Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
Search current collection
Browsing page 3 of 1919 with 38380 item(s) in  
 Image: Title: Abstract: Subject:

41. Forty under Forty: Class of 2001 Forty under Forty: Class of 2001 Photos and biographical descriptions of 40 Kansas City executives under the age of 40 successful in business or other institutions.

42. Good Government Association Good Government Association

43. Art Alone Enduring Art Alone Enduring Article about the influences of three women on Midwest art appreciation: Mary Frances Sheldon, Sarah Hannah Joslyn, and Mary McAfee Atkins, the last from Kansas City and instrumental in the founding of...

44. God as Carnegie Theme: Services Are Held God as Carnegie Theme: Services Are Held Notice of the funeral for author Dale Carnegie in Belton, Missouri, his home while growing up.

45. History of the Kansas City Stock Yards. History of the Kansas City Stock Yards. This article provides a brief history of the stock yards from the time of their founding. The editor cites the source as a manuscript compiled from "old timers".

46. Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis Book includes a short history of the Dodson Group located at 92nd Street and State Line Road. It was founded in 1900 by Bruce Dodson and called the Brewer's Exchange. Company offers insurance for businesses....

47. Holiday Inn Downtown Holiday Inn Downtown The Holiday Inn building Downtown is 28 stories in height and 304 feet in elevation.

48. Frank B. Wilcox Home Interiors Frank B. Wilcox Home Interiors Three views of the interior of the Frank B. Wilcox residence located at 3809 Wyandotte Street appeared in The Kansas City World, Photographic Section, October 30, 1898. Photocopies of these images were...

49. Grace Riggs Grace Riggs Obituary for Miss Grace Riggs, former vice-president of the Manual High School, dying in 1973.

50. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Article about the presidential, gubernatorial and senatorial elections, focusing on the importance of the votes of Missouri's pivotal "two big cities--Kansas City and St. Louis," discussing Republican...

51. Home Plates Home Plates Restaurant review of George Brett's, a restaurant opened by George Brett on the Plaza in 2003. The restaurant features Brett memorabilia and is said to be frequented by the legendary Royal.

52. Francis Fristoe Twyman Recalls Battle of Blue Mills Landing Francis Fristoe Twyman Recalls Battle of Blue Mills Landing Account of the Battle of Blue Mills Landing south of Liberty, Missouri, during the Civil War, involving the author's escape from the fighting by ferry boat across the Missouri River.

53. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas Portrait and description of Martin Smith, a Leavenworth insurance agent, Union Civil War veteran, and Kansas state senator born in Prussia, Germany in 1832.

54. Jack Carson and Dick Powell Die: When Carson's Act Folded Here in 1935, Comedian Stayed Two Years as Jack Carson and Dick Powell Die: When Carson's Act Folded Here in 1935, Comedian Stayed Two Years as M. C. at the Tower Theater Obituary article about Jack Carson, a comedian in Kansas City in the 1930s, dying at the age of 52. Photos and description of his career as a comedian in the early 1930s and stint as master of ceremonies...

55. Kansas City-Raised Singer Nicolette Larson Dies at 45 Kansas City-Raised Singer Nicolette Larson Dies at 45 File containing a photo and obituary for Nicolette Larson, "the Kansas City-reared recording artist who lifted Neil Young's pop hit 'Lotta Love' to the top of the charts in the 1970s," dying at the age...

56. Art Work at the American Hereford Association Art Work at the American Hereford Association The entry ''Historical Room'' under ''News from the American Hereford Association, 300 West 11th Street, Kansas City, Missouri,'' discusses the paintings to be hung ''in the historical room of the new...

57. A Hotel Echo of the Past A Hotel Echo of the Past Photo and article about the history of the Empire Court Apartments at 418-424 West 10th Street, built in 1882 as a hotel.

58. Bed and Breakfast Bed and Breakfast Tourist-related review of bed and breakfast inns across Missouri, including Der Klingerbau Inn at Hermann, Missouri, the Miller-Burke House at Moberly, Missouri, and Borgman's Bed & Breakfast at Arrow...

59. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. Biographical sketch of Ambrose Mann, a farmer in Fort Osage Township of Jackson County, born in Kentucky in 1836 and moving here in 1878.

60. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas Portrait and biographical sketch of Charles Shaefer, "merchant and grain-dealer" of Harvey County, Kansas and born in Prussia, Germany in 1842.