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1. . ..Presenting Ernest E. Howard: Swing's Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Ernest E. Howard: Swing's Nominee for Man of the Month October//1948 Photo and biographical article about Delos Johns, 49-year-old head of the Emergency School Committee since its formation in 1947 by the Chamber of Commerce. Also a lawyer and "vice president and general...

2. 1967-68 Centennial Year for Kansas City Schools 1967-68 Centennial Year for Kansas City Schools May//1967 Article in this school periodical about the centennial of the Kansas City School District and the Planning Committee for its celebration.

3. A Bakery With Buzz A Bakery With Buzz September 29, 2004 Discussion of the pastry/baking certificate pilot program at Johnson County Community College developed by Doug Flick, associate professor with the hospitality management program and instructor of the...

4. A Brief History of Kansas City Medical Schools A Brief History of Kansas City Medical Schools May 24, 2005 The author wrote this study to help clear up confusion on the part of genealogists and other researchers about the many medical schools in Kansas City. She lists all institutions with "Kansas City" in...

5. A Colorful Career Comes To a Close A Colorful Career Comes To a Close August 16, 2007 Prominent Kansas City sports figure Jerry Green died August 15, 2007, at the age of 77. He was "a flamboyant Kansas City businessman who owned banks and radio stations and tried to buy the Kansas City...

6. A Doctor and a Teacher A Doctor and a Teacher October 17, 2011 Tribute to Charley Norris of Louisburg, Kansas, who died September 1, 2011. Norris developed the head and neck surgery and oncology program at KU Medical Center.

7. A Doctor with a Heart A Doctor with a Heart August 31, 2011 Daniel J. Stechschulte, Sr., “an expert in allergy, immunology and rheumatology, both a scientist and a medical sleuth adept at diagnosing patients with the most puzzling conditions,” died July 14,...

8. A Good Guy Leaving a Tough Job A Good Guy Leaving a Tough Job November/2/1990 Interview with editorial commentary about George Garcia, superintendent of the Kansas City School District from 1987 to about 1990, discussing the scrutiny over the implementation of "a court-ordered desegregation...

9. A Hero In Education A Hero In Education July 2, 2006 Featured obituary for Russell Jones who was first superintendent of the reorganized Park Hill School District, from 1946 to 1969. He died June 26, 2006, at age 93. "He guided the district through two decades...

10. A History of Kansas City, Mo.: Her Business, Population, Natural Resources, and Inducements to Manufactures A History of Kansas City, Mo.: Her Business, Population, Natural Resources, and Inducements to Manufactures and Capitalists //1873 Section of the book includes a description the school system and individual schools starting in 1868.

11. A History of the Kansas City Public Library from 1873 to 1893 A History of the Kansas City Public Library from 1873 to 1893 1893 The Board of Education office moved in December 1874 to the northwest corner of 8th and Main Streets at the Redmond Sage Building.

12. A History of the Kansas City Public Library from 1873 to 1893 A History of the Kansas City Public Library from 1873 to 1893 1893 General history of the library system.

13. A Huge Job in Ceramics A Huge Job in Ceramics May 1951 Photo and article about the "[h]eroic masks of comedy and tragedy, said to be the largest ceramics [sic] pieces ever fired in this country" completed for placement in "the University of Kansas City Playhouse."...

14. A Lesson in The Arts A Lesson in The Arts September 18, 2011 Cover story with pictures tells of the Alcott Arts Center at 180 S. 18th St., Kansas City, Kansas. Named for Louisa May Alcott, the center provides music, theater, and art for children. The nonprofit organization...

15. A Matter of Choice A Matter of Choice September//1991 Article about some positive aspects of magnet schools not offered by private schools.

16. 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 Robert Yeager, a lawyer born in Kentucky in 1843 and coming to Kansas city in 1867 as a lawyer and Confederate veteran, becoming prosecuting attorney, city counselor, and president...

17. A Mural for O'Neil Is Finished by Artist A Mural for O’Neil Is Finished by Artist December 11, 2010 Commissioned by Ollie Gates, “Alexander Austin, a local mural artist, recently completed the image of the late Buck O’Neil and other Kansas City Monarch players for the Buck O’Neil Education and...

18. A New Era for Missouri Children A New Era for Missouri Children April//1945 Article about the "Education Article" of Missouri's new state constitution of 1945, replacing the 1875 version, describing its design for more fairness in politics in general and in education for all children....

19. A New Look for Troost, DeLaSalle A New Look for Troost, DeLaSalle June 8, 2011 The DeLaSalle Education Center broke ground for the addition of a 1,600-square-foot building that will contain a library, early childhood center, experiential learning classrooms, and a new printing shop....

20. A Pioneer in Civil Rights: Esther Brown and the South Park Desegregation Case of 1948 A Pioneer in Civil Rights: Esther Brown and the South Park Desegregation Case of 1948 Winter//1995-1996 Comprehensive article about Esther Swirk Brown, or Esther Brown (1917-1970), "a white Jewish woman from Kansas City," describing her late 1940s desegregation efforts, including helping to "combat segregation...