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101. Living with HisStory Living with HisStory Article describes the former home of Tom Pendergast, at 200 W. 54th Street. The home, also once occupied by KMBC anchorman Larry Moore, was designed by architect Frederick Crosby Gunn.

102. Living with Art and Antiques Living with Art and Antiques Photos and article about the interior decoration of "the Kansas City home [overlooking Loose Park] of Mrs. Kenneth Spencer," widow of the late "industrialist Kenneth Spencer," showing their various antiques...

103. Living with a Fault Living with a Fault Information about the New Madrid, Missouri, earthquake, December 16, 1811, and expectations of another. Includes a diagram of the earth and the fault. Disasters; Earthquakes;

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

105. 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...

106. Living the Plaza Life Living the Plaza Life Article about the suitability of the Plaza to Jewish people accustomed to urban life in a big city.

107. Living the Love: College Basketball Experience Living the Love: College Basketball Experience Article with photos about the College Basketball Experience at the Sprint Center. It also talks about the basketball offices, headquarters, and tournaments that left Kansas City in the 1990s. Basketball;

108. Living the High Life Living the High Life Story about the Board of Trade Building at 10th and Wyandotte that began six years ago providing urban loft living in the city. Today, the building no longer has rental units but luxury condos. Condominiums;

109. Living the Dream Living the Dream Short article about artist Shane Evans and his Dream Studio that was named after the first book, "Olu's Dream," Evans illustrated and wrote. The Dream Studio is at 711 E. 31st St. Artists' studios; Artists; Illustrations;

110. Living Life To Its Fullest Living Life To Its Fullest Feature article on local historian and writer Dory DeAngelo. Growing up in the Northeast area, Dory discovered at an early age she had a love for the theater and acting. Although she never made it big...

111. Living in a Landmark--Price: $76,000 Living in a Landmark--Price: $76,000 Story about the renovation of the Victorian era William Francis Shelley home at 36th and Baltimore Avenues, by attorney Charles C. Shafer III, with photo.

112. Living High on the Dog Living High on the Dog Article about the improved lifestyle of pet dogs.

113. Living High Downtown Living High Downtown What was once the Fidelity National Bank and Trust Building at 9th and Walnut, later a federal office building, officially became Missouri's tallest apartment building recently. Developer Glenn Solomon...

114. Livestock Shows Livestock Shows In 1882 the Kansas City Fat Stock Show Association was formed and was held at Riverview Park. The show dwindled out after 1887. In 1898 the National Hereford Show was held in a tent at the Stock Yards...

115. Livestock Show an Early Attraction Livestock Show an Early Attraction 1908 photograph of the American Royal show with early history.

116. Livestock Industry Livestock Industry Material pertaining to the livestock industry in Kansas City.

117. Livestock Industry Livestock Industry Material pertaining to the livestock industry in Kansas City.

118. Livestock Exchange Building Livestock Exchange Building The new Live Stock Exchange Building at 16th and Genesee is to be finished the last of December (1910). The tenants expect to occupy it January 1 (1911). It cost about $650,000. The present building is...

119. Lives of Love, and Championing Rights Lives of Love, and Championing Rights Obituary for Ken Kerford, a former Tuskegee Airman and husband of Ruth Kerford, a champion of the civil rights movement in Kansas City. The couple's connections to local history are described. Funeral... Civil rights;

120. Live-Work Options Live-Work Options Article describes blossoming of Kansas City as a "culture hub" focusing particularly on visual arts. The Nelson-Atkins, Nerman, and Kemper Museums are profiled as well as public art, galleries and foundations... Art; Commercial art galleries; Galleries & museums;