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1. A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan August//1926 Photos and article about the town of Longview, Washington, organized and funded by Robert Long, or R. A. Long, of Kansas City, president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company (involved in the lumber industry...

2. Cowtown Chronicles: The Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month--Armistice Cowtown Chronicles: The Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month--Armistice November 2000 Photo, illustration, and history of the Liberty Memorial, dedicated in 1921 as a World War I monument across from Union Station on the former "ugly old Vinegar Hill, shanty-clad, dirty and with many of...

3. 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...

4. Kansas City's Philanthropic Tradition Kansas City's Philanthropic Tradition December 1, 2006 Article contains brief biographies of some the most important philanthropists in the history of Kansas City: Mary Atkins, Elizabeth and Uriah Spray Epperson, Ewing Marion Kauffman, Herbert and Linda Hall,...

5. Longview Farm: The Country Home of Mr. R. A. Long Longview Farm: The Country Home of Mr. R. A. Long May/15/1915 Article about Longview Farm, the country home of lumber magnate R. A. Long and his daughter and horse trainer Loula Long Combs in Lee's Summit, with photos.

6. Mr. R. A. Long, Independence and Bellefontaine Avenues, on His Great Saddle Gelding, Red Buck Mr. R. A. Long, Independence and Bellefontaine Avenues, on His Great Saddle Gelding, Red Buck January//1896 Photo of Robert Long, or R. A. Long, co-founder of the Long-Bell Lumber Company in Kansas City residing at Independence and Bellefontaine Avenues, on his horse named Red Buck.

7. R. A. Long: A Philanthropist of Kansas City, Missouri R. A. Long: A Philanthropist of Kansas City, Missouri April//1911 Photo and caption about Robert Long, or R. A. Long, "one of the great lumber merchants of the country" and contributor of "$400,000 to found a hospital in Kansas City" as a philanthropist.

8. The Council Table: A Notable Memorial The Council Table: A Notable Memorial September 1921 Description glorifying the Liberty Memorial.

9. The Fight to Save Longview Farm: Homeowners & Preservationists Align to Prevent Commercial Exploitation The Fight to Save Longview Farm: Homeowners & Preservationists Align to Prevent Commercial Exploitation of Historic Property May 2001 Photos and article about the efforts to preserve Longview Farm from destruction by real estate developer Dean Goodman and zoning by the city of Lee's Summit, Missouri, for apartment buildings, etc. Description...

10. The History of Corinthian Hall The History of Corinthian Hall September 1987 History of the residence of R. A. Long, built in 1909-1910, also called "Corinthian Hall," and later used as the home of the Kansas City Museum.

11. The Kansas City Spirit--In the Making: R. A. Long The Kansas City Spirit--In the Making: R. A. Long February//1909 Article with photos about R. A. Long and his lumber business, the Long-Bell Lumber Company.

12. The Real Long The Real Long October/26/1907 Photo and biographical article about Robert Long, or R. A. Long, lumber magnate and philanthropist of Kansas City.

13. What's Old is New Again What's Old is New Again November/December 2004 Article describes New Longview, a planned community integrating the historic Longview Farm in Lee's Summit, Missouri. The community is based on the concept of "new urbanism," which strives to reduce dependency...