LaBudde & Marr | Archival Collections - Women & Gender

ALL - CULTURE - GOVERNMENT - HISTORY - HUMANITIES - KANSAS CITY - MEDIA - SCIENCE - URBAN PLANNING - WOMEN & GENDER
MUSIC: KC JAZZ - JAZZ & BIG BAND - R&B, COUNTRY, POP - CLASSICAL & SACRED - MUSIC INDUSTRY/BUSINESS

= Collection has print material (housed in LaBudde Special Collections)    = Collection has audio material (housed in Marr Sound Archives)

Advertising/Promotional Ephemera Collection
Assorted material related to various companies, products, and services, covering subject areas such as food, medicine and domestic life, 1800s-1900s

 

American Association of University Women - Kansas City Collection
Scrapbooks and photographs from the organization's Kansas City chapter, 1909-1985

 

Lucile H. Bluford Collection
Kansas City-based journalist, owner and editor of the Kansas City Call, and crusader of African-American and women's rights, 1911-2003

 

Children's Mercy Hospital Collection
Historical and business records from the Kansas City hospital specializing in children's health care, 1897-

 

Dorothy Green Dreher Collection
Writer, poet and educator from Kansas City, Missouri, 1915-2001

 

GLAMA (Gay & Lesbian Archive of Mid-America) Collections
Initiative to collect, preserve, and make accessible the materials that reflect the histories of the LGBT communities of the Kansas City region

Note: Goes to UMKC/GLAMA website

 

Patricia Huyett Collection
Writer, poet and educator (including at UMKC) from Lenexa, Kansas, 1951-2011

 

MANA de Kansas City Collection
Organizational papers for the local chapter (chartered in 1981) of the national Latina organization founded in 1974 by Mexican-American women in Washington, D.C., 1977-

 

McLean Family Collection
Family documents, including correspondence and diaries, as well as material related to the McLean Band Shop in downtown Kansas City, 1800s-1900s

 

Freda Mendez-Smith Collection
Organization and event material related to Richard Cabot Clinic, MANA de Kansas City, Fiesta Hispaña and Ballet Folklorico, from prominent Latina civic leader in Kansas City, 1980s-2010s

 

Judge Reuben F. Roy Collection
Personal and professional correspondence related to politics, women's rights, the Temperance Movement, education, small town life, and other social and cultural issues; collected by the Missouri Judge, 1863-1922

 

Martha Jane Starr Collection
Kansas City philanthropist and trailblazer in the area of family planning and women’s health issues, with strong ties to the University of Missouri-Kansas City and several of its programs and initiatives, 1906-2011

 

Patricia Stevens Collection
Organizational papers, ephemera and memorabilia related to the longtime Kansas City modeling agency and finishing school, 1940s-2000s

 

Victorian Studio Portrait Photograph Collection
Studio photographic portraits from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s

 

Women's Committee for the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance Collection
Organizational material from philanthropic group promoting the interests of the academic unit, 1941-

 

Helen Xarhis-DePasco Collection
World War II-era material, including correspondence with enlisted brothers, photographs and other associated ephemera belonging to Kansas City-born woman

 

Zine Collection
Multiple collections related to local and national underground/DIY magazine culture, including from Rita Brinkerhoff, Kansas City Zine Collective, Kansas City Zine Con, and Rachel Kauffman, 1970s-2010s

 

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