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221. Lincoln Junior High School Lincoln Junior High School File contains program from Dedication and Open House of Lincoln Junior High School, October 21, 1956 and pamphlet, This is Your Life, honoring Dr. Hazel Brown Williams.

222. Lincoln in Kansas Lincoln in Kansas Biographical article about Abraham Lincoln and his visit to Kansas in 1859 on his anti-slavery platform presidential campaign. Description of his arrival first in Elwood, Kansas (across the Missouri River...

223. Lincoln High School Sports Lincoln High School Sports File contains programs from Lincoln High School annual athletic/sports Banquets of 1954 and 1961 and a group portrait of the Lincoln High School Basketball Team of 1951.

224. Lincoln High School and Junior College Lincoln High School and Junior College File contains student handbooks, commencement programs, brochures about adult education, and bulletins for the high school and junior college. There is also a program for an event honoring H.O. Cook.

225. Lincoln High School Lincoln High School According to a Kansas City Star article, "Linoln's Future," by Jim Barcus, Lincoln's first graduating class was in 1885 and consisted of three girls and a boy.

226. Lincoln High School Lincoln High School File contains programs from commencements, community nights, award days and other events. It also contains Report of Lincoln Branch Library's Participation in the Lincoln High School Career Day Conference,...

227. Lincoln High School Lincoln High School Collection including Lincoln High School Record Book from 1889 to 1907.

228. Lincoln High Building Makes National Register of Historic Buildings Lincoln High Building Makes National Register of Historic Buildings Article announces that the Lincoln High School building at 2111 Woodland Avenue has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. A brief history of the school beginning at its establishment... Schools; Historic buildings;

229. Lincoln Electric Park Lincoln Electric Park Lincoln Electric Park, an amusement park for African Americans, was located at 20th and Woodland. Neaby residents protest the license granting the Lincoln Electric Park Company to operate a beer garden... Amusement parks; Segregation;

230. Lincoln Chose Missouri as Battleground When He Accepted Challenge to Duel Lincoln Chose Missouri as Battleground When He Accepted Challenge to Duel Story of the 1842 duel planned by Abraham Lincoln and his challenger on the Missouri side of the Mississippi River across from Alton, Illinois, as told by "William Watson Davis, professor of American history...

231. Lincoln Building Lincoln Building Illustration of 1940s Lincoln Building at 18th & Vine District.

232. Lincoln Branch Library Lincoln Branch Library File contains items related to the Lincoln Branch of the Kansas City Public Library, including a history of the branch, and newspaper coverage of the collection's move to the Missouri Valley Room at the...

233. Limelight: Rita Blitt. ..K. C. Artist on a Grand Scale Limelight: Rita Blitt. ..K. C. Artist on a Grand Scale Photo and biographical article about Kansas City artist Rita Blitt and her "sculptures towering over shopping malls and tree tops," around the Kansas City area, "featured prominently in such places as...

234. Limelight: Hector Barreto Limelight: Hector Barreto Photo and bio of Hector Barreto, "a founder of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, based in Kansas City," a worker with the "National Economic Development Association," also based in Kansas...

235. Limelight Limelight Photo and biographical description of Harold McSpaden, an 80-year-old "former owner of both the Victory Hills and the Dub's Dread country clubs in Kansas City" and the first native Kansas Citian "to establish...

236. Lime Kiln Links Old Days and New Lime Kiln Links Old Days and New File containing a photo (of the kiln), portrait (of Weston), and article about the city's first lime kiln built in 1866 "by William Weston [ca. 1844-1906], a pioneer of Kansas City" below the bluffs at...

237. Lillian Snyder Lillian Snyder Obituary for Lillian Snyder, or Mrs. LeRoy Snyder (dying in 1967), winner of the Medaille de la Reconnaissance Francaise, first class, by Marshall Ferdinand Foch at the dedication ceremonies of the Liberty...

238. Lillian Burgin Lillian Burgin File containing multiple articles about Lillian Burgin, an African American teacher and founder of the Burgin Nursery School at 2415 Montgall Avenue, established in 1937.

239. Lill's Lures in a Clientele-and Its Canines Lill's Lures in a Clientele-and Its Canines Brief profile of Lill's on 17th which is located in a 100-year-old house at 815 W. 17th St. Includes images. Restaurants;

240. Lilburn Boggs Lilburn Boggs File contains information about Lilburn Williams Boggs, or Lilburn Boggs (1792-1860), the first governor of Missouri from Jackson County, involved in the Honey War between Missouri and Iowa, a veteran...