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141. Missouri River Traveler and Author Frustrated, Hopeful About River's Future Missouri River Traveler and Author Frustrated, Hopeful About River's Future December-January/30-5/1999-2000 Describes the author's latest book "River-Horse", and his feelings about current status and future of the Missouri River.

142. Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' May/2/1996 Article about memorials in Kansas City in general, highlighting, among others, the Charles Carroll Spalding Memorial at Penn Valley Park and the William T. Fitzsimons Memorial.

143. Muralist Comes in From the Street Muralist Comes in From the Street August 27, 2006 Artist Donald Ross, nicknamed "Scribe" is featured in this short article. He has numerous spray painted murals in Kansas City, especially in the Westport area. Ross attended the Kansas City Art Institute...

144. Murder Awaited a Wastrel Unprepared for Full Life Murder Awaited a Wastrel Unprepared for Full Life January/19/1975 Photo and book review of "The Mullendore Murder Case" by Jonathan Kwitny about the life and death by murder of Eugene Mullendore III (ca. 1938-1970), a rich cattle ranch owner "of Osage County, Oklahoma,...

145. Mystery Writer Finds a Beloved Character: Kansas Mystery Writer Finds a Beloved Character: Kansas April 16, 2006 Three-time Edgar Award nominee, Pickard has won the Anthony Award for a short story, the Macavity Award for Marriage is Murder . . . and two Agatha Awards. Her new book, Virgin of Small Plains, takes place...

146. Negro League Games No Easy Task for Umpire Negro League Games No Easy Task for Umpire June 29-July 5, 2007 Article profiling former Negro Leagues umpire Bob Motley and a book he recently co-authored with his son, Byron, titled "Ruling Over Monarchs, Giants & Stars: Umpiring in the Negro Leagues & Beyond." Motley,...

147. New Book Chronicles Harzfeld's New Book Chronicles Harzfeld's November 27, 2009 Profile of local authors Joe and Michele Boeckholt and their new book titled "Harzfeld's: A Brief History." The Boeckholts--both designers by trade--first became interested in Harzfeld's when they acquired...

148. New Book on Christ by a Kansas Citian New Book on Christ by a Kansas Citian February/6/1954 File containing a book review of "The Indescribable Christ" by Charles Rolls (a resident of Kansas City at 3244 Pennsylvania Street), about the various titles of Jesus Christ.

149. Newspaper Circulation Handbook by Rucker Newspaper Circulation Handbook by Rucker August/2/1958 File containing a book review of "Newspaper Circulation" by Frank Rucker, former "co-publisher of the Examiner in Independence," Missouri for 30 years.

150. Noted Lawyer Dies at 96 Noted Lawyer Dies at 96 November/13/1971 Obituary for Samuel Trusty who was a trial and appellate lawyer in Kansas City from 1917 until 1966. He also authored a book and wrote numerous articles. He was a member of the law firm of Trusty, Pugh...

151. Novel by an Independence Woman Novel by an Independence Woman January/4/1958 File containing a photo (of the author) and review of "Return unto Me," a religious book by Addie Spaulding Stowell, or Addie Stowell of Independence, Missouri.

152. Novel of Courage by Independence Woman Novel of Courage by Independence Woman File containing a book review of "It Came to Pass" by Olive Webster Roberts, or Olive Roberts, a local novelist.

153. One O'Clock Jump Skips a Beat or Two One O'Clock Jump Skips a Beat or Two January 22, 2006 Review of the book One O'Clock Jump, by Douglas Henry Daniels (Beacon Press, 2005). The book argues that Oklahoma City is often unfairly overlooked as a birthplace of jazz, in favor of Kansas City.

154. Our Criminal Past Our Criminal Past October 17, 2010 Four excerpts from a new book by Monroe Dodd, "Kansas City Crime Central," that "surveys more than 30 of the metro area's most compelling crimes dating from the Civil War into the 21st century." The four...

155. Overcoming Racism in KC Overcoming Racism in KC August 13, 2006 Book review of "Take Up the Black Man's Burden: Kansas City's African American Communities 1865-1939" by Charles E. Coulter, an editor at The Kansas City Star.

156. Panel Bans Mobster From State Casinos Panel Bans Mobster From State Casinos February 24, 2005 Carl Angelo "Tuffy" DeLuna, age 77, has been barred from Missouri's riverboat casinos. DeLuna was released from federal prison in 1998, doing time for multiple racketeering activities in the 1970s and...

157. Pastor Is Author of Book Pastor Is Author of Book January/16/1954 File containing a review of "God's Miracle of Marriage," a book by Reverend O. W. Stanbrough, "pastor of the First Regular Baptist church" in Kansas City and married for 50 years.

158. Pastor Is Author of Book Pastor Is Author of Book January/16/1954 File containing a review of "God's Miracle of Marriage," a book by Reverend O. W. Stanbrough, "pastor of the First Regular Baptist church" in Kansas City and married for 50 years.

159. Peace Officer's Long Career Bridged Era from Cow Towns to Gangsters Peace Officer's Long Career Bridged Era from Cow Towns to Gangsters May 21,1949 Book review of "Marshal of the Last Frontier" by Zoe Tilghman about her father, William Matthew Tilghman, or William Tilghman (1854-1923 ca.), "[50] years a peace officer on the old frontier." Native of...

160. Pendleton Heights Captures Then and Now in New Book Pendleton Heights Captures Then and Now in New Book September 21, 2011 Article describes a new book published by the Pendleton Heights Neighborhood Association featuring "then" and "now" photos of 83 homes and businesses. Local photographer David Remley captured current images...