African American women -- Kansas -- Wichita
Found in 3 Records:
The Cynthia Reed papers are those of a longtime Wichita, Kansas resident who worked as a beautician in that city.
Doris Kerr Larkins, of Wichita, Kansas, was the co-founder of the First National Black Historical Society of Kansas (now the Kansas African American Museum, Inc.), as well as a home health aide.
The Myrtle L. Triplett papers are those of a long time Wichita, Kansas resident who was extremely active in that city's Holy Savior Catholic Church, particularly the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of St. Peter Claver.