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101. A Retired Jurist Dies A Retired Jurist Dies Obituary for Judge Berryman Henwood, "73, former judge of the Missouri supreme court and one-time Republican leader," serving on the Missouri State Supreme Court from 1930 to 1933.

102. 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...

103. 'Home on the Range' to Stay 'Home on the Range' to Stay Photos and article about the composition of the song "Home on the Range" at Smith Center, Kansas, in 1872 by Brewster Higley. Description of the song's origins being forgotten until the 1950s with actions...

104. A Postcard from Old Kansas City A Postcard from Old Kansas City Photo and text about the postcard and the R.A. Long mansion.

105. A Public Welfare Agency and a Planning Council Working Together A Public Welfare Agency and a Planning Council Working Together Article describing the cooperation between the Jackson County Public Welfare Office and the Council of Social Agencies, "a voluntary association of one hundred agencies," together working on programs for...

106. A Midtown Renaissance A Midtown Renaissance Article about the revitalization of Westport and/or Midtown Kansas City, including business organizations and neighborhood associations reclaiming the area after decades of post-war suburban flight, through...

107. A Principal Remembered A Principal Remembered There are two letters in the "Letters to the Editor" column concerning long time school educator Marietta Hockaday who died October 2, 2004. She was a principal in the Kansas City School District for 50...

108. Liberty: Beauty in a Theater Liberty: Beauty in a Theater Full page ad for the new Liberty Theater at 11th and Main Streets, with illustrations. Name changed after World War II to Roxy Theater.

109. First Telephone Exchange First Telephone Exchange Tthe first telephone exchange opened for business in February 1879 with two operators during the day and one at night. There were 30 subscribers initially.

110. 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 J. M. Scott, a Washington Township farmer born in New York in 1829 and moving to rural Jackson County in 1865.

111. A Political Boss at Bay: Thomas J. Pendergast in Federal Prison, 1939-1940 A Political Boss at Bay: Thomas J. Pendergast in Federal Prison, 1939-1940 Photos, illustrated caricatures, and biographical article about Tom Pendergast (1872-1945) during and after his 1939-1940 federal prison term (at Leavenworth, Kansas) for tax evasion. Description of his...

112. J. I. Case Threshing Machine Building J. I. Case Threshing Machine Building Photo (or illustration) and caption about the ''J. I. Case Building,'' site of "the Motor Show" in Kansas City in 1916.

113. Liberty Memorial Gains Landmark Status Liberty Memorial Gains Landmark Status The Liberty Memorial was designated a national historic landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior on September 21, 2006.

114. 'I Have to Be Both of Us': Roberta Lord Is Completing the Artworks on Which She Collaborated with Her 'I Have to Be Both of Us': Roberta Lord Is Completing the Artworks on Which She Collaborated with Her Late Husband, Dale Eldred Photo and biographical article about Roberta Lord, an engineer and sculptor working on the completion of her late husband Dale Eldred's sculptures, residing next to the Kansas City Art Institute.

115. A Plan to Meet Disaster A Plan to Meet Disaster Article regarding the necessity of trained workers for employment in flood control and relief work over untrained volunteers.

116. Living Well, Aging Well Living Well, Aging Well Review of Gloria Baker Feinstein photography exhibition: L'Chaim L'Chaim, Kansas City Jewish Museum.

117. A Plain M. Claudel: Informality Prevails as the French Ambassador Arrives for Kansas City Visit A Plain M. Claudel: Informality Prevails as the French Ambassador Arrives for Kansas City Visit Article about the visit to Kansas City by Paul Claudel, "French ambassador to the United States," with photos and description of him as "the greatest Catholic poet in the world today."

118. Living the Questions Living the Questions Photos and biographical article about Sue Hubbell, an author of books and newspaper articles discussing "the natural history and her own history of the Ozarks, as well as the rest of the world." Description...

119. 'Kids and Coppers'--Not in Headlines 'Kids and Coppers'--Not in Headlines Article about community policing with respect to young people in bad neighborhoods such as the East Bottoms, employing activity groups like the Boy Scouts.

120. '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...