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181. . ..Presenting Clarence R. Decker: Swing's Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Clarence R. Decker: Swing's Nominee for Man of the Month Biographical article about Clarence Decker, 42-year-old president of the University of Kansas City, starting there at the age of 33 as "the youngest university president in the United States."

182. . ..Presenting Robert L. Mehornay: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Robert L. Mehornay: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Robert Mehornay, 61-year-old president of the Mehornay Furniture Company and former superintendent of the Kansas City School District. Born in Kansas City in 1888 and...

183. 100 Years Ago at Morton: Feds Killed in Battle 100 Years Ago at Morton: Feds Killed in Battle Reference to the Battle of Shaws Shop found in the file.

184. 171 Voters Are Registered from the Fox Hotel 171 Voters Are Registered from the Fox Hotel Illustration of the Fox Hotel and list of voters registered from there.

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

186. '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...

187. 15th Streets 15th Streets

188. 18th & Vine: Kansas City's Most Famous Intersection 18th & Vine: Kansas City's Most Famous Intersection Story of the neighborhood symbolizing "the jazz era that flourished in Kansas City between 1920 and World War II."

189. 'Showboat' Was a King of the Court 'Showboat' Was a King of the Court Article featuring Marland ''Showboat'' Buckner who played basketball with the Colored Ghosts and Harlem Clowns in the 1940s and '50s. Buckner graduated from Lincoln High School in 1945.

190. . ..Presenting J. C. Nichols: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting J. C. Nichols: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Jesse Clyde Nichols, or J. C. Nichols, 67-year-old founder of the Country Club District, Country Club Plaza, J. C. Nichols Company and a nationally prominent urban...

191. Father Donnelly's Buried Treasure Father Donnelly's Buried Treasure Article about the possibility of hidden treasure buried by Father Bernard Donnelly in 1864 at 416 West 12th Street, across from the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, with illustrations and a fictionalized...

192. 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...

193. Final Rites in KCK for Rev. Benedict Justice Final Rites in KCK for Rev. Benedict Justice Vertical file containing a photo and obituary for Reverend Benedict Justice, "36, superior and pastor at Our Lady of Perpetual Help church, Kansas City, Kas." He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1930 and...

194. Father John Hartigan Father John Hartigan Obituary for Father John Hartigan, a minister.

195. A Condemned Man A Condemned Man Article describes the offer of Kansas City, Missouri to compensate Paul Thomas, owner of the Justrite Stamp Company for his property at 1301 Grand. The author reports that the city has offered Justrite...

196. 'Modern Man' 'Modern Man' Profile and interview with Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Stonestreet. Stonestreet is a native of Kansas City, Kansas and attended Kansas State University. He credits growing up in the Midwest as inspiring...

197. 1886 Tornado 1886 Tornado Information on the destructive tornado of May 11, 1886.

198. 105 Years of Opera 105 Years of Opera Review of Kansas City opera's "golden age" in the late 1800s, declining later, especially after World War I, from which it "never fully recovered."

199. 107 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird 107 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird Review of photography show at Dirt Gallery.

200. 10th Anniversary, Women Who Matter 10th Anniversary, Women Who Matter Section of this issue of Ingram's entitled "we kc - women executives-kansas city" designed to celebrate the success of KC's most accomplished women executives. Included are 20 women with photos as well...