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221. 9,000 Hear Evans on Protestantism: Hollywood Pastor Addresses Kansas city Reformation Day Rally--Sponsor 9,000 Hear Evans on Protestantism: Hollywood Pastor Addresses Kansas city Reformation Day Rally--Sponsor Downtown Noonday Services Religious and church-related news about the Kansas City and surrounding areas, including the following items: (1) a crowd of 9,000 attending a speech by a Protestant Hollywood preacher in Municipal Auditorium;...

222. 900 Jobs Heading to New KC Home 900 Jobs Heading to New KC Home Article on the decision by the General Services Administration (GSA) to relocate 900 employees from the soon-to-close Bannister Federal Complex to the Two Pershing Square building at 2300 Main Street....

223. 909 Walnut 909 Walnut Brochure for apartments at 909 Walnut in the former Fidelity Building.

224. 911: An Emergency on Walnut 911: An Emergency on Walnut Article about the twin-towered Post Office Federal Building, winner of 1931 American Institute of Architecture award. Story of its near abandonment after a report by OSHA (Office of Safety and Health Administration).... Post offices;

225. 97,000 of Us Need New Route Over River 97,000 of Us Need New Route Over River Article providing information about the closing of the 51-year-old Paseo Bridge for rehabilitation work costing $20.9 million. Includes statistics about other bridges and their opening dates as well as...

226. 9th Street 9th Street

227. A "Castle" for Dr. Tiffany A "Castle" for Dr. Tiffany Illustration and article about "the residence being built for Dr. Flavel B. Tiffany [or Flavel Tiffany] on the west side of Garfield avenue at the Cliff drive," resembling a European castle and designed...

228. A "Fiend in Human Shape"? A "Fiend in Human Shape"? Critique of Quantrill's biographies and biographers, with descriptions of related historic figures such as William "Bloody Bill" Anderson and John N. Edwards.

229. A "Shut In" Farm A "Shut In" Farm Story of the changes from rural to urban environment surrounding the Webster Withers mansion, built in about 1883 at 31st and Troost Avenues "to get away out on a farm."

230. A "What Is Science" Debate at Science City A "What Is Science" Debate at Science City Discusses the debate surrounding the quality and usefulness of the exhibits at Science City.

231. A $120,000 Foyle Estate: Will of Gustin-Bacon Executive Is Filed for Probate A $120,000 Foyle Estate: Will of Gustin-Bacon Executive Is Filed for Probate Notice about the will of the late John Foyle, including bequests to the Little Sisters of the Poor and Rockhurst College.

232. A $20,000 Blaze A $20,000 Blaze Article describing the fire burning down the Union Depot and three nearby buildings, killing one man. Fire occurring at 3:00 am, September 22, 1875.

233. A 'Crystal Bowl' Arena A 'Crystal Bowl' Arena The final design of the Sprint Center was unveiled August 18, 2005. Article has drawing of the design with statistics and timeline. The complex will include a National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame...

234. A 'Final Countdown' A 'Final Countdown' The new Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art will open on June 16, 2007. The addition is a 165,000-square-feet glass and steel structure designed by Steven Holl. The inaugural exhibitions...

235. A 'Whirlwind' is Coming A 'Whirlwind' is Coming Article profiles John Covington who was chosen unanimously to be the new Superintendant of Schools for the Kansas City School District. Covington comes to Kansas City from Pueblo, Colorado, and is a graduate... School superintendents;

236. A (Delicious) Part of KC History A (Delicious) Part of KC History Article profiling the New York Bakery and Deli, located at 7016 Troost, which celebrated its centennial in 2005. The restaurant was founded by Isadore and Esther Baker at 919 E. 18th Street.

237. A 10,000 Year-Old Oasis--Alley Spring A 10,000 Year-Old Oasis--Alley Spring Article about the history and prehistory of Alley Spring in the Missouri Ozarks. Article describes its mills since 1869 as well as its unusual geology and remains found of Indians and mastodons.

238. A 102-Unit Projection to Investors Here A 102-Unit Projection to Investors Here

239. A 13-Year Nightmare Ends A 13-Year Nightmare Ends Letter to the editor reviewing the 13 years (from about 1926 to 1939) of unofficial city government control by the Pendergast machine in Kansas City and the demand for a clean-up campaign to ensure against...

240. A 1940s Pastime A 1940s Pastime Photo of the Plaza Bowl on Nichols Road as it looked in the 1940s. It was closed following the 1977 Brush Creek flood.