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321. Liberty Sutler Outfits Yanks and Rebs Liberty Sutler Outfits Yanks and Rebs Short article which mentions the James Country Mercantile located in Liberty and specializing in Civil War era reenactment supplies. Store is owned by Jean and Del Warren and article has a photo of Mr....

322. Liberty Memorial/Museum Liberty Memorial/Museum Information concerning the memorial/museum:

Developer: Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department and the Liberty Memorial Association
Architect (memorial restoration and...
Monuments & memorials; Galleries & museums;

323. Liberty Memorial Rededication: To the Cause of Understanding and Friendship among All the World's People Liberty Memorial Rededication: To the Cause of Understanding and Friendship among All the World's People Booklet about the rededication program and description of the memorial and people surrounded in its creation. Rededicated on November 10, 1961, with General Eisenhower as speaker and main address by former...

324. Liberty Memorial Opens Annex Liberty Memorial Opens Annex Short article explaining the exhibition at the shopping center of the "monument's stockpile" of World War I memorabilia.

325. Liberty Memorial Museum Expansion Project Not Validated by National Register Nomination Liberty Memorial Museum Expansion Project Not Validated by National Register Nomination Details how the National Register of Historic Places designation of Liberty Memorial does not validate the memorial's museum expansion project currently underway.

326. Liberty Memorial Great Frieze Liberty Memorial Great Frieze Postcard image of and short article about the stone frieze carved into the north wall of the Liberty Memorial monument. The frieze measures 18 feet high and 140 feet long. It was designed by Italian sculptor... Postcards; Monuments & memorials; Friezes (Entablature components);

327. Liberty Memorial Gates Receive National Honors Liberty Memorial Gates Receive National Honors The Public Art Network of the Americans for the Arts selectd the gates at the Liberty Memorial as one of the top 40 public artworks of 2006. Located at the south entrance of the museum, the gates are called... Awards; Art; Mosaics;

328. Liberty Memorial Gains Landmark Status Liberty Memorial Gains Landmark Status The Liberty Memorial was designated a national historic landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior on September 21, 2006.

329. Liberty Memorial Exhibit Agreed Upon Liberty Memorial Exhibit Agreed Upon

330. Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection This one box, 15 folder collection contains 43 black and white photographs measuring 8" x 10" of various views of the entries that were submitted to the Liberty Memorial design contest. They are in the...

331. Liberty Memorial - A Royal Visit Liberty Memorial - A Royal Visit Prince Radu Hohenzollern-Veringen will visit the World War I museum at the Liberty Memorial on May 16, 2007. "His wife, Princess Margarita, is the granddaughter of Queen Marie of Romania, who attended...

332. Liberty Memorial 'Flame' to Return Liberty Memorial 'Flame' to Return Article announces that the steam and light flame atop the Liberty Memorial will be relighted following several months of service and upgrades. A history of the flame effect is provided along with a list... Monuments; Monuments & memorials;

333. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial Information about the Liberty Memorial: (1) shaft 217.5 feet above Memorial Court; (2) site dedicated on November 1, 1921, with Vice-President Coolidge in attendance; and (3) building dedicated on Armistice...

334. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial Describes the changes that would occur to the memorial if proposed redesigns take place.

335. 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...

336. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial

337. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial Description and history of the memorial with photos.

338. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial is 280 feet high and 342 feet above the Missouri River water line.

339. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial Reprint of a letter with an illustration of a "tower suggested for the crowning of station hill," where Liberty Memorial was later built, representing at the time the "spirit of progress" of the city.

340. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial