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1. Benefactor of Boys--Andrew Drumm: A Real Humanitarian Benefactor of Boys--Andrew Drumm: A Real Humanitarian November//1975 Photo and biographical article about Andrew Drumm (1828~1919), "a forty-niner, trail driver, banker and cattle rancher," born in Ohio, traveling to the West and Kansas before arriving in Kansas City in...

2. Boys Hotel Boys Take to Woods and Water Boys Hotel Boys Take to Woods and Water July/4/1925 Camping trip for boys in the Boys Club at 1601 Admiral Boulevard.

3. Boys' Hotel Camp School Boys' Hotel Camp School March 1, 1930 Short article about Camp Bo-Ho-Ca and the Boys' Hotel Camp School held there. The Kansas City School District provides teachers and takes care of instruction. The camp was designed for young boys associated...

4. Drumm Institute: A Helping Hand with a Closed Palm Drumm Institute: A Helping Hand with a Closed Palm Second Quarter//1953 Illustrations and article about the Andrew Drumm Institute, a school and work farm for orphaned boys (but not delinquents) "southeast of Independence, Missouri," "founded by the late Andrew Drumm, a livestock...

5. Honor Guests of the Boys: One of the Founders of [t]he Commercial Club and Two of the Youngest Guests Honor Guests of the Boys: One of the Founders of [t]he Commercial Club and Two of the Youngest Guests at the Boys Dinner June/29/1915 Photo of George Fuller, vice-president of the Fidelity Trust Company and co-founder in 1887 of the Commercial Club.

6. Jackson County Home for Negro Boys Jackson County Home for Negro Boys March 1930 Short article gives history of the Jackson County Home for Negro Boys located east of the Little Blue River between Independence and Lee's Summit. The Home, erected in 1925, is on farm land owned by Jackson...

7. McCune Home School McCune Home School March 1, 1930 Article about the McCune Home School located in conjunction with the McCune Home for Boys. School is listed with article as located seven miles northeast of Independence on Highway 24. The county court...

8. Medical Doctor Medical Doctor March/22/1935 Photo and biographical article about Dr. D. M. Nigro, "[p]erhaps the most widely known doctor in the Pendergast organization" as "director of children's diseases" for the city and former "doctor for the...

9. Memories of Old Westport Memories of Old Westport October 1924 Mention of Sidney Cunningham and Ben Cunningham as "fine, good-looking boys" as pupils at the Westport School in the 1830s or 1840s, along with Will Waldo, Henry Waldo, and Joseph Bernard.

10. Memories of Old Westport Memories of Old Westport October 1, 1924 Mention of Joseph Bernard as one of the "fine, good-looking boys" as students at Westport High School, along with Will and Henry Waldo and Sidney and Ben Cunningham. Description also of a speech by fellow...

11. People People February//1991 Photo and bio of Luther Washington, black campaign manager for Emanuel Cleaver for mayor of Kansas City, coming here from Washington, D. C. as an activist with "Camp Fire Boys & Girls."

12. Quantrill No Ruffian: T. J. Walker Remembered Him as Kindly Quantrill No Ruffian: T. J. Walker Remembered Him as Kindly March//1974 Portrait and biographical article about William Clarke Quantrill, or William Quantrill (1837-1865), "notorious Civil War guerrilla," and memories about him by Thomas Walker, "an Independence druggist many...

13. Recollections of Old Times Recollections of Old Times September//1971 Colorful story about the organization of a church Sunday School in 1854 and its troubles with illiterate "rough looking boys."

14. Retired Railroader Tells of Early Days Retired Railroader Tells of Early Days September//1970 Photo and biographical article about Turner Miller (1868-1968), "a 'dead ringer' for Billy the Kid" living in retirement "at 3308 West 71st Terrace, Prairie Village, Kansas." Description of his life and...

15. Southtown History: Where They Lived Southtown History: Where They Lived August//1985 Photos and biographical description of Vassie James Hill, or Vassie Hill (~1876-1954), a resident of southern Kansas City ("on West 52nd Street next to Loose Park") and daughter of the founder of Pembroke...

16. The Barstow School: Understanding Through Knowledge The Barstow School: Understanding Through Knowledge March 1, 2005 Short article giving a brief history of the school, its mission, curriculum, tradition, etc. The school was founded in 1884 and currently enrolls more than 620 students in preschool through 12th grade....

17. The Boys of August The Boys of August September 1979 A photo essay with text about the Chiefs training camp in the hot weather of August.

18. The Boys of Autumn: World Series 1980 The Boys of Autumn: World Series 1980 November 1980 Royals reach the World Series by beating the New York Yankees in the playoffs but lose to the Philadelphia Phillies.

19. The Boys with the Bulges. ..and the Girl Next Door The Boys with the Bulges. ..and the Girl Next Door March//1976 Article about a club with female impersonators and next to it a club with female strippers, both at about 31st and Main Streets.

20. The Boys' Dinner The Boys' Dinner April//1913 Photos and mention of James Spalding, his son George Spalding, and his grandson James Lennon Spalding.