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21. 39th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 39th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 1958 Unidentified men and women at the podium during the South Central Business Association's 39th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance. Mayor H. Roe Bartle, and L. P. Cookingham and wives are seated on the podium....

22. 40 Years, Mostly of Miracles 40 Years, Mostly of Miracles September 10, 2011 In-depth article about Operation Breakthrough and the two women, Sister Berta Sailer and Sister Corita Bussanmas, that began the child care center in 1971 to provide child care to the poor. The Catholic...

23. 40th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 40th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 1959 Unidentified men and women at the podium during the South Central Business Association's 40th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance.

24. 42nd Annual Inaugural Installation Banquet and Ball 42nd Annual Inaugural Installation Banquet and Ball January 26, 1963 View of one end of the head table at the South Central Business Association event held January 26, 1963 at the Hotel President. Seated on right is Rev. Maurice Van Ackeren, President of Rockhurst College....

25. 85th Troop Carriers Squadron 85th Troop Carriers Squadron June 6, 1950 Interior view of men and women attending 85th Troop Carriers Squadron reunion banquet, Phillips Hotel.

26. A City Divided: The Racial Landscape of Kansas City, 1900-1960 A City Divided: The Racial Landscape of Kansas City, 1900-1960 2002 Section of the chapter which tells about "race men" and "race women" of the 1920s and how they advanced awareness in Kansas City of the existing color lines. Mentioned are L. Amassa Knox, D. A. Holmes,...

27. A Club Founder Dies A Club Founder Dies August/10/1956 Death notice of the founder and first president of the club established in 1917 for women's Downtown meetings and luncheons.

28. A Grand Centennial for a Grand Church A Grand Centennial for a Grand Church February 7, 2012 The Grand Avenue Temple United Methodist Church (205 E. 9th St., southeast corner of 9th Street and Grand Boulevard) was completed February 1912. It is the second church building that the United Methodist...

29. A Hall of Fame Name A Hall of Fame Name June 20, 2007 Charles Gusewelle, Kansas City Star columnist since 1955, will be inducted into the Missouri Press Association Newspaper Hall of Fame. The Association has inducted 93 Missouri newspaper men and women since...

30. A History of Children's Mercy Hospital A History of Children's Mercy Hospital 1961 Story of the founding and growth of Children's Mercy Hospital, at first run only by women such as the founder, Katherine Berry Richardson.

31. A Home District Beautiful A Home District Beautiful February 1921 Photos, architectural drawings, and article about the Country Club District of Kansas City, with details of its beauty and design and history, including an interview with "J. C. Nichols, designer and builder...

32. A. J. Runkle & Co. A. J. Runkle & Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for A. J. Runkle & Co. showing a woman in a feathered hat. Front of card says: “Alice Atherton, uses Warner Bros. Coraline Corsets, Ask for it.” It also is stamped with "A. J. Runkle...

33. A Lady Revealed A Lady Revealed Fall//1998 Article about the secret identities and hidden pasts of former mistresses and real estate women Louise Heorath (born in 1866 as Cora Totty) and Annie Chambers (born in 1843 as Leannah Kearns), around 1900....

34. A Lively Exchange A Lively Exchange November, 2004 Article describes the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Kansas City's Central Exchange at the home of the group's president and CEO (2004), Ellen D'Amato. Article details the decor of D'Amato's Ward...

35. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. Rachel Tenney, a homeopathic physician born in Maine in 1831 and moving to Independence, Missouri and then Kansas City after her husband's death in Lawrence, Kansas.

36. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. Henrietta Tainter, "a physician of the eclectic school in Kansas City." Born in Indiana in 1845 and coming here after the death of her husband in Logan, Kansas.

37. A New Day A New Day "The 41st Symphony Designers' Showhouse Takes Aim at The National Spotlight." Two-page spread explains a new emphasis for the Designers' Showhouse. Karen Mills, a radio show host, interior designer and...

38. A Noted Pastor Tells Why They Don't Go to Church A Noted Pastor Tells Why They Don't Go to Church January 1933 Photo of and article by Reverend Burris Jenkins, which includes factors in church attendance, his own background and mentor Alexander Proctor (a pastor in Independence, Missouri), and other issues in the...

39. A Pillar of the Community A Pillar of the Community January 21, 2009 Guadalupe Centers, Inc., is celebrating 90 years of service to the Latino community and the 30th anniversary of its executive director, Cristobal Medina. Reported to be the oldest Latino organization in...

40. A Positive Power Force A Positive Power Force April 29, 2013 Profile on Inez Kaiser, a Kansas City civil rights activist known for her work in promoting the role of African-American women in business and community service. In the 1950s, Kaiser began her career as...