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261. A Bit about New Santa Fe A Bit about New Santa Fe File containing the article about the history of the town of New Santa Fe in southwestern Jackson County, in Washington Township at about 121st and State Line Roads.

262. A Bit of History Passes A Bit of History Passes Photograph and caption reporting the demolition of the Italian Gardens Restaurant, which closed in 2003 after 78 years in business. The building was razed to make way for a parking garage.

263. A Bit of Nature A Bit of Nature Illustrations (by Will Weber, "one of Kansas City's most gifted artists") and poem by local poet Robert Wiziarde about cowboys.

264. A Bit of Weston, Missouri, History A Bit of Weston, Missouri, History Photo, illustration, and second in a series of articles about the history of Weston, Missouri (north of Kansas City) and its border warfare days.

265. A Bit of Weston, Missouri, History A Bit of Weston, Missouri, History Illustrations (of the town itself and citizens John Woods, William Osborne, and Ben Holladay) and first in a series of articles about the history of the Platte County town of Weston, Missouri on the Missouri...

266. A Bite of History A Bite of History Description of the businesses in the preserved buildings of the Garment or Wholesale District along 8th and Broadway Boulevards, mainly restaurants in the 1990s.

267. A Black Leader Offers Very Little Optimism A Black Leader Offers Very Little Optimism Biographical article about Reverend MacCharles Jones, or Rev. Mac Jones, the 35-year-old pastor of the St. Stephen Baptist Church at 1414 Truman Road. Rev. Jones was the leader at the Black Unity Retreat... Radicalism; Racism; Baptist churches; Clergy;

268. A Black Man's Kingdom in Kansas A Black Man's Kingdom in Kansas File containing photos and a biographical article about Junius Groves (ca. 1859-1925), a wealthy Wyandotte County, Kansas potato farmer. Born into slavery in Kentucky and moving to Edwardsville, Kansas...

269. A Bleeding Passion A Bleeding Passion Article profiles artist, Luis Garcia. His "bleedingbrown" website includes a blog, podcast initiative store and manifesto for members of minority groups. His exhibit, "The Chicano Experience", featured...

270. A Bold New Portal for KC: Paseo Bridge Design Picked A Bold New Portal for KC: Paseo Bridge Design Picked A design has been chosen for the new Paseo Bridge and includes a 300-foot diamond shaped tower and six lanes for traffic. The $245 million project will replace the 53-year-old bridge and also widen the... Bridges

271. A Bomb at the Harlem Night Club A Bomb at the Harlem Night Club Photo and caption about the explosion from "a dynamite bomb" at "the Harlem night club" at 1414 East 15th Street, "believed to be an effort to intimidate the owners into paying extortion money."

272. A Book Every Citizen Should See A Book Every Citizen Should See Printed letter to introduce the 1933 book "Results of County Planning, Jackson County, Missouri," to the public published by Presiding Judge Harry S. Truman. Truman writes of the advantages enjoyed by... County government;

273. A Book Lover's Guide to Kansas City A Book Lover's Guide to Kansas City Independent bookstores finding niches to compete with the chains.

274. A Boom Town Derailed A Boom Town Derailed Photo and article about the town of Meta, Missouri, a "former railroad town, 24 miles south of Jefferson City." Incorporated in 1904 and ruined during the loss of its railroad connection during the Great...

275. A Boon to Car Safety: New Missouri Law Will Affect All Drivers A Boon to Car Safety: New Missouri Law Will Affect All Drivers News and explanation of the new Missouri drivers' license law requiring a physical and driving examination, in the process invalidating Kansas City municipal drivers' licenses, with chart.

276. A Boone County Album, 1820-1971 A Boone County Album, 1820-1971 Photos (of the musician, his sheet music, and possessions, etc.) and bio of John William Boone, or Blind Boone (1864-1927), "a blind Negro pianist" and "the most widely known citizen of Boone County, and...

277. A Boy Who Would Be President: Harry Truman at School, 1892-1901 A Boy Who Would Be President: Harry Truman at School, 1892-1901 Recent documents made available to the public concerning Truman's early schooling give insight into his early years. These include two ledgers that record his attendance and his grades at Noland School...

278. A Branch Office for Pitney-Bowes, Inc. A Branch Office for Pitney-Bowes, Inc. Illustration and caption about the new building for the Pitney-Bowes office supply store to be built at 3239 Broadway Boulevard.

279. A Brand-New Glow A Brand-New Glow A new sculpture design, "Transformed Flower," has been approved by the Municipal Art Commission. The sculpture, by California artist Phillip Smith, willl be erected at the north end of the Richard & Annette... Sculpture;

280. "A Brave and Gallant Company," A Kansas City Hospital in France During the First World War "A Brave and Gallant Company," A Kansas City Hospital in France During the First World War Article describes the U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 28 located in Limoges, France, from July 1918 until May 1919. Many of the hospital personnel were associated with the University of Kansas School of Medicine... Military hospitals; War;