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1. A Letter from Daniel Geary A Letter from Daniel Geary September//1970 Reminiscences by Daniel Geary from 1915 about the radical changes in the topography in the Town of Kansas around 1856-1859, as its early streets were built and hills graded for settlement. Description...

2. Brewhouses in Kansas City, 1850s-1919 Brewhouses in Kansas City, 1850s-1919 March-April 1987 Article about old brewhouses in Kansas City, mostly demolished or no longer in business, with photos and illustrations, including the Lemp Brewery at 20th and McGee Streets, the Kansas City Brewery at...

3. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Mention of Reverend R. S. Symington as the pastor of "the first Presbyterian church in Kansas City" held in 1857 in the parlor of the home of W. G. Barkley at the southeast corner of 3rd Street and Delaware...

4. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Mention of "the James Mansfield store" at 415 East 3rd Street as one of the few remaining antebellum houses still standing on 3rd Street.

5. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921

6. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Mention of "the old Norton house" on the east side of Grand Avenue north of 3rd Street, built before the Civil War and still standing in 1911. Uninhabited by that time and in poor condition as the death...

7. Gone but Not Forgotten: Annie, Chambers, Kansas City Madam, Dead at Age Ninety-two Gone but Not Forgotten: Annie, Chambers, Kansas City Madam, Dead at Age Ninety-two Fall//1997 Article composed of newspaper article reprints about the life and death of Annie Chambers (1842-1935), the Kansas City madam, with the given name of Mrs. Leannah Kearns, and her "1872 'mansion' of twenty-five...

8. Kansas City Macaroni Kansas City Macaroni June 1899 Located at 412-414 East 3rd Street, the Kansas City Macaroni factory is operated by J. Gargotta, Son & Company. The company manufactures varieties of spaghetti, vermicelli, macaroni, and various noodles....

9. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 Recollections about streets on the "levee," in about 1858, including the following: Grand Avenue (then called Market Street), Delaware Street, 12th Street, Walnut Street, Southwest Boulevard (then called...

10. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 One paragraph about the role of city engineer Octave Chanute in 1871 in utilitzing the bluffs in Downtown Kansas City, including grading "the hill from Grand Avenue to Broadway" to the level of 3rd Street,...

11. Market Report Market Report December/20-26/2001 Review of Succotash, 15 East 3rd Street.

12. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 One paragraph about Lott Coffman, "a versatile person in a pioneer community, serving its needs as teacher, councilman, surveyor, lawyer and justice of the peace" in the Town of Kansas.

13. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Description of Miss Artemisia Knight, the first teacher at the Knight school "in a log-house at the corner of what is now [3rd Street] and Baltimore" Avenues, with students such as Mrs. Amanda Jackson...