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1. . ..Presenting Elmer C. Rhoden: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Elmer C. Rhoden: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month November//1947 Illustration and biographical article about Elmer Rhoden, "president of the American Golden Saddle Horse Association. ..probably the world's best-known breeder of gaited horses," and "chairman of the 1947...

2. 1918 Flu Epidemic More Deadly Than Germans 1918 Flu Epidemic More Deadly Than Germans Spring 2005 Short article details the involvement of Camp Funston and Fort Riley with the spread of the Spanish Flu in 1918. "Since Fort Riley was a cavalry outpost, there were hundreds of horses and mules also living...

3. A Good Horse, a Country Road: That's Real Happiness! A Good Horse, a Country Road: That's Real Happiness! November//1999 Article containing photos of Loula Long Combs

4. A Lifelong Love Affair. ..with Horses A Lifelong Love Affair. ..with Horses October//1975 Photos and biographical article about William Harsh, or Bill Harsh, president of the American Royal Association in Kansas City during its early 1970s rejuvenation and relocation from the decrepit 1922...

5. A Race to End All Races A Race to End All Races September 2007 Article recounts the Santa Fe Trail exploits of Francis Xavier Aubry, known as F. X. Aubry and "little Aubry" because of his short stature. His pattern was to deliver goods and the mail by caravan to Santa...

6. A Real Horse Show A Real Horse Show July/20/1916 Report about the the next Royal being a beef cattle show exclusively.

7. American Royal Returns: Kansas City's Fall "Big Show" Opens November 9 American Royal Returns: Kansas City's Fall "Big Show" Opens November 9 November//1976 Photos and article about the American Royal show, including rodeos, etc.

8. Arabians on Bluegrass Arabians on Bluegrass September//1945 Biographical article about Walter Ross, breeder of Arabian horses at his Missouri ranch called Graceland on the site of Order Number 11's issuance "twenty-two miles southeast of Kansas City; only a few...

9. Around the World in Missouri Around the World in Missouri August 1, 2003 Focus on five towns in Missouri that share the same name of world locations: Cuba, Japan, Paris, Mexico, and Vienna. See page 74 for a quiz of 10 more international locales within the state of Missouri....

10. Ben Holladay Ben Holladay Summer 1952 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about Ben Holladay (1819-1887), a prominent Western freighter in Weston, Missouri. He was born in Kentucky and moved to Platte County, Missouri, in 1838,...

11. Best of Missouri: Missouri Pays Tribute to a Legendary Horseman Best of Missouri: Missouri Pays Tribute to a Legendary Horseman Spring//1999 Biographical article about Tom Bass (1859-1934), the expert black horseman from Kansas City and new inductee into the Hall of Famous Missourians, the trainer of "horses for Teddy Roosevelt, Will Rogers,...

12. Buck and Mack Jumping through Burning Hoops Buck and Mack Jumping through Burning Hoops September//1903 Photo of the famous fire horses in action.

13. Cable Cars--An Adventure: City's Early Day Transit Line Ran along Old 'Ninth Street' Incline Cable Cars--An Adventure: City's Early Day Transit Line Ran along Old 'Ninth Street' Incline December//1978 History of street cars in its changing forms from the "abortive attempt. ..in 1860 to start a street railway" drawn by horses, to cable cars, electric cable cars, and finally buses.

14. Chats about Prominent People in the Cattle Industry Chats about Prominent People in the Cattle Industry April/15/1899 Photo and caption about J. W. Robertson of Marshall, Missouri (visiting Kansas City in 1899), "the senior member of the firm of J. W. Robertson & Co., which has been in the horse business for twenty-five...

15. Chats about Prominent People in the Cattle Industry Chats about Prominent People in the Cattle Industry April/15/1899 Photo and caption about J. W. Montague, "the President of the Stock Yards Horse and Mule Co., of Kansas City, Mo.," coming here from Saint Louis in 1898 "engaged in the mule business under the firm name...

16. Coaching Days Kansas City Horse Show, October 3, 1903 Coaching Days Kansas City Horse Show, October 3, 1903 November//1903 Scenes in and around the country club and Missouri Hunt and Polo Club. ..

17. Comes a Horseman Comes a Horseman Autumn 2003 Article describes the history and use of the draft horse in cultivating the Midwest region.

18. Comes a Horseman: The Competitors Comes a Horseman: The Competitors Fall 2005 Article describes the history of horse shows and rodeos in the state of Kansas, inspired in part by the success of Kansas City, Missouri's American Royal.

19. Custer's Last Fight Custer's Last Fight January 11, 1908 Short notice of a drama to open at the Gilliss Theater featuring both General Custer and Buffalo Bill. This company carries forty people, a car load of special scenery, horses and dogs. In the company...

20. Dan Carpenter, Pioneer Merchant and Horticulturist Dan Carpenter, Pioneer Merchant and Horticulturist April 1928 Description of a "fine old-style pioneer dwelling built probably by Glen Burnett some time in the [18]20s" in Barry, Missouri, owned by Judge Thomas M. Chevis (1806`1864 ca.) and used hotel and stable...