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401. About the West: Kansas Abolitionists Fight Confederates in Missouri About the West: Kansas Abolitionists Fight Confederates in Missouri Photos, illustrations, map, and biographical article about Jared Barnes (1834-1916), "an avowed Free-Stater" moving from his native New York to Kansas Territory in 1857 and serving as a Union officer in...

402. About Town About Town Illustration and description of "a police dog," owned by Mr. and Mr. Dean Green, 1027 Romany road" in Kansas City, with traits similar to those of Jim the Wonder Dog such as understanding spellings of...

403. About Town About Town Description of John Parks, "art instructor at the University of Kansas, who recently completed an elaborate decoration at Sidney's restaurant on Linwood boulevard." Description of his "mural depict[ing]...

404. Abilene: A Detour off I-70 Brings You to The City of the Plains Abilene: A Detour off I-70 Brings You to The City of the Plains Article describes historic and other attractions in Abilene, Kansas, the boyhood home of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and the end of the Chisholm Trail.

405. Abolitionist Movement Abolitionist Movement Section about the abolitionist movement in Missouri and Kansas, especially the so-called "Underground Railroad," a system for secretly transporting slaves to freedom, starting in the 1840s and featuring...

406. 'Sporting House' History: Opulence to Backroom 'Sporting House' History: Opulence to Backroom Illustrations and biographical article (second in a five-part series) about the history of prostitution in Kansas City back to the 1870s madame Annie Chambers and progressing through the wide-open 1930s...

407. Fidelity Building Fidelity Building File contains photos and information on the Fidelity Building or the Fidelity Bank Building, a 32-story early Kansas City skyscraper built in 1932 at 911 Walnut Street on the site of the old Post Office...

408. Extreme Makeover, FYI Edition Extreme Makeover, FYI Edition The Kansas City Star announced the redesign of the FYI section of the newspaper, a partial result of the brand-new presses in their new building. The size will be smaller and photos crisper. Other changes...

409. About Town: Kansas Citian to Head Seattle Navy Activities About Town: Kansas Citian to Head Seattle Navy Activities Photo and biographical article about "Kansas City-born Captain Harry F. Bryant, Jr.," or Harry Bryant, Jr., the new commander of the Naval Support Activity headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

410. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War Battles and Leaders of the Civil War Portrait of John Marmaduke, a Confederate general and later governor of Missouri.

411. Dr. H. Lewis Hess Dies: Physician Had Been Ill More than Two Years Dr. H. Lewis Hess Dies: Physician Had Been Ill More than Two Years Photo and obituary for Dr. H. Lewis Hess, "a leading orthopedic surgeon here many years," a native of Ohio coming to Kansas City "as a young man" and starting his practice in 1909 at Saint Joseph Hospital....

412. About Town: History Made Personal About Town: History Made Personal

413. A. R. Meyer's Condition A. R. Meyer's Condition Short article about the hospitalization and subsequent death of August Meyer (1851-1905), the "father" of the park and boulevard system.

414. 'Bird and the Architects of Tomorrow 'Bird and the Architects of Tomorrow Article describes an effort by the steering committee of the Kaw valley Arts Council and a group of University of Kansas Architecture students to create a Charlie Parker Memorial Park in Kansas City, Kansas....

415. A. Louis Michaels A. Louis Michaels Biographical sketch of Dr. A. Louis Michaels, "a physician and surgeon of fiteen years' successful practice in Kansas City," born in Illinois in 1854.

416. ''A Stitch in Time'' Premieres Friday ''A Stitch in Time'' Premieres Friday The story of dress manufacturer Nell Donnelly Reed is captured in a new book and documentary film produced by her great great nephew Terence Michael O'Malley. The film is entitled "Nelly Don: A Stitch...

417. A. G. Ellet Secures Control of Ellet-Kendall Shoe Co. A. G. Ellet Secures Control of Ellet-Kendall Shoe Co. History of the Ellet-Kendall Shoe Company, established in 1867 as the W. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Company by "the late William W. Kendall [or William Kendall) and Jemuel C. Gates," absorbed in 1901 by...

418. A. J. Stephens A. J. Stephens File contains a biographical article with illustrations about A. J. Stephens (ca. 1889-1980), millionaire owner of the Basswood estate near Liberty, Missouri. Manufacturer of rubber at Truman and Chestnut...

419. 'Organ Crawl' And Open House at Six St. Joseph Churches 'Organ Crawl' And Open House at Six St. Joseph Churches Article on tour by American Guild of Orgnists provides brief descriptions of six St. Joseph churches.

420. Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State Chapter of the book portraying Confederate General Sterling Price as the villain that Kansans beat back with Missouri Unionists at the Battle of Westport, interspersed with quoted observations from those...