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121. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Excerpt from the Kansas City Star from April 24, 1927, about the Hoyland Flour Mills Company, "[a] Kansas City corporation" manufacturing "200 cases a day" of wheat breakfast cereal called "Smax" starting...

122. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Clipping of an article (Kansas City Star, January 9, 1927) giving the history of the Rutherford Chili Company canning business, established in 1921 by Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rutherford at 3rd and Grand Avenues...

123. Little Known Industries in Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries in Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Article about the "store fixture" chain store and its growth with its clients' growth.

124. Little Italy--Not a Land of Godfathers Little Italy--Not a Land of Godfathers Story about the evaporation of Little Italy over the years as an easily identifiable neighborhood.

125. Little Italy of the Ozarks Little Italy of the Ozarks Article about the Italian heritage of the towns of Saint James and Rosati, Missouri, with wine gardens and other businesses owned by Italians such as "Castelli, Difiori, Minari, Codemo, Guerra, Tessaro,...

126. Little House in the Ozarks Little House in the Ozarks Article discusses Laura Ingalls Wilder's home in the Ozarks and gives an overview of her life. It has photos of her home in the Ozarks and includes a timeline of her life events and literary works. She...

127. Little Hotels, Big Problem Little Hotels, Big Problem Review of the lack of more than 2,000 hotel rooms within walking distance of the convention center, thus limiting the number of covention Kansas City can host. Some say that the smaller hotels around Barney... Hotels;

128. Little Gomen on the Prairie Little Gomen on the Prairie Review of Martha's Café.

129. Little Faith in Phones: Kansas City Didn't Little Faith in Phones: Kansas City Didn't Article about the beginnings and early history of the telephone system in Kansas City. Firsts; Telephones;

130. Little Dixie Section of Missouri Little Dixie Section of Missouri The seven-county area in mid-state Missouri which falls along the Missouri River is referred to as Little Dixie. Because of the agricultural activity here, slavery was prominent in this area before the... Slavery; Agriculture;

131. Little Dixie and the Mystic Land of Poosey Little Dixie and the Mystic Land of Poosey Article about the history and characteristics of the geographical area of Missouri known as "Little Dixie," along the Missouri River and the "Land of Poosey," in Grundy County. Description of the area's...

132. Little Blue Parkway Little Blue Parkway Review of the development of Little Blue Parkway from I-70 to Highway 24. Includes color photograph with color-coding showing the various building phases. Roads; Construction;

133. Little Blue Baptist Church Little Blue Baptist Church One roll of microfilmed book material on the Little Blue Baptist Church in Jackson County, also called the "Primitive" or "Hardshell" Church, from the date of its constitution until April 1870.

134. Literature: Romancing Carla Literature: Romancing Carla Biographical article about Kansas City author Carla Cassidy, the pen name for "Carla Bracale, a former Chiefs cheerleader and nightclub singer," with photo and description of her polific romance novel...

135. Literary Landmarks: Eugene Field's Little William Allen Literary Landmarks: Eugene Field's Little William Allen Photos, illustrationand biographical article about Saint Joseph political humorist Eugene Field and his satirical criticism of Ohio Senator William Allen (also parodied by Herman Melville in 1849) in 1876...

136. Literary Kansas City: Origins and Beyond Literary Kansas City: Origins and Beyond History of the literature in and about the Kansas City area back to French explorer Etienne de Bourgmont in 1724. Description of numerous explorers (Lewis and Clark, Paul Wilhelm, Francis Parkman, et al.)...

137. Literary Explorer Literary Explorer Feature article about Leawood, Kansas, author Candice Millard and her new book "Destiny of the Republic." Her first book, "The River of Doubt," about Theodore Roosevelt after his presidency, was published... Authors; Books; History;

138. Literary Excellence Honored Literary Excellence Honored Three Kansas City-area writers receive the 2006 William Rockhill Nelson Award for literary excellence: Candice Millard for non-fiction; Whitney Terrell for fiction; and Kevin Prufer for poetry. Awards; Authors;

139. Literary Deposits Literary Deposits Article describes the Kansas City Public Library's relocating to the historic First National Bank Building at 10th and Baltimore. The old, neo-classical section of the First National Bank Building began...

140. Literally a Beehive of Activity under Union Station Literally a Beehive of Activity under Union Station Illustrations and description of the high level of activity at Union Station and its surroundings, including high volumes of mail, including bees and other zoo animals being shipped, railroad cargo, and...