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161. Frank Lauder Frank Lauder Notice about Frank Lauder showing his colored slides of the Ozark Hills and rare paintings from the Nelson Gallery at Wilmette, Illinois as well as in Michigan and also slides of Kansas City gardens, before...

162. Frank James Death Certificate Frank James Death Certificate One paragraph about a copy of the death certificate of outlaw Frank James (1843-1915) given to the Friends of the James Farm in Kearney, Missouri.

163. Frank Hilmes Frank Hilmes Obituary for Frank Hilmes, a home builder long identified with the Republican Party, dying at the age of 67 in 1952.

164. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. Biographical sketch of Oscar Dahl, "the efficiant and popular manager of the Kansas City Safe Deposit Company," a Swedish emigrant born in 1849, moving to America in 1873 and to Kansas City in the 1880s,...

165. Kersey Coates: The Man behind Quality Hill Kersey Coates: The Man behind Quality Hill Photo and biographical article about Colonel Kersey Coates (1823-1887) and his residential development Downtown following the Civil War called Quality Hill.

166. Listen to the Big Noise from the Bassman . . . Listen to the Big Noise from the Bassman . . . Homage to Milt Abel, a Kansas City bassist and jazz legend who died February 3, 2006. The author recalls memories of over 45 years of listening to Milt Abel play live in Kansas City.

167. Forty Under Forty (40 Under Forty): Class of 2003 Forty Under Forty (40 Under Forty): Class of 2003 Photos and short biographies of 40 local young leaders age 40 or under. Prominent in business and other areas.

168. Firsts in Kansas City Firsts in Kansas City Several scattered clippings on the microfilm of various types of "firsts" in Kansas City, among them important city establishments, buildings, and people.

169. Fish Story Fish Story Editorial poking fun at Congressman Sam Graves' opposition to a plan to restore some of the Missouri River's natural ebb and flow. Supporters of the plan, including the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,...

170. Fitting Finale Fitting Finale Feature story on the Coda Jazz Fund and the help they provide for funeral arrangements for local jazz musicians who don't have enough of their own money for burial. Features the upcoming 2004 benefit concert...

171. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community Mention of Captain R. H. Cannon as a member of one of the first Methodist Churches in Kansas City on 5th Street.

172. Forty-first Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the School District of Kansas City, Missouri Forty-first Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the School District of Kansas City, Missouri Photo of the "Border Star School, district annexed Sept. 7, 1911."

173. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community Description, mention, and footnote about Reverend John Thompson Peery, or John Peery (commonly referred to as Thompson Peery), "the first pastor of the first Kansas City station [of the Methodist Church],...

174. Fountains, Splash and Spectacle: Water and Design from the Renaissance to the Present Fountains, Splash and Spectacle: Water and Design from the Renaissance to the Present Photos and descriptions of the J. C. Nichols Memorial Fountain on the Country Club Plaza and the Royals Stadium Fountain at the Truman Sports Complex.

175. A Swedish Christmas in Westport A Swedish Christmas in Westport Formerly known as the Swedish Baptist Church at 39th Terrace and Broadway Boulevard, retaining old Swedish traditions.

176. Kaw Point Entries: Historic Lewis and Clark Sites in Wyandotte County Kaw Point Entries: Historic Lewis and Clark Sites in Wyandotte County Review of Kaw Point, Sargeant Ordway's Springs, and the great bend of the Missouri River at the mouth of the Kansas River. The article also discusses the first sighting of buffalo, the court-martial at...

177. A Tough Nut to Crack: Unionization and the Donnelly Garment Company A Tough Nut to Crack: Unionization and the Donnelly Garment Company Article describes attempts by the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) to organize the Donnelly Garment Company in Kansas City. The author argues that the long battle between the company...

178. Kansas City Neighborhood Alliance Works with Neighbors to Build Communities Kansas City Neighborhood Alliance Works with Neighbors to Build Communities Article about the Kansas City Neighborhood Alliance and its efforts to renovate and remodel homes for a higher quality neighborhood. The Alliance primarily works in three area communities: Vineyard, Blue...

179. Kay Dennis Kay Dennis Photos and information on Kay Dennis, a lounge singer in Kansas City leaving for Hollywood in 1971 and returning about 1973.

180. KC Civic Leader Remembered KC Civic Leader Remembered Column discusses the life of Dorothy Johnson "civic leader and journalist and the widow of Herman A. Johnson" who died July 7, 2004 at age 88.