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Eula Surber Obituary
September 13, 1969
Obituary for Eula Surber, an elementary school teacher at the Faxon school, the Bancroft school, and the Bryant school, born in Holden, Missouri and dying on September 12, 1969.
Obituary for Miss Eva Packard, a mathematics teacher at Northeast High School from 1913 to 1944, dying at the age of 90 in 1967.
Eva Sweatman Obituary
Obituary for Miss Eva Sweatman, a teacher for 40 years dying in 1964.
June 7, 1975
File containing a photo and brief biographical article about Mrs. Evelyn Harper, "former principal of Lincoln school, Atchison, Kas.," recently appointed to "be the first Negro teacher at the Atchison...
Experiences with Differentiated Staffing
Section of the article (written by the "assistant superintendent in charge of instruction, Kansas City, Missouri, public schools") about the implementation in 1968 of "a differentiated staffing plan" "in...
Father James G. Hogan a Jesuit 50 Years
Photo and biographical article about Reverend James Hogan, "a native of Kansas City" and a Catholic priest moving to Leavenworth, Kansas, in September 1975 and formerly teaching at Rockhurst High School....
Field of Dreams
Photos and article about Lloyd Vernon Kennedy (1907-1993), a former professional baseball player and collegiate athletic champion. Description of his life and career, born in Kansas City and growing up...
First Book of Poems by Herman Salinger
File containing a review of "The Angel of Our Thirst," a book of poetry by Herman Salinger, a poet and former teacher at the University of Kansas City published in such magazines as the University of Kansas...
First Grade Students Working In Garden
Exterior view identified as first grade children working in the garden. Class, teacher, and location unidentifed. Building in background says "Teachers College" over the entrance.
Obituary for Miss Florannah Welsh, a retired high school teacher residing at 4021 Oak Street at her death on February 15, 1975.
Obituary for Florence Griffith, a teacher for 51 years, dying at the age of 87.
Obituary for Miss Florence James, a retired elementary school teacher in Kansas City for 50 years, dying on September 11, 1970, at the age of 88.
Following the Master: Young Women Who Consecrate Their Lives to Christian Work
December 18, 1894
Portraits and biographical article about teachers Elizabeth Holding and Elizabeth Cushman and school principal Maria Gibson at the "Scarritt Bible Training School" in Kansas City for training missionaries...
Following Their Passions
Article profiles three Kansas City professionals who have achieved success and notoriety in the "passions" they pursue in their spare time.
For the Children's Sake: Compensation for Caregivers Key to Future Success
Photos and biographical article about four area child-care professionals, with discussion on "the state of child care in Greater Kansas City." Description of the following professionals: (1) Kyle Matchell,...
Former Business Executive, Philanthropist Dies at 87
August 17, 2004
Obituary for John B. Francis, former chairman of Puritan Bennett Corp. When Francis retired in 1986, he ended his family's control of the company founded by his father, Parker B. Francis, in 1913. The...
File contains photos and information on Francis Buebendorf, or Frank Buebendorf, a "retired University of Kansas City-Missouri music professor" and former conductor of "the Kansas City String Orchestra...
Obituary for Frank Phillips, chairman of the Spanish Department at Westport High School from 1909 until his retirement in 1944 and consul general for Honduras and vice-consul for Paraguay from 1915 to...
Frederic Shaw Obituary
Obituary for Frederic Shaw, a teacher of Latin at Westport High School dying on January 14, 1951.
Frederick Walter Toomey Obituary
Obituary for Frederick Walter Toomey, or Frederick Toomey, a school teacher and former catcher for the Kansas City Blues baseball team dying on June 27, 1958.
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