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21. All That Jazz All That Jazz January 26, 2002 Photograph of Warren Durrett and his orchestra at the Pla-Mor, ca1950. Vocalist appears to be Marilyn Maye. Mr. Durrett recently donated to the American Jazz Museum memorabilia from his long career. Items...

22. America's Historical Opportunity America's Historical Opportunity Summer 2007 This reprint article starts out recounting the efforts of Ezra Meeker in publicizing the Oregon Trail. He traveled the trail in its early years, and later he championed the cause of trail preservation....

23. American Legion: How Kansas City Won the 1921 Convention American Legion: How Kansas City Won the 1921 Convention October 26, 1920 Describes the work of the American Legion National Convention Committee in obtaining the convention for Kansas City.

24. Another Life, Lived in Photographs Another Life, Lived in Photographs November//1999 Review of photograph show at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.

25. Art and Education: The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art Johnson County Community College Art and Education: The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art Johnson County Community College October 2007 The Nerman Museum opens October 2007. It is the second largest museum in the Kansas City area and is unusual in being located on a college campus. Article features color photographs of building and collections....

26. Art Writ Large Art Writ Large March 2011 Review of architectural and fine-art photographer Mike Sinclair whose "work has been seen in major publications and architectural press such as the "The New York Times," "Dwell," "Metropolis," "Architectural...

27. Artists Directory 2006-7 Artists Directory 2006-7 October 1, 2005 The Kansas City Artists Coalition ''is a nonprofit organization that promotes visual arts awareness in Kansas City and the surrounding region, and supports the professional growth of artists.'' Featured...

28. Baptism of Fire Baptism of Fire September 1, 2004 Short article on Jesse James with an analysis and illustrations of a couple of the known photographs of him. Also includes a large illustration of the William Quantrill original cabinet card, ca1880.

29. 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...

30. Before the Arabia Sank: Mormon Passengers up the Missouri in 1856 Before the Arabia Sank: Mormon Passengers up the Missouri in 1856 Fall//1998 Article gives the history of the Arabia steamboat, the digging up of the sunken boat, the museum located in Kansas City to hold the remains, and of the Mormon passengers going up the Missouri to ports...

31. Blunt's Raid: The Army of the Frontier Seizes Van Buren, Arkansas Blunt's Raid: The Army of the Frontier Seizes Van Buren, Arkansas September 1, 2005 Brigadier General James G. Blunt was "a hard-driving and hard-drinking amateur soldier from Kansas" who found himself in the position in December, 1862, to take Van Buren, Arkansas, a port on the north...

32. Brave New World Brave New World Spring 2004 Eleven captioned photographs of early settlements in Kansas Territory, along with quotations from prominent early settlers describing the pioneer experience.

33. Catalogue of the Nelson Gallery of Art Catalogue of the Nelson Gallery of Art October 1904 Listing of each piece of art with artist, type of artwork, date, and museum of origin as of 1904 in what was originally called the Western Gallery of Art.

34. Celebrating Buffalo Bill Celebrating Buffalo Bill May 2011 This photo essay features rarely seen images of Buffalo Bill from the new book “Buffalo Bill: Scout, Showman, Visionary,” by Steve Friesen, director of the Buffalo Bill Museum.

35. Central City of the West Central City of the West July//1900 Article stating Kansas City's population as 250,000 in 1900. Discussion of the city's history and planning developments, with photographs of the West Bottoms, Chase School, Midland Hotel lobby, Fairmount...

36. Charles Henry Langston and the African American Struggle in Kansas Charles Henry Langston and the African American Struggle in Kansas Winter//1999-2000 Article focuses on Charles Henry Langston, African American educator, civil rights leader and politician and brother of John Mercer Langston and grandfather of Langston Hughes. Includes photographs and...

37. Chautauqua: Then and Now Chautauqua: Then and Now Summer//1999 Article gives a history of the chautauqua circuits in Kansas from the later 19th century to the early part of the 20th century. Includes photographs and maps.

38. Codeblue: The Prognosis for Health care in Metropolitan Kansas City Codeblue: The Prognosis for Health care in Metropolitan Kansas City January 2002 Article describes problems faced by Kansas City area health systems and hospitals. Includes statements and photographs of four area health system chief executive officers: John Bluford of Truman Medical...

39. Collection of Photographs Acquired by Historical Society Collection of Photographs Acquired by Historical Society November 1960 Notice about the acquisition from Miles Standish (of Independence) of the "collection of photographs of Kansas City and Independence showing events taking place during the first quarter of the [twentieth]...

40. Costumes, Grain, Lizards, Bones & Vacuum Cleaners: the Urban Wilderness of Waldo Costumes, Grain, Lizards, Bones & Vacuum Cleaners: the Urban Wilderness of Waldo November 2007 The author of this article explains why he likes the "messy" urbanism of the Waldo area. Article features many black and white photographs of streetscapes, businesses, and residences.