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61. Glover a Genuine Celebrity Glover a Genuine Celebrity December 9, 2003 Steve Penn's commentary on Danny Glover's appearance in Kansas City and his visit to Kansas City's Genesis School. Glover's father, James Glover, was a resident of Kansas City and graduated from Lincoln...

62. Guess Who? Guess Who? April 16, 1948 Biographical article about Percy Caruthers, biology teacher at Lincoln High School. Caruthers was born in Mississippi on November 13, 1910 and raised in Kansas City, Kansas. He graduated from the University...

63. Guests at the Hotel Snapp Guests at the Hotel Snapp Vertical file contains a biographical article about Lincoln Johnson, a 60-year-old hat checker at the Hotel Snapp in Excelsior Springs, Missouri with an remarkable memory for hat owners. He was born in...

64. H.O. Cook H.O. Cook ca1940 File contains an invitation worded: "The Faculty of Lincoln High School invites you and your friends to witness a presentation of 'A Man, a Life, an Inspiration' and the Distinguished Service Medal awared...

65. Harlem Renaissance Man Harlem Renaissance Man September 9, 2007 African American artist Aaron Douglas was born in Topeka in 1899 and taught at Lincoln High School in Kansas City at one time. He later became part of the "the early 20th-century explosion of black arts...

66. Harold Ashby, Former KC Jazz Player, Dies At 78 Harold Ashby, Former KC Jazz Player, Dies At 78 June 18, 2003 Newspaper article concerning the death of Harold Ashby, a Kansas City born jazz saxophonist who played with Duke Ellington's orchestra. He grew up in Kansas City attending R.T. Coles School and Lincoln...

67. If You Were Naomi Rosalie Cherot If You Were Naomi Rosalie Cherot February 6, 1948 Vertical file with biographical article about Natalie Cherot, a teacher at Lincoln High School, R.T. Coles School, and Western University. Cherot was a native of Key West, Florida who graduated from the...

68. If You Were Neal Finis Herriford If You Were Neal Finis Herriford December 19, 1947 Vertical file contains a biographical article about Neal Finis Herriford, or Neal Herriford, an English teacher at Lincoln High School in Kansas City. He was born in Chillicothe, Missouri, in about 1902...

69. J.P. Martinez Appointed Coordinator for COE Program at Lincoln and Coles J.P. Martinez Appointed Coordinator for COE Program at Lincoln and Coles September 12, 1947 File containing an article and photo about J.P. Martinez, or John Martinez, the new coordinator in "Cooperative, Occupational, Educational (COE) program at Lincoln high school and the R.T. Coles Vocational...

70. Jeremiah Cameron Earns Ph.D. Degree Jeremiah Cameron Earns Ph.D. Degree May 17, 1959 Biographical article about Jeremiah Cameron, "instructor of English at the Lincoln high school." Cameron completed his "Doctor of Philosophy degree in English" from Michigan State University in 1959. He...

71. Jeremiah Cameron Salute is Well-Timed Jeremiah Cameron Salute is Well-Timed May 3, 2007 Local African American educator Jeremiah Cameron is to have park land named after him. Dr. Jeremiah Cameron Park is located at 43rd Street and Broadway. Dr. Cameron, at age 87, plans to be on hand when...

72. John Harwell Speaks for Honors Program John Harwell Speaks for Honors Program April 29, 1966 Vertical file contains article about John Harwell, "son of Lincoln High school principal, Mr. Harry I. Harwell," as the key speaker for "the annual National Honor Society program" at Lincoln High School....

73. Kansas City (Mo.) School District Records Finding Aid Kansas City (Mo.) School District Records Finding Aid 1867-ca1990 This collection contains material transferred from the Kansas City School District to the Kansas City Public Library and the Missouri Valley Special Collections department, primarily in the early to mid...

74. Kansas City Art Commission Award Photographs-Landmarks Commission Finding Aid Kansas City Art Commission Award Photographs-Landmarks Commission Finding Aid 1964-1988 Collection of 122 8' x 10' color photographs documenting the winners of biannual architecture and urban design awards granted by the Kansas City Art Commission from 1964 through 1988. Subjects include...

75. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Lena Rivers Smith, or Lena Smith (1922-1968), "the first black to be employed by a Kansas City television station." Native of Kansas City graduating from Lincoln High School and becoming...

76. KC @ 150--Lasting Legacies: 135 More KC @ 150--Lasting Legacies: 135 More May/21/2000 Biographical sketch of N. Clark Smith (?-1935), "[n]ationally known black musician who composed hundreds of songs, choral works and an African symphony," arriving in Kansas City "as musical director at...

77. Key to City to Yale Professor Key to City to Yale Professor November 4, 1966 Vertical file contains a photo and caption about Richard Goldsby, a "former Kansas Citian and now assistant professor at Yale University." He was a graduate of Lincoln High School and son of the late L.E....

78. Liberty, MO, Liberty High School Liberty, MO, Liberty High School Postcard of Liberty High School, Liberty, MO

79. Lincoln Branch Library Lincoln Branch Library ca1930's-1970's File contains items related to the Lincoln Branch of the Kansas City Public Library, including a history of the branch, and newspaper coverage of the collection's move to the Missouri Valley Room at the...

80. Lincoln High Building Makes National Register of Historic Buildings Lincoln High Building Makes National Register of Historic Buildings January 31-February 6, 2014 Article announces that the Lincoln High School building at 2111 Woodland Avenue has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. A brief history of the school beginning at its establishment...