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41. Farmers Hotel Farmers Hotel Information about the Farmers Hotel, also known as the Southern Hotel, Planters Hotel, McGee's Hotel, and the Wayside Inn, built by E. Milton McGee at 16th and Grand Avenue in 1856 as part of his McGee's...

42. A New Home: Veterans Group Renovates Former Church on Union Hill A New Home: Veterans Group Renovates Former Church on Union Hill Color photos and text showing the renovation of the former Presbyterian church at 3027 Walnut St. for use by the Vietnam War Veterans. Owned by the Vietnam Veterans Support Foundation and called Union...

43. 'Necklace' is a Jewel 'Necklace' is a Jewel Review of of show at Review Studios, 1708 Campbell, by Lynus Young.

44. Facts about Kansas City Facts about Kansas City General information on Kansas City, including its history and present economy. Many statistics.

45. A Pennsylvania Family Brings Its Barn to Kansas A Pennsylvania Family Brings Its Barn to Kansas Article about the "cultural transplantation" of Pennsylvania barn styles to Kansas, through such families as the Henrys, with several photos and illustrations.

46. 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.

47. Fare Wars Fare Wars Article describing problems associated with renovation of Kansas City International Airport (KCI). The remodelling project began in 1999 and was slated to be completed in 2004.

48. Farewell, Music Exchange Farewell, Music Exchange The popular Music Exchange business located at 4200 Broadway is about to close, probably by December 31, 2005. There are more than a million recordings in the shop. The Music Exchange was formed in 1976...

49. A Pop Concert from a TV Studio A Pop Concert from a TV Studio Description of the first television broadcast of the orchestra, done on three local stations from the WDAF-TV studios.

50. A Place with Soul A Place with Soul Review of Soulfish Seafood Grill.

51. Famous Indians: A Collection of Short Biographies Famous Indians: A Collection of Short Biographies Biography of Wovoka, a leader of western Indian tribes and founder of the Ghost Dance religion in the late 1800s.

52. A Resurgence on Twelfth Street A Resurgence on Twelfth Street Photo and article about "the Resurgence Plan for the 12th Street Corridor" led by the "Twelfth Street Heritage Development" and involving "[t]he historic apartment buildings lining the west side of the...

53. A Rare Find from Fort Osage A Rare Find from Fort Osage Report of archaeological work at Fort Osage undertaken on February 28, 2003, and the results of the finds, including a "piece of eight," a segment of a silver Spanish 8 real. It also includes a brief overview...

54. Farmland Closes Lawrence Plant While Taking Kansas City Subsidies Farmland Closes Lawrence Plant While Taking Kansas City Subsidies Discusses the tax-subsidied headquarters of Farmland Industries in Kansas City and the simultaneous dismissal of Farmland workers in the Lawrence, Kansas plant.

55. A Record of Painting's Rebirth at the End of the 20th Century A Record of Painting's Rebirth at the End of the 20th Century Review of group painting show at Jan Weiner Gallery.

56. A Plea for Negro Children in Kansas City A Plea for Negro Children in Kansas City Discussion of inequalities in hospital service.

57. A Reporter at Large: The War in Kansas A Reporter at Large: The War in Kansas Extracts from an extensive article about the effects of the Vietnam War in the state of Kansas (written by former Kansas Citian author Calvin Trillin) with descriptions of Kansas City and nearby Lawrence,...

58. A Positive Power Force A Positive Power Force Profile on Inez Kaiser, a Kansas City civil rights activist known for her work in promoting the role of African-American women in business and community service. In the 1950s, Kaiser began her career as...

59. 'Home on the Range' to Stay 'Home on the Range' to Stay Photos and article about the composition of the song "Home on the Range" at Smith Center, Kansas, in 1872 by Brewster Higley. Description of the song's origins being forgotten until the 1950s with actions...

60. A Road That Made History A Road That Made History History and photos of the Boon's Lick Road across Missouri, from Saint Charles (near Saint Louis) to New Franklin, Missouri, surveyed in 1815, started in 1804 by Daniel Morgan Boone and Nathan Boone, and...