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381. A City's Aid in Housekeeping A City's Aid in Housekeeping Article about the regulation of the Kansas City, Kansas, city government's electrical and water plants, turned over to new commissioner L. H. Chapman, with photos and descriptions of the city's "practical...

382. A City's Fight for Beauty A City's Fight for Beauty Story of the parks and boulevards in Kansas City. Many photos of the Paseo and one of Penn Valley Park. One map of the city's parks.

383. A Civic Triumph A Civic Triumph Article about the failure of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company to gain a long-term contract with the city for a franchise on street railways.

384. A Civil Action A Civil Action Describes the making of the movie "Ride With the Devil", directed by Ang Lee, filmed in the Kansas City area.

385. A Civil Rights Champion Steps Down A Civil Rights Champion Steps Down Article announces that Kansas City civil rights pioneer Julia Hill has stepped down as an executive board member of the local branch of the NAACP. Hill served as the organization's president from 1971... Civil rights leaders;

386. A Classic goal for bank A Classic goal for bank Article describes plans for new Federal Reserve bank building near Penn Valley Park. President Thomas M. Hoenig, said the New York architectural firm of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and the Kansas City firm...

387. A Clay Countian's Letters of 1834 A Clay Countian's Letters of 1834 Copies of letters, with editorial commentary, by John Chauncey of Liberty about the conditions in Clay County, Missouri in 1834. Description of the economy, commerce and agriculture, and trouble with Joseph...

388. A Clay Landmark Goes: Razing of Campbell Mansion to End This Week A Clay Landmark Goes: Razing of Campbell Mansion to End This Week Article about the demolition of the mansion of William Campbell, ca. 1874, at the intersection of Highways 69 and 169, five miles north of Kansas City.

389. A Clean-Up Campaign That Was Different A Clean-Up Campaign That Was Different Article about the city government project to clean up the streets and public places.

390. A Close View of Some Well Known People A Close View of Some Well Known People Photo of and article by H. H. Crittenden, "a director of the Citizens' League and a frequent visitor at our national capital."

391. A Club Founder Dies A Club Founder Dies Death notice of the founder and first president of the club established in 1917 for women's Downtown meetings and luncheons.

392. A Coda to a Musical Career A Coda to a Musical Career Article profiles pianist Myrna Braverman who is retiring after 20 years as a teacher at the Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy. For the past decade she has performed with Yachad: The Traveling Tefillah Band. Braverman... Pianists; Teachers;

393. A Cold-Blooded Murder: The City Marshal of Westport Called to His Gate and Shot Down A Cold-Blooded Murder: The City Marshal of Westport Called to His Gate and Shot Down File contains an article about the murder of Westport Marshal Samuel Bucher at his home by William Gossard, or William Gossert, a telegraph operator at the Coates House Hotel, with the help of another...

394. A Collection on the Move A Collection on the Move Article summarizes the movement of materials belonging to the Marr Sound Archives from their current location to the automated storage and retrieval system added to the Miller Nichols Library in 2011.... Archives; Libraries; Librarians;

395. A Collector Extraordinaire A Collector Extraordinaire David Spivey is the subject of the Tribute section of the Remembrances column. "Born in Oklahoma, David spent most of his life in Kansas City. He was a graduate of Rockhurst High School, Central Missouri... Art dealers; Collectors;

396. A Collector's Guide to Kansas City Antique Shops: Where to Find "the Good Stuff" A Collector's Guide to Kansas City Antique Shops: Where to Find "the Good Stuff" Photos and article about antique stores in the Kansas City area.

397. A Colorful Career Comes To a Close A Colorful Career Comes To a Close Prominent Kansas City sports figure Jerry Green died August 15, 2007, at the age of 77. He was "a flamboyant Kansas City businessman who owned banks and radio stations and tried to buy the Kansas City... Business people; Radio stations; Automobile dealerships; Banks;

398. A Colorful Shop Building: First Structure Completed in Country Club Plaza Development Is Brightened A Colorful Shop Building: First Structure Completed in Country Club Plaza Development Is Brightened by American Adaptation of Spanish Motif Photos and article about "the first building to be completed in the very ambitious Country Club Plaza business development outlined in that general vicinity by the J. C. Nichols Company." Designed in "Spanish...

399. A Community Abandoned: W. W. Phelps' 1839 Letter to Sally Waterman Phelps from Far West, Missouri A Community Abandoned: W. W. Phelps' 1839 Letter to Sally Waterman Phelps from Far West, Missouri Article containing a letter written by Phelps dated May 1, 1839, as well as an analysis of the contents. Also a photograph of Phelp's house in Far West, Missouri, and of his tombstone in Salt Lake City,...

400. A Community Hidden but Close A Community Hidden but Close Discusses the culture of a group of homeless people in Kansas City.