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401. Let the Good Times Roll Let the Good Times Roll Large photos and article about Kansas City's primary urban identity as a transportation center or "depot city." History of the Kansas City area back to the Ice Age through the building of the Hannibal...

402. Let the Chips Fall Let the Chips Fall Discusses the sexual offenses perpetrated by an official with Guy's Snack Foods against the daughter of a company employee.

403. Let Me Off at Webster Groves Let Me Off at Webster Groves Article about the Saint Louis suburban town of Webster Groves, Missouri, describing its old railroad stations, historic homes, bountiful trees, and general history, with illustrations and reproduced paintings....

404. Let Kansas City Show Us Let Kansas City Show Us Portrait and biographical article about President Herbert Hoover and his planned presidential campaign to Kansas City in 1928.

405. Let Icons Be Icons Let Icons Be Icons Article describes plans for a development on the West Edge of the Country Club Plaza that will be home to both Bernstein-Rein Advertising and the Museum of Advertising Icons. The 2.4 acre site along 48th...

406. Let Building's History Shine, Board Urges Let Building's History Shine, Board Urges The Kansas City Museum Advisory Board has issued a report recommending that Corinthian Hall should be renovated and restored to its early 20th century appearance. While it would still serve as a museum,...

407. Lester M. Dean, Sr. Lester M. Dean, Sr. Obituary for Lester M. Dean, Sr., who was born December 7, 1921 and died October 30, 2005. He founded over 21 companies during his lifetime including Dean Operations with Dean Realty and Dean Machinery...

408. Lester Graham Dies Following Extended Illness Lester Graham Dies Following Extended Illness Vertical file contains a biographical article with photo about Matthew Grant, "assistant cashier of Dougass State bank." He was a native of Kansas City, Kansas later serving in the military in World War...

409. Lester Goldman Remembered as Teacher, Friend and Artist Lester Goldman Remembered as Teacher, Friend and Artist Lester Goldman, a professor at the Kansas City Art Institute, died September 24, 2005, at the age of 63. He had taught in the painting department at the Art Institute for 38 years. His recent sculpture...

410. Lester Goldman Lester Goldman Interview with artist and Kansas City Art Institute professor, Lester Goldman. His show, Issachar's Surveillance, is currently at KCAI Crossroad's Gallery.

411. Lester Dent Lester Dent Information about Lester Dent (1904-1959), alias Kenneth Robeson, the creator of the pulp fiction hero Doc Savage, the subject of a 1975 movie and various comic books, etc. Photos, illustrations, and description...

412. Lest We Forget: James M. Greenwood, Missouri's Greatest Contribution to Public Education Lest We Forget: James M. Greenwood, Missouri's Greatest Contribution to Public Education Photo and biographical article about "James Mickleborough Greenwood," or James Greenwood, superintendent of schools in Kansas City, a former mathematics teacher in Kirksville, Missouri, and native of Illinois...

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

414. 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...

415. 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.

416. 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...

417. 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

418. 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.

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

420. 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;