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181. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community Description of religious "camp-meetings," or revivals, in the Kansas City area in the 1830s-1850s, in such places as "on a farm that is now part of Swope Park."

182. A Pictorial Historian A Pictorial Historian Brief article describing a George Catlin exhibit on loan (from the Smithsonian American Art Museum) to the Museum of the American West in Los Angeles from the Smithsonian Institution from Jun 4-August...

183. Five Famous Missourians Five Famous Missourians Photo and chapter of the book about James Greenwood (1837-1914), superintendent of schools in the Kansas City School District from 1874 to 1913 and teacher and author of many books and articles on educational...

184. Found! Lincoln's Earlier Love Found! Lincoln's Earlier Love Article gives some information on graves located in Elmwood Cemetery. It states that volunteers have found the grave of William F. Davis, the city's first African American police officer, hired in 1874....

185. A Piece of the Local Literary Scene A Piece of the Local Literary Scene Discusses level of local support for and professional mileu of local writers. Includes interviews with authors Robin Wayne Bailey, Nancy Pickard, Lenore Carroll, Robert Stewart, Lynn Michaels, Jill Churchill,...

186. Linwood Boulevard Christian Church, Kansas City, Mo. Linwood Boulevard Christian Church, Kansas City, Mo. Article about the Linwood Boulevard Christian Church in Kansas City, headed by Reverend Burris Jenkins since about 1908, describing its large congregation and activities, operations overseen by Jenkins,...

187. Forty Years Ago Forty Years Ago

188. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town Photo and bio of Louis Ehrlich, president of the Rothenberg & Schloss Cigar Company and fund raiser for cancer-fighting charities. Description of his life and career, raised in Saint Joseph and became...

189. A Pioneer Remembers A Pioneer Remembers Autobiographical article about Edmund Lee, a western freighter born about 1841 in West Virginia as "a cousin of General Robert E. Lee" and moving to Sibley, Missouri, in 1853.

190. A Panoramic View of the "Lost Townships," Part II A Panoramic View of the "Lost Townships," Part II Description of the "Palestine Cemetery, located on the east side of Santa Fe Trail north of 94th Street," in the former township of Holmes Park, on the site of the burned-down church built in 1881.

191. Fourth Estate: Kansas City Fadeout Fourth Estate: Kansas City Fadeout News of the termination of the Kansas City Journal newspaper and a brief review of its history.

192. Fort Scott--There's More Than History in Store Fort Scott--There's More Than History in Store Profile of Fort Scott, Kansas. Fort Scott was established as a frontier peacekeeping post in 1842, and was also the hometown of artist Gordon Parks.

193. A. N. Sadler A. N. Sadler Illustration and ad for A. N. Sadler, "the retiring clothier" at Missouri Avenue and Main Street.

194. A New Life Style in Kansas City A New Life Style in Kansas City Article on new types of housing in the city and suburbs, featuring condominiums, townhouses, and "planned" developments.

195. La Voz de la Gente: Chicano Activist Publications in the Kansas City Area, 1968-1989 La Voz de la Gente: Chicano Activist Publications in the Kansas City Area, 1968-1989 Article about publications dealing with social identity of "chicanos," or Mexican-Americans, regarding workers' rights, language in public education, etc.

196. KC Civic Leader Nathan Stark Dies KC Civic Leader Nathan Stark Dies Article noting the death of former Kansas City civic leader, Nathan Stark. He died November 11, 2002, in Washington, D.C. at age 82. He was a former executive of Hallmark Cards and was chairman of the...

197. A Place of Beauty A Place of Beauty History of Tower Grove Park in Saint Louis, given to the city as a garden park by Englishman Henry Shaw in 1868, with photos and description of its planning and horticulture.

198. A New Image for the Old Cowtown A New Image for the Old Cowtown Description of rural to urban evolution.

199. Hyatt Regency Hotel Skywalk Collapse Hyatt Regency Hotel Skywalk Collapse A collection of photocopied newspaper articles, primarily from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times, detailing the collapse of the skywalk at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. During an evening tea dance...

200. Kaysinger Dam Kaysinger Dam