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61. Kansas City Public Library Kansas City Public Library Photos and text about the newly built library at 9th and Locust Streets.

62. Friday Night Fervor Friday Night Fervor A daily sample of activity in the emergency room at Truman Medical Center.

63. From the Archives From the Archives Mention of Annie Ralston as the wife of Frank James and daughter of Samuel Ralston, a native of Scotland emigrating to Jackson County, Missouri.

64. Lee J. Talbott Dies: Son of Former Mayor Had Been Ill a Month Lee J. Talbott Dies: Son of Former Mayor Had Been Ill a Month Obituary for Lee Talbott, "1216 West [63rd Street], for many years Kansas City representative of the National Tile Silo company." Born in Kansas City as the "son of Leander J. Talbott, former mayor [of...

65. 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 Daniel Holmes, "of the firm of Karnes, Holmes & Krathoff, attorneys at law," born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1872.

66. Frankie's Co-Founder Retires Frankie's Co-Founder Retires Frankie's Ice Cream & Deli was named after the late Frank Bataglia and was started in the late 1970s, first as a flower shop and then a restaurant. Christine Linville has run the business for the last...

67. A National Register Update A National Register Update Update of the National Register after the one-year hiatus of the organization, with two residential districts and two buildings.

68. Briarcliff Adds Facets Briarcliff Adds Facets Illustrations and article about Briaricliff, 'long known for executive housing and suburban offices',' starting 'its first retail development.' Briarcliff began in 1989 and will now add a shopping and...

69. Leadership Personafied: Newspaper Boy Wonder Leadership Personafied: Newspaper Boy Wonder Photo and biographical article about Mark Zieman, "the 36-year-old managing editor of the news department" of the Kansas City Star newspaper. Raised in Johnson County, Kansas and becoming a Star reporter...

70. Food Mart Unloaded: Kansas City, Kan., Gives Up, Leases Storm-Provoking Terminal to Private Corporation Food Mart Unloaded: Kansas City, Kan., Gives Up, Leases Storm-Provoking Terminal to Private Corporation for Year Article about the end of the legal dispute between Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, over the Kansas side's municipal "food terminal and its river-rail grain elevator, both located on the...

71. KC Library Checking Out New Sites KC Library Checking Out New Sites Article discussing the most likely sites for the Downtown Branch's future, with the degradation of the present building. Description also of the renovation of the Plaza Branch Library.

72. Foolkiller Theater Group Foolkiller Theater Group

73. Focus/Midwest Recommends: Organize Ghetto Residents to Control Civil Disturbances Focus/Midwest Recommends: Organize Ghetto Residents to Control Civil Disturbances Paper about riot control and prevention methods in the wake of the 1968 race riots.

74. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Photo of the Lambert Wachter Apartments at 1210 Cherry Street.

75. Gaining Access Gaining Access Discusses the Speakers' Corner segment on KCTV-5 in which members of the general public can record their opinions on any topic they choose.

76. Fly Away Home Fly Away Home Article about UMKC's new Center for Business Innovation, " a facility designed to nurture young businesses to maturity by providing affordable rent, shared support services and a network of community professionals...

77. Frank Trask Is Dead Frank Trask Is Dead File containing an obituary for architect Frank Edgar Trask, or Frank Trask, "86 years old, of 7570 Olive street." Native of Axtell, Kansas coming to Kansas City about 1908 as designer of the Grand Avenue...

78. Frank M. Howe Dies of Heart Disease: Was an Architect of International Note Frank M. Howe Dies of Heart Disease: Was an Architect of International Note Portrait and obituary for Frank Howe (1849-1909), a prominent Kansas City architect and native of Massachusetts coming to Kansas City in 1885 and opening an architectural office that year as a partner...

79. Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County Brief descriptions of Pierre Chouteau, Jr., "General Agent for the [Osage] Indians," and his important role in an Indian treaty during the establishment of Fort Osage in 1808 and again in 1812.

80. Fuzzy Memories Fuzzy Memories Review of photography show at Grand Arts.