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1. Founding and Location of William Jewell College Founding and Location of William Jewell College //1914 History of William Jewell College located in Liberty, Missouri and written by L. M. Lawson who was a youthful witness or had contact with those who were the principal participants of the founding of the...

2. The Methodist Missions Among the Indian Tribes in Kansas The Methodist Missions Among the Indian Tribes in Kansas 1905-1906 This extensive article is written for the Kansas State Historical Society by the Rev. J. J. Lutz. The Methodist Church sent missionaries to the Kansas Territory to convert the local Indian tribes. The...

3. Ray Where? Ray Where? 2002 Photographs and article describing the city of Raytown, Missouri. Article discusses schools, crime, traffic, and business in the city.

4. Well Connected Well Connected 2006 Article about the life and work of architect Mary Rockwell Hook. It focuses particularly on her work for the Pine Mountain Settlement School in Kentucky and includes photographs of her buildings there....

5. Sneak Attack At Lone Jack Sneak Attack At Lone Jack April 1, 1996 Story of how guerrillas surrounded enemy cavalrymen in the small Missouri town of Lone Jack in August of 1862. Includes maps and photographs as illustrations.

6. Steamboat in a Cornfield? Steamboat in a Cornfield? April 1, 2006 Article describing the wreck and excavation of the Arabia, a steamboat carrying passengers and merchandise that sank just outside of Parkville, Missouri in September, 1856. Bob Hawley, his sons Greg and...

7. A Week in the Life of Kearney: Stories From the Missouri Photo Workshop A Week in the Life of Kearney: Stories From the Missouri Photo Workshop April 2002 The community of Kearney, Missouri, is portrayed with 15 color photographs taken as part of the Missouri Photo Workshop. Photos show school scenes, people of all ages, and a business street.

8. The Dodge City Peace Commission The Dodge City Peace Commission April 2013 Article provides biographical information for five of eight individuals who posed for a photograph on June 7, 1883, that captured Dodge City's peace commissioners at that time. Three of the eight pictured...

9. Kansas City's Social Season Highlights Much Grace and Charm Kansas City's Social Season Highlights Much Grace and Charm April, 1950 Article briefly traces the history of African American social life and status in Kansas City. Mentions the Ivanhoe Club and the Beau Brummels as early social groups. In Kansas City, Kansas, the Trouveur...

10. Beating the Odds in Missouri: Stuart Symington's First Campaign For the Senate, 1952 Beating the Odds in Missouri: Stuart Symington's First Campaign For the Senate, 1952 April, 2003 Article details the Missouri U. S. senatorial campaign of 1952 when Democratic candidate Stuart Symington from St. Louis ran against the incumbant Republican James P. Kem from Kansas City. Symington had...

11. A First-Class Café A First-Class Café April//1903 Short description of the café designed by Louis Curtiss located at 804-6 Delaware in Kansas City, Missouri. Includes interior photographs in the supplement section of this issue.

12. James Welling: Photographs, 1981-98 James Welling: Photographs, 1981-98 April//1999 Review of photography show at the Society for Contemporary Photography Gallery.

13. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts April/1/1916 Photo and bio of Harry Evans, "president of the Ponca Refining Company of Ponca City," Oklahoma, born in Ohio and arriving in Kansas City in 1888, becoming secretary of the Kansas City Hardware Company,...

14. Photographs and Facts: Clement F. Clarke Photographs and Facts: Clement F. Clarke April/1/1916 Photo and bio of Clement Clarke, a native Kansas City lawyer with the Caroll Adjustment Company, describing his life and career.

15. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts April/15/1916 Photo and biographical article about John Hutton, a lawyer "born near Parsons, Kansas," practicing in Kansas City, and residing at 1100 Bellefontaine Avenue.

16. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts April/8/1916 Photo and biographical article about J. Howard Harbison, secretary and co-founder of the Harbison Manufacturing Company in 1898, born in Kansas City in 1878 and starting work at the age of 14, residing...

17. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts April/8/1916 Photo and biographical article about Bruce Nace, "president of the F. Nace Box Company," born in Pennsylvania in 1867 starting out "as a civil engineer with the Fort Scott Railroad."

18. Lexington and the Santa Fe Trail Lexington and the Santa Fe Trail August 1, 1991 This article is 19th in the magazines series on museums and historic sites along the Santa Fe Trail. Author presents the history of Lexington, Missouri, and its involvement with the Santa Fe Trail including...

19. Home, Sweet Battlefront Home, Sweet Battlefront August 1, 2004 Photographs and article describing the John Wornall house in Westport, Missouri, particularly during the Battle of Wesport, October 1863. ''Wornall returned to the Westport home in 1874, following four...

20. A Well-Documented Life A Well-Documented Life August 1, 2005 Photographs and article of artist Sydney Larson, former professor of art at Columbia College where he taught for five decades. He was an apprentice with Thomas Hart Benton, sketching Benton's mural ''Independence...