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1. City Window: Wide Berth City Window: Wide Berth October 1, 1979 Ever wonder why Grand Avenue is wider than other streets downtown? One of biggest givers of land to Kansas City, next to Colonel Thomas Swope, was Milton McGee, who, in 1852, gave the city an entire block...

2. Colonel Robert T. Van Horn: His Life and Public Service Colonel Robert T. Van Horn: His Life and Public Service October 1924 Mention of and footnotes about Kansas City mayors E. Milton McGee, or E. M. McGee, and Milton Payne. Description of McGee as mayor of Kansas City in 1870 after arriving here in 1828 and aiding in the arrival...

3. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 Reminiscence article includes two paragraphs about days in 1858 when E. M. McGee (Elijah Milton McGee, or Milton McGee) owned the Southern Hotel (at about 17th and Grand Avenues in McGee's Addition) and...

4. On Grand Avenue in 1855 On Grand Avenue in 1855 September 10, 1929 Article written by Allen B. H. McGee, or Allen McGee, a grandson of James McGee, about Grand Avenue in 1855 Kansas City. Description of McGee's Addition developed by Allen's uncle Milton McGee in 1855,...

5. Taking the Census and Other Incidents in 1855, Part II Taking the Census and Other Incidents in 1855, Part II May, 2005 Reprinted material from the Kansas Historical Collections pertaining to James R. McClure and his activities in eastern Kansas. McClure set out for Kansas Territory in October, 1854, and eventually settled...