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1. A File from Letters from the Leavenworth Agency, Roll 303 A File from Letters from the Leavenworth Agency, Roll 303 March//1975 Copies of letters written by Luke Lea (an Indian agent) and others about the character and activities of W. W. Cleghorn, another Indian agent at Fort Leavenworth around 1850. Complimentary descriptions...

2. Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small October 1924 One paragraph about the joining of Theodore Case with the Baptist Church, mentioning his first wife as "the daughter of Dr. Lykins."

3. Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small October 1924 Mention of Dr. Johnston Lykins, Martha Lykins, and Julia Lykins, among others, as founding members of the First Baptist Church of Kansas City in 1855 on West 5th Street.

4. Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small October 1924 Mention of B. F. Smith and his family, "including his daughter, Mrs. Will Lykins," as "[a]mong the most devoted supporters of the Baptist cause in that early day."

5. Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small October 1924 Mention of the Ashburn family as being "[a]mong the most devoted supporters of the Baptist cause in that early day" in 1850s Kansas City, along with the Jaudon family, the Stafford family, and the B. F....

6. Before Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Before Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Kansas, 1844-1854 Spring//2001 Photos, illustrations, and comprehensive article about the early history of pre-territorial Kansas from 1844 to 1854. Discussion on several topics such as Christian Indian missions and missionaries, the...

7. Business Business May//1963 Article about the neutral stance toward the slavery issue during the hostile climate of the border warfare period of the mid-1850s in Kansas City. Descriptions of tactics applied by town leaders such as...

8. Business Patterns in the Growth of a Midwestern City: The Kansas City Business Community before the Business Patterns in the Growth of a Midwestern City: The Kansas City Business Community before the Civil War Summer 1959 Descriptions of numerous early businesses and merchants in Kansas City before the Civil War (antebellum), including Charles Kearney (founder of "the largest prewar wholesale grocery house in Kansas City")...

9. Dr. Johnston Lykins: Baptist Missionary, Realtor, Doctor, First Legal Mayor of Kansas City Dr. Johnston Lykins: Baptist Missionary, Realtor, Doctor, First Legal Mayor of Kansas City Winter 1996 Photo of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), illustration of his home (built in 1857 at 12th and Washington Streets), and biographical article describing his life and career as a Baptist missionary, realtor,...

10. Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy October 3, 1921 Description of the land owned by Reverend Isaac McCoy as his first farm and burial site for his wife, Christiana McCoy, and other family members. According to the local history index card, all a part of...

11. Gone but Not Forgotten: William Hall Richardson Lykins Gone but Not Forgotten: William Hall Richardson Lykins Winter 1996 Portrait and biographical article about William Hall Richardson Lykins (ca. 1828-1893), "pioneer and scientist" residing at 414 West 13th Street in Kansas City. Description of his life and career as a...

12. Graffiti Gives Notice to Lykins House Graffiti Gives Notice to Lykins House July-August//1989 Photos and article about the uncertain future of the Lykins House, built in 1857 at 12th and Washington Streets. Description of its condition of disrepair and efforts by the Historic Kansas City Foundation...

13. Isaac McCoy's Successor: Will of Isaac McCoy Isaac McCoy's Successor: Will of Isaac McCoy October/3/1921 Mention of Sarah McCoy Givens, or Sarah Givens, and her sisters Delilah McCoy Lykins, or Delilah Lykins, and Christiana McCoy Ward, or Christiana Ward, as beneficiaries of their father, Isaac McCoy, in...

14. Isaac McCoy's Successor: Will of Isaac McCoy Isaac McCoy's Successor: Will of Isaac McCoy October 3, 1921 Copy of and description of the will of Reverend Isaac McCoy, with mention of Dr. Johnston Lykins (Isaac McCoy's son-in-law) and John McCoy (Isaac's son) as "executors" of Isaac's will, written in 1835....

15. Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital March//1959 Mention of Kersey Coates as one of the men, along with Johnston Lykins and Theodore Case, appointed by the Chamber of Commerce in 1864 "to reorganize the Kansas City, Galveston and Lake Superior" railroad,...

16. Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital March//1959 Mention of Johnston Lykins as one of the "reorganize[rs]" of the Kansas City, Galveston and Lake Superior Railroad" in 1864 along with Kersey Coates and Theodore Case.

17. Kansas City, Mo.: Statistical Facts Regarding Its Appearance in May 1857 and Its Subsequent Growth Kansas City, Mo.: Statistical Facts Regarding Its Appearance in May 1857 and Its Subsequent Growth //1859, ca. [C]opy of a manuscript received by the Native Sons Archives of Kansas City on June 23, 1952, from the estate of Johnston Lykins Case and presumably written originally on January 1, 1859, by Dr. Theodore...

18. Letter from William H.R. Lykins Letter from William H.R. Lykins December 1, 2001 Text of a letter by William H. R. Lykins to his Aunt Julianne Lykins Bettys is included along with some background material on the family.

19. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 One paragraph about the Mondamin Hotel at the southwest corner of 12th and Washington Streets, originally the home of Mayor Johnston Lykins, called in 1859 "the finest residence in town." Moved westward...

20. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 Descriptions of Mrs. Johnston Lykins, or Mattie Lykins, "a talented and accomplished woman for those days and a writer of short stories," also later the wife of artist George Caleb Bingham. Description...