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201. African American Population Trends African American Population Trends Information about changes in black population in the greater Kansas City area, both urban and suburban, from 1960 to 1980, approximately.

202. Albert Peet Albert Peet Photo and bio of Albert Peet, general manager of the "Peet Brothers Manufacturing Company," born in Cleveland in 1871.

203. Adios amigo...Are affluent newcomers putting the squeeze on old West side residents? Adios amigo...Are affluent newcomers putting the squeeze on old West side residents? Article discusses the perception by some that "gentrification" is squeezing out the Hispanic and lower income population on Kansas City's west side.

204. Alexander Doniphan Alexander Doniphan Biography of Alexander W. Doniphan, a Missouri military leader originally from Kentucky, gaining prominence during the 1846 Mexican War and 1838 Mormon War, memorialized in a statue in Ray County, Missouri,...

205. Exhibition--"Thomas Hart Benton: An Intimate View"--at the Joslyn Exhibition--"Thomas Hart Benton: An Intimate View"--at the Joslyn Article about former Kansas City resident artist Thomas Hart Benton, or Thomas Benton (1889-1975) and the exhibit of his unsold paintings at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska, with photos and description...

206. AC6 Lincoln Junior High School Collection Finding Aid AC6 Lincoln Junior High School Collection Finding Aid The Lincoln Junior High School Collection documents the activities of faculty and students at Lincoln Junior High School and its successor organization Lincoln Academy for Accelerated Study in Kansas City,...

207. Alf Brant Alf Brant Biographical sketch of Major Alf Brant, "superintendent of the Kansas City workhouse," moving to Missouri in 1857. He served in the Union army in the Civil War, in 1876 moved to Kansas City. starting the...

208. Admiral Sidney W. Souers and President Truman Admiral Sidney W. Souers and President Truman Photos and biographical article about President Harry Truman and his appointee to "director of central intelligence in 1946" (and later executive secretary of the National Security Council), Sidney Souers...

209. African American Community Generally Supports the Power and Light District Despite Lack of Information African American Community Generally Supports the Power and Light District Despite Lack of Information Describes support of black Kansas Citians for the Power and Light District proposal.

210. Executive Roundtable: A Handful of Leading Kansas City Business Figures Discuss Troubled Times Ahead Executive Roundtable: A Handful of Leading Kansas City Business Figures Discuss Troubled Times Ahead and Some Opportunities Which Will Develop. .. Interview of a "handful of leading Kansas City business figures," including stockbroker Dick Breidenthal, or Richard Breidenthal, "a vice president of investments with the brokerage firm of Shearson Hayden...

211. 'The Spirit Inside of Him Leads Him' 'The Spirit Inside of Him Leads Him' Profile of Jim Paquette, CEO of Providence Health "comprised of Providence Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan., Saint John Hospital in Leavenworth and several other hospitals and clinics throughout the...

212. Aerial Mail Service Aerial Mail Service Establishing air route from Chicago to Kansas City.

213. African American Schools African American Schools Schools, in particular Lincoln High School, were a source of pride and "instruments of community and racial formation in the 1920s and 1930s" amongst the African American community in Kansas City. This...

214. Alcoholism Alcoholism File contains a pamplet or booklet (ca. 1968) on the Benjamin Burroughs Ralph Foundation for Medical Research at 529 Highland Avenue in Kansas City, chartered in 1954. Named for Dr. Benjamin Ralph, a pioneer...

215. Executive Uses Business SKills to Help Doctors: Reach Out and Read Executive Uses Business SKills to Help Doctors: Reach Out and Read Marsha Gershon is the new executive director of the National Reach Out and Read program, "a national, non-profit program that works with doctors and nurses to bring books and a love of reading primarily...

216. Address to Pro-Slavery Convention of Missouri Address to Pro-Slavery Convention of Missouri Appendix I of the book contains "Address to the People of the United States", delivered by Wiliam B. Napton in Lexington, Missouri, July 13, 1855 to the Pro-Slavery Convention of Missouri. Talks about...

217. Advertising Club Advertising Club

218. Albert Zimmer Albert Zimmer Obituary for Albert Zimmer, an industrial real estate broker dying at the age of 56 in 1957.

219. Addenda Addenda One paragraph about the birth of Susanna Adams Dillon, or Susannah Yoacham Dillon, the first white child born at the Methodist Shawnee mission in Kansas in 1830.

220. Fire Insurance Maps Fire Insurance Maps Article about the history of fire insurance maps in the location of property owners for genealogical and other uses, with fire maps of Hannibal, Missouri, showing the changes over time in the area of Mark...