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141. 'Old Clay Is Some Punkins' (A History of Clay County) 'Old Clay Is Some Punkins' (A History of Clay County) Short description of Washington Dale, referred to as the oldest Missourian at 109 years old, living in Clay County in 1821 and in Kansas City during the Civil War emancipation.

142. 1936 Election Frauds 1936 Election Frauds Collection of clippings about the 1936 election frauds.

143. Financing Kansas City's Parks Financing Kansas City's Parks Maps, photo, and discussion of acquisition and maintenance of "neighborhood recreation areas."

144. 'Water Plaza' For Bartle 'Water Plaza' For Bartle The City Council agreed to a $1 million city contract for new public art at the Bartle Hall ballroom expansion. A Japanese-American artist named Jun Kaneko was awarded the contract. His concept includes...

145. Fifty Years of Mercy Fifty Years of Mercy Photos and short explanation of the occasion for the memorial tablet presentation.

146. A Narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's Experiences In the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade From 1825 to 1835 A Narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's Experiences In the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade From 1825 to 1835 In a reprint of Robert Campbell's narrative originally written in 1870, is found a short biography of Robert Campbell. Although the narrative itself was written in Campbell's later years, it still contains...

147. A Pioneer in Civil Rights: Esther Brown and the South Park Desegregation Case of 1948 A Pioneer in Civil Rights: Esther Brown and the South Park Desegregation Case of 1948 Comprehensive article about Esther Swirk Brown, or Esther Brown (1917-1970), "a white Jewish woman from Kansas City," describing her late 1940s desegregation efforts, including helping to "combat segregation...

148. 'Philosopher of Soul' Johnnie Taylor Dies 'Philosopher of Soul' Johnnie Taylor Dies File containing a photo and obituary for Johnnie Taylor, "a soul singer whose crossover appeal gave him his biggest hit in the disco era." Born in Arkansas about 1938 and raised in Kansas City before becoming...

149. Finding a Place to Just Fit In Finding a Place to Just Fit In Discusses the efforts of gay university staff and students to enact non-discriminatory practices on the campuses of Kansas City area universities.

150. A Part of Kansas City's History: The University of Health Sciences, 1916-1980 A Part of Kansas City's History: The University of Health Sciences, 1916-1980 Eight-page supplement about the osteopathic medical school and hospital at Independence Blvd. and Woodland Avenue.

151. 'Waiting for Archie:' The Adventures of a Therapy Dog 'Waiting for Archie:' The Adventures of a Therapy Dog A close-up look at Archie, a freckle-faced Brittany, and his role as a Therapy Dog with Kansas City organization Pets for Life that was founded in 1984 by husband and wife team William D. and Harriet M....

152. Bar Association to Mark 50 Years of Integration Bar Association to Mark 50 Years of Integration The Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association will note the 50th anniversary of its integration at its annual meeting to be held December 8, 2005. This group, then called the Kansas City Bar Association,...

153. A New South Side Bank A New South Side Bank At 31st and Main Streets.

154. Finally Getting Noticed Finally Getting Noticed Trading activity at the 150-year-old commodities market, Kansas City Board of Trade, has soared in recent years. A seat at the Board of Trade sold for a record $320,000 in November 2006, twice what a seat...

155. 'She Got the Job Done': Millionaire Hudson Dies 'She Got the Job Done': Millionaire Hudson Dies Biography of Mary Hudson, "a self-made multimillionaire who succeeded in a man's world of oil, land and cattle." Her oil company was established in 1933 at 25th and Broadway Boulevard and grew until Hudson...

156. Filipinos Filipinos

157. 'Wagon Master' Gift of Nichols Family 'Wagon Master' Gift of Nichols Family Short article describing the statue on Ward Parkway near Wornall Road, of a wagon train traveler, donated by the Nichols family.

158. 'Spectacular Homes' with Immediate Move-In Opportunities 'Spectacular Homes' with Immediate Move-In Opportunities Photos and description of Woodland Reserve, voted the 2006 'Community of the Year' by Kansas City Homes and Gardens magazine.

159. Fifty Years Ago Today, the First Ford Branch Opened Here Fifty Years Ago Today, the First Ford Branch Opened Here Photo and article about the first Ford branch assembly and sales branches in the nation (branches from Detroit) being located in Kansas City in 1909, at 318-320 West 11th Street.

160. A Panoramic View of "Lost Townships," Part II A Panoramic View of "Lost Townships," Part II Mention of Hickman Mills, Missouri in the context of early consolidated schools. Ruskin High School just east of Hickman Mills was the first consolidated high school in the county, started in 1902 and...