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1. A Visit To The Poor Farm: How Jackson County Cares For Her Helpless Wards A Visit To The Poor Farm: How Jackson County Cares For Her Helpless Wards July 29, 1890 The subheading reads: "A Description of the Building and Something of the Inmates--The County Judges Contemplate Further Improvements--Two Jay Goulds Happy With Their Imaginary Riches--Some Pathetic Cases...

2. Busier than Ever, Building Away at a Mightier Kansas City--Places Where Millions Are Being Spent Busier than Ever, Building Away at a Mightier Kansas City--Places Where Millions Are Being Spent February/12/1922 Illustrations and descriptions of several buildings in Kansas City, under construction or newly completed in 1922 including the following: (1) "the immense cold storage, warehouse and ice manufacturing...

3. Corn Straight from Grist Mill Made Food for Every Table in Earlier Days Corn Straight from Grist Mill Made Food for Every Table in Earlier Days February/11/1953 File containing an article about Falling Springs Mill, "north of Alton, in Oregon County, near the southern border of the state" of Missouri, and the corn meal produced there.

4. Mr. Schlyer of Ellis: Represents a Democratic Oasis in a Republican Desert Mr. Schlyer of Ellis: Represents a Democratic Oasis in a Republican Desert December/15/1894 Portrait and biographical article about John Schlyer, a Kansas state representative in Ellis, Kansas located "out on the plains, 300 miles from the Missouri river, near old Fort Hays." Native of New York...

5. Quantrell's Raid: Hon. Sidney F. Clarke Tells of Lawrence Massacre Quantrell's Raid: Hon. Sidney F. Clarke Tells of Lawrence Massacre September 30, 2005 Sidney F. Clarke was living in Oklahoma City when a Kansas City Journal correspondent contacted him and asked him for his statement or account of Quantrill's Lawrence Massacre in 1863. In doing so Clarke...

6. Smokestack Legacy Continues to Grow Smokestack Legacy Continues to Grow January 24, 2012 Article about Diane Fiorella Marak, president of Smokestack Food Products Inc. Marak's parents founded Smokestack Barbeque in south Kansas City in 1957. The Smokestack product line includes baked beans,...

7. War Time Marine Engine Plant Is Sold War Time Marine Engine Plant Is Sold September/9/1923 Photo and caption about the "East Bottoms building 296 feet long at Guinotte and Lexington avenues, immediately north of [1st Street], one of the few structures erected here for war-time purposes." "[P]ut...