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41. John A. Brown John A. Brown Photo and bio of John Brown, manager of the Kansas City office of the Equitable Life Insurance Company starting in 1893, moving that year from Saint Louis, originally from Wisconsin.

42. Little Dixie and the Mystic Land of Poosey Little Dixie and the Mystic Land of Poosey Article about the history and characteristics of the geographical area of Missouri known as "Little Dixie," along the Missouri River and the "Land of Poosey," in Grundy County. Description of the area's...

43. Fred Doggett Fred Doggett Photo and bio of Fred Doggett, ''proprietor of the Blossom House, one of Kansas City's oldest hotels,'' born in Chicago in 1856 and arriving in Kansas City in 1878 as a railroad worker, becoming president...

44. Food Prices Food Prices List of typical food prices in 1860 in Harrison County, Missouri, compared to those in 1921 Colorado Springs.

45. Francis Xavier Aubry Francis Xavier Aubry Description of the article written by William Baskerville and Abner Adair in "the Appleton City Journal for Thursday, May 15, 1902," relating a story about Francis Aubry's first trip to California in 1853,...

46. Frederick C. Gunn Frederick C. Gunn Information about Kansas City architect Frederick Gunn (~1863-1959), a native of Atchison, Kansas, coming to Kansas City about 1878 as the son of Major O. B. Gunn, architect of the 1875 railroad bridge...

47. First Voting Machine Election Tuesday First Voting Machine Election Tuesday Short article with diagram of how to use the new voting machine in three steps, for the upcoming school levy election.

48. A Separate Peace A Separate Peace Croatians and Serbs have lived peacefully together for many years in the Strawberry Hill district of Kansas City, Kansas. They share many similarities with differences in religions. The churches draw many...

49. Frank Dickinson Residence Frank Dickinson Residence Photos of the interior and exterior of the Frank Dickinson residence at 124 West 53rd Street, designed by architects Root & Siemens.

50. Former Chair of City Plan Commission Discusses Flaw in the System Former Chair of City Plan Commission Discusses Flaw in the System The outgoing chair of the City Plan Commission provides his insight as to how the Commission and affiliated agencies operate.

51. Frank Woodward Frank Woodward Obituary for Frank Woodward, a longtime realtor dying at the age of 86 in 1972.

52. A Story of the Development of the Parks and Recreation Department Published on the Occasion of Its Diamond A Story of the Development of the Parks and Recreation Department Published on the Occasion of Its Diamond Jubilee: 1892-1967 Listing of the various parks in the city in 1967 with photos, history, and descriptions.

53. A Place to Grab a Bite to Eat A Place to Grab a Bite to Eat Architectural rendering of a grill planned to be constructed on the main level of Union Station by Summer, 2006. The restaurant will feature food and furnishings in the tradition of the orginal Fred Harvey...

54. A Tale of Two Projects: New Planning Processes Change Community Attitudes A Tale of Two Projects: New Planning Processes Change Community Attitudes Introduction to two separate articles showing how two projects in 1998 were stopped as a result of strong community opposition, and the later results when the community became involved in the planning...

55. Katherine Berry Richardson Katherine Berry Richardson Illustration and information on Dr. Katherine Berry Richardson, or Katherine Richardson (1858-1933), an early local woman physician and co-founder of Children's Hospital with her sister with residence...

56. Free Missouri, Part I Free Missouri, Part I First of a two-part series of articles about Missouri history, with the first concentrating on the early exploration and settlement of Missouri Territory by Europeans and dealings with Indians through...

57. ''We Are Not Yet Conquered'' ''We Are Not Yet Conquered'' This book covers the ''history of the Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory'' including the many Cherokee in Missouri, especialy mid-Missouri.

58. Laurel Hill Laurel Hill

59. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Photo and bio of John Thomson, "clerk of the criminal court, elect." Born in Jackson County in 1841 and becoming a farmer after the Civil War and then a grocer on Grand Avenue in 1869 and "deputy constable,...

60. Jerry Simpson's Opponent Jerry Simpson's Opponent Photo and description of Chester Long, "nominated for Congress in the Seventh Kansas City District, now [1892] represented by the sockless curio, Jerry Simpson." Description of Long, born in Pennsylvania...