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401. Biography of Governor Andrew H. Reeder Biography of Governor Andrew H. Reeder Biographical article about Andrew Horatio Reeder, or Andrew Reeder (1807-1864), "first Governor of Kansas Territory" and a native of Pennsylvania partly known for his hiding out in Kansas City from pro-slavery...

402. 1st & 2nd Confederate Brigades 1st & 2nd Confederate Brigades

403. Art and Artists: Long Work toward a Clear Style Art and Artists: Long Work toward a Clear Style Biographical article about Kansas City painter Daniel Brennan from New York, with a photo of him with one of his paintings at the Lawrence Gallery.

404. Auditorium Theater Auditorium Theater

405. August Meyer August Meyer Biographical sketch of August Meyer, "President of the United Chemical and Zinc Company" in Kansas City. Description of his life and career, born in Saint Louis, Missouri, in 1851 and gaining wealth as...

406. 19th National Convention: The Republican Party, Kansas City, June 12, 1928 [and] Hoover the Nominee 19th National Convention: The Republican Party, Kansas City, June 12, 1928 [and] Hoover the Nominee Illustrations and articles about the 1928 Republican National Convention in Kansas City, nominating Herbert Hoover (later elected) for President of the United States at Convention Hall.

407. Art Art Referred to as "one of the finest art museums in America," with some history and description of its holdings.

408. Bartle Hall Chief Takes an Unconventional Approach Bartle Hall Chief Takes an Unconventional Approach The executive director of Kansas City's Convention and Entertainment Center is 51-year-old Oscar McGaskey. He oversees Bartle Hall, Municipal Auditorium Arena and the Music Hall. McGaskey had previously...

409. 19th in Population, First in. .. 19th in Population, First in. .. Full page ad for Kansas City, expounding upon its national rankings, mainly dealing with grain production.

410. Around Town: David Naster's Funny Business Around Town: David Naster's Funny Business Photo and biographical article about David Naster, referred to as "Kansas City's king of comedy" and "Kansas City's best-known comic, a high-energy comedian who's performed for ten years on local stages...

411. Armourdale honors Hispanic businesses. Armourdale honors Hispanic businesses. Article about Armourdale Renewal Associations awards to Reyna's Bakery, Taqueria Mexico and Bernardino Bravo.

412. Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area File containing a nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places Inventory, from July 1983, for the Richilieu Apartments on Armour Boulevard, with photos and maps.

413. Arly L. Hedrick Bridge and Troost Lake Marker Arly L. Hedrick Bridge and Troost Lake Marker The column "Postcards of Historic Northeast" features the Arly L. Hedrick Bridge as seen in 1921 at 27th Street. The bridge was built in 1919 in Troost Park by the firm of Hedrick & Hedrick and is now...

414. Area Veterans Recall Pearl Harbor Attack Area Veterans Recall Pearl Harbor Attack Article featuring interviews with Jess Dunnagan, Jack Carson, and Dorwin Lamkin, area veterans who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Dunnagan, Carson, and Lamkin detail their experiences...

415. Area News Roundup Area News Roundup

416. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) Short architectural biography of Kansas City architect Walter C. Root, 1859-1925, listing his major works, including the Scarritt Building and the Cass County Courthouse.

417. Arabians on Bluegrass Arabians on Bluegrass Biographical article about Walter Ross, breeder of Arabian horses at his Missouri ranch called Graceland on the site of Order Number 11's issuance "twenty-two miles southeast of Kansas City; only a few...

418. Archaeology: Spanish Chain Mail Unearthed in Kansas Archaeology: Spanish Chain Mail Unearthed in Kansas Article about the discovery of "badly-rusted Spanish chainmail in Kansas" by "Dr. Waldo R. Wedel of the Smithsonian Institution," suspected of being former property of "Coronado's treasure-hunting army"...

419. Architecture in Early Missouri Architecture in Early Missouri Photos (of several architecturally important buildings of early Kansas City) and article about architecture in Missouri up to the 1920s.

420. Arts and Drafts Arts and Drafts Review of Mosaic Bistro, Wine Bar and Mediterranean Market.