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281. Life at Leavenworth Full of Interest and Danger for a Daring Psychologist Life at Leavenworth Full of Interest and Danger for a Daring Psychologist File containing a photo (of the author) and book review of "My Six Convicts," an autobiographical book about the experiences of Donald Powell Wilson, or Donald Wilson, a resident of the Fort Leavenworth...

282. Life at Bent's Fort Life at Bent's Fort Abridged reprint of an article originally published in Forest and Stream magazine in 1910. The article describes day-to-day life at Bent's Fort. Topics covered include: holiday celebrations at the fort,... Fur trade; Forts & fortifications;

283. Life as a Campaign Backdrop . . . Life as a Campaign Backdrop . . . Article briefly describes a visit by 2004 Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry and Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards to the Smithville farm of Jim and Ruth Nelson. The Nelsons hosted a rally...

284. Life and Times of Mother Bridget Hayden Life and Times of Mother Bridget Hayden Book about the Osage Mission in Kansas and other early Catholic missions and missionaries in 1800s Kansas.

285. Life and Death in the Delivery Room Life and Death in the Delivery Room Difficult issues at the Ob-Gyn Department related to abortions and uninsured mothers from the inner city.

286. Life after Wal-Mart Life after Wal-Mart Article reporting the end of the 32-year relationship between Wal-Mart and Kansas City advertising agency Bernstein-Rein. During what is described as "one of the longer standing relationships in advertising,"...

287. Life after Alvin Life after Alvin Photos and article about the modern dance group in Kansas City called the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

288. Lieutenant G. K. Warren's 1855 and 1856 Manuscript Maps of the Missouri River Lieutenant G. K. Warren's 1855 and 1856 Manuscript Maps of the Missouri River A manuscript map set consisting of thirty-nine plates plus a title page that were made by William H. Hutton and J. Hudson Snowden during the summers of 1855 and 1856 under the direction of Lieutenant Gouverneur... Maps; Map making;

289. Lieut. Fremont's Expedition to Oregon and California Lieut. Fremont's Expedition to Oregon and California A brief outline of John C. Fremont's expedition route throughout the western United States. Leaving from Westport, Missouri, he traveled to the Rocky Mountains, the "great Salt Lake of Northern Mexico,"...

290. Lie Down for America: How the Republican Party Sows Ruin on the Great Plains Lie Down for America: How the Republican Party Sows Ruin on the Great Plains In this article Frank, author of 'What's the Matter with Kansas?', explores the phenomenon of working-class midwesterners voting Republican against what would seem to be their best interests. He discusses...

291. Library's Book Sale Moved to River Market Library's Book Sale Moved to River Market Short notice in the paper that the Kansas City Public Library Friends of the Library organization will this year have their annual book sale in the River Market at 305 W. 5th Street.

292. Library World News: May Join Teachers' Retirement System Library World News: May Join Teachers' Retirement System Article about the retirement system of the Kansas City Public Library, possibly joining "the Teachers' Retirement System" in 1944 and including the following retired librarians: Priscilla Burd, Minnie...

293. Library World News: Kansas Travel Exhibit Library World News: Kansas Travel Exhibit Article about the "Pageant of American Travel Week" at the Kansas City Public Library in 1941, with exhibits at each branch "built around the historic dates outstanding in United States history," including...

294. Library World News: Circulation Increasing Library World News: Circulation Increasing Short article about increased circulation in the library and a new circulation system adapting to war rationing.

295. Library with Focus on Spanish Opens Today Library with Focus on Spanish Opens Today Photos and article about the opening on September 10, 2001 of "the Irene H. Ruiz Biblioteca de las Americas" (formerly the West Branch Library) of the Kansas City Public Library system, also known as the...

296. Library Situation in Missouri Library Situation in Missouri Article about the history of library service in Missouri, showing its low rankings compared to other states, especially in rural areas, and describing the efforts to combat this by the Missouri Library...

297. Library Receives Legendary Jazz Collections Library Receives Legendary Jazz Collections Pam McShann, daughter of Jay McShann, has donated her father's papers to the Special Collections Department at Miller Nichols Library. The collection, which includes videos of interviews, photographs,... Jazz; Libraries; Archives;

298. Library Publicity: Posters for the Library Library Publicity: Posters for the Library Photos (of illustrated posters) and article about the posters and poster-making organized "the Publicity Department of the Kansas City, Mo., Public Library" and produced by "three young high school graduates."...

299. Library Opens to Fanfare Library Opens to Fanfare Story covers the grand opening of the South Kansas City Branch Library located at 75th and Grand. Includes photographs of the exterior and interior of the building. Branch was later named Waldo in honor...

300. Library of Congress displays 'Missouri Kid' Robbery Story Library of Congress displays 'Missouri Kid' Robbery Story Library of Congress exhibit features recent Pinkerton Detective Agency records. Includes perhaps Missouri's most notorious outlaw, William "The Missouri Kid" Rudolph. He and George Collins robbed a bank...