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21. A Grand Canyon A Grand Canyon Review of Canyon Café.

22. Local Historical Societies in Missouri: Kansas City Historical Society Local Historical Societies in Missouri: Kansas City Historical Society Description of the "Kansas City Historical Society," organized in "1895, under the name of 'The Early Settlers,' of Kansas City and vicinity" and changing the name in 1897 to the "Early Settlers and Historical...

23. Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Portraits and biographical sketches of George Sedgweick and his wife Nannie Sedgewick of Kansas City. Description of George as being born in Massachusetts in 1823 and coming to Kansas City in 1867 as a...

24. Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Photo and bio of Charles Simpson, a realtor born in Lawrence, Kansas in 1865 and coming to Kansas City in around 1890 with residence at 4525 Walnut Street.

25. Local Jewish History Local Jewish History Entire issue related to local Jewish history and history of the Kansas City Jewish Chronicle, since 1920.

26. Imperial Kansas City 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources One paragraph about the jewelry business of Charles Lasky established at 1027 Main Street about 1886.

27. Kansas City Athletic Club Building Kansas City Athletic Club Building

28. Frederick Bannister Frederick Bannister Illustrated caricature of Frederick Bannister, the secretary and treasurer of the Long-Bell Lumber Company.

29. Frank Dickinson Residence Frank Dickinson Residence Photos of the interior and exterior of the Frank Dickinson residence at 124 West 53rd Street, designed by architects Root & Siemens.

30. From Flood Could Come KC-Katy From Flood Could Come KC-Katy The diasaster of the failure of the Taum Sauk reservoir wall on December 14 may lead to the develpoment of a portion of the missing 225-mile Katy Trail from St. Louis to Kansas City.

31. Frederick W. Tamblyn Frederick W. Tamblyn Obituary for Frederick William Tamblyn, or Frederick Tamblyn, founder of a penmanship school and testifier as a handwriting expert in trials, dying in 1947.

32. Killed by Rebels: A Civil War Massacre and Its Aftermath Killed by Rebels: A Civil War Massacre and Its Aftermath A massacre occurred along the Lafayette-Saline County line in west central Missouri on October, 1864, between German Missourians and the William C. Quantrill gang led by George Todd and David Poole. Author...

33. Lake Winnebago Retirement Home Lake Winnebago Retirement Home File contains a pamphlet with photos, illustrations, map, and information on the Lake Winnebago South retirement home in eastern Jackson County near Lee's Summit, Missouri.

34. Frederick Walter Toomey Obituary Frederick Walter Toomey Obituary Obituary for Frederick Walter Toomey, or Frederick Toomey, a school teacher and former catcher for the Kansas City Blues baseball team dying on June 27, 1958.

35. From Shamans to Specialists: A History of Medicine and Health Care in Jackson County Missouri From Shamans to Specialists: A History of Medicine and Health Care in Jackson County Missouri History of health care, mainly hospitals and doctors, in the city, starting with the Indian shamans and discussing the growth of modern medicine and Jackson County hospitals and physicians, increasing...

36. From Slave to World-Class Horseman: Tom Bass From Slave to World-Class Horseman: Tom Bass Book with photos, illustrations, and information on Tom Bass (1859-1934), a black equestrian born near Ashland, Missouri, into slavery and becoming "the nation's preeminent horseman." Briefly a resident...

37. French Connection French Connection Review of Café Provence, 3936 Weset 69th Terrace, Pairie Village

38. A Foreign Trade Zone Is What? A Foreign Trade Zone Is What? Area in the city not part of the national customs territory, thereby encouraging foreign shipping commerce with possibly lower duties on goods.

39. George Keating George Keating Biographical sketch of George Keating, co-founder of "the great agricultural implement firm of Smith & Keating, in Kansas City," born in Canada in 1840 and coming to Kansas City in 1866.

40. Leawood--Growing with Distinction Leawood--Growing with Distinction Special section of the issue on the commercial and residential growth of Leawood, Kansas, including the Hallbrook residential district and Town Center Shopping Center.