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61. A Thrilling Record: Founded on Facts and Observations Obtained during Ten Days' Experience with Col. A Thrilling Record: Founded on Facts and Observations Obtained during Ten Days' Experience with Col. Wm. T. Anderson, the Notorious Guerrilla Chieftain Booklet about the guerrilla warfare activities of William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson, or Bloody Bill Anderson, during the Civil War, including the massacre at Centralia, Missouri, from "the lips of a participant,...

62. 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 Dr. John Punton, a physician born in England in 1854 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1888.

63. Face-Lift on Baltimore Face-Lift on Baltimore The Union Carbide Building and the former Cosby Hotel building (also known as the Lane Blueprint Building), near and at 9th and Baltimore are currently being considered for a $32.2 million redevelopment...

64. 'Little Italy:' Kansas City's North End 'Little Italy:' Kansas City's North End The author in his column reminiscences about that part of the Northeast area known as "Little Italy" named because of the Italian immigrants who settled there. Includes pictures and text of the Badami...

65. Finding Juke Joints in Kansas City in the '50's Finding Juke Joints in Kansas City in the '50's Article recalls the author's experiences in historic Kansas City "juke joints," known for their blues music and barbecue. Mentioned by name are the Jackson Inn at 39th and Jackson (also once known as the...

66. Fall Air Meet to Sell Aviation: Armistice Day Air Meet. .. Fall Air Meet to Sell Aviation: Armistice Day Air Meet. .. Formal celebration of the acquisition of the Kansas City Municipal Airport.

67. A Sorry Free State A Sorry Free State Article describes the past and present of the Quindaro area of Kansas City, Kansas. Quindaro was an anti-slavery town before and during the Civil War, and a crossing place on the Missouri River for runaway...

68. A Visit with Santa A Visit with Santa Appearances of Santa Clauses at the various shopping malls.

69. A Visit in Platte County History A Visit in Platte County History Photo and article about "the second oldest home in Platte County," the "home of Missouri State Representative Meg Harding" in 2001. Built (the original part remaining) in 1837 "by David Johnson" (1814-1887),...

70. A Well Known Business Man Dies Very Suddenly From Heart Disease A Well Known Business Man Dies Very Suddenly From Heart Disease Obituary for local businessman George S. Battell who died March 1, 1902. He was a partner in the business of Zahner and Battell Manufacturing Company. Includes his photograph.

71. A Well-Earned Drink A Well-Earned Drink Captioned photograph of the Mary A. Fraser Memorial Fountain located at the Kansas City Zoo. It was recently restored thanks to students who raised $300 in coins. It was placed on the zoo grounds in 1951....

72. A Reel World: A Glimpse at Film Director Robert Altman A Reel World: A Glimpse at Film Director Robert Altman Biography of Hollywood movie director Robert Altman, a native Kansas Citian, describing his maverick style and career with his latest ("Kansas City," about the local jazz scene in the 1930s) and first...

73. 'Maccabeat!' Musical a Jewish Holiday Alternative 'Maccabeat!' Musical a Jewish Holiday Alternative As part of the first Kansas City Crossroads Musical Theater Festival, Theater League will present a staged reading of Mark Edelman's new musical "Maccabeat!". Edelman is president of the Theater League...

74. A Treasure Hunt Full of Thrills A Treasure Hunt Full of Thrills Article about the Kansas City Museum's educational program.

75. A Voice at Bey A Voice at Bey Biographical article about the life and career of Kansas City jazz chanteuse Queen Bey.

76. A Window of Flint Hills Folklife, Part II A Window of Flint Hills Folklife, Part II Second of a two-part article about diary entries by Elisha Mardin in 1863, in the cattle-centered culture of the Flint Hills in Kansas.

77. A Place to Honor and Remember A Place to Honor and Remember A Korean War Veterans Memorial is to be located on the southwest corner of 119th Street and Lowell Avenue in Overland Park. The groundbreaking ceremonies will be Saturday, April 22, 2006 with U.S. Congressman...

78. A Real Horse Show A Real Horse Show Report about the the next Royal being a beef cattle show exclusively.

79. F. W. Peck Will Filed: Estate Valued at More than $100,000 F. W. Peck Will Filed: Estate Valued at More than $100,000 Notice about the three family heirs of the Frank Peck (a building materials company executive dying in September 1949) estate valued at over $100,000.

80. F. L. Vandegrift Rites F. L. Vandegrift Rites Obituary for Frederick Vandegrift, "former city editor of The Star and veteran Kansas newspaper man," with residence at 3826 Hyde Park Avenue.