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121. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Biographical sketch of Dr. John Day Wood, or John Wood, a "banker and physician" of Jackson County. Born in Lafayette County, Missouri in 1843 and moving to Pink Hill, Missouri in 1866 as a doctor before...

122. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Biographical sketch of Dr. William Stone Woods, or William Woods, "physician and banker" of Kansas City. Born in Columbia, Missouri in 1840 and coming to Kansas City in 1880 as a dry goods merchant and...

123. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compenium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compenium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Portrait and biographical sketch of Dr. Samuel Stanhope Harris, or Samuel Harris (1836-1899), "physician and surgeon," a native of Jackson, Missouri, in Cape Girardeau County, serving in the Civil War...

124. Felix Payne and William Thompkins Felix Payne and William Thompkins 2006 Book excerpt about Felix Payne, founder and publisher of the Kansas City American newspaper during its run from 1928 to 1941. Payne was a native of Marshall, Missouri coming to Kansas City around 1900...

125. Flavel B. Tiffany Flavel B. Tiffany 1909 Photograph of Dr. Flavel B. Tiffany, in the yearbook from University Medical College in Kansas City, Missouri, dedicated to him. Reads: "To Flavel B. Tiffany, A.M., M.D., For what he has done and for what...

126. Flavel Tiffany Flavel Tiffany 1896 Photo and bio of Dr. Flavel Tiffany, an optometrist physician born in New York in 1846 and coming to Kansas City in 1887 as a Union Civil War veteran with residence at 2457 Troost Avenue.

127. From Shamans to Specialists: A History of Medicine and Health Care in Jackson County Missouri From Shamans to Specialists: A History of Medicine and Health Care in Jackson County Missouri //1981 History of health care, mainly hospitals and doctors, in the city, starting with the Indian shamans and discussing the growth of modern medicine and Jackson County hospitals and physicians, increasing...

128. G. M. Branaman G. M. Branaman 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. G. M. Branaman, "of the Copeland & Branaman Institute," a physician in charge of the Kansas City branch since 1892, arriving then from Indiana.

129. G. W. Lilly G. W. Lilly 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. G. W. Lilly, a physician born in Illinois in 1865 and coming to Kansas City in the late 1880s.

130. George Alch George Alch 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. George Harris Alch, or George Alch, "engaged in the practice of medicine in Kansas City," born in Russia in 1867 and emigrating to Kansas City in the 1890s with offices "in the...

131. George Halley George Halley 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. George Halley, a physician and surgeon born in Canada in 1839 and coming to Kansas City about 1870 as a teaching physician at the local medical schools, with residence at 2425...

132. George Love George Love 1896 Biographical sketch of the Reverend Dr. George Love, a Westport physician and minister born in Tennessee in 1818 and coming to the Kansas City area about 1840 as a missionary for the Delaware Indians before...

133. H. A. Barber H. A. Barber 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. H. A. Barber, a physician starting as a "principal of various colleges and academies in Illinois" before arriving in Kansas City in 1880 and holding "the chair of the diseases...

134. Hannibal Bridge Opening Hannibal Bridge Opening June 26, 1905 Dr. William Wallace Dougherty attended the dedication and opening of the Hannibal Bridge in Kansas City on July 3, 1869. He recorded the event in his diary. "The Bridge is a triumphant success, five Locomotives...

135. Health Care Health Care September//1974 Almost the entire issue spotlighting health care in the city.

136. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Mentionings of Dr. Johnston Lykins "a son-in-law of [Isaac] McCoy," being appointed as a missionary to the Shawnee Baptist Mission in 1831 and erecting buildings there by 1832.

137. History of Adair County History of Adair County //1911 Photo and bios of Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, or Andrew Still (1828-1917), founder of the homeopathic medical practice of osteopathy. Native of Virginia raised in Macon County, Missouri before moving to Kansas...

138. History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri //1886 Biographical sketch of Dr. Nathan Smith, a physician born in Virginia in 1825 and moving to Sibley, Missouri in 1852 before relocating due to the Order Number 11 (living temporarily in Richmond, Missouri)...

139. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographies of two physicians, Drs. Waid Howard (born in Cooper County, Missouri, in 1822 and becoming a doctor in 1864) and Dr. James Walker, of Cooper and surrounding counties, Missouri, before and just...

140. History of Jackson County, Missouri History of Jackson County, Missouri //1881 Descriptions of Dr. Isaac Ridge, a city councilman and first city physician of Kansas City in the 1850s after arriving in 1848.