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61. Famous Majors Home Faces an Uncertain Future Famous Majors Home Faces an Uncertain Future Article includes history of the home and questions about its possible preservation for historical posterity.

62. A Positive Power Force A Positive Power Force Profile on Inez Kaiser, a Kansas City civil rights activist known for her work in promoting the role of African-American women in business and community service. In the 1950s, Kaiser began her career as...

63. A Place with Soul A Place with Soul Review of Soulfish Seafood Grill.

64. A Pioneer Remembers A Pioneer Remembers Autobiographical article about Edmund Lee, a western freighter born about 1841 in West Virginia as "a cousin of General Robert E. Lee" and moving to Sibley, Missouri, in 1853.

65. A Pictorial Historian A Pictorial Historian Brief article describing a George Catlin exhibit on loan (from the Smithsonian American Art Museum) to the Museum of the American West in Los Angeles from the Smithsonian Institution from Jun 4-August...

66. A Panoramic View of the "Lost" Townships A Panoramic View of the "Lost" Townships References and short descriptions of the depopulating effects on Jackson County, Missouri, of Order Number 11 in 1863, especially affecting rural residents, mostly Southern sympathizers at the time.

67. A Page of War History: Hot and Bloody Skirmishes Near Kansas City A Page of War History: Hot and Bloody Skirmishes Near Kansas City Review of the battle scenes and burial sites of Civil War fighting.

68. A New Home: Veterans Group Renovates Former Church on Union Hill A New Home: Veterans Group Renovates Former Church on Union Hill Color photos and text showing the renovation of the former Presbyterian church at 3027 Walnut St. for use by the Vietnam War Veterans. Owned by the Vietnam Veterans Support Foundation and called Union...

69. A Record of Painting's Rebirth at the End of the 20th Century A Record of Painting's Rebirth at the End of the 20th Century Review of group painting show at Jan Weiner Gallery.

70. A Reminder of What Small Towns Can Be: Downtown Clinton, Mo., Is a Model of Reclaimed History A Reminder of What Small Towns Can Be: Downtown Clinton, Mo., Is a Model of Reclaimed History Photos, map, and article about Clinton, Missouri (county seat of Henry County and named for DeWitt Clinton), a town 75 miles southeast of Kansas City "honored as an 'All-American City,' one of 10 cities....

71. A Reporter at Large: The War in Kansas A Reporter at Large: The War in Kansas Extracts from an extensive article about the effects of the Vietnam War in the state of Kansas (written by former Kansas Citian author Calvin Trillin) with descriptions of Kansas City and nearby Lawrence,...

72. A Resurgence on Twelfth Street A Resurgence on Twelfth Street Photo and article about "the Resurgence Plan for the 12th Street Corridor" led by the "Twelfth Street Heritage Development" and involving "[t]he historic apartment buildings lining the west side of the...

73. A Retiring School Leader Is Cited for Long Service A Retiring School Leader Is Cited for Long Service Biographical article about Miss Barbara Henderson, "becoming director of elementary education in 1948" in Kansas City, a native of Wichita, Kansas, starting as a teacher there and coming to Kansas City...

74. A Road That Made History A Road That Made History History and photos of the Boon's Lick Road across Missouri, from Saint Charles (near Saint Louis) to New Franklin, Missouri, surveyed in 1815, started in 1804 by Daniel Morgan Boone and Nathan Boone, and...

75. A Roof over Their Heads A Roof over Their Heads Article about the canvases and related military fabric production done in Kansas City for the war effort.

76. A Rugged Ozarks Resident at 83 Tells Tales of a Pioneer Neighbor's Prowess A Rugged Ozarks Resident at 83 Tells Tales of a Pioneer Neighbor's Prowess Biographical article about Jacob Coonce (1806-1878), a hunter and soldier from Saint Clair County, Missouri, building that region's first cabin in 1831 and moving around 1832 to Jackson County near Brush...

77. Family Heirloom Family Heirloom Article features the Alaskan Fur Company and owners Myron Wang and his daughter Missy Wang Smart. Alaskan Fur Company is one of the oldest fur retailers in Kansas City, enduring through three generations....

78. A Scholarly Lecture: W. Howard Adams Speaks to Friends of UMKC Library on 'Jefferson Our First Architect' A Scholarly Lecture: W. Howard Adams Speaks to Friends of UMKC Library on 'Jefferson Our First Architect' Account of the speech given by W. Howard Adams, former president of the Jackson County Historical Society and national authority on landscape architecture, about the claims of Thomas Jefferson as the nation's...

79. A School That Once Was A School That Once Was Author describes his experiences as a student at Southwest High School, located at 65th and Wornall. Article includes a description of an "unwritten caste system" that existed in the school's first four...

80. A Sensation in Society: Miss Berenice Scarritt and W. E. Royster Marry at Glasgow A Sensation in Society: Miss Berenice Scarritt and W. E. Royster Marry at Glasgow File containing a photocopy of an article about the wedding of Miss Berenice Scarritt to William Royster, "the Kansas City agent of the Mobile & Ohio railroad here." Description of their elopement made...