Kansas City in the Jazz Age & Great Depression

1928 Reunion of Central High School Graduating Class of 1878

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Reunion of Central High School graduating class of 1878 with their teacher, Mary Harmon Weeks, held at Newbern Hotel in 1928. Pictured from left to right: Sam Daniels, Kattie Proctor, Robert Shoan, Mary Harmon [Weeks], Lindley Coates, William Dewey, Lulu Butterfield, and John Gilday. Weeks was a leader in the public kindergarten movement and started the first Parent Teacher Association in Missouri. She was also the first president of the Anthenaeum, the oldest active Kansas City women's club, founded in 1894.

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1928
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525 East Armour Boulevard
Kansas City, MO
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KCMA-PC1-23
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KCMA-PC1-23
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