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141. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts January/15/1916 Photo and biographical article about Adelbert Nichols, "of the A. P. Nichols Investment Company," born in Illinois in 1869 and coming to Kansas City as a child, with residence at 3787 Pennsylvania Street....

142. 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."

143. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts March/25/1916 Photo and bio of John Barber White, or John White, a lumber magnate born in New York in 1847 and moving to Missouri in 1879 before coming to Kansas City as a forestry conservationist and member of the...

144. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts July/1/1916 Photo and biograhical sketch of Edward Davenport, a native of Oregon "coming to Kansas City as president of the Velie Motor Co., 1616 McGee Street."

145. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts July/29/1916 Photo and biographical article about Grant Rosenzweig, "one of Kansas City's great attorneys," born in Pennsylvania in 1865 and coming here in 1887 with residence at the "northwest corner of 38th and Gillham...

146. 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.

147. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts January/1/1916 Photo and biographical article about B. Haywood Hagerman, "vice-president of the James B. Welsh Realty Company, with offices in the Lathrop building," born in Kansas City in 1888 and starting out as a...

148. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts March/4/1916 Photo and biographical article about J. L. Hanly, "a tobacco broker" and native of Kentucky coming to Kansas City in 1887.

149. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts February 12, 1916 Photo and biographical article about Randolph Preston Rogers, an attorney "with the law firm of Warner, Dean, McLeod and Langworthy." Born in Arkansas in 1884 and coming to Kansas City in 1909 as a lawyer....

150. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts December/25/1915 Photo and biographical article about Wallace Robinson, "owner and operator of "the Orville Apartments in Kansas City" and the Westgate Hotel at 9th and Main Streets. Born in Canada in 1866 and coming "to...

151. Photographs and Facts: Bertrand Rockwell Clarke Photographs and Facts: Bertrand Rockwell Clarke November/20/1915 Photo and bio of Bertrand Clarke, "vice-president of the United States Trust Company and the president of the Country Club," describing his life and career, starting in Kansas.

152. 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.

153. Photographs of Light and Spaces at Stamper Photographs of Light and Spaces at Stamper January 2001 Review of photograph show at the Stamper Photographic Gallery.

154. Planning and Planting of Our Parks and Boulevard System, The Planning and Planting of Our Parks and Boulevard System, The Spring//2001 This article gives an overview of the history of the development of the park and boulevard system in Kansas City starting in the late nineteenth century, including the people who made it happen. Illustrations...

155. Portraits of the Plains: The Photographs of F.M. Steele Portraits of the Plains: The Photographs of F.M. Steele Winter 2005-2006 Francis Marion Steele was an itinerant photographer capturing primarily rural, cowboy and ranching scenes of the Great Plains region during the late 19th and early 20th century. States included Kansas,...

156. Pursuit Of a Ruptured Duck: When Kansas Citians Went To War Pursuit Of a Ruptured Duck: When Kansas Citians Went To War Autumn 2002 Edward Matheny recently authored a book entitled "Pursuit of a Ruptured Duck: When Kansas Citians Went to War". The term "ruptured duck" refers to the lapel pin given to honorably discharged veterans....

157. Raises His Own Coffee Raises His Own Coffee October 1902 Description of Fred Wolferman's grocery store and his company known as Dos Amigos Rubber and Coffee Co. The Dos Amigos plantation was in Mexico near the Isthmus [of Tehuantepec]. Exact location is not...

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

159. Record of Progress Record of Progress July 1902 Report on F. Weber's Sons, a manufacturer of harnesses and saddles. Includes interior photographs of the company factory and salesroom.

160. Rediscovery of the Rice Family Plantation Cemetery in Raytown Rediscovery of the Rice Family Plantation Cemetery in Raytown Spring 2005 Grave markers have been discovered by a family dog in the yard of the Morgan family in Raytown. The tombstone of Sallie Rice, wife of early Jackson County figure Archibald Rice, was unearthed and is pictured...