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Local History Index (No Images, Only Citations)
Aerial Views (Curtiss Flying Service)
Business Buildings (Henry Green)
Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Orchestra
Eldridge Slides of Kansas City
Guadalupe Center Photographs
Guerrillas and Outlaws
Hargrave Photograph Collection
Journal-Post Photographs (Zeldin)
Photographs (General Collection)
Postcards (Mrs. Sam Ray's)
Music - Dance - Theater
Native American & Western Photograph Collection
Nelly Don Photographs
1951 Kansas City Flood
Nineteenth-Century Kansas City
South Central Business Association
Willis Castle Memorial Photographs
Lifestyles: Kansas City, MO, Homeless Couple Weds after They Met at Soup Kitchen
Photos and article about the wedding of a homeless couple (LaToyya West and Raymond Robinson) at the soup kitchen "at the Grand Avenue Temple United Methodist Church in Kansas City, MO."
Lifestyles of the Rich and Subsidized
Article analyzes the use of property tax abatements to encourage development of Downtown real estate.
Lifestyle: Renovating a Neighborhood
Article discussing architectural renovation of older historic buildings in Midtown neighborhoods for adaptive reuse, with photos.
Lifestyle: A Family Down and Out
Photos and article about the growing number of homeless families in Kansas City and charitable institutions for their aid such as the Salvation Army Emergency Lodge and "a low-income housing project in...
Lifestyle Conveniences, Tax Abatement Provided with Historic Lofts
Advertising article featuring 2029 Wyandotte St. historic four-story building being converted to the Frieght House Lofts.
Lifeless Streets Mar KC Convention Complex
Columnists critiques the new grand ballroom addition to the Kansas City convention complex. The architecture does not connect to the streets around it and the setting is sterile and empty. To the south,...
Life-Long Faith in His Cotton Picker Finally Rewarded John Daniel Rust
File containing an Illustration and biographical article about John Daniel Rust, or John Rust, an inventor of a cotton-picking machine around the time of World War II. Resident of Independence, Missouri...
Several residents of Kansas City whose lives were impacted by the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act are interviewed. The interviewees discuss how the law affected access to jobs, access to housing,...
Laws; Civil rights; Civil rights demonstrations; Discrimination; Segregation
Life, Liberty, & the Pursuit of Credit
Article about "the new Equal Credit Opportunity Act," allowing women to receive the same opportunity for financial credit as men by law.
Life's Treasures on Sale: Sisters Left Home Filled with Memories
File containing a biographical article about the antique furniture auctioned off from the house of the late Ernest Kellerstrauss, a "Kansas City poultry breeder" residing at 309 West 115th Street by his...
Life's About a Dream
Article profiles local author Veda Rogers and her new book "Life's About a Dream." The memoir describes her years operating the Vasser Playhouse in Vasser, KS, with her husband Bruce Rogers. Both Veda...
Life's a Beach
Article describing the benefits of living in Lake Quivira, a community and incorporated town in northwest Johnson County, Kansas.
Life without Wal-Mart
Article profiling the Kansas City advertising agency Bernstein-Rein, and the impact on the company of its ceasing to be Wal-Mart's main ad firm at the end of 2006. Includes a history of Bernstein-Rein...
Life with Del
Biographical article about Debbie Dunmire and then ex-husband Del Dunmire, millionaire entrepreneurs in real estate and other investments in the Kansas City and other urban areas around the country, including...
Life with Cy Rice
File containing a biographical article about Cy Rice, "co-author of Carlotta Monti's [a movie actress and former mistress of W. C. Fields] memoirs, 'W. C. Fields and Me'."
Life Under the Eighth Street Viaduct
Article describes the merchants, con-artists ("fakers") and inhabitants who resided under the 8th Street Viaduct (Main and Delaware Streets) in the early-1900s. The article discusses Clyde Brion Davis's...
Life Sciences Research Begins to take Center Stage as Focus on Tech Declines
Leaders of technology companies decry the emphasis of civic leaders on attracting life sciences economic development rather than high-tech.
Life Sciences Institute Names a New Leader
The Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute named Dan Getman as their new leader. Getman is the former vice president of Pfizer Global Research and Development in Saint Louis and plans to take charge...
Life Sciences "Corridor" Stretches Across Heartland
Article describes the history and development of Kansas City as a center for research in the human health, plant, and animal research. The Stowers Institute for Medical Research has a $2 billion endowment...
Life on the Missouri's Banks in the Shadow of Kansas City
Article describing the Missouri River-side neighborhood of Harlem in North Kansas City and its "unfamiliar world" between the Hannibal and A. S. B. Bridges, composed of boatmen, unemployed, fishermen in...
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