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61. Women in Higher Education: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Women in Higher Education: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Fall//1975 Overview of correlations between women's level of education and employment and income.

62. Women in Business: The Women Movers and Shakers in Kansas City Women in Business: The Women Movers and Shakers in Kansas City November 1, 2003 Section of the magazine that contains several articles concerning women in business in the metro area. It profiles Beverly Byers-Pevitts, Laura Lee Jones, Pat Oppenheimer, Melody Warren, Joyce Murray and...

63. Women in Business Women in Business

64. Women Get Their Due Women Get Their Due March/11/1979 Photo (of a woman's painting in the Nelson Gallery of Art) and book review of "Woman Artists: An Historical, Contemporary and Feminist Bibliography" by Sherry Piland and Donna Bachman. Discussion of the...

65. Women Feeding Uniformed Men Women Feeding Uniformed Men 1951 Unidentified female Army workers supplying food and drink to uniformed men during 1951 flood.

66. Women atop Parade Float Women atop Parade Float n.d. Women representing various U.S. states riding atop a float sponsored by the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce during an unidentified parade. Side of float reads: "Host . . . Midwest Major League Baseball."...

67. Women Artists: An Historical, Contemporary and Feminist Bibliography Women Artists: An Historical, Contemporary and Feminist Bibliography //1978 Book (co-written by Kansas City author Sherry Piland) with illustrations and annotated bibliographic entries about women artists in history, etc.

68. Women and the History of Quindaro Women and the History of Quindaro March 22, 2005 Short look at the roles played by Lucy B. Armstrong, Nancy Quindaro Brown, and Clarina Nichols, as well as the women active today in preserving the ruins of Quindaro. Clarina Nichols, called the ''Forgotten...

69. Women and Politics Women and Politics 1921 Folder contains a hand written list of women's names under the heading of "Kansas City". The vertical file heading indicates that these women were involved in politics in some way.

70. Women and Man Standing By Stagecoach Women and Man Standing By Stagecoach July 5, 1915 A man and two women identified as Gertrude Heinz, CM [Clyde Metcalfe] & JM [Jess Metcalfe] standing next to a stagecoach at the Sells Floto Circus grounds. Circus tents are visible in background.

71. Women and Man On Steps Women and Man On Steps August 22, 1915 Four women and one man identified as Bert and Minnie Jordan, Nell T., Lorren, and Grandma seated on outside steps at home. Excellent view of shoes and hat fashions of the time.

72. Women and Man On Porch Women and Man On Porch August 22, 1915 Four women and one man identified as Bert and Minnie Jordon, Nell T., Lorren, and Grandma posing on a front porch at home.

73. Women and Man In Front of Teepee Women and Man In Front of Teepee July 5, 1915 Gertrude Heinz, and Clyde and Jess Mecalfe in front of a teepee at the Sells Floto Circus grounds in Kansas City, Missouri.

74. Women and Man Holding Anchor Women and Man Holding Anchor July 18, 1915 Two women and one man identified as Clyde M. [CHM], Miss Bremer [Braymer], and Jess. M. posing with an anchor in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo provides excellent view of clothing styles of the day.

75. Women and Gender in Kansas History Women and Gender in Kansas History Summer 2003 This essay on women and gender is the 8th in the magazine's "Review Essay Series". The essay "is to reflect on the different perspectives, concepts, and approaches that have propelled the history of women...

76. Women and Children near Shelter House Women and Children near Shelter House June 13, 1932 Group portrait of unidentified women and children seated on rock wall near Shelter House Number 7.

77. Women and Business Women and Business March 2007 Article profiling businesswomen in Kansas City, including individual profiles of "KCB's 50 + 1 Influential Women" of the Kansas City area.

78. Women Women

79. Woman's Conquest of Business in Kansas City Woman's Conquest of Business in Kansas City December/11/1910 Illustrations and article about various women in business in Kansas City, including the following: Mrs. G. B. Fowler (a realtor), Mrs. Kate Brydges (a department store owner), Mrs. Jennie Sublette (a dairy...

80. Woman's City Club moves to Harris-Kearney House Woman's City Club moves to Harris-Kearney House June 1, 2004 Article describes the origins and history of the Kansas City Woman's City Club. Founded in 1917 by Mrs. James Coburn, the Club engages in civic, charitable and educational activities, focusing particularly...