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181. Lipman Meyer Lipman Meyer Description of Lipman Meyer as an early real estate developer (traveling back and forth from Cincinnati) of the town of Wyandotte, Kansas at the age of 27 in 1857. Description of his western mercantile...

182. Lipman Feld Lipman Feld Folder contains information about and articles written by Lipman Feld, a corporate lawyer with his office in Kansas City and author on legal issues, also secretary of the board of trustees of the Congregation...

183. Lions Club Lions Club

184. Lion on the Move Lion on the Move Story centers on the Leon family and the opening of their grocery store on St. John Avenue entitled Super Market y Carneceria Leon. The Hispanic owned businesses of the Northeast area are expanding, especially...

185. Linwood United Offers Opportunities to The 'Hood' Linwood United Offers Opportunities to The 'Hood' Linwood United Church was formed in 1975 by a merger of Southeast Presbyterian, Linwood Presbyterian and Linwood United Methodist Churches. The building, at 3151 Olive Street, was built in 1919 and currently...

186. Linwood United offers opportunities to the "Hood". Linwood United offers opportunities to the "Hood". Linwood United Church was formed in 1975 by a merger of Southeast Presbyterian, Linwood Presbyterian and Linwood United Methodist Churches. Churches

187. Linwood School Linwood School File contains illustration and information on the Linwood School, built in 1880 as a wooden one-room school at Woodland and Linwood Boulevards and being annexed into the Kansas City School District in...

188. Linwood Presbyterian Church Linwood Presbyterian Church

189. Linwood Methodist Church Linwood Methodist Church Photos and information on the Linwood Methodist Church at Olive and Linwood Boulevards in Kansas City, including church programs.

190. Linwood Christian Church Linwood Christian Church "Misfortune struck the congregation November 1, 1939, when its [the Linwood Christian Church's]. ..furnishings were destroyed by fire. Services were moved to the B'nai Jehudah synagogue, Linwood boulevard...

191. Linwood Boulevard Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Missouri Linwood Boulevard Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Missouri Photos and architectural drawings of the Linwood Presbyterian Church at Woodland and Linwood Boulevards.

192. Linwood Boulevard Christian Church, Kansas City, Mo. Linwood Boulevard Christian Church, Kansas City, Mo. Article about the Linwood Boulevard Christian Church in Kansas City, headed by Reverend Burris Jenkins since about 1908, describing its large congregation and activities, operations overseen by Jenkins,...

193. Linwood Boulevard Linwood Boulevard Description with photos and history of Linwood Boulevard, part of the park and boulevard system, from Broadway to Van Brunt Boulevard, 3.43 miles long, acquired in 1899-1925.

194. Linwood Boulevard Linwood Boulevard

195. Linville Recognized by DFS Linville Recognized by DFS Christine Linville, the owner of Frankie's Ice Cream and Deli located at 12th and Benton, is honored by the Division of Family Services for her help with children going into protective custody who need...

196. Linville Hays Linville Hays Biographical sketch of Linville Hays (here spelled Linville Hayes), a farmer in Westport Township of Jackson County starting about 1843. He was born in Callaway County, Missouri, in 1821 and came to Jackson...

197. Linneas Moyer Linneas Moyer Obituary for Linneas Edward Moyer, or Linneas Moyer, former director of the Kansas City Community Chest, dying at the age of 73 on June 21, 1970.

198. Links Heart of America with Pacific Coast Links Heart of America with Pacific Coast Report of the thirteen hour travel time from Kansas City to Los Angeles.

199. Linking the Region Linking the Region Article discusses the importance of mass transit in linking parts of the bistate Kansas City region. It discusses initiatives such as the "Smart Moves" regional transit plan, "Freeway Flyers", and "Rapid... Buses; Mass transit;

200. Link to Civil War Gone: John Hutchinson, 105, Dies in Stroud, Ok. Link to Civil War Gone: John Hutchinson, 105, Dies in Stroud, Ok. Obituary article about John Hutchinson (1846-1951), "Missouri's and Oklahoma's last Civil War veteran of the Union army," dying at the age of 105 on March 19, 1951, a native of Tennessee coming to Missouri...