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1. Arthur Nelson Reece Obituary Arthur Nelson Reece Obituary January/8/1963 Obituary for Arthur Nelson Reece, or Arthur Reece, "former assistant to the president of the Kansas City Southern railway" dying at the age of 83 at his home at 7241 Baltimore Avenue.

2. C. E. Johnston Dies C. E. Johnston Dies July/11/1951 Obituary for Charles Johnston, "69, past president of the Kansas City Southern railway and a former Kansas Citian." Born in Illinois in 1881 and coming to Kansas City in 1906, serving as company president...

3. Chugging North-South Chugging North-South 2008-08-19 High fuel costs have benefitted the Kansas City Southern railroad. The company's decision to expand into Mexico has proved wise as the cost of shipping from China has risen. Article discusses other developments...

4. City's Renaissance Will Get a New Link City's Renaissance Will Get a New Link November 2, 2005 An unused Kansas City Southern bridge built in 1892 joining the East and West Bottoms will be moved to the Freight House District. "Kansas City Southern is donating the bridge. Kansas City Terminal Railway...

5. Crazy Train Crazy Train November 4-10, 2004 Article describes a lawsuit filed in 2003 charging Kansas City Southern for negligence in an accident that occurred on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico. The lawsuit was filed in Jackson County, seeking...

6. Dreams of a 'Millionaire Indian' Gold Mine and Railroad Didn't Last Long Dreams of a 'Millionaire Indian' Gold Mine and Railroad Didn't Last Long October 20, 1976 Biographical article about Mathias Splitlog (ca. 1812-1897), a wealthy Indian chief, miller, and real estate developer of the Kansas City area. Description of his businesses in Kansas City, Kansas before...

7. Estate Benefits K. U.: Arthur Nelson Reece Left $200,000 to School Estate Benefits K. U.: Arthur Nelson Reece Left $200,000 to School May/17/1968 Notice about the bequest of $200,000 to the University of Kansas from the estate of the late Arthur Reece (ca. 1880-1963), former assistant to the president of the Kansas City Southern Railway Company....

8. Flip Side of the Tracks Flip Side of the Tracks June 15, 2006 A former Kansas City Southern rail yard located in the River Market area alongside the Missouri River is to be redeveloped with 325 luxury apartments. The Morgan Group wants to acquire the land and do...

9. Frank Moore Frank Moore November/29/1969 Obituary for Frank Moore, vice-president and general counsel for the Kansas City Southern Railway, dying on November 28, 1969.

10. Giving back is measure of success Giving back is measure of success October 10, 2003 Column describes Greater Kansas City Business Hall of Fame dinner program honoring William N. Deramus III and James E.Stowers, Jr. The men's career's and contributions to the community are described.

11. Grand Central Station Grand Central Station August 27, 1932 Kansas City's Grand Central Station was built and owned by the Kansas City Southern Railway in 1890 at 2nd and Wyandotte Streets. It was used until 1914 when the railroads moved to Union Station. It was...

12. Kansas City Southern Railway Company Kansas City Southern Railway Company October/8/1912 Twelfth annual report of the Kansas City Southern Railway Company for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1912, an unverified article from the London, England, newspaper.

13. Rowland Helps Conduct KCS along Diversification Track Rowland Helps Conduct KCS along Diversification Track July 20-26, 2007 Article profiles Landon Rowland, CEO of Kansas City Southern Railway, who joined the company as assistant to the president in 1980. Under his leadership, KCS has diversified into mutual funds and venture...

14. The Little Railroad That Could The Little Railroad That Could July 20, 2010 Article spotlights Kansas City Southern Railway--the smallest of the five big U.S. railway companies--and its growth since CEO Michael Haverty took over in 1995. The company's current president, David...

15. Urban Housing With a View Urban Housing With a View March 22, 2008 Article about the Morgan Group's plan to build a $48 million luxury apartment complex in the River Market area in late April. The 323-unit Market Station is the "largest downtown residential construction...