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401. Big League Big Bucks: Chiefs Big League Big Bucks: Chiefs Salaries of leading Chiefs players.

402. A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri Illustrations and descriptions of the award-winning designs for the memorial located at Penn Valley Park.

403. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. Biographical sketch of Frank Deardorff, a native of the Kansas City area taking over as president of the family lumber business in 1884, moving its location to the former Deardorff Building in 1885, then...

404. A Drive to Bear His Name A Drive to Bear His Name Article about the funeral for August R. Meyer and considerations for streets to bear his name.

405. A Mexican Family Affair A Mexican Family Affair Review of La Familia.

406. Field of Dreams Field of Dreams Photos and article about HNTB, formerly known under individual names Howard Needles Tammen & Bergendoff. One of the three firms that shaped sports facility design throughout the world.

407. A National Register Update A National Register Update Update of the National Register after the one-year hiatus of the organization, with two residential districts and two buildings.

408. Federal Government Invests in Historic Northeast Federal Government Invests in Historic Northeast The Social Security Administration is building a new state-of-the art structure on Independence Boulevard in the Northeast area of the city. The building will sit on the southwest corner of Independence...

409. A Place of Beauty A Place of Beauty History of Tower Grove Park in Saint Louis, given to the city as a garden park by Englishman Henry Shaw in 1868, with photos and description of its planning and horticulture.

410. Far-Ranging Museum Pioneers: Two Who Served Kansas City Win Wide Acclaim Far-Ranging Museum Pioneers: Two Who Served Kansas City Win Wide Acclaim Photos and descriptions of John Forbes and Kenneth Prescott, the first and second directors of the Kansas City Museum. Description of Prescott as captain of PT109 during its rescue of John F. Kennedy during...

411. A Scholarly Lecture: W. Howard Adams Speaks to Friends of UMKC Library on 'Jefferson Our First Architect' A Scholarly Lecture: W. Howard Adams Speaks to Friends of UMKC Library on 'Jefferson Our First Architect' Account of the speech given by W. Howard Adams, former president of the Jackson County Historical Society and national authority on landscape architecture, about the claims of Thomas Jefferson as the nation's...

412. Father Bernard Donnelly Father Bernard Donnelly Copy of the diary of Father Bernard Donnelly (ca. 1800-1880).

413. A Reporter at Large: The War in Kansas A Reporter at Large: The War in Kansas Extracts from an extensive article about the effects of the Vietnam War in the state of Kansas (written by former Kansas Citian author Calvin Trillin) with descriptions of Kansas City and nearby Lawrence,...

414. A Salute to Small Business A Salute to Small Business Photos and article about Gould Evans Associates, ranked fourth fastest-growing architectural firm in the world by World Architecture magazine.

415. A Painterly Escape: Escape as an Artist for a Day in Historic Arrow Rock A Painterly Escape: Escape as an Artist for a Day in Historic Arrow Rock Photo and article about the town of Arrow Rock, Missouri as a tourist site for Kansas Citians. Information about the town's Lyceum Theater (pictured) and 19th century Missouri artist George Caleb Bingham....

416. A Song Fit for The King A Song Fit for The King On the 26th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley, this article recalls the first song recorded by Presley, My Happiness. The lyrics were written by Kansas Citian Betty Peterson Blasco.

417. Federal Aid to Kansas City Federal Aid to Kansas City

418. A Resurgence on Twelfth Street A Resurgence on Twelfth Street Photo and article about "the Resurgence Plan for the 12th Street Corridor" led by the "Twelfth Street Heritage Development" and involving "[t]he historic apartment buildings lining the west side of the...

419. A School That Once Was A School That Once Was Author describes his experiences as a student at Southwest High School, located at 65th and Wornall. Article includes a description of an "unwritten caste system" that existed in the school's first four...

420. A Conversation with . . . Roshann Parris A Conversation with . . . Roshann Parris Profile of Roshann Parris, the 2005 Greater Kansas City Chamber ATHENA Award honoree. Founder of the public relations firm Parris Communications, Parris worked on the staff of First Lady Hillary R. Clinton...