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41. Culture Economy: The Midwest's New Art City Culture Economy: The Midwest's New Art City January 2007 A panel discussion about the relationship between art and economic development in Kansas City. Panel included Paul Tyler, David Ford, Porter Arneill, David Dowell, and Brad Nicholson. Article includes...

42. Dan White Images of Kansas City Jazz Artists at American Jazz Museum Dan White Images of Kansas City Jazz Artists at American Jazz Museum May 1, 2006 Review of "The Fine Art of Kansas City Jazz: the Photographs of Dan White".

43. Developing Greatness Developing Greatness October 2007 Review of exhibit of historic photographs from the Hallmark Collection at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The collection, gifted to the Nelson in 2005 by Hallmark, portrays "The Origins of American Photography,...

44. Downtown: 1997-2004 Downtown: 1997-2004 n.d. Photographs of downtown Kansas City.

45. Early Osage--"The Ishmaelites of the Savages", The Early Osage--"The Ishmaelites of the Savages", The Spring//1988 History of the Osage Indians with coverage of their time spent in Missouri and Kansas. Well illustrated with maps, photographs and drawings.

46. Enemy Soldiers On American Soil: When WWII POWS Camped in Jackson County, Missouri Enemy Soldiers On American Soil: When WWII POWS Camped in Jackson County, Missouri Autumn 2003 There were 15,000 POWS located in Missouri during World War II. Jackson County had one camp located at Atherton. Article about this camp, includes photographs and footnotes.

47. Everything Old Is New Again Everything Old Is New Again February 2002 Photographs, drawings, and article about several projects involving restoration of historic buildings.

48. Ezra Meeker's March to Washington, March-December 1907 Ezra Meeker's March to Washington, March-December 1907 Summer 2006 It has been 100 years since Ezra Meeker's 1906 Old Oregon Trail Monument Expedition. "Meeker had undertaken the trip in order to promote the importance of the Oregon Trail in American history, place markers...

49. Father, Son, and Country on the Eve of War: William Allen White, William Lindsay White, and American Father, Son, and Country on the Eve of War: William Allen White, William Lindsay White, and American Isolationism, 1940-1941 Spring 2005 William Allen White, Kansas journalist and newspaper owner, and his son William Lindsay White are featured in this article. The article presents a comparison between the elder White, who opposed U.S. involvment...

50. Features of Fire Prevention Day Parade Features of Fire Prevention Day Parade November 2, 1920 Photographs of the Fire Prevention Day Parade of October 9, 1920.

51. Flour Milling in Kansas City: How Kansas City Grew to be Third Largest Milling Center Flour Milling in Kansas City: How Kansas City Grew to be Third Largest Milling Center August 31, 1920 History of the flour milling industry in Kansas City including list of working mills and their capacities and Kansas City flour output statistics for 1903 through 1919. Includes photographs of Ismert-Hincke...

52. 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...

53. From the Archives From the Archives March 1964 One paragraph about the presentation of an archive collection of the Holland family to the Jackson County Historical Society by Mrs. Lou Holland.

54. From the Archives From the Archives March 1964 One paragraph about the collection of photographs from the Swoford family showing "a street corner and some buildings, horses and street car tracks, and on the side of one building. ..printed P[alace]...

55. Frontier Protective and Social Network: The Anti-Horse Thief Association in Kansas Frontier Protective and Social Network: The Anti-Horse Thief Association in Kansas Fall 2003 The Anti-Horse Thief Association (AHTA) came together in 1882 in Kansas to protect against horse thieves. It eventually outlived its original purpose of theft protection and evolved into two stages, progressive...

56. Fruit of the Money Tree Fruit of the Money Tree February 2002 Photographs and article about Joe Zwillenberg, a young restauranteur responsible for the Joe Joe's Italian Eatery chain of restaurants, as well as a new venture in midtown, Joe's Burger Joint.

57. Garment District Wears L.A. Concept Well Garment District Wears L.A. Concept Well October/November 2010 Half-page article with half a page of photographs about the collective of nine fashion boutiques under one roof in the Power and Light District using the historic name "Garment District." The "inspiration...

58. Genuine Cowboys Captured Alive Genuine Cowboys Captured Alive July, 2005 Article includes historic photographs of various true "cowboys," in an effort to establish what the "most popular American folk hero" really looked like.

59. Get Your Kicks on Route 66 Get Your Kicks on Route 66 June 2011 Author describes his travel on Route 66 from St. Louis to Joplin. "Besides driving Route 66, the plan was to sample cuisine from various restaurants and diners and little hole-in-the-wall places along...

60. Getting Taxes Equalized Getting Taxes Equalized June//1941 Story about the sweeping real estate tax reassessments across Jackson County, Missouri, in 1941 and in the wake of political reform after the ousting of the corrupt Pendergast machine. Description of the...