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281. 'Zippy' Pins KC On the Map 'Zippy' Pins KC On the Map Various locations in Kansas City have recently been included in the 'Zippy' cartoon strip that runs in the Kansas City Star. Places included: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary...

282. Indian Mound Neighborhood Update Indian Mound Neighborhood Update Article details general information about the Indian Mound Neighborhood Association in the Northeast area.

283. Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Photo and bio of Louis Davison, a lawyer specializing in commercial and bankruptcy law, born in Michigan in 1873, moving in 1898 to Saint Louis, and in 1899 to Kansas City.

284. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community Mention of Mrs. E. E. Porterfield, or Mrs. Edward Porterfield, and Lucy Porter, or Mrs. Jesse Porter, as early members of the Methodist Church in Kansas City.

285. 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.

286. A Public Welfare Agency and a Planning Council Working Together A Public Welfare Agency and a Planning Council Working Together Article describing the cooperation between the Jackson County Public Welfare Office and the Council of Social Agencies, "a voluntary association of one hundred agencies," together working on programs for...

287. A Quiet Profession for Caring People A Quiet Profession for Caring People Describes the current status of the funeral home industry.

288. A Raucous and Wild Ride Back in Time A Raucous and Wild Ride Back in Time Article describes the 2005 publication of Kansas City Jazz from Ragtime to Bebop--A History, by Frank Driggs and Chuck Haddix (Oxford University Press). Includes interview material and biographical information...

289. A Rebel Child of Civil War Days: Frances M. Lipscomb Hickman A Rebel Child of Civil War Days: Frances M. Lipscomb Hickman Biographical article about Frances M. Lipscomb Hickman, or Frances Hickman "of Independence," granddaughter of John Harris (of the Harris House hotel in Westport). Born "a mile south of Dallas, Missouri,"...

290. A Regal Plastic Move: The 15-Year-Old Firm Now at 1725 Holmes A Regal Plastic Move: The 15-Year-Old Firm Now at 1725 Holmes News of the move of the Regal Plastic Company from 2800 East 14th Street to 1700 Holmes Street.

291. Li'l Guy Comes Back from Brink Li'l Guy Comes Back from Brink The Lil Guy company is a multi-million dollar Mexican food business. Following the death of its founder, Don Miranda, the business almost folded but Miranda's grandchildren, the Sloans, have turned the...

292. A Reporter at Large: American Royal A Reporter at Large: American Royal Autobiographical article about the author's (native Kansas Citian Calvin Trillin) experiences of growing up in Kansas City, describing its persisting image on the East Coast as "very American" with cattle...

293. A Response To a Challenge: Arthur Wesley Pollard A Response To a Challenge: Arthur Wesley Pollard A 14 page typewritten paper with bibliography. "Arthur Wesley Pollard, a prominent philanthropist and civic leader of the Black community initiated an ingenious program that met with a great measure of...

294. A Retired Jurist Dies A Retired Jurist Dies Obituary for Judge Berryman Henwood, "73, former judge of the Missouri supreme court and one-time Republican leader," serving on the Missouri State Supreme Court from 1930 to 1933.

295. A Richly Textured Community: Fort Riley, Kansas, and American Indians, 1853-1911 A Richly Textured Community: Fort Riley, Kansas, and American Indians, 1853-1911 Article about the history of Fort Riley, Kansas, as a border site of interaction between "Euro-Americans" and American Indians, both peacefully and not.

296. A Short History of the Shawnee Methodist Mission A Short History of the Shawnee Methodist Mission Description of the marriage of Reverend Thomas Johnson in 1830 to Miss Sarah T. Davis Johnson, or Sarah Johnson, of Clarksville, Missouri, in 1830, and mention of his brother, Reverend William Johnson....

297. A Separate Peace A Separate Peace Croatians and Serbs have lived peacefully together for many years in the Strawberry Hill district of Kansas City, Kansas. They share many similarities with differences in religions. The churches draw many...

298. (Mostly) Pleasurable Work at New Space (Mostly) Pleasurable Work at New Space Review of group show at the Green Door, the gallery's inaugural show.

299. A Roster of the Lewis and Clark Expedition A Roster of the Lewis and Clark Expedition In addition to a list of events for May through July 2004, the article provides known genealaogical data for members of the expedition.

300. Historic Westport: Westport's Post Offices Historic Westport: Westport's Post Offices Early history of postal delivery and post offices in Westport, back to 1832, with a photo of the Theis house, "one of Westport's succession of post offices."