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  • Elenore Canny was the first female patrolman at Holmes Square Park

    Ann McFerrin, archivist for the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department discussed the history of the Holmes Square Park, which is now where the Kansas City Power & Light has an electrical substation. McFerrin described the efforts of Elenore Canny who became head of the city's first playground and bathhouse at Holmes Square Park as a protector of the kids. Canny was sworn in as the city’s first female “patrolman”, but officially worked for the parks department.

Ann McFerrin, archivist for the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department discussed the history of the Holmes Square Park, which is now where the Kansas City Power & Light has an electrical substation. McFerrin described the efforts of Elenore Canny who became head of the city's first playground and bathhouse at Holmes Square Park as a protector of the kids. Canny was sworn in as the city’s first female “patrolman”, but officially worked for the parks department. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star
Ann McFerrin, archivist for the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department discussed the history of the Holmes Square Park, which is now where the Kansas City Power & Light has an electrical substation. McFerrin described the efforts of Elenore Canny who became head of the city's first playground and bathhouse at Holmes Square Park as a protector of the kids. Canny was sworn in as the city’s first female “patrolman”, but officially worked for the parks department. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star

Elenore Canny fought for children, became Kansas City’s first female ‘patrolman’

October 14, 2016 1:00 PM