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41. Flamini at Beth Allison Flamini at Beth Allison Review of show, Andreas Flamini: Impromptu, at Beth Allison Gallery, November 5 - December 12, 2004.

42. 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 Benjamin Rice, a farmer in Brooking Township of Jackson County and a former Santa Fe freighter of the 1840s-1850s. Born in North Carolina in 1822 and coming here in 1844 before engaging...

43. Fred Zurn Fred Zurn Obituary for Fred Zurn, builder and owner of several Kansas City apartment buildings and supervisor of the construction of over 1000 homes since 1910, dying at the age of 69 in 1957.

44. A 'Final Countdown' A 'Final Countdown' The new Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art will open on June 16, 2007. The addition is a 165,000-square-feet glass and steel structure designed by Steven Holl. The inaugural exhibitions...

45. Florence Griffith Florence Griffith Obituary for Florence Griffith, a teacher for 51 years, dying at the age of 87.

46. 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 Dr. Bennett Clark Hyde, or B. Clark Hyde, "police physician and surgeon, Kansas City, Missouri," born in Cooper County, Missouri, in 1872 and coming to the Kansas City area (William...

47. Freeman Oviatt Freeman Oviatt Photo and bio of Freeman Oviatt, a retail shoe dealer at 1105 Main Street and former railroad contractor, born in Cleveland in 1858 coming to Kansas City in 1895.

48. Former AWG Warehouse Manager says Union "Bent Over Backward" Former AWG Warehouse Manager says Union "Bent Over Backward" Discusses the the events that led to the Teamsters strike against Associated Wholesale Grocers that began on April 1, 2000.

49. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Photo and bio of Jacob Welch, a "brick contractor" since 1874. Born in Ohio about 1833 and coming to Kansas City about 1868 as building contractor (listing his numerous local buildings).

50. 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 Dr. John Punton, a physician born in England in 1854 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1888.

51. Former Kansas Citian Admitted to Mass. Bar Former Kansas Citian Admitted to Mass. Bar Vertical file containing a biographical article about Grover Jackson, Jr., a lawyer in Massachusetts, starting in 1966, and a native Kansas Citian. He was project director in Senator Edward Brooke's "successful...

52. For Two Cancer Survivors, Alliance Is Not Just Business For Two Cancer Survivors, Alliance Is Not Just Business Article reports a partnership between cycling legend Lance Armstrong and American Century Investments, founded by the Stowers family of Kansas City, Missouri. Armstrong will be featured in promotions for...

53. From Ur of the Chaldees--to Old Saint Jo From Ur of the Chaldees--to Old Saint Jo History of the Jewish people from the ancient city of Ur in about 3300 B.C.E. to the present day in Saint Joseph, Missouri, arriving in Saint Joseph in about 1849, with illustrations and photos, including...

54. For Members Only For Members Only Review of Kansas City business clubs like the Kansas City Club (begun in 1882), University Club (founded in 1901), Kansas City's most exclusive and elite club, The River Club with only 260 members and...

55. Flower Parade: Mr. W. A. Wilson's First-Prize Winner Flower Parade: Mr. W. A. Wilson's First-Prize Winner Photo of the winning horses and small float.

56. Fort Osage and George Champlin Sibley Fort Osage and George Champlin Sibley Article about the life of George Sibley, the first "appointed United States factor, or trader at Fort Osage in 1808," including the operation of the fort until 1822 and later events such as the foundation...

57. Forty Thousand Citizens Attend Know-Your-City Show Forty Thousand Citizens Attend Know-Your-City Show Report on a public show presented by the city government to explain its functions.

58. Foster L. Talge Foster L. Talge Obituary for Foster Lisle Talge, or Foster Talge, co-founder of the Rival Manufacturing Company dying at the age of 62 in 1974.

59. Flour Mills of Yesterday and Now Flour Mills of Yesterday and Now Article on the history of Kansas City's mills, including its 1929 flour mill industry.

60. Fort Carondelet Fort Carondelet Short description of the building and maintenance of Fort Carondelet by the Chouteaus for their fur trade.

[Auguste] Chouteau obtained a monopoly of the Osage trade in 1794, and kept it until 1802....