A small box discovered in the cornerstone of the recently demolished Thacher School in Kansas City was opened and its contents revealed Saturday at the Kansas City Musuem. Kate Warfield, collections specialist at the Kansas City Museum, grimaced as colleague Denise Morrison, director of curatorial services and collections, opened the fragile container.
A small box discovered in the cornerstone of the recently demolished Thacher School in Kansas City was opened and its contents revealed Saturday at the Kansas City Musuem. Kate Warfield, collections specialist at the Kansas City Museum, grimaced as colleague Denise Morrison, director of curatorial services and collections, opened the fragile container. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
A small box discovered in the cornerstone of the recently demolished Thacher School in Kansas City was opened and its contents revealed Saturday at the Kansas City Musuem. Kate Warfield, collections specialist at the Kansas City Museum, grimaced as colleague Denise Morrison, director of curatorial services and collections, opened the fragile container. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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