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1. George Thomas Pfeiffer George Thomas Pfeiffer January/31/1965 Obituary for George Pfeiffer, "79, of 714 West [35th Street]," a "lifelong resident of Kansas City" and World War I veteran "retir[ing] in 1956 as chief of the school library at the Kansas City public...

2. History of Pitcher School District History of Pitcher School District May/25/1961 Manuscript prepared for Pitcher School P.T.A. Meeting that gives the history of the Pitcher School, including the various locations and previous names. It is one of the oldest districts in Jackson County,...

3. Mrs. Leo Tanner Dies: Widow of Hotel Founder Was 67 Mrs. Leo Tanner Dies: Widow of Hotel Founder Was 67 February/18/1959 Obituary for "Mrs. Leo Cordelia Swearengin Tanner [or Mrs. Leo Tanner], 67-year-old widow of Andy Tanner, sr., [sic] founder and former owner of the Tanner hotel" at 917 Locust Street. Mrs. Tanner known...

4. Street to be Named After Rev. Earl Abel Street to be Named After Rev. Earl Abel November 30, 2007-December 6, 2007 In a ceremony that took place on December 9, 2007, 35th Street from Cleveland to Prospect Ave. was renamed "Earl Abel Way" in honor of Earl Abel, founding pastor of the Palestine Missionary Baptist Church...

5. The Last (Dirty) Picture Show The Last (Dirty) Picture Show January 10-16, 2013 Article describes the history of and current state of the historic Strand theatre, located near 35th Street and Troost. References are made to the Strand theatre as a mainstream motion picture theater...