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321. Lincoln School Lincoln School

322. Lincoln, Hanks and Boone Families: Some Genealogical Notes Illustrating Their Connection Lincoln, Hanks and Boone Families: Some Genealogical Notes Illustrating Their Connection Genealogy of the Boone family in Missouri, starting with Daniel Boone's (1734-1820) grandfather, George Boone (ca. 1670-17??), emigrating from England to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1717, also listing...

323. King of the Talk Shows King of the Talk Shows Review of local radio talk and news shows, highlighting the city's "king," Bodine.

324. Jim Lane Jim Lane Biographical article about Jim Lane (1814-1865), an early Kansas senator and Union general active in the border warfare period as an abolitionist. Comparisons of Lane to historical and fictional characters...

325. Jim Lane Interview and Physical Description Jim Lane Interview and Physical Description Under Part Two: ''The Fall Campaign of 1861'' is Letter Twelve written from Camp Brooks, Bolivar, Mo., Oct. 27, 1861. Included in this letter is a Jim Lane interview, Colonel Montgomery interview, Delaware...

326. Banking On 20 Years Banking On 20 Years Article features the Space Bank Storage Company as they celebrate 20 years at Independence and Hardesty. Their business is in the 12 story building built in 1919. National Cloak and Suit Company then Bellas-Hess...

327. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of the late Reverend Robert Bunting, a minister born in Pennsylvania in 1828 and preaching in states east of Missouri, with his widow and children moving to Kansas City.

328. A Group of Populist Governors A Group of Populist Governors Photo and biographical description of L. D. Lewelling, the "populist" governor of Kansas with an administration "marked by incidents which have exposed him to deserved condemnation at the hands of the...

329. Jim Owen Obituary Jim Owen Obituary Obituary for Jim Owen, promoter of "Ozark Float Fishing."

330. Balloons over the Lakes Balloons over the Lakes Update of the race in progress.

331. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Justin Runyan, "secretary of the Manufacturers and Merchants Association." Born in Independence, Missouri in 1863 and brought to Columbia, Missouri later that year by his parents...

332. Jim the Wonder Dog Jim the Wonder Dog

333. Jim's Monument to Be Unveiled Jim's Monument to Be Unveiled Article announcing the ceremony for the memorial for James Pendergast, a "philanthropist and politician. ..in Mulkey Square," at 13th and Summit Streets.

334. Jo Ann Field Jo Ann Field This book contains one page personal accounts of the lives of numerous women from the Kansas City metro area, as well as their photograph. Includes Jo Ann Field, Chairman, International Advisory Board,...

335. John Barber White John Barber White Article about the bronze bust in the Missouri Valley Room of the Kansas City Public Library of John Barber White (or John White) sculpted by Jorgen Dreyer and donated along with White's genealogical library....

336. Back from the Brink: The East St. Louis Story Back from the Brink: The East St. Louis Story Article about the city of East Saint Louis, Illinois, across the Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River from Saint Louis, Missouri, and its attempts to recover from severe urban decay, with several photos....

337. Job Hollinger Job Hollinger Photo and bio of Job Hollinger, "one of the largest contractors and builders in the Southwest." He was born in Canada in 1860 and came to Kansas City in 1884 as a carpenter, establishing the Hollinger...

338. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Biographical sketch of Reverend Matthew Hughes, "pastor of the Independence Avenue Methodist Episcopal church," born in Virginia in 1863 and arriving in Independence, Missouri, in 1898 as pastor.

339. Artistic Tributes Strengthen Hero's Legacy Artistic Tributes Strengthen Hero's Legacy Story of painting of Primitivo Garcia by artist, Jose Pecina done for Primitivo Garcia World Language School. It also discusses the efforts by "Tivo's" niece, Monica Garcia, to make her uncle's story more...

340. A Grand Finale A Grand Finale Preview of a Folly Theatre concert featuring jazz violinist Claude "Fiddler" Williams and pianist Eldar Djangirov. The article delves into the history of Williams' eventful 70-plus year career.