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1. A Day with Dan Casement A Day with Dan Casement September 1, 1949 Author tells of his visit with rancher Dan Casement who lived in the "rich bottom lands of the Big Blue, near Manhattan, Kas." Includes an aerial view of the Juniata Farm in the Kansas Flint Hills.

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3. Dan D. Casement: Viking on a Sea of Grass Dan D. Casement: Viking on a Sea of Grass December//1959 Biographical article making up the entire issue on Dan Dillon "Deever" Casement, or Dan Casement (1868-1953), of Kansas, a "cowboy, stockman, philosopher, soldier, author, individualist, railroad builder...

4. Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Kansas City Live Stock Exchange February/23/1947 Cartoon illustration of the intersection in front of the Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Building at 16th and Genesee Streets with caption about the livestock industry's prominent economic role in Kansas...

5. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town 1952 Photo and bio of Fred Olander (dressed as a cowboy), partner of the National Livestock Company and former president of "the National Live Stock Exchange" in 1926. Born in Kansas City, Kansas in 1894 and...

6. SC167 Kansas City Stockyards SC167 Kansas City Stockyards 1828-1983 and n.d. The Kansas City Stockyards operated in the West Bottoms of Kansas City from 1871 to 1991. It was the second largest stockyards in the nation and one of Kansas City’s most important industries. This collection...

7. The Dock Riders The Dock Riders July-August//1976 Article about the fading tradition of genuine "cowboys" at the Stockyards, with history of the cattle trails and livestock industry into and out of Kansas City.