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81. A Song Fit for The King A Song Fit for The King On the 26th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley, this article recalls the first song recorded by Presley, My Happiness. The lyrics were written by Kansas Citian Betty Peterson Blasco.

82. 'Home on the Range' to Stay 'Home on the Range' to Stay Photos and article about the composition of the song "Home on the Range" at Smith Center, Kansas, in 1872 by Brewster Higley. Description of the song's origins being forgotten until the 1950s with actions...

83. George Schaefer George Schaefer Photo and bio of George Schaefer (1844-1897), a native of Germany growing up in Kansas City and becoming a blacksmith and later "proprietor of a feed store at the site of the old family home on Main and...

84. Georgraphic Spotlight: Past Glory, Future Promise--Waldo and Brookside's Popularity and Potential Are Georgraphic Spotlight: Past Glory, Future Promise--Waldo and Brookside's Popularity and Potential Are on the Upswing Photos and article about the "renaissance" of the adjacent urban neighborhoods (combined business and residential districts) in southern Kansas City, Missouri.

85. Getting from Here to There Getting from Here to There Photos and article about the $600 million renovation of Kansas City International Airport in 2000, "launched to upgrade the three terminals and the Trans World Airlines/Kansas City Missouri Overhaul Base,"...

86. A Chorus Beyond Song A Chorus Beyond Song Describes the history, current status, and future of the Heartland Men's Chorus.

87. Living in a Landmark--Price: $76,000 Living in a Landmark--Price: $76,000 Story about the renovation of the Victorian era William Francis Shelley home at 36th and Baltimore Avenues, by attorney Charles C. Shafer III, with photo.

88. Gipsey Steamboat Gipsey Steamboat

89. God Knows Where My Head Was at 18 God Knows Where My Head Was at 18 Details the experiences of local women who had or attempted to have abortions before the passage of Roe v. Wade in 1973.

90. A Southeast Asian Adventure A Southeast Asian Adventure Review of the Manila Café.

91. Historic Northeast's Finest Homes Open to Public Historic Northeast's Finest Homes Open to Public Photos and article about the "Historic Kansas City Foundation's annual fall homes tour" of "13 unique residences in the Pendleton Heights and Scarritt Renaissance neighborhoods of Historic Northeast,"...

92. 'Give 'Em Hell, Mayor Davis!' 'Give 'Em Hell, Mayor Davis!' Photos and article about one day in the life of Kansas City Mayor Ilus Davis, with insights on his activities and discussions of various civic issues of the late 1960s, following the race riots.

93. A Short History of the Shawnee Methodist Mission A Short History of the Shawnee Methodist Mission Mention of W. M. Ketron as assistant to Reverend Thomas Johnson "as Presiding Elder" at an Indian conference in Arrow Rock, Missouri, in 1835.

94. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Photo and bio of Edwin Crutcher, "a leading real-estate operator of Kansas City," who was born "near Nashville, Tennessee," in 1853 and settled in Kansas City in 1891, first becoming an executive at the...

95. 'Last Supper' Finds Home: Sculpture in Image of Famous Painting Comes Back to KC Church 'Last Supper' Finds Home: Sculpture in Image of Famous Painting Comes Back to KC Church News about the new "permanent home at Country Club Christian Church" for the sculpture of "The Last Supper," by sculptor Domenic Zappia, dying in 1964, about two years after finishing the sculpture, "the...

96. 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,...

97. 'He Was a Great Mentor and Tutor' 'He Was a Great Mentor and Tutor' Article describing the life of G. Lawrence Blankinship, Sr., who died at age 92 on December 28, 2005. Blankinship was one of the first African American members of the Kansas City City Council, and was...

98. Her Art Graces Shopping Centers Her Art Graces Shopping Centers Biographical article about Kansas City artist Rita Blitt and her large sculptures displayed at shopping centers and other public spaces around Greater Kansas City starting in the late 1960s, with photos...

99. A Southerner's Viewpoint of the Kansas Situation, 1856-1857 A Southerner's Viewpoint of the Kansas Situation, 1856-1857 Publication of a group of letters written by Axalla John Hoole who came to Kansas Territory in April, 1856. He came from South Carolina. The first letter is written from Kansas City while on his way to...

100. 'Falstaff of Jackson County': Colonel Crisp 'Colossus' to Little Girl 'Falstaff of Jackson County': Colonel Crisp 'Colossus' to Little Girl Photo and biographical article about Colonel John Crisp, a Missouri legislator, told through the author's childhood reminiscences in Independence and Kansas City, recalling Crisp's gargantuan voice, size,...