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181. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas Portrait and biographical sketch of F. W. Rash, a lawyer and Union Civil War veteran of Butler County, Kansas, born in Kentucky in 1843.

182. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Transfer and livery company, 807 and 809 Wyandotte Street, 801 to 809 Amarette Street, 414 and 416 West Tenth Street.

183. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance The "largest horse and mule market in the great West," at 413-415 Wyandotte Street, managed by S. S. Grant.

184. In Memory: Andy Kirk Leaves a Kansas City Legacy In Memory: Andy Kirk Leaves a Kansas City Legacy Obituary for Andy Kirk, legendary big band leader whose band, the Clouds of Joy, arrived in Kansas City in 1929-30 and immediately became rivals of Bennie Moten's band. Kirk died December 11, 1992.

185. Adelbert Haines Adelbert Haines Biographical sketch of Adelbert Haines, or A. S. Haines, "General Produce Commission Merchant, 416 Delaware Street," opening his store in 1868 upon arriving in Kansas City, also running a dairy.

186. J. L. Abernathy Rites J. L. Abernathy Rites Funeral rites notice for James Logan Abernathy, former vice-president of the Abernathy Furniture Company in Leavenworth and Kansas City, dying on March 24, 1962, of an apparent suicide. "Mr. Abernathy...

187. History of the Kansas City Police Department History of the Kansas City Police Department Book filled with photos of police officers and prominent buildings and city scenes, in addition to business advertisements.

188. Governor Signs Downtown and Other Bills Governor Signs Downtown and Other Bills Governor Holden signed the Missouri Downtown Economic Stimulus Act or MoDESA in the old Stuart Hall warehouse building. "The law allows portions of sales and state income taxes that are generated by new...

189. In Search of the Invisible: Locating Performance Art in Kansas City In Search of the Invisible: Locating Performance Art in Kansas City Discusses the availability of performance art and venues for such work.

190. Housing Conditions for African Americans Housing Conditions for African Americans Chapter of book, "Housing" covers housing conditions and "spatial isolation", or "the extent to which blacks lived in neighborhoods that are predominantly black". The author also describes efforts by whites...

191. Homecoming Homecoming Photos and biographical article about President Harry Truman visiting returning to Kansas City from World War II overseas with speeches and appearances in Independence, Municipal Auditorium, and the University...

192. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas Portrait and biographical sketch of Dr. Henry Roby, a homeopathic physician in Shawnee County, Kansas, born in Ohio in 1842.

193. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Photo of "Broadway, looking north from Tenth Street."

194. B. T. Whipple Residence B. T. Whipple Residence Photo of the B. T. Whipple residence at 4538 Warwick Boulevard, designed by architects A. Van Brunt & Company.

195. J. Erle Longmoor J. Erle Longmoor Obituary for J. Erle Longmoor, owner of Longmoor Investment Company, dying at the age of 80 on December 17, 1964.

196. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Peter Clauson Fielding, or Peter Fielding, a construction contractor born in Pennsylvania in 1846 and settling in Kansas City about 1873, "erecting several homes in Kansas City,...

197. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views Photo of 545 Delaware Street location of the bank.

198. For the Public Library For the Public Library Article describing rumors about possible sites for the Downtown library at 14th and Oak Streets or 11th and Baltimore Avenues.

199. Indian Mound Works on Landmarks Designation Indian Mound Works on Landmarks Designation Article about the survey of the residences Indian Mound neighborhood by the Indian Mound Neighborhood Association for purposes of earning landmark designation from the Kansas City Landmarks Commission....

200. 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...