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61. A Church Leader Dies A Church Leader Dies Photo and obituary for Reverend Clarence Skinner, "71 years old, of the Reorganized Latter Day Saint church at Independence." Native of Iowa coming to Kansas City about 1929 "as bishop of the Kansas City...

62. Frances Willard School Frances Willard School

63. Frank Buebendorf Frank Buebendorf File contains photos and information on Francis Buebendorf, or Frank Buebendorf, a "retired University of Kansas City-Missouri music professor" and former conductor of "the Kansas City String Orchestra...

64. Kansas City: From "Les Etats Unis d'Amerique Kansas City: From "Les Etats Unis d'Amerique Tour of Kansas City by a French journalist and his observation of the city's booming growth at the time and optimistic outlook.

65. Frank Smith Frank Smith Photos and biographical article about Frank Smith, a black jazz pianist growing up in Kansas City and attending "R. T. Cole's Vocational High School."

66. A Bite of History A Bite of History Description of the businesses in the preserved buildings of the Garment or Wholesale District along 8th and Broadway Boulevards, mainly restaurants in the 1990s.

67. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the City Bosses Franklin D. Roosevelt and the City Bosses Chapter of the book about Tom Pendergast, political boss of Kansas City, with comparisons of him to other national urban bosses rising and falling in the Great Depression.

68. Frederick Doggett Frederick Doggett Caricature of Frederick Doggett, manager of the Blossom House hotel.

69. ''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.

70. Frank Peterson Frank Peterson Notice about the funeral services for the late Frank Peterson, a local labor leader dying in 1957.

71. A Central Part of the East Village A Central Part of the East Village J.E. Dunn Construction has unveiled the design for its new downtown headquarters and a revised plan for the East Village redevelopment plan. The five-story building, designed by 360 Architecture and BNIM...

72. Friday Night Fervor Friday Night Fervor A daily sample of activity in the emergency room at Truman Medical Center.

73. From Border War to Civil War: More Letters of Edward and Sarah Fitch, 1855-1863, Part One From Border War to Civil War: More Letters of Edward and Sarah Fitch, 1855-1863, Part One First in a two-part article series. Biographical article about Edward and Sarah Fitch, abolitionists from Massachusetts settling in Kansas Territory, with excerpts of their letters describing the area's...

74. Friends of the Library Friends of the Library Origin of the newsletter name: Kat Brock, assistant editor of the "Northeast News," used her creative talents to produce one of the best Friends newsletters in the state. It was christened the "Friends'...

75. A Brief History of the Six Mile Territory A Brief History of the Six Mile Territory This article was first printed in the Six Mile Baptist Cookbook. It gives the early history of the area, including notes about the Osage Indians, Fort Osage, Sibley, and what took place in the "six-mile"...

76. Friends Fixing Pharis Farm For the Future Friends Fixing Pharis Farm For the Future The Pharis Farm, located in Clay County, 5 miles northeast of Liberty, 20611 Route EE, was established in 1858. It was willed by owner Donald Pharis to the county. In 2002, a decade after his death, Clay...

77. Freedman University (Later Western University) Freedman University (Later Western University) Article detailing the history of Freedman University, founded around 1862 in Quindaro, Kansas for the education of African American children by Presbyterian minister Eben Blatchley. In 1881, the school...

78. Frank Hilmes Frank Hilmes Obituary for Frank Hilmes, a home builder long identified with the Republican Party, dying at the age of 67 in 1952.

79. Four Generations, All Fit to Fly Four Generations, All Fit to Fly Article announces that the TWA Museum has begun an oral history project aimed at documenting the experiences of former Trans World Airlines employees. Jim Stanton, a former pilot, is interviewed and describes...

80. A Photographic History of Kansas A Photographic History of Kansas Photos and article about the collection of photographs of early Kansas at the Kansas State Historical Society, including sites on the Kansas side of the Kansas City area back to the early 1850s.