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281. First National Convention of Cattlemen at St. Louis First National Convention of Cattlemen at St. Louis Large illustrations and article for "the first National Convention of the cattle-growers of the West," in Saint Louis, with descriptions of groups of cattle from all over the country.

282. A Civic Triumph A Civic Triumph Article about the failure of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company to gain a long-term contract with the city for a franchise on street railways.

283. First Kansas (Colored) Volunteer Infantry First Kansas (Colored) Volunteer Infantry File contains information about the First Kansas (Colored) Volunteer Infantry.

284. A Fragmentary Journal of William L. Sublette A Fragmentary Journal of William L. Sublette William Sublette's record of the beginning of a trip made with Sir William Drummond Stewart to the Rocky Mountains in 1843 (entries for May 1 through June 10). Journal includes detailed expense accounting...

285. Finding a Place to Just Fit In Finding a Place to Just Fit In Discusses the efforts of gay university staff and students to enact non-discriminatory practices on the campuses of Kansas City area universities.

286. A Creative University A Creative University Article about the programs offered by and the environment of the University of Kansas City, later called the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Information from its president, Clarence R. Decker and note...

287. 'S Not 'N Eagle--'S 'N Owl 'S Not 'N Eagle--'S 'N Owl Photo of Conrad Mann, Chief beneficiary from membership drives by the Eages" club, ort he Fraternal Order of Eages in Kansas City, in an article about the club's drive to add 3,000 members from the Pendergast...

288. Fielding Lane Fielding Lane Biographical sketch of Fielding Lane, "one of the oldest and best citizens of Brooking township," Jackson County, Missouri, born in Kentucky in 1811 and coming to Jackson County in 1839 as a "farmer and...

289. Alexander Harris Alexander Harris Photo and bio of Alexander Harris (1820-1898), twice mayor of Kansas City in 1866 and in 1888, born "either in Kentucky or Tennessee" and keeping a saloon in Kansas City by the early 1850s "on Main Street...

290. First Rock Island "Rocket" Blazed the Pioneers' Trail First Rock Island "Rocket" Blazed the Pioneers' Trail History of the railroad company since its entrance into Kansas City in 1880.

291. Fire Destroys Real Estate Office Fire Destroys Real Estate Office Front page article with photos detailing the fire which destroyed the building where Jo Mag Real Estate had offices at 3628 St. John in the Northeast area of the city.

292. Along the Highways and Biways of Finance Along the Highways and Biways of Finance Photo and biographical article about Joyce Hall, president of Hallmark, with his friend, Winston Churchill, "former prime minister of Great Britain," describing the company's plans to print Churchill's...

293. A History of Lawrence, Kansas, from the First Settlement to the Close of the Rebellion A History of Lawrence, Kansas, from the First Settlement to the Close of the Rebellion Photo and description of Amos Lawrence of Boston, "one of the first men of means to endorse the movement for the settlement of Kansas in the interest of freedom," co-founder of the city's "state university,"...

294. Filmmaker Robert Altman: Missouri Maverick Filmmaker Robert Altman: Missouri Maverick Informative article about filmmaker Robert Altman, a native of Kansas City, Missouri. Altman's connections with Kansas City are detailed and a list of his motion pictures is given by date starting with...

295. A Title I Tale: High Reading/Math Gains at Low Cost in Kansas City, Kansas A Title I Tale: High Reading/Math Gains at Low Cost in Kansas City, Kansas Illustrations and article about the program in Kansas City, Kansas schools "demonstrat[ing] a consistently effective way of teaching large numbers of children to read and compute without breaking the bank"...

296. ...Presenting Albert R. Waters: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month ...Presenting Albert R. Waters: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Albert Waters, "1950 President of the Chamber of Commerce." Raised in Carthage, Missouri and becoming a civil engineer and co-founder of the Carter-Waters Corporation...

297. 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...

298. 'Joyous Freedom of Questioning the Status Quo' 'Joyous Freedom of Questioning the Status Quo' Profile of Dr. Gregg Laiben, medical director of Primaris "the organization that works to improve health care quality in Missouri."

299. 'Long overdue' - Perez Appointment to Board 'Long overdue' - Perez Appointment to Board Article about appointment of Javier M. Perez as first Hispanic person appointed to Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners.

300. A Visit in Platte County History A Visit in Platte County History Photo and article about "the second oldest home in Platte County," the "home of Missouri State Representative Meg Harding" in 2001. Built (the original part remaining) in 1837 "by David Johnson" (1814-1887),...