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141. From the Bottom Up: The Story of the Irish in Kansas City From the Bottom Up: The Story of the Irish in Kansas City Description of the work with the working class by prominent Irish Kansas City lawyer Frank P. Walsh.

142. Grants of Land to People of New Madrid County, Missouri, Who Suffered by Earthquakes Grants of Land to People of New Madrid County, Missouri, Who Suffered by Earthquakes Federal government document from 1824 about the continuing real estate claims by residents of New Madrid County, Missouri, associated with the 1811-1812 earthquakes and subsequent land grants approved...

143. Getting Teed Off in Kansas City Getting Teed Off in Kansas City Review of golf courses in the Swope Park area.

144. Frontier Community: Kansas City to 1870 Frontier Community: Kansas City to 1870 Information about the city charter and the first city administration elections.

145. From Small Beginnings. .. From Small Beginnings. .. Drawing and history of the Country Club Dairy, formed in 1927 at 5633 Troost Avenue.

146. Grandeur of Kansas Plains Impressed Walt Whitman on Trip to West in 1879 Grandeur of Kansas Plains Impressed Walt Whitman on Trip to West in 1879 Portrait and biographical article about Walt Whitman, a nationally prominent poet visiting Kansas in 1879 on a trip to the West, "[a]rriving in Kansas City late in the afternoon of September 13" before...

147. Kansas City Speedway Racing--The Greatest Thrill of All! Kansas City Speedway Racing--The Greatest Thrill of All! Full page ad with a large illustration of the Kansas City Speedway for its grand opening in 1922, headed by general manager E. E. Peake in the Gloyd Building.

148. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town Photo and bio of Fred Goldman, president of the Goldman Jewelry Company, born in Topeka, Kansas, in 1886 and entering his father's jewelry business about 1913, moving the store to 1107 Walnut Street in...

149. Forum on Homelessness Highlights Problems with Housing in Kansas City Forum on Homelessness Highlights Problems with Housing in Kansas City Describes the issues raised during a conference on homelessness in Kansas City.

150. Kansas City Skyline Kansas City Skyline Illustrations of the skyline of Downtown Kansas City.

151. Folly Theater Folly Theater File includes the Nomination form for the National Register for the Folly Theater.

152. Gillham Road Gillham Road Description with photos and history of Gillham Road, part of the park and boulevard system, from Brush Creek Boulevard to 22nd Street, 4.34 miles long, acquired in 1901-1902.

153. Grain Valley, Missouri Grain Valley, Missouri

154. Kansas City Native Takes Art Sense to 'El Dorado': Ann Daly Is Now Head of Animation for DreamWorks Kansas City Native Takes Art Sense to 'El Dorado': Ann Daly Is Now Head of Animation for DreamWorks File containing an article about Kansas City native Ann Daly, the new "head of animation" at DreamWorks Studio, "arguably the only studio capable of challenging Disney's dominance in commercial animation."...

155. Frontier Economic Problems in Missouri, 1815-1828, Part I Frontier Economic Problems in Missouri, 1815-1828, Part I First of a two-part series about economic problems in frontier Missouri during territoryhood and early statehood from 1815 to 1828, dealing with "land, currency, and transportation," and including land...

156. Former KC Councilman Dies at 87 Former KC Councilman Dies at 87 Photo and obituary for Arthur Asel, former Kansas City Council member from 1971 to 1979, dying at the age of 87, with description of his career, including prominent involvement in "the Bartle Hall, Kemper...

157. From Robber Caves to Robber Barons: New South Missouri and the Social Construction of Mark Twain, 1910-1935 From Robber Caves to Robber Barons: New South Missouri and the Social Construction of Mark Twain, 1910-1935 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about author Mark Twain (1835-1910), his upbringing in Hannibal, Missouri in the 1840s, and its influence on his later writings with information on his memorials,...

158. Fort Carondelet and Osage Amour Propre Fort Carondelet and Osage Amour Propre Fort Carondelet was built by the Chouteau Family in 1794 and was situated south of Kansas City in what is now Vernon County, Missouri. The article describes some of the relationships between the French...

159. For Good Measure For Good Measure Review of the installation of a textile show at the H&R Block Artspace.

160. Kansas City Public Library Kansas City Public Library Information on the history of the Kansas City Public Library.