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61. Health and Politics Health and Politics [R]eport on the recommendations of the 'Health and Hospital Survey' of 1930 for Kansas City, with various information about health care deficiencies and statistics, including "a wing for Negroes" left...

62. ''We Are Not Yet Conquered'' ''We Are Not Yet Conquered'' This book covers the ''history of the Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory'' including the many Cherokee in Missouri, especialy mid-Missouri.

63. ''Upper Room'' and Urban Campus Fill Neighborhood Niche ''Upper Room'' and Urban Campus Fill Neighborhood Niche St. Louis Catholic Church at 60th and Swope Parkway purchased a former Masonic Temple in 1944. The Parish's "Upper Room" provides a variety of educational and recreational opportunities to area youth....

64. 140 Years Ago: The Progress of the War--June 1861 140 Years Ago: The Progress of the War--June 1861 Portraits and description of Union General Nathaniel Lyon and "pro-Confederate Governor" Claiborne Jackson of Missouri clashing at the beginning of the Civil War in June 1861 with Lyon "ke[eping] Missouri...

65. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review Kansas City--An Illustrated Review Entry describing the business of "Benjamin McLean & Company, hides and wool, corner Tenth and Hickory Streets."

66. Help Us Save Old Cowtown and Old Trail Town! Help Us Save Old Cowtown and Old Trail Town! Article reporting efforts to save Old Cowtown, a Wichita, Kansas living history site associated with Wyatt Earp, Billy the Kid, and Bat Masterson. The author writes that many see the location, which includes...

67. He Gave His Heart to San Francisco He Gave His Heart to San Francisco Article describes Kansan Frederick Funston's involvement in the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18, 1906. At the time of the earthquake, Funston was the highest ranking military officer in San Francisco,...

68. Guns and the Gospel Guns and the Gospel Article describing the history of Beecher Bible and Rifle Church, established in 1862 in the community of Wabaunsee, Kansas. In March 1856, fiery New England abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher arranged for...

69. Harold Ashby, Former KC Jazz Player, Dies At 78 Harold Ashby, Former KC Jazz Player, Dies At 78 Newspaper article concerning the death of Harold Ashby, a Kansas City born jazz saxophonist who played with Duke Ellington's orchestra. He grew up in Kansas City attending R.T. Coles School and Lincoln...

70. Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Photo and bio of David Smart (1843-1896), a realtor, banker, and stockbroker in Kansas City. Native of the Independence, Missouri area serving the Confederacy during the Civil War and afterwards serving...

71. Harry H. Terte Dies Harry H. Terte Dies Photo and obituary for Harry Terte, "71, long-time Kansas City lawyer," lifelong Kansas Citian, World War I veteran, and graduate of "the old Kansas City School of Law."

72. Harry S. Truman Harry S. Truman Biographical article about President Harry Truman and his rise to political power starting in Jackson County, Missouri, through endorsement by but not corrupted by the Pendergast machine. Description of...

73. Harvey Harvey Finley installed a mechanical rabbit, named Harvey, that popped out of the ground behind home plate and delivered balls to the umpire.

74. Henry Clark Henry Clark Photo and bio of Henry Clark (1849-1907), a Civil War veteran from New York, engaged as a theater actor and oil speculator in the Midwest, moving to Kansas City in 1876, building the Newmarket Theater...

75. Henry Moore Sculpture Garden Henry Moore Sculpture Garden Article describing the new Henry Moore Sculpture Garden at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, with illustrated map and photo.

76. For Members Only For Members Only Traditional type business club composed mainly of lawyers and judges, located at 918 Baltimore Avenue.

77. How Safe Are You? Rating Your Local Police Department How Safe Are You? Rating Your Local Police Department Critical review of several city and county entities in the Greater Kansas City area.

78. 'Little Italy:' Kansas City's North End 'Little Italy:' Kansas City's North End The author in his column reminiscences about that part of the Northeast area known as "Little Italy" named because of the Italian immigrants who settled there. Includes pictures and text of the Badami...

79. Hannibal Bridge Hannibal Bridge Folder contains two matted black and white pen sketches of the Hannibal Bridge, looking south across the Missouri River toward Kansas City. The labeling under the scene is in German. The vertical files...

80. ...Presenting Albert R. Waters: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month ...Presenting Albert R. Waters: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Albert Waters, "1950 President of the Chamber of Commerce." Raised in Carthage, Missouri and becoming a civil engineer and co-founder of the Carter-Waters Corporation...