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1. A Cure for the Blues? Blue Cross/Blue Shield's Self-Prescribed Treatment. .. A Cure for the Blues? Blue Cross/Blue Shield's Self-Prescribed Treatment. .. April//1984 Prognosis for the giant health care insurer improving after several problems in the early 1980s.

2. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea September-October//1997 Fast changing industry outpacing insurance company's adaptation capability.

3. Bixby Brothers Build on Family Tradition in KC Insurance Bixby Brothers Build on Family Tradition in KC Insurance February 15, 2005 Brief article describing the elevation of R. Philip Bixby to the position of chairman of the board of Kansas City Life Insurance Co., and Walter E. Bixby III to the position of vice chairman of the company....

4. Bixby Estate Tax Bill Cut in Court Bixby Estate Tax Bill Cut in Court October/30/1970 Article about the tax debt of the Bixby family, "heirs to multi-million-dollar estates of major stockholders of the Kansas City Life Insurance Company," headed by Walter Edwin Bixby, or Walter Bixby, "board...

5. Blue Cross--Blue Shield Blue Cross--Blue Shield June/30/1956 Articles about the local histories of national insurance companies Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City. Blue Cross established here in 1938 as "Group Hospital Service, Inc. of Kansas City" and Blue...

6. BMA Building BMA Building File containing information about the BMA Building at Union Station Plaza and at 31st and Southwest Trafficways, "from sea level. ..the tallest office structure here, its base level equivalent to perhaps...

7. BMA Tower BMA Tower The high-rise white marble BMA Tower is the home office of BMA at 31st Street and Southwest Trafficway. The BMA Tower received architectural acclaim upon its completion in 1963 and among other awards received...

8. BMA Tower Profile (Business Men's Assurance Company) BMA Tower Profile (Business Men's Assurance Company) 2003

9. BMA's Golden Year BMA's Golden Year March/3/1959 Photo and obituary for BMA founder W. T. Grant, or William Grant.

10. Bowling Team - Kansas City Life Bowling Team - Kansas City Life May 5, 1953 Group portrait of members of the Kansas City Life Insurance bowling team with trophy, identified as the 1953 champions of the South Central Business Association Bowling League.

11. Bruce Dodson Insurance Company Bruce Dodson Insurance Company ca1928 Full frontal and side view of the Bruce Dodson Insurance Company; located at 2800 Wyandotte.

12. Business: Financial Guardian Makes Quiet Growth Business: Financial Guardian Makes Quiet Growth July 1979 History of the Financial Guardian company, an insurance brokerage firm started in 1970 at 912 Baltimore Avenue and moving with expansion to the "penthouse suite atop the Penntower Building at 3100 Broadway"...

13. Charles Eugene Waldron, Jr. Charles Eugene Waldron, Jr. June 14, 2008 Obituary for Charles Eugene Waldron, Jr., who died on March 10, 2008. He was born May 19, 1909, and was the great-great-grandson of Kansas City pioneer Thomas A. Smart. Among other things he was a member...

14. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketch of Walter Bales, vice-president and treasurer of the Midland Life Insurance Company in Kansas City, the grandson of early Jackson County judge Walter Bales and early settler William...

15. Continental Casualty Company Continental Casualty Company Spring 1965 Newsletter published by the Continental Casualty Company insurance business at 616 East 63rd Street in Kansas City.

16. Death of a City Block Recalls 100-Year Parade of History Death of a City Block Recalls 100-Year Parade of History October/15/1977 Block 39, encompassing 19th to 20th Streets and Grand to McGee Streets, finally empty of buildings, the last to of which being the Medallion Insurance Building. Originally platted in the 1878 Mastin subdivision,...

17. Deaths: Dwight L. Strother Deaths: Dwight L. Strother July/7/1967 Photo and obituary for Dwight Lynn Strother, or Dwight Strother, "6711 Oak, owner of the Dwight Strother Insurance company," a native of Oklahoma coming to Kansas City about 1927.

18. Deaths: Ross J. Ream Deaths: Ross J. Ream April/21/1961 Photo and obituary for Ross Ream, "74, of 229 Ward parkway," a lawyer and co-organizer of "the National Protective Insurance company in 1926" and a native of Gaylord, Kansas.

19. Dodell Maintains Balance of Fun, Ambition Dodell Maintains Balance of Fun, Ambition July 15-21, 2005 Article profiles Leib Dodell, new CEO of Media/Professional Insurance.

20. Doubting the Benefits Doubting the Benefits April/May/26-2/2001 Discusses the recent decision by Hallmark officials to not offer domestic partner benefits to company employees and staff reaction.