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1. A High School on Easy Street A High School on Easy Street March 1988 Article describing the advantaged way of life of students at the private high school Pembroke Hill at State Line and Ward Parkway.

2. Barstow School Barstow School

3. Catholic Schools Catholic Schools Information about the following schools and colleges: (1) Lillis High School, (2) Loretto Academy, (3) Notre Dame de Sion, (4) Redemptorist Fathers College and Seminary, (5) Rockhurst College, (6) Saint...

4. Catholic Schools Catholic Schools Photos and information on various Catholic schools in Kansas City's history.

5. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Early history of educational institutions as they related to growth of the city from 1865 to 1870.

6. Education: When Desegregation Backfires Education: When Desegregation Backfires July/31/1989 Photos and article about the continuing failure to desegregate schools in the Kansas City School District, despite attempts with magnet schools, improvement of inner-city public schools, and proposed vouchers...

7. Emory J. Sweeney Residence Emory J. Sweeney Residence June 5, 1905 Story of the Sweeney family's mansion and Emory Sweeney's early radio station, WHB, named supposedly as the acronym for "Who the Hell was the Boss." Description of Sweeney, raised in Kansas City and establishing...

8. Facer School (Free the Children) Facer School (Free the Children) Summer//1975 Article describing the experimental private elementary school called PACER School, at 1200 West 39th Street, stressing "creative problem solving; non-sexist activities, models and expectancies. ..in. ..an...

9. Focus on. ..Loretto Academy Focus on. ..Loretto Academy September-October//1984 Article arguing for the preservation of the former girls' school at 1111 West 39th Street.

10. Frederick W. Tamblyn: Handwriting Expert Was 77 Years Old Frederick W. Tamblyn: Handwriting Expert Was 77 Years Old February/17/1947 Photo (of Tamblyn) and obituary for Frederick William Tamblyn, or Frederick Tamblyn, "77 years old, 2 East [58th Street]," founder of a penmanship school in Kansas City in 1894. Native of Drexel, Missouri...

11. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 1905 Full page ad with photo of the "boarding and day school for girls."

12. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 1905 Full page ad for the private school for girls at 11th and Washington Streets.

13. Horner Institute Horner Institute 1928 Illustrations and ad for the Horner Institute-Kansas City Conservatory of Music at 3000 Troost Avenue "[w]here Madame Shumann-Heink is now teaching her first Master Class."

14. Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy

15. Independent Colleges of Missouri Independent Colleges of Missouri File containing information on private colleges and universities in Missouri.

16. Inspiring Women Inspiring Women circa 2010 Pamphlet about St. Teresa's Academy contains a timeline with photos and drawings chronicling the history of the school from its establishment on August 4, 1866. It also includes information on the current...

17. Kansas City Heritage: School's Stature Undiminished Kansas City Heritage: School's Stature Undiminished July/17/1980 Photo and biographical article about Mrs. A. Ross Hill, founder of "the Pembroke-Country Day School (for boys) and the Sunset Hill School (for girls)," and an early suffragette and progressive educator....

18. Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory //1870 City directory entry.

19. Leaves a Home Post: Nettleton Presidency Given Up by Miss Lucy Bigelow Leaves a Home Post: Nettleton Presidency Given Up by Miss Lucy Bigelow January/10/1950 Article about Lucy Stowe Bigelow and her career in public service, including the establishment of a private school from 1890 to roughly 1938, as well as the presidency of the George H. Nettleton Home for...

20. Loretto Academy Loretto Academy April 6, 1905 History of the academy from 1901 to 1923, located at 35th and Broadway Boulevards.