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21. Former KC Official James Threatt Dies Former KC Official James Threatt Dies Obituary article about the death of Threatt who served 20 years as an assistant city manager. From 1968 to 1972 he was the first ''director of Model Cities in Kansas City, a program designed to address...

22. Flight Canceled Flight Canceled Discusses a meeting at which runway options were discussed for the Richards-Gebaur Airport, recently transformed into an intermodal freight hub for Kansas City Southern Industries.

23. George Barnett George Barnett File contains a booklet on the National Commercial Bank in Liberty with colored pages of the murals there: "Six paintings by noted artist, George Barnett depicting significant events in the history of...

24. Gangbusters Gangbusters Aftermath of Nick Civella's death with short biographies of prominent organized crime members.

25. Gifts to Kansas City Gifts to Kansas City

26. George Battell George Battell Biographical sketch of George Battell (1856-1902), "a partner in the Zahner & Battell Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of metal specialties and stoves" and a hardware store at 940 Main Street, moving...

27. Gambling Halls, Saloons and Bawdy Houses Gambling Halls, Saloons and Bawdy Houses Article provides a brief history of Kansas City's gambling halls, saloons and houses of prostitution. Some of the establishments mentioned include Faro Number Three, Faro Number Twelve Marble Hall, Fortune...

28. Black Dog II: Confederate Veteran from the Osage Nation Black Dog II: Confederate Veteran from the Osage Nation Brief biographical article about Black Dog II (Shonka Sabe), who became the leader of the Black Dog band of Osage Indians upon the death of his father in 1848. The author writes that some Osage bands,...

29. Forgotten Journal Brings Early Day Jurist Alive Forgotten Journal Brings Early Day Jurist Alive Photo and biographical article about Judge Robert Cowan, presiding "over a Special Law and Equity Court in Jackson County from 1873 to 1884," describing his life and career, born in Virginia in 1830 and...

30. Forests for The Future Forests for The Future This video shows how Missouri's forest benefits (wood, water, wildlife, recreation, and wilderness) have to be considered along with the nature of the trees themselves if we are to manage these resources...

31. For Black Visionaries, Site Still Place of Promise For Black Visionaries, Site Still Place of Promise Nicodemus, Kansas is featured in Malcolm Garcia's "Heartland Journal" column. The town of Nicodemus was named after the work song "Wake Nicodemus" and was settled in 1877 by 350 former slaves who came...

32. Kansas City Middle School Desegregation Kansas City Middle School Desegregation File contains two typewritten reports: Comments on the Location of a Middle School and "The Feasibility of Maintaining Integration in the Proposed Middle School".

33. Gillham Park Murders Gillham Park Murders A collection of 70 pages of photocopied newspaper articles detailing the murders of six women and the subsequent investigation of those crimes. Over a seven-month period in 1989 and 1990, six women were...

34. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. Biographical sketch of Dr. J. T. Craig, "supreme medical director of the National Reserve Association, with headquarters at Kansas City," born in Kentucky in 1850 and arriving in Kansas City in 1879, formerly...

35. Garden Party Raises $10,400 for Wornall House Garden Party Raises $10,400 for Wornall House News of additional restoration fund-raising for the Wornall House.

36. For Troubled Boys: New Family, New Life For Troubled Boys: New Family, New Life Photo and biographical article about Curtis Kenyon and his wife Elinor Kenyon, volunteer hosts and counselors for troubled boys at their home at 4940 Westwood Road. Institution known as "The Family" and...

37. For Young Readers For Young Readers Photo and biographical article about Paul Hendrich, an Overland Park author writing about her experiences in a children's summer camp.

38. Ford F-150 Wins Award Ford F-150 Wins Award The prominent automotive magazine Motor Trend selected Ford Motor Co.'s new F-150 pickup as the magainze's 2004 "Truck of the Year." The newly designed F-150, considered Ford's most important vehicle introduction...

39. Foreign Aid Foreign Aid Article about immigrants entering Kansas City and their roles in the labor force, including the Don Bosco Center's role in immigration and job placement.

40. Gift of Roses Leads to Hobby, Trophies Gift of Roses Leads to Hobby, Trophies Story of the Portland Rose Society award-winning rose bushes of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Fabian of 5509 Blue Ridge Boulevard, H. W. being a 72-year-old salesman for a book and office supply company.