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281. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial

282. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial

283. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial Folder includes the programs for the dedication of the Liberty Memorial site in 1921, laying of the corner stone in 1924, dedication of the memorial in 1926, luncheon in honor of President and Mrs. Calvin...

284. Liberty Loses a Stalwart Liberty Loses a Stalwart Obituary for Jack Smith, who worked with Liberty High School athletes for over forty years. Smith's work as manager for both the basketball and football programs is summarized and his promotion to assistant... Coaches (Athletics); Sports;

285. Liberty Lodge Liberty Lodge Folder includes a two page publication entitled "Liberty Lodge on Memorial Hill". Liberty Lodge was a home for misplaced veterans of World War I. Includes a photograph of their home at 27th and Wyandotte...

286. Liberty Jail Liberty Jail

287. Liberty Female College, Liberty, Mo.: The Great Western Female Seminary Liberty Female College, Liberty, Mo.: The Great Western Female Seminary Photo of the Liberty Female College in Liberty, Missouri.

288. Liberty Christian Church Liberty Christian Church

289. Liberty Arsenal Seized! Liberty Arsenal Seized! The lead article and other contributing articles in this issue feature the Liberty Arsenal and its capture by Confederates in 1861. Most of the captured ammunition went to Liberty, Missouri, and to Col....

290. Liberty Arsenal Liberty Arsenal Short reference to the Liberty Arsenal including a picture of the facility stating that the arsenal was built by David M. Bevins who came to Clay County in 1821. The arsenal was built in the early 1830s... Armories; Military depots; Military life;

291. Liberty Arsenal Liberty Arsenal Short reference in this published account of Dr. William Dougherty's diary for September 8, 1877, in which he mentions visiting a patient referred to as Hardin's daughter at the arsenal. This is a reference...

292. Liberty (Mo.) Tribune Papers Finding Aid Liberty (Mo.) Tribune Papers Finding Aid This collection contains items crica 1832–1880s submitted to the Liberty (Mo.) Tribune for publication in the newspaper. They cover a variety of topics. Of particular interest are letters written from... Newspapers; Frontier & pioneer life; Gold rushes; Trails & paths;

293. Liberal University Liberal University Entries in the directory: 1902: no entry. 1903-1904: Liberal University, 9th northwest corner Locust, T. B. Wakeman, president, P. W. Geer, secretary, J. E. Wilson, treasurer. 1904: Liberal University...

294. 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...

295. Lexington, Missouri Lexington, Missouri

296. Lexington Shelters Its Southern Roots Lexington Shelters Its Southern Roots Photos and article about the history of Lexington, Missouri, established around the 1820s in western Missouri on the Santa Fe Trail and the Missouri River. Description of its Southern roots and Civil War...

297. Lexington Christ Church Lexington Christ Church

298. Lexington and the Santa Fe Trail Lexington and the Santa Fe Trail This article is 19th in the magazines series on museums and historic sites along the Santa Fe Trail. Author presents the history of Lexington, Missouri, and its involvement with the Santa Fe Trail including...

299. Lexington Lexington Article about Lexington, Missouri, in Lafayette County, and its tourist attractions, especially Civil War sites from the Battle of Lexington.

300. Lexie Straehan Obituary Lexie Straehan Obituary Obituary for Miss Lexie Straehan, psychologist for the public schools since 1921, dying in 1952.