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201. Linwood Presbyterian Church Linwood Presbyterian Church

202. Link to Civil War Gone: John Hutchinson, 105, Dies in Stroud, Ok. Link to Civil War Gone: John Hutchinson, 105, Dies in Stroud, Ok. Obituary article about John Hutchinson (1846-1951), "Missouri's and Oklahoma's last Civil War veteran of the Union army," dying at the age of 105 on March 19, 1951, a native of Tennessee coming to Missouri...

203. Abernathy Furniture Company Abernathy Furniture Company Bill to Thomas Sweeney from the Abernathy Furniture Company, from November 13, 1889.

204. A Midtown Renaissance A Midtown Renaissance Article about the revitalization of Westport and/or Midtown Kansas City, including business organizations and neighborhood associations reclaiming the area after decades of post-war suburban flight, through...

205. Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Illustration of the building, perhaps a touched-up photograph.

206. A New Place to Land A New Place to Land Article describes the transformation of the former BMA Tower at 31st Street and Southwest Trafficway into luxury condominiums ("a residential Ritz-Carlton"). Renamed One Park Place, the tower, designed...

207. A Place Called Soulard: For Two Hundred Years More than a Market A Place Called Soulard: For Two Hundred Years More than a Market History and description of the Soulard Farmer's Market area in downtown Saint Louis, celebrating its centennial, established in 1779, with reproduced paintings.

208. KC Ballet Gets Invitation to Big Dance in Big Apple KC Ballet Gets Invitation to Big Dance in Big Apple March 20, 2004, the Kansas City Ballet performed in New York City for the first time in its 47-year history. Its performance of "Renard," created by choreographer George Balanchine, was part of several...

209. Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Illustration or touched-up photo of the building.

210. KC Auditor to Retire from Post This Month KC Auditor to Retire from Post This Month Article reporting the November 17, 2006 retirement of Mark Funkhouser, after 18 years in the position of auditor of Kansas City, Missouri. Funkhouser, who received national recognition for his work, was...

211. A Winter Scene out of the Past A Winter Scene out of the Past Illustration and caption about the painting by artist Gale Stockwell of the barn (torn down by 1969) "on the farm of Stuart Perkins, realtor and developer of the Briarcliff addition" in Clay County, Missouri....

212. Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Description of the B-R Electric Company at 620 Delaware Street and its co-founders F. M. Bernardin and E. R. Royer, listing their clients in electrical work around the Kansas City area. Description of...

213. A Perfect Institution Belonging to the Regiment; the Solder's Letter and American Identity Among Civil A Perfect Institution Belonging to the Regiment; the Solder's Letter and American Identity Among Civil War Soldiers in Kansas Article about a publication called "Soldier's Letter" a semi-weekly newspaper published in 1864 and 1865 by enlisted soldiers of the Second Colorado Cavalry and published at Kansas City, Missouri and Fort...

214. A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri Illustrations and descriptions of the award-winning designs for the memorial located at Penn Valley Park.

215. Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Brief description of Convention Hall, "the largest auditorium in the United States, with the possible exception of Madison Square Garden in New York," designed by local architect Frederick Hill, a native...

216. Hospital Association Tag Day Hospital Association Tag Day Day for collecting money to be divided among city hospitals for aid of the poor, on November 21, 1908.

217. A Narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's Experiences In the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade From 1825 to 1835 A Narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's Experiences In the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade From 1825 to 1835 In a reprint of Robert Campbell's narrative originally written in 1870, is found a short biography of Robert Campbell. Although the narrative itself was written in Campbell's later years, it still contains...

218. A Union Station Park A Union Station Park Short article about the favorable proposition to use the "land directly to the south of the new Union Station. ..for park purposes," and "that ample traffic ways to the east and to the west from the station...

219. A Panoramic View of the "Lost" Townships A Panoramic View of the "Lost" Townships Article about the early roads and railroads of Jackson County settlements in and around Kansas City, including the Missouri Pacific Railroad and Wornall Road. "The first [Missouri Pacific] train from St....

220. 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.