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1. 'Zippy' Pins KC On the Map 'Zippy' Pins KC On the Map May 22, 2004 Various locations in Kansas City have recently been included in the 'Zippy' cartoon strip that runs in the Kansas City Star. Places included: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary...

2. A Dollar Short A Dollar Short January/23-29/2003 Article describes recent attempts by the city to regulate temporary employment agencies downtown. Complaints of disorderly behavior by transients and drug dealers have precipitated a new policy stipulating...

3. About Town: Some Ex-Kansas Citians Make Marks Elsewhere About Town: Some Ex-Kansas Citians Make Marks Elsewhere September/17/1974 Biographical article about former Kansas Citians achieving success in other cities, including the following: Homer Wadsworth, Nathan Stark, Robert Brown (former assistant city manager), Dave Dexter, Jr....

4. Barron J. Fradenburg Rites Barron J. Fradenburg Rites December/23/1952 Photo and obituary for Barron Fradenburg, "85, of 42 West Fifty-eighth Street Terrace," the "founder of the Fradenburg-Trotter insurance company," a lifelong Kansas Citian and member of the Chamber of...

5. Bennett Bridge Game Murder Bennett Bridge Game Murder 1929-1931; 1993; 2000 Compilation of 206 pages of newspaper articles about the murder of John Bennett, a perfume salesman, on September 29, 1929, and the trial of his wife Myrtle Bennett whose attorney was Senator James A....

6. 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....

7. 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...

8. Carl Trapp Obituary Carl Trapp Obituary November/25/1958 Obituary for Carl Trapp, an insurance executive her for 33 years before dying at the age of 74 in 1958.

9. Caveman, '10 Items' Actor Has Local Roots Caveman, '10 Items' Actor Has Local Roots February 26, 2009 Profile of Jewish actor and comedian, John Lehr. A native of Overland Park, Kansas, Lehr is best known for playing a wise-cracking caveman in a popular series of commercials for Geico car insurance and...

10. Company's Border War Move is a Short One Company's Border War Move is a Short One December 6, 2012 Article announces that SelectQuote Senior Insurance Services will be moving from their location at 8900 Ward Parkway in Kansas City to office space just across the state line in Leawood, Kansas. The tax...

11. 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,...

12. 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.

13. Deaths: Mrs. Martha Barnett Deaths: Mrs. Martha Barnett August/27/1973 Obituary for Mrs. Martha Jones Barnett, or Martha Barnett (~1889-1973), "the daughter of Richard B. Jones, founder of R. B. Jones & Sons, which became a national insurance brokerage firm here."

14. Deaths: Ralph F. Oberlechner Deaths: Ralph F. Oberlechner December/27/1975 Photo and obituary for Ralph Oberlechner, "55, of 5112 Manning, Raytown, architect and owner of the Ralph F. Oberlechner Associates, architects, engineers and consultants, 6225 Brookside" Boulevard. Native...

15. Deaths: Robert L. Winslow, Jr. Deaths: Robert L. Winslow, Jr. April/15/1972 Photo and obituary for Robert Winslow, Jr., "55, of 4407 [West 66th Terrace], Prairie Village," Kansas, a certified public accountant with "Lunsford-Barnes and Company, accountants" (with offices at 912...

16. 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.

17. Deaths: William L. McPherrin Deaths: William L. McPherrin July/12/1973 Obituary for William McPherrin, "82, of 321 Ward Parkway and San Mateo, Calif., an agent for the Kansas City Life Insurance Company" for 50 years and born in Kansas City.

18. Deaths: William M. McAdams Deaths: William M. McAdams November/2/1974 Obituary for William McKinley McAdams, or William McAdams, "74, of 5513 Central, a former board chairman of the Kansas City Title division of the Chicago Title Insurance Company and a director of the Columbia-Union...

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.