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1. A Treasure Hunt Full of Thrills A Treasure Hunt Full of Thrills October//1942 Article about the Kansas City Museum's educational program.

2. All the World's His Stage All the World's His Stage February 2011 Spotlight on New York designer Marshall Watson whose grandfather was once president of the Kansas City Museum. Includes photos of rooms designed by Watson who also designs furniture.

3. At Kansas City Museum: Dyer Indian Collection One of Finest At Kansas City Museum: Dyer Indian Collection One of Finest Fall 1971 Article about Colonel Daniel Dyer (1849-1912), or "Daniel Burns Dyer, a soldier, frontiersman, government Indian agent, capitalist, journalist, street car magnate and antiquary. ..best remembered by Kansas...

4. Blast from the Past: Kansas City, Missouri's Northeast Neighborhood Is Still a Splendid Step Back in Blast from the Past: Kansas City, Missouri's Northeast Neighborhood Is Still a Splendid Step Back in Time May/June 2001 Photos and article about the "[b]eautiful, historic homes" of the Northeast residential district including the following houses: (1) the 1891 John Pierceson home (renovated by owner Ann Carter) on Benton...

5. Fabulous Career of Jackson County Horsewoman Featured at K. C. Museum Fabulous Career of Jackson County Horsewoman Featured at K. C. Museum December//1978 Article about the career of Loula Long Combs, "in the Madison Square Garden Hall of Fame as the only woman and one of two persons cited for equine sports," Description of the exhibition at the Kansas City...

6. Faces of the Past: The Beautiful People Faces of the Past: The Beautiful People May 1991 Photo and description of Gregg Stock, director "of the Kansas City Museum" from 1970 to 1980 after graduating from Rockhurst High School and before moving "to Santa Fe to head the Old Santa Fe Association...

7. For Thirtysomething Kansas City Kids For Thirtysomething Kansas City Kids March 1991 Photo and biographical article about Frank Wiziarde, formerly Whizzo the Clown on KMBC-TV as a children's entertainer. Description of his collections of "video, film, papers, photos and artifacts" given...

8. Future of the 'Castle' May Be Already Decided Future of the 'Castle' May Be Already Decided July/12/2000 Photos and article about the future of the Kansas City Museum annex "castle" building at 3200 Norledge Avenue in the Northeast residential district, bidded on at a recent auction by the city government...

9. Her Father Tried the James Gang Her Father Tried the James Gang Spring 1980 Article describing "C. C. (Neal) Chiles, a prosperous Independence banker" at the time of his death in 1920 "said to have owned more land than anyone in Jackson County." Description also of his son, "Judge...

10. History Comes Alive History Comes Alive February 1977 Description of historical exhibits at the museum at 3128 Gladstone Avenue.

11. Kansas City Citings. .. Kansas City Citings. .. May//1968 Photos and article about landmarks and other tourist sites in the Kansas City area, including the "Nelson Gallery of Art" and the Plaza and vicinity, various parks, the Shawnee Methodist Mission, the Kansas...

12. Kansas City Museum Kansas City Museum October//1959 Photo and article about the history and exhibits of the Kansas City Museum, founded in 1939 and opened to the public in 1940 at the former R. A. Long mansion.

13. Kansas City: Once the Sodom-Gomorrah of the Short Grass, It Has Now Repented, Waxed Fat and Respectable Kansas City: Once the Sodom-Gomorrah of the Short Grass, It Has Now Repented, Waxed Fat and Respectable March//1950 Extensive article about constants and changes in the character of Kansas City, including its vice, violence, and corruption of the late 1800s and 1930s. Also a descriptive section on Independence and several...

14. More of Scarritt Is Zoned Low-Density More of Scarritt Is Zoned Low-Density December/28/2000 Article about the change in the zoning of a parcel of land "in the Scarritt Renaissance neighborhood" including the "'castle' at 3200 Norledge Ave., which last housed the offices of the Kansas City Museum,"...

15. Museum A Storehouse of Memory Museum A Storehouse of Memory September 7, 1948 Photos and description of the establishment of the Kansas City Museum housed in the R. A. Long mansion at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. It highlights the transfer of ownership of the building and contents...

16. Museums: Dyer Collection Museums: Dyer Collection April 1941 Article describing the acquisition of Indian artifacts for a new display at the Kansas City Museum.

17. Neighborhoods: The Northeast Neighborhoods: The Northeast October 2011 Highlights of attractions in the Northeast area of Kansas City including the city's oldest museum, The Kansas City Museum housed in the former R. A. Long mansion, ethnic restaurants like the Vietnamese...

18. Nelson Gallery: New Kansas City Museum of Antique Treasures Opens Nelson Gallery: New Kansas City Museum of Antique Treasures Opens December/16/1933 Article about the opening of the Nelson Art Gallery, later called the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, in 1933 in Kansas City. Description of the museum's collections and interior decoration, including "sculptured...

19. Obituary Obituary January/4/1913 Obituary for Colonel Daniel Dyer (1849-1912), former "president of the Augusta Railway" in Georgia, dying "at his home in Kansas City, Mo.," after a career as a "soldier, pioneer, frontiersman, journalist...

20. On the Frontiers of Public History: Kansas City, Here We Come On the Frontiers of Public History: Kansas City, Here We Come Fall 2005 Article reviews 12 historic sites in the Kansas City area, which were visited by history professionals during the 2005 National Council on Public History Annual Meeting in Kansas City, Missouri. The sites...