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341. A Change of Space A Change of Space Article describes the conversion of warehouses, lofts, and historic buildings in downtown Kansas City into condominiums and apartments.

342. A Changing Blueprint A Changing Blueprint Article describes several high-profile architectural projects of Burns & McDonnell, including large projects for the U.S. military command center. In recent years, the company expanded its portfolio to... Architecture;

343. A Charmed Life: Kansas City Ballerina Makes the Leap from Dancing to Jewelry Design A Charmed Life: Kansas City Ballerina Makes the Leap from Dancing to Jewelry Design Lauren Wright, a former professional ballerina with the Kansas City Ballet, now designs her own jewlery. She sells her work at art shows, Perfect Scents in Kansas City, and through her web site.

344. A Chat with Bishop Hogan: Kansas City's Roman Catholic Prelate Talks of Other Times A Chat with Bishop Hogan: Kansas City's Roman Catholic Prelate Talks of Other Times Portrait and biographical article about the 81-year-old Reverend John Hogan, the first Catholic bishop of the Kansas City Diocese, living at "the Episcopal residence in West Twelfth Street" and reminiscing...

345. A Chat with the Farm Editor: A Missouri Town Bounces Back after Shift in Agricultural Economy A Chat with the Farm Editor: A Missouri Town Bounces Back after Shift in Agricultural Economy Article about the economic recovery through cooperation among local businesses, government, and farmers in "Trenton, Mo., a city about 100 miles northeast of Kansas City in Grundy County," also with a...

346. A Child's Recollections of the Battle of Old Westport A Child's Recollections of the Battle of Old Westport Childhood recollections of the author (Mrs. Bridget Dixon Turgeon, or Bridget Turgeon) from the Battle of Westport in the Civil War from her father's (Hugh Dixon) grocery store at "4056 Penn Street" or...

347. A Chinaman's Obsequies A Chinaman's Obsequies Large traditional Chinese funeral for laundryman How Ah Hing with banners, red flags, Chinese orchestra, etc.

348. A Chorus Beyond Song A Chorus Beyond Song Describes the history, current status, and future of the Heartland Men's Chorus.

349. A Chronicle of Freedom A Chronicle of Freedom In-depth interview of Emiel Cleaver, son of U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II and former KC mayor. His film, called "Freedom Is Now," is about "Kansas City's oldest and most powerful African-American political... Civil rights; Motion pictures; Race discrimination; Segregation;

350. A Chronology of the Warren Durrett Big Band in Kansas City, 1945-1986 A Chronology of the Warren Durrett Big Band in Kansas City, 1945-1986 A 314 page spiral bound booklet which features local big band leader Warren Durrett. It contains 13 chapters with content arranged in chronological order. Within the pages are photocopies of newspaper...

351. A Chronology: The Struggle Against Slavery in Wyandotte County A Chronology: The Struggle Against Slavery in Wyandotte County Overview of the anti-slavery movement in Wyandotte County during the Territorial "Bleeding Kansas" era. The chronology spans from 1818 to 1861.

352. A Church Bazaar Recalls Pioneer Times Here A Church Bazaar Recalls Pioneer Times Here Article about the contribution to the early growth of the Kansas City area by the town of New Santa Fe located at present-day 125th and State Line Roads. Mentions wagon trains to the Southwest and the...

353. A Church Divided A Church Divided Church at Meyer Boulevard and Wornall Road afflicted by rift between social and spiritual aspects.

354. A Church for the Ages A Church for the Ages October 2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the Second Baptist Church, "believed to be one of the two oldest black churches in Kansas City." The congregation was first established in 1863 by slaves and... Churches;

355. A Church Leader Dies A Church Leader Dies Photo and obituary for Reverend Clarence Skinner, "71 years old, of the Reorganized Latter Day Saint church at Independence." Native of Iowa coming to Kansas City about 1929 "as bishop of the Kansas City...

356. A Cinematic Gem A Cinematic Gem Article focuses upon the history of the Plaza Grill & Cinema in Ottawa, Kansas. The theater's owner, Rita (Peach) Madl, is interviewed. Madl describes the process by which she discovered that the Plaza... Motion picture theaters; Historic buildings;

357. A Citation for Mrs. Snyder: French Government Acknowledges Aid Given to Children A Citation for Mrs. Snyder: French Government Acknowledges Aid Given to Children Photo and biographical articles (including a reprint of a Kansas City Times article from December 25, 1920) about Mrs. Lillian Ethel Snyder, or Lillian Snyder (pictured as the wife of LeRoy Snyder), "cited...

358. A City and a Business That Grew Together A City and a Business That Grew Together Bag manufacuring company at 200 Delaware Street established in 1863.

359. A City and Its Characteristics A City and Its Characteristics Brief introductory article for Henry Haskell's more in-depth examination of Kansas City, with a photo and description of William R. Nelson and the changes in Kansas City up to its Republican National Convention...

360. A City At War: The Impact of the Second World War On Kansas City A City At War: The Impact of the Second World War On Kansas City A thesis toward a master's degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (written by Fredrick Marcel Spletstoser, or Fredrick Spletstoser) on the impact of World War II on Kansas City, with information...