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100th Anniversary Moment
1914 – 1932
Kansas City 1914
Page 3
Our Beginning
"I am so delighted to
hear you are thinking
of forming a
Junior League in
Kansas City"
Page 5
World War I
Lurannah Harris and the Canteen
Page 7
Lurannah sailing to Europe and
the entire YMCA Junior League
canteen stationed in G...
Junior League Club House
Page 8
Page 9
”The Junior League has now
passed the years of infancy
and inexperience. The Ladies
bountiful of the past,
scatteri...
Community Focus
Page 10
An Early “Flower Power” Project
Page 11
Community Focus
Page 12
Florence Crittenton Home
Florence Crittenton
Home, 1890 Florence Crittenton
Home, 1918
Crittenton Children’s Center,
2013
FLORENCE CRITTENTON HOME
SPOTLIGHT ON THE COMMUNITY
VIDEO
Partnership with Florence Crittenton Home
•1914 - Volunteers began sewing and cooking classes
•1921 to1929 – Took over ful...
Era of Theater
Children’s Theater
Children’s Theater: The Land of Oz
Children’s Theater:
The Patchwork Girl of Oz
Page 20
Children’s Theater: Snow White
Page 22
Children’s Theater
Page 23
Aladdin
1927
Steadfast Tin Soldier
1928
Children’s Theater:
Mother Goose in Review 1931
Page 24
Children’s Theater
Page 25
Martha Belle Aikins Smith
Page 26
The Junior League Follies
Page 27
Page 28
Page 29
1st Follies: Campus Mouser - 1916
Page 30
“The Campus
Mouser is the thing
just now and every
girl who is anyone
at all is ...
Campus Mouser Makes a Splash
Page 31
The Junior League Follies Continue
Page 32
“It is said to
have more pep
and snap than
any amateur
production yet”
Page 33
Follies’ Fashion
Follies in the Roaring Twenties
Page 35
Junior League Follies: 1921 Cast
Page 36
Page 38
Page 39
Mrs. Wingate
Bixby, chairman of
the Junior League
Follies traveled to
New York to confer
with Ned Wayburn
who will...
Page 40
Page 41
JL Horse Show Ball and Cabaret
Follies: Junior League Night Club 1932
Page 43
Page 44
Page 45
Page 46
And now we present
The Junior League
of Kansas City,
Missouri’s
100th Anniversary
Tribute to the
Junior League
Fol...
Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri 100th Anniversary Spotlight 1914-1932
Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri 100th Anniversary Spotlight 1914-1932
Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri 100th Anniversary Spotlight 1914-1932
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Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri 100th Anniversary Spotlight 1914-1932

  1. 1. 100th Anniversary Moment 1914 – 1932
  2. 2. Kansas City 1914
  3. 3. Page 3
  4. 4. Our Beginning "I am so delighted to hear you are thinking of forming a Junior League in Kansas City"
  5. 5. Page 5
  6. 6. World War I
  7. 7. Lurannah Harris and the Canteen Page 7 Lurannah sailing to Europe and the entire YMCA Junior League canteen stationed in Germany.
  8. 8. Junior League Club House Page 8
  9. 9. Page 9 ”The Junior League has now passed the years of infancy and inexperience. The Ladies bountiful of the past, scattering funds as their sympathies guided, have become service women of the present, supervised by trained social workers and building up from this experience and by volunteer and the efficient League of today"
  10. 10. Community Focus Page 10
  11. 11. An Early “Flower Power” Project Page 11
  12. 12. Community Focus Page 12
  13. 13. Florence Crittenton Home Florence Crittenton Home, 1890 Florence Crittenton Home, 1918 Crittenton Children’s Center, 2013
  14. 14. FLORENCE CRITTENTON HOME SPOTLIGHT ON THE COMMUNITY VIDEO
  15. 15. Partnership with Florence Crittenton Home •1914 - Volunteers began sewing and cooking classes •1921 to1929 – Took over full management of Crittenton • Members taught parenting technique classes and staffed the daycare and nursery •1978 – Grant for $50,000 to build a new school Countless hours and over $100,000 to the Florence Crittenton Home/Crittenton Children’s Center Countless mothers, children, and families helped
  16. 16. Era of Theater
  17. 17. Children’s Theater
  18. 18. Children’s Theater: The Land of Oz
  19. 19. Children’s Theater: The Patchwork Girl of Oz Page 20
  20. 20. Children’s Theater: Snow White Page 22
  21. 21. Children’s Theater Page 23 Aladdin 1927 Steadfast Tin Soldier 1928
  22. 22. Children’s Theater: Mother Goose in Review 1931 Page 24
  23. 23. Children’s Theater Page 25
  24. 24. Martha Belle Aikins Smith Page 26
  25. 25. The Junior League Follies Page 27
  26. 26. Page 28
  27. 27. Page 29
  28. 28. 1st Follies: Campus Mouser - 1916 Page 30 “The Campus Mouser is the thing just now and every girl who is anyone at all is in it.”
  29. 29. Campus Mouser Makes a Splash Page 31
  30. 30. The Junior League Follies Continue Page 32 “It is said to have more pep and snap than any amateur production yet”
  31. 31. Page 33
  32. 32. Follies’ Fashion
  33. 33. Follies in the Roaring Twenties Page 35
  34. 34. Junior League Follies: 1921 Cast Page 36
  35. 35. Page 38
  36. 36. Page 39 Mrs. Wingate Bixby, chairman of the Junior League Follies traveled to New York to confer with Ned Wayburn who will direct the “Follies” for the Junior League.
  37. 37. Page 40
  38. 38. Page 41
  39. 39. JL Horse Show Ball and Cabaret
  40. 40. Follies: Junior League Night Club 1932 Page 43
  41. 41. Page 44
  42. 42. Page 45
  43. 43. Page 46 And now we present The Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri’s 100th Anniversary Tribute to the Junior League Follies

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