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21. Ginger Club Businesses Offer Snappy Service Ginger Club Businesses Offer Snappy Service January 30, 2008 Postcard image showing the 300 block of East 12th Street (circa 1909) and a short article about the "Ginger Club," a group of 12th Street business owners who promoted the 300 block area and whose motto...

22. Hallmark Cards, Incorporated Hallmark Cards, Incorporated Photos, illustrations, and information on Hallmark Cards, a Kansas City-based greeting company founded by Joyce Hall in the early 1900s and headquartered at Crown Center.

23. Handbills and Posters Handbills and Posters File contains various handbills, posters, and related materials.

24. Heathwood Park Heathwood Park July 25, 2007 Brief article and early postcard image of Heathwood Park in Kansas City, Kansas. The park is located at 10th & L Road and was developed in the early 1900s as part of the Parkwood residential district.

25. Highest Point in KC Housed Corruption Cleanser Highest Point in KC Housed Corruption Cleanser August 19, 2009 Postcard image of the David Proctor residence at 7404 Mercier St., reported to be "located on the highest point in Kansas City, 301.5 feet above the Missouri River." The accompanying article includes biographical...

26. Holy Rosary Crib Tradition a Holiday Classic Holy Rosary Crib Tradition a Holiday Classic December 24, 2008 Postcard image from 1941 of the Holy Rosary Church's Christmas crib nativity scene and a short article about the history of the church and its crib tradition. The Holy Rosary Parish was found in the 1880s...

27. Hotel Victoria Ahead of Time Hotel Victoria Ahead of Time March 7, 2012 Postcard image of and short article on the Hotel Victoria, formerly located at Ninth Street and McGee. The 240-room hotel opened in 1888 and was frequently patronized by wealthy cattlemen in town for business....

28. House a Gateway to Wyandot Past House a Gateway to Wyandot Past February 15, 2012 Postcard image of and short article on the John M. and Lucy. B Armstrong Residence in Wyandotte County, Kansas. The home was purported to be the oldest existing building in Kansas City, KS when the postcard...

29. In the Beginning, Northeast High School is Newly Constructed In the Beginning, Northeast High School is Newly Constructed January 12, 2011 Postcard image and short article about the construction of the Northeast High School building, completed in 1913. Classes were held at the old Central High School at 11th & Locust prior to the building's...

30. Innovative Trucks Drove Kansas City's Economy Innovative Trucks Drove Kansas City's Economy September 9, 2009 Advertising photo postcard and description of the Kansas City Auto Truck Co. (1428 Holmes St.) The image shows delivery trucks manufactured by the company for Kansas City businesses including the Kansas...

31. Joyce Hall of Hallmark Joyce Hall of Hallmark November-December//1973 Photos and biographical article about Joyce Hall, founder and president of Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, discussing his career, the history of his business, "one of the country's best known and most prestigious...

32. Kansas--The Centennial Year Kansas--The Centennial Year October//1961 First of a two-part series of articles with photos (of historical Kansas postcards) and description of the pre-Civil War history and centennial celebration of the state of Kansas in 1861.

33. Kansas--The Centennial Year Kansas--The Centennial Year November//1961 Second of a two-part series of articles with photos (of historical Kansas postcards) and description of the post-Civil War history and centennial celebration of the state of Kansas in 1861.

34. Kansas City's First Memorial Kansas City's First Memorial March 10, 2010 Postcard image and short article about the history of the August R. Meyer Memorial. Located at 10th Street and Paseo Boulevard, the monument was dedicated on June 2, 1909, in memory of August Meyer, first...

35. Lake Hiwassee Now a Distant Memory Lake Hiwassee Now a Distant Memory May 15, 2013 Postcard image of and short article about Lake Hiwassee, a man-made lake formerly located at 63rd and Indiana Lane in the Country Club District. The lake featured two islands connected by rustic bridges...

36. Larrapin Lous & Bustin Babes For a Good Cause Larrapin Lous & Bustin Babes For a Good Cause October 10, 2012 Short article about an exhibition game that took place Oct. 15, 1927 at Muehlebach Field between teams managed by George Herman '"Babe" Ruth and "Larrapin" Lou Gehrig. The game was fundraiser for Mercy...

37. Liberty Memorial Great Frieze Liberty Memorial Great Frieze November 9, 2011 Postcard image of and short article about the stone frieze carved into the north wall of the Liberty Memorial monument. The frieze measures 18 feet high and 140 feet long. It was designed by Italian sculptor...

38. Loss of the Great American Shoe Store Loss of the Great American Shoe Store March 9, 2011 Postcard image and accompanying article on the G. R. Kinney Co. shoe store located at 8th & Delaware in Kansas City, Missouri. The company was founded by George Romanta Kinney who revolutionized the industry...

39. Main Street Theater History to Live on as Downtown's New Cineplex Main Street Theater History to Live on as Downtown's New Cineplex April 9, 2008 Article and postcard image of the old Mainstreet Theater (14th and Main Street). The theater was designed by the firm of Rapp and Rapp of Chicago and opened October 30, 1921. The historic building was...

40. Martin King of Exaggerated Postcards Martin King of Exaggerated Postcards May 22, 2013 Article profiles William H. "Dad" Martin of Ottawa, Kansas, considered to be a pioneer of the exaggerated or "tall-tale" postcard. Martin worked under photographer E.H. Corwin in Ottawa in the early 1900s...