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141. Women in Business Women in Business

142. The Workhouse The Workhouse Postcard of the Workhouse Prison

143. Holzmark Residence Holzmark Residence Full frontal and side view with unidentified men, women, and children on porch and in yard.

144. President Hotel Interior President Hotel Interior Interior view of unidentified men and women attending banquet in Aztec Room.

145. Women on Porch at Little Sisters of the Poor Women on Porch at Little Sisters of the Poor Close-up view of women on porch sewing.

146. YWCA YWCA Partial frontal and side view; located at 11th and Troost.

147. Loretto Academy Loretto Academy Postcard of the Loretto Academy

148. Garfield School Garfield School Postcard of Garfield School

149. The Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record The Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record //1877 Description of the move of the Louis Grandlouis family, including Louis's wife "Madame Grandouis," to the Kansas City area "at the beginning of the present century. Description of her becoming "the first...

150. Independence, Missouri, City Directory Independence, Missouri, City Directory //1888-1889 Catalog for the Kansas City Ladies College for 1886-1887 and announcements for the 1888-1889 academic year, found in the rear of the Independence city directory for 1888-1889.

151. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties //191? Biographical sketch of John Phillips Thistle, or John Thistle, a farmer south of Warrensburg, Missouri captured as a Confederate soldier in the Civil War.

152. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties //191? Reminiscence by Mrs. W. L. Webb, a pro-slavery Jackson County resident writing about her border warfare experiences.

153. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography //1916 Biographical sketch of Phoebe Couzins (1845-1915), the first professional woman lawyer in the nation, graduating from Washington University in 1869, the first university of its kind to admit women. Description...

154. Report of the Superintendant of Schools of the School District of Kansas City, Missouri for the Years Report of the Superintendant of Schools of the School District of Kansas City, Missouri for the Years from July 1, 1917, to June 30, 1921 //1917-1921 Description of the impact of World War I on the public school system, with photos of war posters, Junior Red Cross parades, and women manufacturing garments for the war effort.

155. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties //192? Reminiscences of Civil War Missouri by "Mrs. Bettie Shelby, widow of General [Joseph] Shelby" concerning her refuge at Springfield, Missouri during nearby battles and leaving the state and even the country...

156. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties //192? Reminiscences of Mrs. Mary Jackman Mullins (of Howard County, Missouri), about Colonel Sidney Jackman, a native of Kentucky and a "conspicuous figure of 'strenuous' movement in the disturbed days of the...

157. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties //192? Tales of raids by Jayhawkers during the border warfare era in Kansas City leading up to the Civil War, describing the Jayhawker "Jennison" as a "miscreant" of similar magnitude as Quantrill. Reminiscences...

158. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties //192? Reminiscences about the Civil War by Kansas Citian Mrs. Judge Graves, describing her move into Kansas City from the more dangerous countryside of the time, having her house occupied by Confederate soldiers,...

159. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties //192? Excerpts of the journal of Mildred Elizabeth Powell, or Mildred Powell, a young "belle" and Confederate sympathizer of Palmyra, Missouri, imprisoned during the Civil War.

160. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties //192? Descriptions of the first and second versions of Order Number 11 during the Civil War, including both removal from and return to homes for western Missouri residents sympathizing with the Confederacy in...