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1. Christopher Clark Christopher Clark Book review of "God Is for Angels" by Christopher Clark, an author born in Kansas City in 1911, describing the book's cast of characters in an industrial city.

2. Dale Carnegie Dale Carnegie Information about Kansas City associations relating to Dale Carnegie, author of the best-selling self-help book "How to Win Friends and Influence People," from Maryville, Missouri.

3. Dorothy Heiderstadt Dorothy Heiderstadt Book reviews of works by Dorothy Heiderstadt, a Kansas City librarian writing about American history and prominent American historical figures.

4. Edgar Snow Edgar Snow File contains a biographical article about Edgar Snow (1905-1972), a prominent Asian journalist and native Kansas Citian writing "a prophetic and controversial book titled 'Red Star over China'" upon his...

5. Evan S. Connell, Jr. Evan S. Connell, Jr. Information about native Kansas City author Evan S. Connell, Jr., including book reviews, interviews, and photos. Descriptions of his life and writing career, calling him "the most impressive native fiction...

6. G. B. Buster G. B. Buster File containing a photo and article about G. B. Buster, winner of the 1954 Pageant Press book contest for his book "Brighter Sun," based on his grandfather's life as a slave. Buster was also a retired...

7. Howard N. Monnett Howard N. Monnett File containing a pamphlet about the book "Action before Westport" by Howard Monnett, a native and Civil War historian of Kansas City writing about the events leading up to the Battle of Westport here,...

8. Josiah Gregg Josiah Gregg Information about Dr. Josiah Gregg (1806-1850), Western author, physician, and Santa Fe trade freighter, born in Tennessee and living as a youth near Independence. Description of his career, intermittently...

9. Louis Cochran Louis Cochran Book review of "FBI Man: A Personal History," an autobiographical work by former Kansas City agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigations Louis Cochran. Tells of his day to day work.

10. Menninger Foundation Menninger Foundation Photos and information on Dr. Karl Augustus Menninger, or Karl Menninger, a psychiatrist and co-founder of the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas, in 1925 (a nationally top-ranked psychiatric hospital)...

11. Pearl Haley Patrick Pearl Haley Patrick Photo and multiple articles about Pearl Haley Patrick, or Pearl Patrick, writer of her first book ("O'po of the Omaha" about Indians) at the age of 74 with residence at 4147 Clark Avenue in Westport. Also...

12. Ralph Coe Ralph Coe Book review of "The Imagination of Primitive Man" by Ralph Coe, "curator of paintings and sculpture" on non-literary people of the world, especially American Indians, with illustrations.

13. Richard Rhodes Richard Rhodes Photos, illustrations, and information on Richard Rhodes, a writer of fiction and non-fiction on various subjects (including the culture of the Kansas City area). Born in 1937 and raised in Kansas City...

14. Ruth Mary Weeks Ruth Mary Weeks Information on Ruth Mary Weeks, or Ruth Weeks, a teacher, poet, and book author (including "Using Periodicals"). Born in Kansas City in 1886 as a daughter of Mary and Edwin Weeks with residences at 3408...

15. Sally Zamori Sally Zamori File contains book reviews of the 1950s book "Victorious Kansas City" (about the supposed benefits of suburbanization and other decentralized urbanization patterns) by Sally Zamori of Kansas City.

16. Wilbur Phillips Wilbur Phillips Review of the 1953 book "Automobile History Scrapbook No. 2" by Wilbur Phillips.

17. Will Henry Will Henry Book reviews of works by Will Henry, winner of Western book awards from the 1950s to the 1970s, born as Henry W. Allen in Jackson County about 1912.

18. William Allen White Book Award William Allen White Book Award Photos, illustrations, and information on the William Allen White Children's Book Award established in 1952 at the Kansas State Teachers College in Emporia, Kansas for children's books authors.