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341. Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Lewis and Clark Bicentennial File contains newspaper clippings, magazine and newsletter articles concerning the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial celebration 2004-06. Centennial celebrations; Explorers;

342. Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Compilation of articles that appeared in The Kansas City Star beginning May 2001 about Lewis and Clark and the Bicentennial events and celebrations.

343. Lewis and Clark at the Bend of the Missouri River 1804-06: A Spark of Kansas City Lewis and Clark at the Bend of the Missouri River 1804-06: A Spark of Kansas City Article describes the Lewis and Clark expedition experience in this area. Includes quotes from Clark's journal.

344. Lewis and Clark Art Work Lewis and Clark Art Work Examples of art work created about Lewis and Clark include: Loading the Keel Boat in St. Louis 1804 by Robert Lebron (postcard); Excellent Landing for a West Port by Ernst Ulmer (greeting card); five paintings... Art reproductions;

345. Lewis and Clark Lewis and Clark Article tells how the name change came about from the former "Intercity Viaduct" to the now "Lewis and Clark Viaduct." The name change was official as of January 25, 1969. Bridges; Names;

346. Lewis & Clark's Neglected Stretch of Discovery Lewis & Clark's Neglected Stretch of Discovery Article about the neglect in historical writings of the Missouri discoveries found in the Lewis and Clark expedition, with photos and illustrations.

347. Lewis & Clark Pioneer Adventure Lewis & Clark Pioneer Adventure Photos and article about the "AFA's [American Forests Association's] Missouri River Pioneer Adventure, an exciting float trip down 160 miles of pristine waterway" following a section of the Lewis and Clark...

348. Lewis & Clark Found Nobody Home: Pondering the Mysteries of the Indians Who Preceded the White Man in Lewis & Clark Found Nobody Home: Pondering the Mysteries of the Indians Who Preceded the White Man in Kansas City Information starting with Lewis and Clark about the history of Indians in the Kansas City area.

349. Levi L. Levering Levi L. Levering Levi L. Levering died in Kansas City, Missouri, on Friday, September 17, 1909, at the age of 78, "one of Kansas City's pioneer architects." ( From the Kansas City Star, Saturday, September 18, 1909, page...

350. Letting Down Her Guard Letting Down Her Guard Brief article about Kay Barnes, the first female mayor of Kansas City from 1999-2007. The article describes her leadership style, background and life before being elected, and her life after leaving office.... Mayors;

351. Letters--K. C.: Problems and Progress Letters--K. C.: Problems and Progress Letter by Kansas City Public Library director Richard Sealock replying to charges of poor administration from the Kansas City School Board, pointing out problems caused by spending too much on public school...

352. Letters to the Editor: We Stand Corrected Letters to the Editor: We Stand Corrected Letter to the National Municipal Review from Loren B. Miller regarding a correction to their October 1941 article on page 562, emphasizing the role of the Civic Research Institute over that of the Chamber...

353. Letters to the Editor: Mabry Hall Gets a Face-Lift Letters to the Editor: Mabry Hall Gets a Face-Lift Article estoration work on the building at 4112 Pennsylvania Avenue, once part of John McCoy's town of "West Port," along with information concerning the debate about the oldest remaining building in Westport...

354. Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor Reply to the magazine's inquiry about the location of the Palace Stables & Shoeing Shop in an earlier issue, placing the livery stable "at Westport and Main and. ..torn down to provide the building site...

355. Letters of William Carr Lane, 1819-1831 Letters of William Carr Lane, 1819-1831 Excerpted letters with comments, shedding light on life in Missouri in the 1820s and 1830s and on the character and temperament of a physician, a government official, and military officer William C. Lane....

356. Letters of the Editors Letters of the Editors Correction to the previous article about Mary Slover, noting the identity of her lawyer, John Clements.

357. Letters of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., 1855-1856 (Photostatic Reproductions) Letters of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., 1855-1856 (Photostatic Reproductions) Letters of John Brown and his son in 1855-1856 with references to the mail wagon in Westport.

358. Letters of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., 1855-1856 Letters of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., 1855-1856 Booklet of photostatic reproductions of 1932 from the original letters and other manuscripts of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., from 1855-1856, pertaining to the border warfare in Kansas and Missouri over...

359. Letters of John and Sarah Everett, 1854-1864: Miami County Pioneers (Continued) Letters of John and Sarah Everett, 1854-1864: Miami County Pioneers (Continued) Second of a two-part article of excerpted letters of the family of John and Sarah Everett from their early settlement days "in the vicinity of Osawatomie, present Miami county," Kansas, from 1854 to 1864,...

360. Letters of John and Sarah Everett, 1854-1864: Miami County Pioneers Letters of John and Sarah Everett, 1854-1864: Miami County Pioneers First of a two-part article of excerpted letters of the family of John and Sarah Everett from their early settlement days "in the vicinity of Osawatomie, present Miami county," Kansas, from 1854 to 1864,...