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201. Across Our Wide Missouri: The Tale of Missouri's Trains from Mule Power to MOPAC Across Our Wide Missouri: The Tale of Missouri's Trains from Mule Power to MOPAC History of freight and passenger railroads in Missouri since their beginnings in the 1830s, actually built in the 1850s with the Missouri Pacific Railroad, with photo.

202. Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene Article about the Kansas City Health Department and its dealings with venereal, or "social" diseases, especially syphilis and gonorrhea, including discussions about their treatment at the General Hospital...

203. African Americans in Kansas City African Americans in Kansas City

204. AC2 First Baptist Church AC2 First Baptist Church The First Baptist Church Collection provides insight into the activities of First Baptist Church of Kansas City, Kansas, through meeting minutes, anniversary programs, and other items.

205. African Americans - Group African Americans - Group File contains lists of famous Kansas City African American citizens, "black pioneers", etc. filed under heading "Group".

206. Advocate Harold Holliday Dies at 62 Advocate Harold Holliday Dies at 62 Obituary for Harold "Doc" Holliday, Jr., "the first African-American to graduate from the University of Missouri School of Law and a former member of the Jackson County legislature." Holliday was also...

207. Aero Club of Greater Kansas City Aero Club of Greater Kansas City

208. AFC Wild Card: A Trio of Chiefs for the Ages AFC Wild Card: A Trio of Chiefs for the Ages Photos and biographical article about Joe Montana (quarterback), Marcus Allen (running back), and Nick Lowery (kicker), three players for the Kansas City Chiefs and all headed for the Football Hall of...

209. African Americans in Kansas City African Americans in Kansas City Folder contains three unpublished papers relating to the history of African Americans in Kansas City. (1) "Assets and Liabilities of the Negro Community in K.C.", a radio talk by E.S. Lewis, Oct. 1, 1931;...

210. Facts about Kansas City Facts about Kansas City General information on Kansas City, including its history and present economy. Many statistics.

211. After 16 Years Raytown Museum Open After 16 Years Raytown Museum Open Announcement of "the grand opening of the Raytown Historical Society Museum, 9705 East 63rd" Street in Raytown, Missouri, after the completion of the renovation of an old fire station.

212. African-Americans in Medicine: Thomas C. Unthank, M. D.--A Flood, a Dream, a Hospital African-Americans in Medicine: Thomas C. Unthank, M. D.--A Flood, a Dream, a Hospital Biographical article about Dr. Thomas Unthank (1866-1932), a black physician "known as the 'father of Kansas City's Negro hospitals.'" Native of North Carolina coming to Kansas City in 1898 as the founder...

213. African Americans in Literature African Americans in Literature File contains a copy of the poem "Toussaint L'Ouverture: Chateau de Joux, 1803," by Edward Arlington Robinson, reprinted in the November 30-December 4, 1931 issue of Current Literature.

214. Faces of the Past: The Beautiful People Faces of the Past: The Beautiful People Photo and biographical sketch of Molly McGreevy, a New York City Catholic priest and former Kansas City actress and socialite from 1960 to about 1976.

215. Faddis Motor Co. Is Geared for Postwar Growth Faddis Motor Co. Is Geared for Postwar Growth Chrysler car dealership at 62nd and Main Streets with the slogan: "Country Club cars are better cars."

216. African-Americans In Local Broadcasting: Kansas City, 1922-1982 African-Americans In Local Broadcasting: Kansas City, 1922-1982 This 34 page paper was prepared for presentation to the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Kansas City, Missouri, October 9, 1992.

217. 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.

218. Addenda Addenda Collection of the "gold mine of errors" in a book review about the Platte River Road with several mistaken references to pioneer Kansas City and Westport names and places, including the name of Westport...

219. AC7 Sumner High School AC7 Sumner High School The Sumner High School Collection documents the activities of faculty and students at Sumner High School and its successor organization Sumner Academy in Kansas City, Kansas, from 1927 to 1986

220. After 87 Years, Price Candy Co. Closes Its Doors: Bank Forecloses on Factory in Richmond After 87 Years, Price Candy Co. Closes Its Doors: Bank Forecloses on Factory in Richmond Article about the closing and liquidation of the Price Candy Company, "an 87-year-old confectionery manufacturer" founded in the old downtown Jones Store building. Description of the company's history,...