The Officers of the Society the Society for Suppression of Commercialized Vice's platform against vice and prostitution. The article covers the clean-up efforts taken to counter vice and how law enforcement is cracking down on all law violators. Document contains a reprint of a letter and the text of the Abatement Act. The article concludes with the attempts of the Society to push the Abatement Act into law.
The University School of Christianity presents "The Growth of Unity," an address Lowell Fillmore gave in July, 1923, at the Unity Conference and Healing Revival. Fillmore recounts the hardships he experienced growing and the Christian influence his parents had on him.
Citizens' League Bulletin issue with the main article covering the issue of women serving on juries. Mary Miller, a prominent businesswoman and member of the Woman's Chamber of Commerce of Kansas City, presents her argument in favor of women serving on juries. Other articles cover defending the building of skyscrapers to reduce traffic congestion and automobile smog. There are additional articles about legislative attempts to reduce crime, public vice, authority in government, and current finances of the Kansas City school district.
Photograph of the construction of the second Fidelity National Bank Building at the southeast corner of 9th Street and Walnut Street. This vantage point faces north-northeast from the west side of Walnut between 9th and 10th.
Photograph with full frontal and side view of the Grand Avenue Temple church and office building, located on the southeast corner of 9th Street and Grand Avenue. Advertisements for L.J. Baer & Company are pictured.
Circa 1928 photograph with full frontal and partial side view of the Keith and Perry Building, once located at the southwest corner of Walnut Street and 9th Street. Sign on building says Western Exchange Bank. Christmas decorations seen along street.
Photograph looking east along the south side of 9th between Central and Wyandotte. Yeager Hotel sign in view as well as part of the New England Building and the New York Life Insurance Building down the street.