Central Library | Tuesday, Dec. 12 | 6:30 p.m.
In a discussion of his book, David Collins chronicles the legal fight for same-sex marriage rights by two men – one with Missouri ties – in Texas, a state “steeped in Marlboro Man mythology and social conservatism.”
For the second year in a row, the Library has been recognized for its community contributions by Library Journal, earning a 5-Star designation – the highest a public library can receive.
On December 11, 1884, Nelle Nichols Peters was born to a farming family in Niagara, North Dakota. Despite her legacy as one of the most prolific architects in Kansas City during the 1920s, designing nearly 1,000 local buildings, Peters remains a somewhat obscure figure.
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