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1. Ararat Shrine Paraders Line Up Ararat Shrine Paraders Line Up May/25/1958 Photo and caption about the parade of the Ararat Shrine Temple members "on [13th Street] in front of Municipal Auditorium."

2. Forty Years Ago in the Star Forty Years Ago in the Star October/17/1963 News from 1923 about the Priests of Pallas ball at Convention Hall and the "crowded" Downtown streets anticipating the morning Priests of Pallas parade.

3. History on the Parade History on the Parade March 16, 2009 For the first time in nearly three decades, Kansas City's annual St. Patrick's Day parade will take place in the Midtown/Westport area. The article describes the historic buildings, churches, and businesses...

4. Memories Run Back to Thirty Years Ago Today Memories Run Back to Thirty Years Ago Today November/11/1948 Article about the first woman to serve as marshal of a Kansas City parade, Lieutenant Commander Barry O'Neill Scanlan, also a professor at Kansas University, with photos.

5. Parade Celebrates Renaissance on Central Avenue Parade Celebrates Renaissance on Central Avenue September 4, 2008 A parade sponsored by the Union de Comerciantes y Residentes Latinos (UCRL) will celebrate the rebirth of Central Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas. An influx of new businesses and residents working with the...

6. Plaza Bunnies Keep Their Caretaker Mighty Busy Plaza Bunnies Keep Their Caretaker Mighty Busy April/4/1996 Maintenance of decorated plaster rabbits, six feet high, for the Plaza Easter Parade, named the following: Ellyn, Flo, Kate, Bess, Sue, Lee (male), Joe (male), Brian, Nicholas, and Peter.

7. Priests of Pallas Priests of Pallas Information about Priests of Pallas parade with a Greek theme held annually from 1887 to 1911 and from 1922 to 1924.

8. Priests of Pallas Parade Priests of Pallas Parade August/4/1912 Reminiscences about old parades, following a parade substituted by a ball.

9. Priests of Pallas Parade Priests of Pallas Parade October/20/1912 Memories of past parades and shows, leading up to the cancellation of the parade in 1913 because of the forced vacation from the "den" at 10th & Garfield Streets.

10. Ready Now for Athene Ready Now for Athene September/26/1924 Description of preparations for the parade at the "den," with an illustration of the "Sunlight Float."

11. Romances of the Ages Romances of the Ages September/30/1891 Description of floats and artistic "programme" for the parade, with the usual Priests of Pallas theme of Greek mythology.

12. Sharon Kinne Murder Case Sharon Kinne Murder Case 1960-2002 A collection of 188 pages of newspaper clippings, primarily from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times, detailing the crimes perpetrated by Sharon Kinne and the subsequent investigation of those crimes....

13. To Glory Anew To Glory Anew November/7/1948 Article about the first woman to serve as marshal of a Kansas City parade, Lieutenant Commander Barry O'Neill Scanlan, United States Navy (WAVES), at the parade through Downtown and at the speech at Liberty...

14. Volunteers Fill Holiday Parade Volunteers Fill Holiday Parade July 5, 2011 Picture of flood waters in Parkville, Missouri, during the annual Fourth of July parade. Some of the usual events had to be relocated due to the flood waters and at least six businesses have temporarily...

15. When Priests of Pallas Made the City Festive When Priests of Pallas Made the City Festive October/17/1963 Article providing detailed early history of the Priests of Pallas parades and festivities, describing the influence for its creation from Saint Louis and New Orleans pageantry and tracing the first unnamed...