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1. Largest Box Factory Largest Box Factory August 1899 The Fuller Brothers, Toll Lumber and Box Company produce packing boxes for wholesale drug houses, soap, cracker, tobacco and spice manufacturers. Alfred Toll is vice-president of the company, which has...

2. Lewis & Clark Pioneer Adventure Lewis & Clark Pioneer Adventure April//1975 Photos and article about the "AFA's [American Forests Association's] Missouri River Pioneer Adventure, an exciting float trip down 160 miles of pristine waterway" following a section of the Lewis and Clark...

3. Masterpieces. ..See the Splendor Our State Parks Offer Masterpieces. ..See the Splendor Our State Parks Offer Spring-Summer//1991 Article about the "74 State Parks in Missouri," including caves, forests, prairies with buffalo, old mills, lakes, etc., visited by "nearly 15 million people" in 1990 and covering "alsmost 110,000 acres,"...

4. Oak Grove Banner: Sni-a-Bar History Oak Grove Banner: Sni-a-Bar History Spring//2001 Reprint from the Oak Grove Banner newspaper of February 22, 1902 about the history of Sni-a-Bar Township in northeastern Jackson County, "organized May 5, 1834." Containing 5,000 people in 1902 including...

5. Wilderness Area to Become Recreation Spot Wilderness Area to Become Recreation Spot November//1955 Article about "the creation of a huge wilderness park 10 miles east of Kansas City in the direct line of the city's growth." Made up of 3,200 acres along "the Little Blue River valley with its limestone...