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1. A Big 50 in Kansas City A Big 50 in Kansas City June/8/1959 Article profiling Kansas City Star editor Roy A. Roberts and his various influences in national and local politics through the newspaper.

2. A Couple of Winners A Couple of Winners March, 2005 Article profiles Joe and Kay McGuff. In 1997, five years after retiring from a long career as a journalist with the Kansas City Star, Joe McGuff was diagnosed with amytrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

3. Back to a First Love Back to a First Love January 25, 1954 Brief description of The Kansas City Star's new policy under Roy Roberts of designating more work for younger employees and more freedom and prestige for those with more seniority, such as Arthur Wahlstedt...

4. Big Roy Big Roy February/24/1947 Overview of the impact of the Kansas City Star on governments in its territory, comparing the power of its president, Roy Roberts, to political figures such as Alf Landon.

5. Biography of Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Author Biography of Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Author 1999

6. Biography of Henry C. Haskell (1902-1981), Editor and Author Biography of Henry C. Haskell (1902-1981), Editor and Author 1999

7. Biography of William E. (Bill) Vaughan (1915-1977), Newspaper Columnist Biography of William E. (Bill) Vaughan (1915-1977), Newspaper Columnist 1999

8. Biography of William Rockhill Nelson (1841-1915), Newspaperman Biography of William Rockhill Nelson (1841-1915), Newspaperman 2009

9. Daniel Boone Jessee Would Approve Daniel Boone Jessee Would Approve January 1957 Profile of the television and radio announcer, Randall Jessee, for station WDAF-TV.

10. Dimming Star Dimming Star April 24-30, 2014 Article summarizes changes to the Kansas City Star's staffing and ownership since the McClatchy Company (Co.) purchased the newspaper in 2006. Former staff members are interviewed and describe the decline...

11. Dorothy Thompson with College Students Dorothy Thompson with College Students Dorothy Thompson flanked by three University of Kansas students. Thompson was a prominent journalist and leading opponent of 1930's fascism.

12. Editor's Tryout Lasts 45 Years Editor's Tryout Lasts 45 Years August/31/1974 Biographical article about John Chandley, a retiring journalist and editor for the Kansas City Star for 45 years, starting after his graduation in 1929 from Kansas State University. Photo and description...

13. Ernest Hemingway Ernest Hemingway September 14, 1980 Photos and descriptions of Ernest Hemingway and his mentors at the Kansas City Star, editors T. W. Johnston, or Thomas Johnston, Jr., and C. G. Wellington, describing their relations to the "Star style"...

14. For Bill Vaughan, a Spotted Fawn For Bill Vaughan, a Spotted Fawn January//1957 Profile of Bill Vaughan, the editor and writer of the humorous "Starbeams" column.

15. For Sunday Dinner, Chicken in the Pot For Sunday Dinner, Chicken in the Pot January 1957 Profile of Ruby Garnett, the Sunday editor for the newspaper.

16. From Country Lanes, a City Slicker From Country Lanes, a City Slicker January//1957 Profile of Bill Moore the newspaper reporter.

17. Gentleman and Scholar Takes His Leave Gentleman and Scholar Takes His Leave May/19/2000 Photo and biographical sketch of Al Bohling, an editorial writer for the Kansas City Star for 39 years and an activist and organizer for city and county parks in the Kansas City area.

18. History and Newspapering History and Newspapering January//1986 Article about the history of the Kansas City Star and Times newspapers and their unique perspectives offered about Kansas City, with photos and biographical descriptions of several of its prominent employees,...

19. In a Dusty Drawer, a Box of Sweet Caps (Teenagers Won't Remember) In a Dusty Drawer, a Box of Sweet Caps (Teenagers Won't Remember) January//1957 Profile of the writer Henry Van Brunt, Jr., for the newspaper responsible mainly for features, copy editing, and history, also the son of the architect Henry Van Brunt, Sr.

20. In Baseball He Gets A's In Baseball He Gets A's January//1957 Profile of Ernie Mehl, the sports editor for the newspaper.