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121. Making Medicine Against ''White Man's Side of Story'' Making Medicine Against ''White Man's Side of Story'' Winter 2000 The subject of this article concerns the letters that George Bent, son of trader William Bent, sent to Indian historian George Hyde and used in his book Life of George Bent: Written From His Letters. Also...

122. Mane Museum: A Collection of Jewelry and Wreaths Made of Hair Weaves Art and History Mane Museum: A Collection of Jewelry and Wreaths Made of Hair Weaves Art and History Spring//1998 Article about Leila's Hair Museum in Independence, a storehouse of wreaths made of hair as art works, a practice ending "in the 1900s," with photos.

123. Marion Sloan Russell Interview, 1933 Marion Sloan Russell Interview, 1933 May, 2005 Text of a 1933 WPA interview with Marion (Marian) Sloan Russell, whose travels on the Santa Fe Trail were immortalized in the book Land of Enchantment (University of New Mexico Press, 1954, MVSC 917.8...

124. Mary Noel Grant Mary Noel Grant June 9, 2007 The "Name Dropping" column features Mary Noel Grant, honorary chairman of the Jewell Ball this year. She is the daughter of Joseph and Bernice Noel. Her father served as the mayor of Lee's Summit, Missouri,...

125. Media: More Sound than Fury in Murphy-Merz War Media: More Sound than Fury in Murphy-Merz War April 1979 Photo and biographical article about Mike Murphy, a radio talk show host on KFIX-FM 106 starting in 1979 and formerly on KMBZ-AM 980 for ten years. Discussion of his "long on-the-air association with Mayor...

126. Missouri Biographies: William T. Anderson, the Bloodiest Man of the Civil War Missouri Biographies: William T. Anderson, the Bloodiest Man of the Civil War Summer 2000 Photo, illustrations, and biographical article about William Anderson, or Bloody Bill Anderson (ca. 1838-1864), a Confederate guerrilla in Missouri and Kansas during the Civil War.

127. Missouri Generals: Traces of Their Legacy Dot The State's Landscape Missouri Generals: Traces of Their Legacy Dot The State's Landscape April 2007 A look at Missouri's five most famous generals: Alexander "Will" Doniphan, Sterling Price, Ulysses S. Grant, John J. Pershing, and Omar N. Bradley. Based on the author's book "Five Stars: Missouri's Most...

128. Missouri Remembered Missouri Remembered May-June//1973 Photos and biographical article about Missouri author John Neihardt with excerpts from his forthcoming book, "All Is but a Beginning." Description of Kansas City from his 1891 visit here including places...

129. Missouri River History Missouri River History August/27/1903 Review of Hiram Martin Chittenden's book, "History of Early Steamboat Navigation of the Missouri River," pointing out the "careful and studious. ..[and] comprehensive" scope of the book's coverage of the...

130. Missouri River History Missouri River History August/27/1903 Book review of Hiram Martin Chittenden's book, "History of Early Steamboat Navigation on the Missouri River," centering "around the life of Joseph La Barge, the famous navigator and Indian trader," describing...

131. Missouri Women in History: Mary Easton Sibley Missouri Women in History: Mary Easton Sibley October 1966 Biography of Mary Easton Sibley, "the first American woman to establish a home in Jackson County and. ..the cofounder of Lindenwood College, St. Charles," Missouri, with her husband, George.

132. Much Research for 'Westering Man' Done in Archives Much Research for 'Westering Man' Done in Archives July-September//1983 Book review of "Westering Man" by Bil Gilbert about Joseph Walker (1798-1876), prominent mountain man and "first Sheriff of Jackson County, Missouri." Description of much of the book's research being done...

133. My Indignation. ..My Shame My Indignation. ..My Shame February/1/1935 Article about the election frauds in Kansas City government, with a photo of fraudulent signatures in a precinct book and a photo of Gil Bourk, promoter of "permanent registration."

134. My Memories of Judge Jules Edgar Guinotte My Memories of Judge Jules Edgar Guinotte November//1963 Photo and biographical article about Judge Jules Edgar Guinotte, or Jules Guinotte (1855-1935), from reminiscences by the author, Jules's granddaughter. Description of his life and career, born "in the...

135. Nearest by Air to Everywhere: Aviation Promotion in Kansas City: 1925-1931 Nearest by Air to Everywhere: Aviation Promotion in Kansas City: 1925-1931 July 1972 Thorough discussion of subject matter, referring to Louis Holland as the local aviation movement's leader.

136. News from the Clendening News from the Clendening Winter//1998 Article about the University of Kansas Medical Center's Clendening Library and its recent renovation and rare book acquisitions.

137. No Stranger Here: 'Commerce of the Prairies' Author Has Link No Stranger Here: 'Commerce of the Prairies' Author Has Link March//1974 Portrait and biographical article about Dr. Josiah Gregg (1806-1850), "a Santa Fe trader, an explorer, a linguist, a botanist, and a doctor of medicine" native to Tennessee, writing a book about his travels...

138. Our Birthday Our Birthday December 1, 1929 The Kansas City Public Library was 56 years old on Thursday, December 5, and in honor of the occasion the first week of December was known as Know-Your-Library-Week. This institution began December 5,...

139. Over the Santa Fe Trail through Kansas in 1858 Over the Santa Fe Trail through Kansas in 1858 November//1948 Translated chapters from the autobiographical book by Heinrich Balduin Mollhausen, or Heinrich Mollhausen recalling his 1858 journey from Santa Fe to Leavenworth, Kansas along the Santa Fe Trail, encountering...

140. Pembroke-Country Day into Fortieth Year Pembroke-Country Day into Fortieth Year September/22/1950 Photo and article about "the Pembroke-Country Day School" and the book being written about its history by "Cecil Coad, oldest in years of service on the Pem-Day faculty." Started at the Wornall home and...