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1. 10 Restaurants That Still Matter 10 Restaurants That Still Matter March, 2005 Brief article describing ten classic American restaurants, each deserving "everlasting respect." At number seven on the list is Arthur Bryant's of Kansas City, Missouri, "practically the Statue of Liberty...

2. 405,048 405,048 November/9/1915 Article with tables showing Kansas City's national ranking in population as number 15, only 1,658 behind Cincinnati, Ohio.

3. A Battle of Westport Letter A Battle of Westport Letter November 1965 Letter written the day following the Battle of Westport about its aftermath, by Reverend Jonathan Fuller, and providing a general description of the Kansas City area.

4. A City and Its Characteristics A City and Its Characteristics June//1928 Brief introductory article for Henry Haskell's more in-depth examination of Kansas City, with a photo and description of William R. Nelson and the changes in Kansas City up to its Republican National Convention...

5. A City Planned to Meet Modern Needs: New City in Making A City Planned to Meet Modern Needs: New City in Making March//1936 Sections of the magazine on Kansas City's airport, auditorium, city hall, hospitals, trafficways, parks and boulevards, water, Brush Creek, and Blue River.

6. A City Without Slums: Urban Renewal, Public Housing, and Downtown Revitalization in Kansas City, Missouri A City Without Slums: Urban Renewal, Public Housing, and Downtown Revitalization in Kansas City, Missouri January 2001 The author draws upon archival data, newspaper articles, government reports, interviews and other documents in order to examine the origin, local implementation, and segregative effects of urban renewal...

7. A Conversation with..Tom McDonnell A Conversation with..Tom McDonnell September 2000 Interview with the CEO of DST Systems Inc. about the company and its commitment to downtown Kansas City, Missouri.

8. A Department at the Gateway of the West A Department at the Gateway of the West July//1919 Extensive article about the police force's operations in the early part of the century, deemed as being efficient with a large population to patrol and relatively small manpower to patrol it.

9. A Fight for Franchise Extension A Fight for Franchise Extension December/4/1909 Article about the Metropolitan Street Railway Company in Kansas City, Missouri, and its efforts to extend its franchise rights to 1951, with political and financial fighting against Mayor Henry Beardsley...

10. A First-Class Café A First-Class Café April//1903 Short description of the café designed by Louis Curtiss located at 804-6 Delaware in Kansas City, Missouri. Includes interior photographs in the supplement section of this issue.

11. A Gracious Town in the Heartland A Gracious Town in the Heartland August/16/1976 Illustrated map, photos, and article about Kansas City and its entertainment offerings as a host to the 1976 Republican National Convention at the new Kemper Arena.

12. A Journey to Missouri in 1822 A Journey to Missouri in 1822 October/3/1921 Mention of the Clark family and the Garret family as among the most prominent of the Wyandotte Indians in Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas, in the 1840s.

13. A Look at Life in the 'Burbs A Look at Life in the 'Burbs August//1991 Review of "the changes and challenges facing Kansas City suburbs of the '90s," including the following: Platte City, Olathe, Leavenworth, Blue Springs, Lee's Summit, Independence, Overland Park, Shawnee,...

14. A Machine for Forgetting A Machine for Forgetting January 23-29, 1997 Author of article criticizes Kansas City for purposely trying to destroy evidence of its past to create a sanitized, suburbanized city. He particularly dislikes J. C. Nichols' developments because they...

15. A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri August 1921 Illustrations and descriptions of the award-winning designs for the memorial located at Penn Valley Park.

16. A Missouri Merchant Recalls the Civil War: Reminiscences of Thomas B. Bullene of Kansas City A Missouri Merchant Recalls the Civil War: Reminiscences of Thomas B. Bullene of Kansas City July//1962 Article about the Civil War diary of "Thomas B. Bullene [or Thomas Bullene], a prosperous Kansas City dry goods merchant," written in 1874 and covering the events from May 1, 1863, to October 23, 1864,...

17. A New Building at Watkins Mill A New Building at Watkins Mill Summer//1993 Article describing the preservation of and additions to the antebellum Watkins Mill site "located a few miles north of Kansas City, Missouri," as well of the operations of the mill's wool production, with...

18. A New Image for the Old Cowtown A New Image for the Old Cowtown October//1975 Description of rural to urban evolution.

19. A Perfect Institution Belonging to the Regiment; the Solder's Letter and American Identity Among Civil A Perfect Institution Belonging to the Regiment; the Solder's Letter and American Identity Among Civil War Soldiers in Kansas Winter//1999-2000 Article about a publication called "Soldier's Letter" a semi-weekly newspaper published in 1864 and 1865 by enlisted soldiers of the Second Colorado Cavalry and published at Kansas City, Missouri and Fort...

20. A Reporter at Large: American Royal A Reporter at Large: American Royal September/26/1983 Autobiographical article about the author's (native Kansas Citian Calvin Trillin) experiences of growing up in Kansas City, describing its persisting image on the East Coast as "very American" with cattle...