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141. . ..Jean Laffite and Joseph Robidoux . ..Jean Laffite and Joseph Robidoux Portraits and biographical article about the correspondence starting in 1818 between Joseph Robidoux (a Saint Louis businessman and founder of Saint Joseph, Missouri of French descent) and Jean Laffite...

142. 25 Year Member Retires 25 Year Member Retires File containing a newsletter article with a review of Merrill Toms's career as a librarian and administrator upon his retirement in 1994.

143. 'Went at Night to Hear Hon. Abe Lincoln Make a Speech': Daniel Mulford Valentine's 1859 Diary 'Went at Night to Hear Hon. Abe Lincoln Make a Speech': Daniel Mulford Valentine's 1859 Diary In the diary of Kansan Daniel M. Valentine can be found his personal references to attending Abraham Lincoln's appearances in Kansas in 1859, just before the 1860 presidential election. The diary can be...

144. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. Biographical sketch of William Hudspeth, a farmer and livestock raiser born in Fort Osage Township of Jackson County, Missouri, in 1844.

145. 40-Year-Old Skyscraper Goes On the Market in KC 40-Year-Old Skyscraper Goes On the Market in KC The Commerce Tower is for sale. The 30-story building downtown is 40 years old and has 540,000 square feet. It is currently owned by Tower Properties Co. and no asking price is listed. Current tenants...

146. 40 Years Ago 40 Years Ago Description of early Kansas City settler James Burris Atkins, or James Atkins.

147. First Lady to Visit First Lady to Visit Notice that First Lady Laura Bush will be visiting Kansas City on October 11, 2005. She will be at the J.S. Chick Elementary School at 4101 E. 53rd Street for a roundtable discussion about helping young...

148. 18th & Vine's New, New, New, New Day 18th & Vine's New, New, New, New Day Article describing efforts to develop the 18th & Vine area, including a discussion of retail and restaurant opportunities, as well as residential properties in the neighborhood.

149. 40 Years Ago 40 Years Ago Article about the history of the Tocama apartment hotel.

150. 'Wall to Wall' Classical 'Wall to Wall' Classical In November, a new hi-def classical station will be a "side band or HD-2, as it's called, to KUDL-FM." It will feature continuous classical music, 24/7. To receive, one will have to invest in a hi-def...

151. 40 Years Ago 40 Years Ago

152. 2006 Charlotte Street Foundation Awards Announced 2006 Charlotte Street Foundation Awards Announced Winners of the 2006 Charlotte Street Foundation awards are: Anthony Baab, Deanna Dikeman, Justin Gainan, Aaron Wrinkle.

153. First Congregational Church First Congregational Church The folder contains a dedication services program for the First Congregational Church located at the corner of Admiral and Highland, Kansas City, Mo., and dated December 6-10, 1908. Includes sketch of...

154. 30 Sunny Summers 30 Sunny Summers Short article with several photos about the recreational activities and camps provided for children by the Rotary Club in Kansas City, beginning in 1924.

155. First Synagogue in Wyandotte County First Synagogue in Wyandotte County Article traces the history of the earliest synagogues in Kansas City, Kansas. Includes details of the meeting places and worship of early Jewish immigrants to Kansas City, Kansas, and traces the Congregation...

156. 'Throat' Clearing: Several in KC Suspected Felt was Watergate Source 'Throat' Clearing: Several in KC Suspected Felt was Watergate Source Two articles about W. Mark Felt identified as ''Deep Throat'' of the 1970s Watergate scandal that eventually led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Felt served in Kansas City as the FBI agent...

157. First Store House First Store House The first store house in the old town was built by T. A. Smart, in 1839 on the levee, on the site of which is at present a steam cracker factory.

158. '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.

159. 3605 Gillham to Undergo Complete Restoration 3605 Gillham to Undergo Complete Restoration Article contains news of the sale for restoration of the 3605 Gillham Road house previously designated for a parking lot site.

160. 'Sporting House' History: Opulence to Backroom 'Sporting House' History: Opulence to Backroom Illustrations and biographical article (second in a five-part series) about the history of prostitution in Kansas City back to the 1870s madame Annie Chambers and progressing through the wide-open 1930s...