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1. Your Kansas City and Mine Your Kansas City and Mine 1997 (1959 in first edition) Photo and bio of J. Oliver Morrison, an African American "teacher in the English and Dramatics Department of Lincoln High School." Description of his life and career as a native of Pennsylvania coming...

2. Year Book of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri Year Book of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri 1900 Photo and bio of Colonel Theodore Case (1832-1900), a physician and one of the founding teachers at the Kansas City Medical College. He was born in Georgia in 1832, arrived in Kansas City in 1857, and...

3. Yankee Teacher: The Life of William Torrey Harris Yankee Teacher: The Life of William Torrey Harris 1946 Photo and entire book about William Torrey Harris, or William Harris (1835-1909), a prominent American philosopher living in Saint Louis, describing his life and career, a native New Englander known for...

4. Wright Home Wright Home Unidentified women before the Wright Home, where teachers at Wright School (predecessor of Ashland) boarded.

5. Woodland School Principal Woodland School Principal n.d. Exterior view of children and man identified as P. G. Buckles, principal of Woodland School. Building in background has "Teachers College" over the entrance. Exact location unknown.

6. Women Theater Mentors in Kansas City Women Theater Mentors in Kansas City 2004 "This thesis is an overview of several important women who helped shape Kansas City theatre. Georgia Brown, Lenore Anthony, Cecile Burton, Susan Dinges and Patricia McIlrath laid the groundwork for the...

7. Wolf, Dr. I. J. Wolf, Dr. I. J. March 10, 1905 Biographical sketch of Dr. I. J. Wolf, a physician born in Germany in 1864 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1888 with his parents, becoming "professor of histology and microscopy in the Kansas City Veterinary...

8. Wins PTA Scholarship Wins PTA Scholarship April 27, 1956 Vertical file containing a photo and caption about Mrs. Inez Kaiser, "homemaking instructor at the R.T. Coles Junior high school," named recipient of the Caroline B. Ollman scholarship given by the Missouri...

9. Wilma Robinson Obituary Wilma Robinson Obituary June/26/1973 Obituary for Miss Wilma Robinson, a school teacher in the Kansas City School District for 50 years, dying at the age of 100 in 1973.

10. William T. Harris: A Critical Study of His Educational and Related Philosophical Views William T. Harris: A Critical Study of His Educational and Related Philosophical Views 1924 Photo and entire book about William Torrey Harris, or William Harris (1835-1909), a prominent American philosopher living in Saint Louis, describing his life and career, a native New Englander known for...

11. William Allen White Book Award William Allen White Book Award Photos, illustrations, and information on the William Allen White Children's Book Award established in 1952 at the Kansas State Teachers College in Emporia, Kansas for children's books authors.

12. Will Kansas City Be a Music Center? Will Kansas City Be a Music Center? September//1909 Article arguing for the development of a music school or specialized center, along with description of music instructor Wilson.

13. Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women of the United States Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women of the United States 1909 Biographical sketch of William Torrey Harris, or William Harris (1835-1909), the United States Commissioner of Education from 1889 to 1906 and native of Connecticut, moving to Saint Louis as a teacher...

14. Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women //1964-1965 Biographical sketch of Taylor Starck, an educator born in Independence, Missouri in 1889 and becoming a professor of German language and culture in Europe and at Ivy League colleges, etc.

15. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of John Wilson White, or John White, "candidate for State Senator, in the Fifth District" of Missouri. Born in Ohio in 1856 and moving to Johnson County, Kansas about 1881 as a teacher at...

16. Whittier School Whittier School Postcard of Whittier School

17. Wheatley School Wheatley School n.d. Interior view of unidentified African American students, parents or teachers taking some type of oath. Photograph identified as Wheatley School.

18. What the School May Properly Demand of the Library What the School May Properly Demand of the Library October//1902 Article about the relationship between librarians and teachers in educating children and adolescents, mainly with regard to reading and math.

19. Westport High School Cafeteria Westport High School Cafeteria n.d. Interior view with students and teachers having lunch in the Westport High School cafeteria.

20. Western Seminary Honors Rosa Johnson Western Seminary Honors Rosa Johnson February 22, 1952 Vertical file containing a biographical article about Miss Rosa Johnson, "an instructor at Western [Seminary] for the past 50 years" honored for her service there. The club presenting the honors was known...