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401. Lest We Forget Lest We Forget Review of a group show at the Kansas City Jazz Museum (later renamed the American Jazz Museum).

402. Lest the Ages Forget: Kansas City's Liberty Memorial Lest the Ages Forget: Kansas City's Liberty Memorial This book tells the story in pictures and text of the Liberty Memorial, a national monument to World War I. It brings the story up to the closing of the memorial in 1994 due to structural difficulties...

403. Lest the Ages Forget: Kansas City's Liberty Memorial Lest the Ages Forget: Kansas City's Liberty Memorial A section in this book entitled "The Memorial's Muralist" features local artist Daniel MacMorris and highlights his involvement with the murals in the Liberty Memorial.

404. Lessons Inspired from Island Trip Lessons Inspired from Island Trip Photos, illustration, and biographical article about Ralph Kiene, Jr., "a Kansas City architect who is concerned about the natural preservation of the environment" and architectural consultant to the Kansas...

405. Lessons in Finance Lessons in Finance Article discusses hiring of Linwood Tauheed by Kansas City School Superintendent Bernard Taylor to be his cchief of staff

406. Lessons from Disaster for City Government Lessons from Disaster for City Government Article concerning disaster preparation schemes for Kansas City's city government, especially in respect to flooding, with several photos from the 1951 flood.

407. Lesson Plan Lesson Plan Review of painting show at the Pedestrian Gallery.

408. Less Money to Manage, but with More Purpose Less Money to Manage, but with More Purpose Profile of Harold Bradley who recently moved to the Kauffman Foundation after 20 years as chief investment officer at American Century Investments. Article includes a chart of Kauffman Foundation investment... Saving & investment; Foundations;

409. Less Garbage in Kansas City Less Garbage in Kansas City One paragraph and a table showing the decline in garbage in Kansas City, brought about by improved methods of food preservation and garbage disposal.

410. Leslie Thornton Obituary Leslie Thornton Obituary Obituary for Leslie Thornton, Sr., founder (in 1914) and chairman of the L. M. Thornton Manufacturing Company, Incorporated until dying at the age of 77 in 1965.

411. Leslie B. Simpson Dies: Architect Founded Firm Here in 1909 Leslie B. Simpson Dies: Architect Founded Firm Here in 1909 Obituary for Leslie B. Simpson, architect and member of firm Keene & Simpson & Murray, the oldest active architectural firm in 1961. Designed Saint Luke's Hospital, the Jackson County Courthouse, various...

412. Les L. Warren Les L. Warren File contains a newsletter article with photo and biographical description of Les Warren, retiring after 48 years as "Director of Community Services for the Kansas City, Missouri, School District." Also...

413. LeRoy Thompson Obituary LeRoy Thompson Obituary Obituary for LeRoy Thompson, vice-president and dean of the Kansas City School of Watchmaking, dying at the age of 73 in 1954.

414. Leroy Robert Paige (Satchel) Leroy Robert Paige (Satchel) Biography of Leroy Paige (Satchel) (1906-1982), "one of the best pitchers in baseball history," playing for numerous teams in the early 20th century, including "the Kansas City Monarchs, leading them to... Athletes; Baseball; Baseball players;

415. Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Leonor Kretzer Sullivan File contains photos and multiple articles about Leonor Kretzer Sullivan, or Leonor Sullivan (1902-1988), a national senator of Missouri since 1952, the "first woman to be elected to Congress from Missouri,"...

416. Leonine Katz Leonine Katz Photo and bio of Leonine Isaac Katz, or Isaac Katz, chairman of the executive committee of the Katz Drug Company at 10th and Main Streets, born in Poland and emigrating to Kansas City as a fruitstand operator...

417. Leonard Waddell Leonard Waddell File containing an obituary for Leonard Waddell, "73, of 619 West [57th Street]," a realtor at 1002 Walnut Street. Native of Council Bluffs, Iowa coming to Kansas City about 1900 as a "son of Dr. J. A....

418. Leon's Thriftway Celebrating 40 Years of Service Leon's Thriftway Celebrating 40 Years of Service Article profiles Leon's Thriftway, located at 39th and Kensington, and reported to be "the nation's oldest black-owned and operated grocery store." The owner, Leon Stapleton, managed a Safeway store at... Grocery stores; Grocers;

419. Leon Rosenwald Obituary Leon Rosenwald Obituary Obituary for Dr. Leon Rosenwald, a surgeon dying at the age of 77 on April 21, 1949.

420. Leon Rosenwald Leon Rosenwald Biographical sketch of Dr. Leon Rosenwald, a physician born in New Mexico in 1872 and coming to Kansas City in 1893 "as assistant to the chair of histology, pathology and bacteriology in the University...