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41. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. Photo and bio of William Howard, or W. B. Howard, a farmer around Lee's Summit born in Kentucky in 1821 and coming to Jackson County, Missouri, in 1842.

42. A Survey of Historic Sites and Structures in Kansas A Survey of Historic Sites and Structures in Kansas Photos and descriptions of sites designated as historic landmarks by the Kansas State Historical Society in 1956, including several in the Kansas City and surrounding areas (Johnson County, Wyandotte County,...

43. A Summer Roundup Session A Summer Roundup Session Notice for the "annual meeting and tea of the summer roundup chairmen of the Kansas City Council of Parents and Teachers" at the YWCA, involving Mrs. Mary Weeks, "president of the children's bureau and...

44. A School Farm in City: The New East High Has 30 Acres and $10,000 Greenhouse A School Farm in City: The New East High Has 30 Acres and $10,000 Greenhouse Article with photos about the opening of the new East High School at 20th and Van Brunt Boulevards.

45. 'Globe-Trotting' Refrigerators Are Made in K. C. 'Globe-Trotting' Refrigerators Are Made in K. C. Entry for Viking Refrigerators, Incorporated, with the history of the company founded in 1904 by Walter S. Dickey, who also "manufactured miles of clay pipe for the town's water and sewer system and was...

46. A Retired Methodist Minister with Two Score Slaves Transformed into a Plantation 365 Acres North of of A Retired Methodist Minister with Two Score Slaves Transformed into a Plantation 365 Acres North of of Thirty-First Street at Troost, Which He Found a Wilderness Illustrated map and biographical article about Reverend James Porter (1786-1851), a pioneer Methodist minister arriving in Jackson County from Tennessee with his mother in 1829 before settling in Kansas...

47. 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 Daniel Hardin, a farmer born in Kentucky in 1824 and arriving in Jackson County, Missouri, in 1871.

48. Fine Arts Institute: New Home and Faculty Insure Great Cultural Progress Fine Arts Institute: New Home and Faculty Insure Great Cultural Progress Announces the October 1, 1920 "opening of the Fine Arts Institute of Kansas City in the Phil Toll home at Armour and Warwick Boulevards" after having "far outgrown the former quarters" at 1022 McGee Street....

49. 'Humanbeing': Artist Uses Text and Images to Relate the Spirit of American Indian Culture 'Humanbeing': Artist Uses Text and Images to Relate the Spirit of American Indian Culture Photos and biographical article about David Hunt, a 43-year-old art teacher at Shawnee Mission Northwest High School and artist with a warehouse studio next to Lidia's restaurant on Baltimore Avenue, specializing...

50. Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Founded Local Branch 1889 Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Founded Local Branch 1889 Entry describing the Fairbanks, Morse & Company farm implement and machinery maker at 1300 Liberty Street, with such products as conveyors, elevators, and windmills.

51. Facelift Follies Facelift Follies Presents a brief history of the Folly Theater and describes upcoming renovations to the structure.

52. 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 Robert Ingraham, "an eminent lawyer" and "stock dealer" born in Ohio in 1864 and coming to Kansas City about 1883.

53. 1903 Flood 1903 Flood Many stories and pictures of the flood's effects, occupying most of the issue.

54. Factory Showroom Factory Showroom Review of the Cheesecake Factory.

55. A Tale of Two Cities: The Kansas City Riot Could Have Been Averted A Tale of Two Cities: The Kansas City Riot Could Have Been Averted Article pointing out several details in the April 1968 race riots about police department behavior leading to inflammation of the rioting rather than restoring order, including treating all black people...

56. A Thanksgiving Story A Thanksgiving Story Photo of the Milo Lawrence home.

57. 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. F. W. Rathbone, a physician born in West Virginia in 1856 and coming to Kansas City in 1883, with residence at 1015 Prospect Avenue.

58. Fair Housing Law Slowly Maturing into Effective Force Fair Housing Law Slowly Maturing into Effective Force Information about the Fair Housing Act and its repercussions within the community.

59. A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy Forever, but Not to Be Spent A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy Forever, but Not to Be Spent Biographical article about Joseph Schmandt, an 85-year-old collector and donor of rare coins to the Kansas City Museum.

60. A Short Ride On the First Railroad West of the Mississippi A Short Ride On the First Railroad West of the Mississippi Article tells about the establishment of the Independence and Missouri River Railroad Company which built the first railroad in Missouri, starting in 1848. Independence extended its city limits north to...