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401. Lewis Walter Keplinger Lewis Walter Keplinger Portraits and biographical article about Lewis Walter Keplinger, or Lewis Keplinger, a lawyer born in Illinois in 1841 and serving the Union in the Civil War before moving to Kansas in 1870 and to Kansas...

402. Lewis to Get Jury Trial Lewis to Get Jury Trial Photo and article about the "charges for failing to comply with city ordinances concerning 103-109 Gladstone Blvd." against landlord William Lewis for his Hillcrest Apartments there ("for rubbish and plumbing...

403. Lewis Siegfried Obituary Lewis Siegfried Obituary Obituary for Lewis Siegfried, former chief of the Kansas City Police Department dying in 1958.

404. Lewis Siegfried Obituary Lewis Siegfried Obituary Obituary for Lewis Siegfried, former chief of the Kansas City Police Department dying in 1958.

405. Lewis Recalled as Mentor to Generations of Kansas Citians Lewis Recalled as Mentor to Generations of Kansas Citians Article and obituary for Hilary M. Lewis (62), a local educator who positively influenced generations of Jewish Kansas Citians. During her 35-year educational career, Lewis served as a teacher and principal... Teachers;

406. Lewis Henry Morgan: The Indian Journals 1859-62 Lewis Henry Morgan: The Indian Journals 1859-62 Illustration of the Riverfront Area "about the way Morgan saw it" in 1859, along with recollections.

407. Lewis Fails to Appear in Court: Fire Department Shuts Down Two Buildings after Arson Brings Unsafe Conditions Lewis Fails to Appear in Court: Fire Department Shuts Down Two Buildings after Arson Brings Unsafe Conditions to New Light Photo and article about the fire at Hillcrest Apartments at 103-109 Gladstone Boulevard (at Saint John Avenue) and prosecution of their owner, William Lewis, for building code violations.

408. Lewis Deardorff Lewis Deardorff Biographical sketch of Lewis Deardorff (1830-1892), a builder, realtor, and native of Pennsylvania coming to Kansas City in 1856, "engaged in the general contracting business," with a lumber yard at 11th...

409. Lewis Clymer Lewis Clymer File contains one sheet of “see also” references and one caption with photo about Lewis Clymer, “president of the board of directors of the Carver Neighborhood Center” in Kansas City. Community centers;

410. Lewis Bogy Lewis Bogy Biographical sketch of Lewis Vital Bogy, or Lewis Bogy (1813-1877), a United States Senator from Missouri starting in 1873, involvied in the Black Hawk war in 1832 and becoming wealthy as a lawyer in 1840s,...

411. Lewis Bissell Lewis Bissell Mention of Lewis Bissell as a military ensign or captain "stationed at Fort Osage 1808-1812," presumably the same as the one "resigned in 1817," and dying in 1868, the son of Major Russell Bissell, a Revolutionary... Pioneers;

412. Lewis Baldwin Lewis Baldwin Photo and bio of Lewis Baldwin, "president of one of the largest railway systems in America, the Missouri Pacific Company," starting in 1896 in the railroad business as an engineer in Illinois, eventually...

413. Lewis B. Dougherty Lewis B. Dougherty Biographical sketches of Captain Lewis Dougherty from Liberty, Missouri, a Confederate officer in the Civil War, and his father Major John Dougherty from Virginia, locating at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,...

414. Lewis B. Dougherty Lewis B. Dougherty Copy of a letter from Lewis B. Dougherty dated from August 29, 1854, concerning the Grattan Massacre.

415. Lewis and Clark: How Did They Travel? Lewis and Clark: How Did They Travel? Breif article discussing modes of transportation utilized by the men on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

416. Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Article gives a general history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and details the events that took place during the group's stay at ''Kaw's Point'' (the mouth of the Kansas River at the Missouri River)...

417. Lewis and Clark: Remaking The American West, 1808-1838 Lewis and Clark: Remaking The American West, 1808-1838 The author reviews the impact of the lives of Lewis and Clark on U.S. affairs following their return from their famous expedition. Both lived in St. Louis until their deaths. Lewis served as Governor of... Explorers; Westward movement; Government officials; Governors;

418. Lewis and Clark: New Perspectives Lewis and Clark: New Perspectives Whole issue devoted to Lewis and Clark. Articles include the following: "A St. Louis River Map Guides The Lewis and Clark Expedition;" "Conquering The Lower Missouri;" "Lewis and Clark in Missouri Timeline;"...

419. Lewis and Clark's French Passport: A Prequel to the Corps of Discovery Lewis and Clark's French Passport: A Prequel to the Corps of Discovery This article describes the unsuccessful attempt in the 1740s of the French family Verendrye in trying to find the western route to the Pacific Ocean. The similarities between the later Lewis and Clark...

420. Lewis and Clark Voyage to Kaw Point Lewis and Clark Voyage to Kaw Point Article discusses the white settlements west of St Louis visited by Lewis and Clark in 1804. The piece is intended to refute the statement that Lewis and Clark did not see another white settlement after... Explorers;