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1. $1 Million Makes a Big Difference $1 Million Makes a Big Difference August 15, 2007 The Black Archives of Mid-America will have a new home at a former park maintenance building at 17th Street and Woodland Avenue. The building already houses the Full Employment Council, but needs structural...

2. A New Heritage of Frustrations A New Heritage of Frustrations November 24, 2013 Article summarizes the current state of the 18th & Vine Jazz District redevelopment plan and problems that have held back its progress. Emanuel Cleaver, Ollie Gates, Troy Schulte, and other interested...

3. A New Home for Black Archives A New Home for Black Archives January 3, 2011 The newly renovated Parks and Recreation building, the former Parade Park Maintenance Building at 1722 E. 17th Terrace in the 18th and Vine district, has been completed for the home of the Black Archives...

4. Black Archives Seeks to Continue Momentum of Jazz District with Revival of Boone Theater Black Archives Seeks to Continue Momentum of Jazz District with Revival of Boone Theater August 30-September 5, 2013 Article summarizes plans to restore the Boone Theater, a historic building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located at the corner of 18th & Vine Streets. Dr. Doretha K....

5. Grand Opening for Black Archives Grand Opening for Black Archives June 12, 2012 The Black Archives of Mid-America reopened on June 16, 2012 at it's new location at 1722 E. 17th Terrace, in the 18th and Vine District. "The archives shut down in 2006, effectively sealing its collections...

6. Ground Broken for Black Archives Ground Broken for Black Archives December 5, 2007 Ground was broken on December 4, 2007, for the new home of the Black Archives of Mid-America. "About $4.6 million in city funds is being used to renovate a former park maintenance building at Parade Park...

7. Horace Peterson Horace Peterson April 26, 1981 A biographical article about Horace Peterson, "executive director of the Black Archives, a home for minority papers and photographs that, since 1974, when Peterson launched the project, has existed principally...

8. Memorabilia from Local Basketball Legend Warren Jabali Donated to Black Archives Memorabilia from Local Basketball Legend Warren Jabali Donated to Black Archives August 22-28, 2014 Article announces that Mary Beasley, wife of the late Warren Edward Armstrong (Jabali), has donated her husband's collection of basketball memorabilia to the Black Archives of Mid-America. The collection...

9. Money Crunch For Black Archives Money Crunch For Black Archives June 15, 2005 The Black Archives of Mid-America is no longer getting the previous funding from the city to keep it operating properly. Established in 1974 from a grant through Horace Peterson, the current executive...

10. Striving to Save Pieces of Past Striving to Save Pieces of Past August 18, 2006 Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon held a meeting on Thursday, August 18, 2006, concerning the fate of the Black Archives of Mid-America. Community leaders gathered to discuss the future of this treasure...

11. They'll Lead the Way They'll Lead the Way January 9, 2007 In Steve Penn's Commentary column are listed the new board members for the Black Archives of Mid-America Inc. The names include: Barbara Peterson (widow of the founder Horace Peterson), Nolen Ellison,...