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1. . ..And Justice for All . ..And Justice for All October//1985 Profile of the judges and court assembled to help the backlog of cases of the Missouri Supreme Court.

2. A Group of Missouri's Giant Lawyers A Group of Missouri's Giant Lawyers March 1892 Biographical article about "[t]hree governors, six district judges, four supreme court judges, eight generals, and all successful and profound lawyers" of Missouri, including David Atchison, Alexander...

3. A Man of Many Interests: Alvan Brooking a Respected Citizen A Man of Many Interests: Alvan Brooking a Respected Citizen Fall//1970 First of a two-part biographical article about early Jackson County Judge Alvin Brooking (1796-1857), the namesake of Brooking Township in Jackson County arriving in Missouri from Kentucky in 1838 and...

4. Abram Comingo Abram Comingo July 1896 Paper read before the Kansas City Bar Association by James F. Mister on June 13, 1896. Paper includes the personal tributes of several judges and is divided between Comingo's professional life and political...

5. Brooking's Interest in Education Wide Brooking's Interest in Education Wide Spring//1971 First of a two-part biographical article about Alvin Brooking (1796-1857), describing his role in the organization of William Jewell College in Clay County, Missouri, in the late 1840s, his tenure as Jackson...

6. C. Jasper Bell, Loyal Jackson Countian, Left Us His Memoirs C. Jasper Bell, Loyal Jackson Countian, Left Us His Memoirs April//1978 Article about the donation to the Jackson County Historical Society of the taped memoirs of Judge C. Jasper Bell (1885-1978), a state representative in 1934-1948 and circuit judge in 1930-1934, with photo....

7. Crimes Arouse Public Crimes Arouse Public September//1933 Short article about suspected official corruption in allowing gambling and other organized crime to go on in the city.

8. For Members Only For Members Only May//1993 Traditional type business club composed mainly of lawyers and judges, located at 918 Baltimore Avenue.

9. Forgotten Journal Brings Early Day Jurist Alive Forgotten Journal Brings Early Day Jurist Alive July-September//1983 Photo and biographical article about Judge Robert Cowan, presiding "over a Special Law and Equity Court in Jackson County from 1873 to 1884," describing his life and career, born in Virginia in 1830 and...

10. In Retrospect: A Way of Life In Retrospect: A Way of Life July 1964 Reminiscence by Judge Henry Bundschu about his experiences at the Salisbury farm starting in 1905, working with "delivery horse teams used by firms in Kasnas City," including horses of R. A. Long and Loula...

11. Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 October/3/1921 Mention of Richard Fristoe and Abraham McClelland as the first judges in the first Jackson County Courthouse in 1827, along with Henry Burris, in Independence.

12. Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 October/3/1921 Mention of Henry Burris as one of the "first judges to preside within" the walls of Jackson County's first courthouse, built in 1827 in Independence, with illustrations.

13. Journalism in Kansas City Journalism in Kansas City February//1899 Photos of James Slover and John Phillips, local judges.

14. Just Cause? Judge Russell Clark Talks Candidly about His 20 Years on Just Cause? Judge Russell Clark Talks Candidly about His 20 Years on September 1, 1997 Biographical article about Judge Russell Gentry Clark of the United States District Court, presiding over or dealing with for 20 years "the most corpulent and controversial school desegregation project...

15. Justice: Byron White Leads the Court to a Pair of Tough Rulings Justice: Byron White Leads the Court to a Pair of Tough Rulings April/30/1990 Photo and article about the ruling by the United Supreme Court to "uph[o]ld the broad authority of federal judges to order local governments to raise taxes to finance school desegregation," with the case's...

16. Kansas City Biography: Charles E. Whittaker Kansas City Biography: Charles E. Whittaker Autumn 1999 Article about the life of Kansas City lawyer and later United States Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Whittaker and the 1998 new federal courthouse named for him at 9th and Locust Streets, with photos....

17. Kansas City House Cleaning Kansas City House Cleaning May//1938 Origins of the federal investigation of political corruption by Judges Albert L. Reeves and Merrill E. Otis and District Attorney Maurice M. Milligan, beginning in about 1936.

18. Kansas City's First Horse Show Kansas City's First Horse Show January//1896 Photo of Robert Long, or R. A. Long, "[o]ne of the judges of last year's Horse Show" in Kansas City," with an accompanying brief article about the "first annual Kansas City Fancy Horse Show at Fairmount...

19. Legal Personalities Legal Personalities May/15/1915 Photo and bio of Judge Andrew Evans, former "Circuit Judge of Jackson County" and lawyer who was born in Kentucky and arrived in Kansas City about 1885.

20. Legal Personalities Legal Personalities May/15/1915 Photo of Judge James Goodrich.