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1. Alexander W. Doniphan Is Honored Alexander W. Doniphan Is Honored 2009 The majority of this issue is about Alexander W. Doniphan. It begins with a list of numerous places and things named for Doniphan and continues with transcribed extractions from newspapers about the Doniphan...

2. April Fool! April Fool! April, 2005 Thirty-nine brief, satirical news items related to Kansas City area issues, organizations, and celebrities intended to celebrate April Fool's Day, 2005.

3. CBS Television Comes to Kansas City--with WHB-TV on Channel 9 CBS Television Comes to Kansas City--with WHB-TV on Channel 9 Third Quarter//1953 Issue of the magazine filled with photos and articles about the history of the magazine (Swing), the WHB-AM radio station and its numerous employees and personalities (both local and national celebrities...

4. Celebrity Celebrations Celebrity Celebrations Holiday 2004 Article profiles the holiday activities of prominent Kansas Citians.

5. Celebrity Celebrations Celebrity Celebrations Holiday Issue 2005 Six brief profiles of Kansas City celebrities and their family activities during the winter holidays. The celebrities profiled are William Whitener of the Kansas City Ballet; baseball legend Buck O'Neil;...

6. Celebrity Celebrations Celebrity Celebrations Holiday Issue 2003 Article profiles the holiday activities of several prominent Kansas Citians, including weatherman Brian Busby, Mayor Kay Barnes, Chief's long snapper Kendall Gammon, television personality Cynthia Smith,...

7. Henry Armstrong Henry Armstrong January-February//1980 Biographical article about Henry Armstrong, an African-American boxer from Mississippi, growing up in Saint Louis, and boxing professionally starting in 1930, involved with several national celebrities...

8. Homegrown: J. Kent Barnhart Homegrown: J. Kent Barnhart March 2002 Brief biographical sketch, with photograph, of J. Kent Barnhart, a multi-talented entertainer who grew up in Raytown and attended the UMKC Conservatory of Music.

9. New Look, New Life for Bellerive Hotel New Look, New Life for Bellerive Hotel September-October//1982 Photo and article about the renovated of the Bellerive Hotel, "once the 'jewel in the crown of fashionable high-rise apartments and hotels located on Armour Boulevard," built in 1922 and being redeveloped...

10. Six Degrees of Kansas Six Degrees of Kansas Summer 2006 Article describes visits and connections to Kansas by various famous people, including actors, politicians, sports figures, and writers. Celebrities whose Kansas connections are examined include Truman...

11. Super Bowl Sunday: How Come the Purple Pooped Out? Super Bowl Sunday: How Come the Purple Pooped Out? February//1970 Story of the Chiefs' Super Bowl and its associated festivities and celebrities in attendance.

12. The Host City: A Touch of Class in the Heartland The Host City: A Touch of Class in the Heartland August/30/1976 Photos and article about the 1976 Republican National Convention in Kansas City and the many events and personalities involved. Description of prominent national and local politicians, journalists and...

13. The Witty, Wacky World of Al Hirschfeld The Witty, Wacky World of Al Hirschfeld March-June//1977 Photos, illustrations (caricatures by the artist), and biographical article about Al Hirschfeld, a "74-year-old world-renowned caricaturist" specializing in drawings of movie personalities and other celebrities....

14. Unity Temple on the Plaza Celebrates 50 Years Unity Temple on the Plaza Celebrates 50 Years December 2000 Short article about the history of the Unity Temple on the Country Club Plaza, celebrating its 50th anniversary. The Unity Society first purchased the land in 1929 and the building was completed in 1950....

15. Where Have All the Lively Ones Gone? Where Have All the Lively Ones Gone? May, 2005 List, including brief descriptions, of 21 colorful Kansas Citians, no longer highly visible in the community, who "made us chuckle," and "who gave Kansas City a personality."

16. Word of Mouth: Repasts Past Word of Mouth: Repasts Past March//1994 Article about restaurants of the past in Westport and Downtown, visited by various celebrities such as Harry Truman, Joe DiMaggio, Liberace, Carole Lombard, Lyndon Johnson, Mickey Mantle, Nelson Eddy,...