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221. Fond Recollections of Country Doctor Fond Recollections of Country Doctor Photo and biographical article about Dr. Charles Hewitt (~1845-1937), a country doctor serving the pioneer communities of Wakefield, Kansas, and Upland, Kansas, from 1871 to 1923 after graduating from...

222. Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Photo and bio of John Edward Thomes, or John Thomes (1846-1893), a railroad engineer across Kansas and Oklahoma born in New York City and coming to Kansas City about 1891.

223. Fish Story Fish Story Review of Boozefish Wine Bar, 1511 Westport Road.

224. First Overhaul on Brush Creek First Overhaul on Brush Creek The paving of the creek bed began in November 1935, at a cost originally estimated at $1,395,000, and at one time employed 1,647 WPA workers. Concrete was laid eight to 10 inches thick and 70 feet wide....

225. A Story of Brave Kansans A Story of Brave Kansans Story of "the greatest crisis ever faced in Kansas and the most interesting and heroic battle fought by the army of the West in the Civil War."

226. Flanders Callaway, a Frontier Type Flanders Callaway, a Frontier Type Biographical article about Flanders Callaway (1752-1824), an explorer of Missouri Territory and the namesake of Callaway County, Missouri, with a photo of his home. Description of his life and family from...

227. For Your Information For Your Information Aricle about new reference service in the form of the the New York Times Information Bank on computer.

228. Living Life To Its Fullest Living Life To Its Fullest Feature article on local historian and writer Dory DeAngelo. Growing up in the Northeast area, Dory discovered at an early age she had a love for the theater and acting. Although she never made it big...

229. A Sketch of the Boone-Bent Families A Sketch of the Boone-Bent Families Narrative article about the friendship between William Bent and Albert Boone and their families, by the author, a grandson of Albert G. Boone.

230. Lewis Siegfried Obituary Lewis Siegfried Obituary Obituary for Lewis Siegfried, former chief of the Kansas City Police Department dying in 1958.

231. A Southern Family on the Missouri Frontier: Letters from Independence, 1843-1855 A Southern Family on the Missouri Frontier: Letters from Independence, 1843-1855 Extensive article that collects excerpts from the letters of Samuel Ralston (1809-1899), an Irish immigrant to North Carolina moving to western Missouri. It gives information on various subjects in the...

232. 1974 [through 1990] Medical Directory of Greater Kansas City 1974 [through 1990] Medical Directory of Greater Kansas City Medical directories for physicians by area and specialty, hospitals and nursing homes, health organizations, and related facilities.

233. Lewis and Clark: New Perspectives Lewis and Clark: New Perspectives Whole issue devoted to Lewis and Clark. Articles include the following: "A St. Louis River Map Guides The Lewis and Clark Expedition;" "Conquering The Lower Missouri;" "Lewis and Clark in Missouri Timeline;"...

234. A Tale of Two (Kansas) Cities A Tale of Two (Kansas) Cities Article attempts to clear up the popular confusion about the two Kansas Cities. It provides an explanation of the origins of each city's name and contrasts their current status. It also explains the consolidated...

235. Lewis & Clark Found Nobody Home: Pondering the Mysteries of the Indians Who Preceded the White Man in Lewis & Clark Found Nobody Home: Pondering the Mysteries of the Indians Who Preceded the White Man in Kansas City Information starting with Lewis and Clark about the history of Indians in the Kansas City area.

236. If I Had My $20 Million to Live Over If I Had My $20 Million to Live Over Photo and interview of Ewing Kauffman about his life and career as owner of the Kansas City Royals and Marion Laboratories pharmaceutical company. Discussion on various issues related to power and money...

237. . ..Presenting Elmer C. Rhoden: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Elmer C. Rhoden: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Illustration and biographical article about Elmer Rhoden, "president of the American Golden Saddle Horse Association. ..probably the world's best-known breeder of gaited horses," and "chairman of the 1947...

238. Integration of Cultures as Reflected in the Services of a Mid-Missouri College Library Integration of Cultures as Reflected in the Services of a Mid-Missouri College Library Article about the history of Lincoln University, founded (as Lincoln Institute) in Jefferson City, Missouri, in 1866 as an all-black college before becoming desegregated in 1954. Description of the gradual...

239. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Captain Charles William Sass, or Charles Sass, "chief inspector of engineers for the Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company." Born in Chicago in 1880 and coimng to Kansas City in...

240. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri Portrait and biograhical sketch of John Byers, a realtor and banker from Virginia. He moved to several places before arriving in Kansas City in 1870 associated with the Mechanics' Bank, then the Hall &...