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1. A Lost Pioneer A Lost Pioneer May 21, 2006 Americus V. McKim, known as "the father of Kansas City baseball" is buried in Elmwood Cemetery. He died February 10, 1910 at age 70. In the 1880s, "McKim was the driving force who brought major-league...

2. Articles Written by John Edward Hicks Articles Written by John Edward Hicks 1949-1968 A collection of 163 pages of photocopied newspaper articles from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times authored by John Edward Hicks, a proofreader and reporter for the Star. Most of the articles...

3. Author and Newsman George Washington Ogden Dies at 94: He Had Been City Editor of the Old Kansas City Author and Newsman George Washington Ogden Dies at 94: He Had Been City Editor of the Old Kansas City Times April/6/1966 Obituary for George Washington Ogden, or George Ogden, "94, author and former city editor of the old Kansas City Times" "before its purchase by The Star." Native of Lawrence, Kansas coming to Kansas City...

4. C. A. Reynolds: Services for Hall of Fame Founder Are Saturday C. A. Reynolds: Services for Hall of Fame Founder Are Saturday December/12/1958 Funeral notice for Chester Reynolds, "former chairman of the board of the H. D. Lee company [blue jeans manufacturers] and founder of the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City," residing "in Kansas City...

5. Cowboy's Diary Reflects Hardship of Life on Plains Cowboy's Diary Reflects Hardship of Life on Plains August/20/1970 Photo and biographical article about Sam Hastings, "a Kansas cowboy, a horse-trading mule-skinning frontiersman in the best shoot-em-up tradition," growing up near Fort Leavenworth and becoming a Confederate...

6. Death Interrupts a Tradition at Royal Death Interrupts a Tradition at Royal October 17, 2007 The Armstrong family of Glenburn, North Dakota, have for many years traveled to Kansas City and sold Tubby Burgers at the American Royal. "For two decades, the Armstrongs served hot, fresh, tasty food...

7. For the Masses For the Masses May 20-26, 2004 Review of the 2004 Avenue of the Arts public art exhibition.

8. Hunt Grew with Chiefs through Toughest Year Hunt Grew with Chiefs through Toughest Year September 15, 2013 Article focuses upon the professional development of Clark Hunt, Chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs, following the disappointing 2012 season and suicide of Jovan Belcher. Changes to the Chiefs...

9. 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...

10. Negro Cowpoke Bulldogged 'Em in Style Negro Cowpoke Bulldogged 'Em in Style September/11/1968 Biographical article about Bill Pickett, a black "native Texan" becoming a stunt cowboy in Oklahoma "credited with originating the bulldogging of steers" in 1893, "the same year the Cherokee Strip was...

11. Rex Purefoy to be Inducted Rex Purefoy to be Inducted August 24-30, 2007 Rex Purefoy, photographer for the Kansas City Call newspaper and a well-known western performer, has been inducted into the National Cowboys of Color Museum and Hall of Fame. The Museum and Hall of Fame...