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1. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Raymond Barnett, "candidate for Prosecuting Attorney" of Jackson County, a winner at Stanford University of "highest honors in debating."

2. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of J. M. Burrus, a candidate for lieutenant governor of Missouri and employee of the Prudential Life Insurance Company, born near Blue Springs, Missouri in 1845, involved in the Civil War,...

3. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Charles Maiden, "candidate for County Marshal" in Jackson County and "engineer on the Frisco Lines" residing at 3838 East 60th Street in Kansas City. Born in Iowa in 1863 and coming to...

4. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of James Reynolds, "Progressive candidate for State Auditor" of Missouri. Native of Ava, Missouri becoming treasurer of Douglas County, Missouri about 1900.

5. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Lawrence Pike, "Progressive candidate for County Surveyor" and a 26-year-old former surveyor for "the firm of Tuttle & Pike."

6. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Eugene Hamilton, "the candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court, Independence Division," born in Saint Louis about 1879 and becoming a teacher and superintendent of public schools in Liberty,...

7. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Albert Nortoni, "candidate for Governor" of Missouri in 1912, born in New Cambria, Missouri, in 1867 and moving to Saint Louis as a lawyer in 1903.

8. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of John Wilson White, or John White, "candidate for State Senator, in the Fifth District" of Missouri. Born in Ohio in 1856 and moving to Johnson County, Kansas about 1881 as a teacher at...

9. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Charles Adams, "Progressive candidate for [Jackson] County Treasurer," arriving in Kansas City in 1888 and "employed by the American Express Co. for twenty years."

10. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photos and bios of Louis Knoche and Raymond Barnett, candidates for government offices in Kansas City in 1912. Description of Knoche, born in Kansas City in 1877 and becoming a bank president and farmer...

11. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Biographical sketch of Reverend James Cromer, "candidate for State Senator," arriving in Kansas City in 1884 from Ohio, building "the large church of the First Lutheran congregation."

12. Who's Who Who's Who 1912 Photo and bio of Charles Pence, "candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court," born in Indiana in 1858 and coming to Kansas City in 1889 as a lawyer.

13. Westport: 1812-1912 Westport: 1812-1912 1912 Photo and description of Colonel Alexander Doniphan, and his role in recruiting and leading several Missourians and Kansas Citians in the Mexican War.

14. Westport: 1812-1912 Westport: 1812-1912 1912 Drawing of the "old Yoacham tavern, Westport Ave. and Mill Street."

15. Westport: 1812-1912 Westport: 1812-1912 1912 Story of Colonel Doniphan's military expedition and conquests at the outset of the Mexican War in 1846.

16. Westport: 1812-1912 Westport: 1812-1912 1912 Unnumbered chapter of the book about steamboating during "Westport's golden age of the Santa Fe Trail," from the first, the "John Hancock," in 1832, to the 1860s, listing and describing several steamboats....

17. Westport: 1812--1912 Westport: 1812--1912 1912 Portrait and biographical sketch of Colonel Upton Hays (1832-1864), or Upton Hayes, a Westport businessman and Confederate officer killed in the Civil War in the Kansas City area.

18. Westport, 1812-1912 Westport, 1812-1912 1912 Description of the origins and early history of the town of Westport, Missouri as an embarkation or jumping-off point for western travels including the Santa Fe Trail especially in the 1820s-1850s, with...

19. Westport High School Herald Westport High School Herald 1912 Photo of Hale Cook and Judge W. T. Bland, et al., as members of the Board of Education.

20. Westport High School Herald Westport High School Herald 1912 Photos of J. L. Shouse ("vice-principal") and S. A. Underwood ("principal") of Westport High School in 1912.