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141. 15th Streets 15th Streets

142. 1831 Unchronicled Courthouse Familiar [Past Future?] Is Not First Brick Courthouse 1831 Unchronicled Courthouse Familiar [Past Future?] Is Not First Brick Courthouse Investigative report on the "discovery of the existence of an apparently unchronicled early Jackson County Courthouse, built in 1831 on Independence Square, demolished in 1836, and replaced on its foundation...

143. 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 Dr. J. H. Mooney, a gynecological physician "born in Wheeling, West Virginia, August 9, 1851," raised in Liberty, Missouri, and coming to Kansas City in the 1880s. Description also...

144. Anna Belle Cartwright: Trail Scholar and Sculptor Anna Belle Cartwright: Trail Scholar and Sculptor Article describes the life and work of Anna Belle Cartwright, a museum curator, sculptor, and historian who passed away on October 21, 2001. Cartwright was commissioned in 1951 by J.C. Nichols to create...

145. . ..Presenting W. E. Bixby: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting W. E. Bixby: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Walter Bixby, or Ed Bixby, president of the Kansas City Life Insurance Company and head of the American Life Convention. Native of Illinois starting out as an oil worker...

146. 10 Questions with Will Matthews 10 Questions with Will Matthews Photo, interview, and biographical article about Will Matthews, a black jazz guitarist and native of Kansas City winning two Grammy Awards as "a member of the world renowned Count Basie Orchestra" of Kansas...

147. . ..Presenting Herold C. Hunt: Swing's Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Herold C. Hunt: Swing's Nominee for Man of the Month Illustrations and biographical article about Herold Hunt, 45-year-old "president of the American Association of School Administrators" (in Chicago) and former superintendent of the Kansas City School District...

148. Bisceglia Early Community Leader Bisceglia Early Community Leader File contains a biographical article about Dr. J. B. Bisceglia, a founder of "The Messenger," an Italian-American magazine in 1925 in Kansas City and involved in "life-long work as a preacher, communicator...

149. Biography the Basis of History: Charles Robinson Biography the Basis of History: Charles Robinson Biographical article about Dr. Charles Lawrence Robinson, or Charles Robinson (1818-1894), first governor of the state of Kansas from 1861 to 1863, a Kansas state senator in 1873, a physician, and a native...

150. Biographical Sketch of James Limbird Biographical Sketch of James Limbird Biographical sketch of James Limbird, a lawyer born in England in 1843 and emigrating to Missouri in the late 1800s, serving the Union in the Civil War, becoming a Missouri state representative, and moving...

151. Biographical sketch of Dr. William Gordon Biographical sketch of Dr. William Gordon Biographical sketch of Dr. William Gordon, a physician and Missouri state representative from Lexington, Missouri, who was born in Kentucky in 1821 and moved to Missouri in 1852, later serving in the Civil...

152. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) Short architectural biography of Kansas City architect George Mathews (1860-1903), listing his major works, including "the First Christian Science Church, the Burnham-Hanna-Munger Store, and a new factory...

153. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) Short architectural biography of the following Kansas City architects: Adriance Van Brunt (1836-1913), Henry Van Brunt (1832-1903), and John Van Brunt (1855-1924), describing their careers and listing...

154. Art: 'Art Hustler' Champions Talent of Local Artists Art: 'Art Hustler' Champions Talent of Local Artists Biographical article about Myron Brody, arriving in Kansas City in 1976 "as the new director of the Visual Arts Division at Avila College," describing his own sculptures and work in organizing groups of...

155. 1903 Flood 1903 Flood

156. Argentine Dining on the Missouri Argentine Dining on the Missouri Piropos Restaurant in Parkville, Missouri, is one of the few Argentinean restaurants in Missouri. Piropos loosely translated from Spanish means ''poetic compliments.''

157. Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area National Register nomination form, item 69, for the Park Central Hotel at 300-303 East Armour Boulevard.

158. Art Center Will be Named for Kauffmans Art Center Will be Named for Kauffmans The performing arts center planned to be built downtown will officially be named after the Kauffman family who have pledged forty per cent of the cost of the building. The ceremonial groundbreaking is...

159. 1908 Main Street: A Synonym for Power 1908 Main Street: A Synonym for Power Photos (of the man and his office building) and biographical article about the early life and career of Tom Pendergast (1872-1945), political boss with his headquarters building still standing at 1908...

160. 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 Thomas Pemberton, Sr. "of Fort Osage township," Jackson County, Missouri. Born in Georgia in 1827 and moving to Sibley, Missouri about 1850 as a brick manufacturer and farmer.