaching children of immigrants to sew at the Swope Settlement House, located at 16th and Campbell. Curtice is described by the author as one of the pioneers...

3. Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch 1920 Interior view with children at tables and unidentified female staff member at desk; located at 15th and Campbell.

4. Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch Partial frontal view.

5. Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch January, 1913 Interior view with unidentified woman and children at table.

6. Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch January, 1913 Interior view with unidentified woman and children at table.

7. Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch Kansas City Public Library, Swope Settlement Branch January, 1913 Exterior view with unidentified girl before library.

8. Mrs. Lois Black Hunt Mrs. Lois Black Hunt April//1934 Photo and bio of Lois Hunt, a prominent piano teacher and musical performer, "specializ[ing] in children's work" and coming to Kansas City from Chicago, "engaged in the [Musical] Club's greatest project--the...

9. Swope Family and Related Subjects Swope Family and Related Subjects 1903-1937 A collection of photocopied newspaper articles from Kansas City newspapers, centered on three facets of the legacy of Thomas H. Swope: a claim to the estate of Colonel Swope by his self-proclaimed son...

10. Swope Settlement Swope Settlement ca1925 Folder includes two different brochure type publications, one being a fold-out with numerous photographs included. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular...

11. Swope Settlement Swope Settlement ca1930s Interior view of children in cribs and on the floor at the Thomas H. Swope Settlement located at 1608-10 Campbell according to the 1930 Kansas City city directory.

12. Swope Settlement Swope Settlement ca1930s Interior view of boys in a woodmaking class at the Thomas H. Swope Settlement located at 1608-10 Campbell according to the 1930 Kansas City city directory.

13. Thomas H. Swope: Early Newspaper Clippings Thomas H. Swope: Early Newspaper Clippings 1902-1948 A collection of 98 pages of photocopied newspaper articles from Kansas City newspapers centered on various aspects of the life of Thomas H. Swope, including his rise as a businessman, his philanthropic...

14. Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid 1820-1970 (bulk 1880-1950) The vertical files in this collection contain items found in the regular vertical files of the Special Collections department that were determined to be too old and fragile to be left in the files. The...

15. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City October/9/1921 Illustrations and biographical sketch of Alfred Benjamin, "vice-president [of the] Abernathy Furniture Company," originally from Leavenworth, Kansas, starting with the company in 1876, and moving to Kansas...