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201. The Thriving Communities of Platte County The Thriving Communities of Platte County May 2002 The "Regional Publications" of this issue center on Platte County and include the Platte County Economic Development Report. Includes photographs and statistical reports on many aspects of this area.

202. The Untouchables The Untouchables June//1987 Photographs included. 40 of the Proud, Praised, and Free [Dan Henry, Len Dawson, etc.].

203. The Uptown Theatre The Uptown Theatre Fourth Quarter, 1987 Article features the Uptown Theatre in Kansas City, Missouri, and includes several photographs of the interior and exterior of the theater. Some of the unusual features of the building are highlighted....

204. There's a Green Glow at KCP&L's New Offices There's a Green Glow at KCP&L's New Offices October/November 2010 Kansas City Power and Light Company moved from 1201 Walnut to 12 floors of One Kansas City Place. The article has photographs and discusses the energy-efficient and sustainable-design of the office space....

205. Thomas Hart Benton: Painting in Photographs Thomas Hart Benton: Painting in Photographs September 2008 Feature article describing Thomas Hart Benton and his work. Gives a brief history, discusses some of his famous works, and describes Benton’s studio and home located in the Roanoke district.

206. Through a Glass Brightly Through a Glass Brightly October 2000 The KC library has some old photos of landmarks that demonstrate a unique photo process using potato starch. These autochrome photos were taken by Frank Lauder and were used in giving talks to primarily...

207. To Garry Owen in Glory To Garry Owen in Glory July 2011 Short article about early military bands, especially those in the West. Lists some of the tunes or songs in the usual repertorires of the bands. Includes several pictures of military bands and a sidebar...

208. Tornado Alley Tornado Alley May 1, 2003 Short essay under "Editor's Note" about the devasting tornado that struck the metro area on Sunday, May 4, 2003. Gives some personal experiences of families and includes some color photographs.

209. Total War on the Missouri Border Total War on the Missouri Border July//1996 Explanation of the guerrilla border warfare that took place in Missouri and Kansas both before and during the Civil War. Author explains the situation in these states that precipitated the unique conflict...

210. Toward Fisher's Fence: Getting On Tract To Preserve One of Our Most Intact, Early Homesteads Toward Fisher's Fence: Getting On Tract To Preserve One of Our Most Intact, Early Homesteads Autumn 2003 Article about the Adam and Letty Fisher homestead located today east of Jones Road, mid-way between Bundschu and Truman Roads. The Fisher family were early residents of Jackson County and had slaves. Includes...

211. Toward the Horizon: Alex S. MacLean's Photographs Toward the Horizon: Alex S. MacLean's Photographs June 25, 1905 Article describes photographer Alex S. MacLean's project to document Kansas City's "built and natural environments" from the air. Also described are other aerial photographs, including those in the Library...

212. Twisters, Trains & Transitions Twisters, Trains & Transitions June 2008 Article with photographs about John William "Blind" Boone, the piano virtuoso from the 1800s. It includes a color photograph of his piano that was specially made for him by Chickering & Sons in Boston...

213. Unlocking the Shackled Past of Jackson County's Jail in Independence Unlocking the Shackled Past of Jackson County's Jail in Independence Autumn 2004 The Jackson County Historical Society is celebrating its 45th anniversary of ownership and operation of the 1859 Jail in Independence, Missouri. This article is the second of two installments concerning...

214. Vintage KC: 1920-1921 Vintage KC: 1920-1921 July 2007 Photographs and a brief article about the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City building at 925 Grand. Construction of the 367,000-square-foot building began in in May 1920 and was completed in November...

215. Voices from the Territory Voices from the Territory Spring 2004 Photographs and descriptions of 19 key figures in the history of the Kansas Territory. The individuals pictured and described in the article are: Florella Brown Adair, John Brown Jr. and Own Brown (sons...

216. Volunteers Helping: Collections at Society Archives Are Growing Volunteers Helping: Collections at Society Archives Are Growing August 1977 Description of "[c]opies of materials and photographs of the old Webb Castle on Truman Road from Clara Lee Webb's album" acquired by the Jackson County Historical Society.

217. Welcoming "Pa" on the Kaw: Kansas's "Colored" Militia and the 1864 Price Raid Welcoming "Pa" on the Kaw: Kansas's "Colored" Militia and the 1864 Price Raid Summer//2002 Article gives a history of the African American militia units in Kansas raised during the Civil War. It details those "colored" units that fought in the Battle of Westport and the battles in this area...

218. 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....

219. West Edge: Dream Project Has Unique Challenges and Opportunities West Edge: Dream Project Has Unique Challenges and Opportunities Fall 2011 Article about the stalled West Edge project just off the Country Club Plaza at Belleview Avenue and 48th Street, detailing the design that was Bob Bernstein’s vision until he walked away from the project....

220. What's In a Name? The Bloch Family What's In a Name? The Bloch Family December 1, 2003 Article features the Bloch families, Henry, Richard and Leon, founders of H & R Block tax services. The brothers grew up in Kansas City and started the business in earnest in 1955. Includes photographs...