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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
Country Club Plaza
Unframed print of the Country Club Plaza (12.75 in. x 9.75 in.).
Kansas City Public Library Building at 9th and Locust
Unframed photograph (22.5 x 28.5) of the Kansas City Public Library Main branch at 9th and Locust.
Libraries; Public libraries;
Jim Edd Spencer Linoleum Cut Drawings
Unframed linoleum cut drawings (32) by Kansas City artist Jim Edd Spencer (1905-1944). Some are signed by the artist, in pencil, in the lower right corner and also in author's hand is the title on lower...
Achelous and Hercules
Unframed color print reproduction (44 in. x 14 in.) of Thomas Hart Benton's "Achelous and Hercules" mural. The original 24-foot mural was done in tempura and oil on canvas in 1947. It was purchased in...
Kansas City School District Map
Unframed (30 in. x 33.5 in.) map of the Kansas City School District, January 1971. Includes on the front an index of schools and other district facilities with addresses. The legend includes: elementary...
Maps; Schools; Boundaries;
Ernst Ulmer Print
Unframed (27.5 in. x 36 in.) color print of a painting entitled: "Kansas City, Main & Delaware, circa 1900 by Ernst Ulmer." Area is downtown and is referred to as The Junction. Print is circa 1990 and...
Artists; Prints; Paintings;
Art Deco Poster
Unframed (18.5 in. x 26 in.) color poster on foam board titled: "Kansas City Art Deco, Rediscovering an Era, 1922-1940." Bottom of poster states: "A Benefit For the Historic Kansas City Foundation Art...
American Sash & Door Company
Unframed (18 in. x 26 in.) matted water color of the interior of what appears to be a bank. It contains teller windows but no identification as to bank. Label on back reads: "From American Sash & Door...
Watercolors; Interiors; Banks;
Carl Bodmer Print
Unframed (16.25 in. x 22 in.) color print reproduction (2 copies) of a Carl Bodmer print entitled "The Big Soldier." One print is loose and the other is attached with information concerning the print....
Prints; Indigenous peoples; Artists;
Carl Bodmer Print
Unframed (15.75 in. x 21.25 in.) aquatint engraving of Carl Bodmer painting "Sih-Chida & Mahchsi-Karehde, Mandan Indians (Mandan Indianer, Indiens Mandans)," London, published by Ackermann & Co. 96, Strand,...
Indigenous peoples; Engravings; Prints;
Kansas City: Port of Entry for Foreign Trade
Underground storage sites for businesses' products to save on their transportation costs.
Early African American Religious Leaders In Kansas City
Under the heading of "Religious Leadership" in Chapter 3 is mentioned the following men: Samuel Bacote (Second Baptist); James Hurse (St. Stephen's); T.H. Ewing (Vine Street) and D. A. Holmes (Vine Street)....
Under the column "100 Years Ago, Extracts from the Liberty Tribune, August 27, 1909," is a reprint of the obituary for Darius Gittings, a former Clay County, Missouri, sherriff during the Civil War.
Jim Lane Interview and Physical Description
Under Part Two: ''The Fall Campaign of 1861'' is Letter Twelve written from Camp Brooks, Bolivar, Mo., Oct. 27, 1861. Included in this letter is a Jim Lane interview, Colonel Montgomery interview, Delaware...
Art Gallery for Kansas City
Under Notes and Clippings: "Col. Thomas H. Swope, who a few years ago gave to Kansas City 1,300 acres of land, now known as Swope Park, will early in the year give to the city a magnificent gallery of...
Galleries & museums; Art
A Manual For the Observance of Special Days in Missouri Schools
Under a section in the book entitled Biographical, there is a listing for George Caleb Bingham which includes a brief list of his well known pictures and portraits.
Color of the Class: Desegregating Kansas City Schools
Undated reprint of the four part series on desegregating Kansas City Schools which appeared in the Kansas City Star in the early 1990s. Includes time lines, history of desegregation efforts, plans used...
Bishop Edward Welles, Episcopal Leader, Dies
Undated newspaper obituary for Episcopal Bishop Edward Welles, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri. The article appears to have been clipped from the Kansas City Star or Times. He was 83 at...
Clergy; Episcopal churches;
In Face of Unrest, UMKC's Gilliland Says She'll Resign
UMKC's chancellor, Martha Gilliland, resigns. Six faculty groups had voted to publicly voice a lack of confidence in her leadership. This initiated several weeks of interviews of faculty and students by...
Legends Outlets Goes into Foreclosure, Owes Lender $179M
U.S. Bank filed a lawsuit in May 2012 against the owners of The Legends in district court for back payments. The article discusses the specifics of the suit and states the property might be sold if the...
Business & finance;
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