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281. Basketball Basketball Photos and information on the sport of basketball, its inventor (the local James Naismith), and local basketball programs, such as the University of Kansas. Biographical information on Naismith (ca. 1861-1939),...

282. 1924 Main 1924 Main Review of 1924 Main.

283. Area Roads Win a No. 1 Title: The Worst Area Roads Win a No. 1 Title: The Worst A study by the Road Improvement Program, a Washington-based transportation research group, declared that Kansas City's roads are the worst among the nation's large metropolitan areas. Article includes...

284. Asbestos Violations Cited Asbestos Violations Cited Article tells about charges against the Community Development Corp., the city of Kansas City , Health Midwest and several private contractors of concealing hazardous waste removed from houses at the Citadel...

285. Birth of a City Birth of a City Historical overview of residential districts in Kansas City, starting in 1854 with Kersey Coates and Quality Hill.

286. At St. Bernadette, Last Day Is Bittersweet At St. Bernadette, Last Day Is Bittersweet Article about the closing of St. Bernadette Catholic School located at 9020 E. 51st Terrace. The school had been in existence for 43 years. There were 80 students enrolled during the last year compared...

287. . ..Presenting Roy Roberts: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Roy Roberts: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Biographical article about Roy Roberts, editor of the Kansas City Star newspaper at 18th and Grand Avenues. Born in Muscotah, Kansas in 1887 and raised in Lawrence, Kansas before becoming a reporter for...

288. Artist James Bass Artist James Bass Profile of Topeka, Kansas, artist James Bass, a sculptor of metals starting in the 1960s, many displayed in Topeka public places and copies in Los Angeles, with photos.

289. 'World News' Man Very Down to Earth 'World News' Man Very Down to Earth ABC News anchorman, Peter Jennings, visited Liberty, Missouri, gave a speech at the American Royal's Boots, Barbecue and Business Luncheon, and broadcasted ''World News Tonight'' from the Liberty Memorial....

290. Art: Thomas Benton in Omaha. ..An American Artist Has One of His Best Shows Art: Thomas Benton in Omaha. ..An American Artist Has One of His Best Shows Article about Thomas Hart Benton's successful art exhibit at the Josyln Art Museum in Omaha, with some general biographical information and copies of the several paintings.

291. . ..Presenting L. P. Cookingham: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting L. P. Cookingham: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Laurie Perry Cookingham, or L. P. Cookingham, 51-year-old city manager of Kansas City since his arrival here in 1940 (from Michigan) as part of the anti-Pendergast...

292. . ..Presenting Milton McGreevy: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Milton McGreevy: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Milton McGreevy, head of Harris, Upham & Company, investment brokers since 1931, raised in Kansas City.

293. August Frederick Seested August Frederick Seested Photos and information on August Frederick Seested, or August Seested (1864-1928), former president of the Kansas City Star and vice-president of the Convention Hall Building Company. Native of Denmark...

294. . ..Presenting J. C. Nichols: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting J. C. Nichols: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month Photo and biographical article about Jesse Clyde Nichols, or J. C. Nichols, 67-year-old founder of the Country Club District, Country Club Plaza, J. C. Nichols Company and a nationally prominent urban...

295. Artist, Heal Thyself Artist, Heal Thyself Review of painting show at the Late Show gallery.

296. 10 Shining Years For KC Curlers 10 Shining Years For KC Curlers The author in his newspaper commentary column discusses the 10th anniversary of the sculpture atop the pylons at Bartle Hall, often referred to as "hair curlers". The name of the sculpture is "Sky Stations"...

297. 1847 Circular on Services in Independence for Trail Trekkers Turns Up in Oregon Archives 1847 Circular on Services in Independence for Trail Trekkers Turns Up in Oregon Archives Article about the circular and letter published by George Buchanan, Independence postmaster in 1847, "about the facilities of the town" of Independence, Missouri, designed as a guide for travelers to Oregon...

298. 1833 Lawsuit Gets Mormons' Notice 1833 Lawsuit Gets Mormons' Notice As part of a joint local records preservation project between Jackson County and the Missouri State Archives in Jefferson City, legal documents concerning acts of violence against Mormon settlers have...

299. 1811 Patrick Gass Journal 1811 Patrick Gass Journal Part of the Fitzpatrick purchase, this 1811 copy has particular significance because it once belonged to Elliott Coues, one of the editors of the Lewis and Clark journals. It is inscribed, “To Prof....

300. 10 Questions for Tom Watson 10 Questions for Tom Watson Interview with Tom Watson, "the most successful professional golfer to come from Kansas City". Watson discusses his future, favorite career moments, and fellow professional golfers.