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161. '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...

162. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Photo and biographical sketch of Siegfried Beverforden, a German-American construction contractor with "the firm of Hayes & Beverforden," specializing in church architecture around the country, moving...

163. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Ralph Scofield, a lawyer born in Illinois in 1866 and coming to Kansas City in 1888.

164. Local Authors: Writers Produce for Larger Readership Local Authors: Writers Produce for Larger Readership Photo and description of Dr. Michael Loren, a physician and author of a nonfictional book called "The Road to Virtue: Resolutions for Daily Living."

165. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Photo and bio of William Culbertson, "a distinguished lawyer of Kansas City," born in Rolla, Missouri, in 1874 and arriving in Kansas City in 1898, becoming a corporate attorney.

166. 'The Right Mix' 'The Right Mix' New owner, Highwoods Properties, assures the neighborhood groups that the Brookside Shopping Center will not change..

167. 'World News' Man Very Down to Earth 'World News' Man Very Down to Earth ABC News anchorman, Peter Jennings, visited Liberty, Missouri, gave a speech at the American Royal's Boots, Barbecue and Business Luncheon, and broadcasted ''World News Tonight'' from the Liberty Memorial....

168. Kit Carson, Dick Wootton, and The Dead Mule Kit Carson, Dick Wootton, and The Dead Mule Article summarizing an 1826 incident during Kit Carson's first trip on the Santa Fe Trail in which he mistook a mule for a Native American attacker and shot it.

169. 'Zippy' Pins KC On the Map 'Zippy' Pins KC On the Map Various locations in Kansas City have recently been included in the 'Zippy' cartoon strip that runs in the Kansas City Star. Places included: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary...

170. . ..And Then There Were Two . ..And Then There Were Two History of the Eisele Bakery building in Westport, demolished in 1970 by the Manor Baking Company and leaving "only two of Westport's ante-bellum structures." Description of Andrew Eisele, the founder...

171. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of F. E. Colvin, "manager of the loan department for J. S. Chick & Son, the oldest firm in Kansas City in the real-estate, loan and insurance business," born in Wisconsin in 1879 and...

172. For Historian, the 'Big One' is Still a Big Deal For Historian, the 'Big One' is Still a Big Deal The Liberty Memorial World War I museum is set to open December 2, 2006. The dedication ceremony is outdoors, starting at 11 a.m. with the Fort Leonard Wood Army band playing. Speakers will include the...

173. '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...

174. A Home Apart A Home Apart Photos and text describing a 1950s N. W. Dible built home in Rockhill Manor.

175. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of H. D. Kissenger, a lawyer born in Illinois in 1879 and coming to Kansas City in 1904.

176. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Samuel Scott, Sr. (1849-1905), former real estate developer and postmaster of Kansas City, native to Canada and emigrating here in 1868.

177. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Albert Sigel Marley, or Albert Marley, "senior member of the law firm of Marley & Swearingen." Born in Indiana in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1881 as a railroad ticket officer...

178. Black Jack Oak Is Planted at Lone Jack Black Jack Oak Is Planted at Lone Jack Story of the planting of a black jack tree at the entrance to the Lone Jack Museum, replacing the first black jack tree there for which the town of Lone Jack was named.

179. '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.

180. 'Wheel' Begins to Take Shape as Part of Bartle TV Makeover 'Wheel' Begins to Take Shape as Part of Bartle TV Makeover Article discusses the setting up and preparations necessary for the filming of the television show Wheel of Fortune, to be filmed beginning Friday, April 8, 2004.