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81. (Mostly) Pleasurable Work at New Space (Mostly) Pleasurable Work at New Space Review of group show at the Green Door, the gallery's inaugural show.

82. Actors and Actresses Actors and Actresses File contains articles arranged alphabetically about actors and actresses with ties to Kansas City.

83. 100 Years in Kansas City 100 Years in Kansas City Images and article describing the histories of five Kansas City businesses over 100 years old. The article also includes a list of businesses 50 years old or more.

84. ABWA Helps Women Advance from Traditional Work Roles ABWA Helps Women Advance from Traditional Work Roles Discusses the history of the American Business Women's Association, founded in Kansas City, and its current efforts to assist women in business.

85. Famous Monroe Hotel Slated for Demolition Famous Monroe Hotel Slated for Demolition Hotel at 1904 Main Street, possibly to be demolished. Built in 1921 and owned by Pendergast starting in 1924, next door to his office as unofficial boss of the city.

86. First Black Police Officer To Be Honored First Black Police Officer To Be Honored Article says that William F. Davis was Kansas City's first African American police officer. The Kansas City Police Historical Society identified Davis and decided he joined the force when it was founded...

87. 100 Years Ago at Morton: Feds Killed in Battle 100 Years Ago at Morton: Feds Killed in Battle Reference to the Battle of Shaws Shop found in the file.

88. Across Our Wide Missouri: From Clara Bow to Doris Day, Jack Oakie Stole Their Shows Across Our Wide Missouri: From Clara Bow to Doris Day, Jack Oakie Stole Their Shows Photos and biographical article about Jack Oakie (~1904-1978), a movie comedian born in Sedalia, Missouri, as Lewis Offield. Description of his life and career, selling newspapers during high school in...

89. . ..Presenting Roy Roberts: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Roy Roberts: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Biographical article about Roy Roberts, editor of the Kansas City Star newspaper at 18th and Grand Avenues. Born in Muscotah, Kansas in 1887 and raised in Lawrence, Kansas before becoming a reporter for...

90. Address Address Early history of the church and its congregation starting in 1853.

91. . ..Presenting W. E. Bixby: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting W. E. Bixby: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Walter Bixby, or Ed Bixby, president of the Kansas City Life Insurance Company and head of the American Life Convention. Native of Illinois starting out as an oil worker...

92. 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 G. A. Neal, "assistant prosecuting attorney, Kansas City." Born in Louisville in 1856 and moving to Osceola, Missouri in 1881 before coming to Kansas City in 1890 as a lawyer and...

93. 11th Street 11th Street

94. A Short History of the Shawnee Methodist Mission A Short History of the Shawnee Methodist Mission Article about experiences at Methodist Shawnee Indian missions (written by Reverend Joab Spencer, one of its missionaries) of preachers and teachers such as Reverend Thomas Johnson (1802-1865), Reverend...

95. Across Our Wide Missouri: The Tale of Missouri's Trains from Mule Power to MOPAC Across Our Wide Missouri: The Tale of Missouri's Trains from Mule Power to MOPAC History of freight and passenger railroads in Missouri since their beginnings in the 1830s, actually built in the 1850s with the Missouri Pacific Railroad, with photo.

96. 'Last Supper' Finds Home: Sculpture in Image of Famous Painting Comes Back to KC Church 'Last Supper' Finds Home: Sculpture in Image of Famous Painting Comes Back to KC Church News about the new "permanent home at Country Club Christian Church" for the sculpture of "The Last Supper," by sculptor Domenic Zappia, dying in 1964, about two years after finishing the sculpture, "the...

97. 1908 Main Street: A Synonym for Power 1908 Main Street: A Synonym for Power Photos (of the man and his office building) and biographical article about the early life and career of Tom Pendergast (1872-1945), political boss with his headquarters building still standing at 1908...

98. ''Can Basketball Survive Chamberlain?'' ''Can Basketball Survive Chamberlain?'' Article describing Wilt Chamberlain's years in Lawrence, Kansas and his relationship with the University of Kansas. Includes a description of Forrest C. ''Phog'' Allen's recruiting of Chamberlain as a...

99. About Town About Town About Town column.

100. About Town About Town Description of "the celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmid, 4309 Holly street." Description of Otto as a "former assistant [United States] district attorney" practicing...