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1. 'Sporting House' History: Opulence to Backroom 'Sporting House' History: Opulence to Backroom January/28/1975 Illustrations and biographical article (second in a five-part series) about the history of prostitution in Kansas City back to the 1870s madame Annie Chambers and progressing through the wide-open 1930s...

2. A Lady Revealed A Lady Revealed Fall//1998 Article about the secret identities and hidden pasts of former mistresses and real estate women Louise Heorath (born in 1866 as Cora Totty) and Annie Chambers (born in 1843 as Leannah Kearns), around 1900....

3. A Lady Revealed in the Last Years of a Woman of Uncertain Reputation: The Story of Louise Heorath A Lady Revealed in the Last Years of a Woman of Uncertain Reputation: The Story of Louise Heorath Spring 2005 Louise Heorath whose real name was Cora Totty was associated with Annie Chambers, owner of houses of prostitution in the city around the turn of the century. "Perhaps it was not until the 18th Amendment...

4. Annie Chambers Annie Chambers File contains a brochure on the 100 West tavern, with reprints of old local newspaper articles about Annie Chambers (1842-1935), the most prominent local madam of the Old West and early 20th century, and...

5. Annie Chambers House Annie Chambers House n.d. Interior hallway of the Annie Chambers' house of prostitution, located at 300 Wyandotte.

6. Annie Chambers' Brothel Annie Chambers' Brothel circa 1930s The entrance to Annie Chambers' house of prostitution, on the corner of 3rd and Wyandotte, has an Oriental design.

7. Annie Chambers' High-Toned Brothel Annie Chambers' High-Toned Brothel Fall//1997 Article about the brothels or bordellos in Kansas City and similar frontier towns in the middle to late 19th century, describing them in general as well as Kansas City brothels and the practice of prostitution...

8. Biography of Annie Chambers (1843-1935), Madame Biography of Annie Chambers (1843-1935), Madame 2007

9. Description of Kansas City in 1880 Description of Kansas City in 1880 1950 Chapter of the book about "Old West" Kansas City, complete with gunfighters, shady saloons, muddy streets, and sightings of Wild Bill Hickok. Includes a list of bordellos and saloons and their occupants,...

10. Gambling Halls, Saloons and Bawdy Houses Gambling Halls, Saloons and Bawdy Houses July 1, 1972 Article provides a brief history of Kansas City's gambling halls, saloons and houses of prostitution. Some of the establishments mentioned include Faro Number Three, Faro Number Twelve Marble Hall, Fortune...

11. Gay Era Link Is to Go Gay Era Link Is to Go Septemeber 17, 1942 Article reports on the proposed razing of the historic home of Annie Chambers at 300 Wyandotte Street to make way for a parking lot. Before her death, Chambers deeded the home to Beulah and David Bulkley...

12. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Annie Chambers (1843-1935), a prostitution resort owner and manager in Kansas City. She was born in Kentucky as Leanna Loveall, marrying William Chambers, becoming his widow and moving...

13. Past Lives: Inside Annie's Chambers Past Lives: Inside Annie's Chambers December 1979 Article about the large house serving as a residence and place of business for Annie Chambers, a prominent Kansas City madam, at 3rd and Wyandotte Streets. Photo and description of the house, later demolished,...

14. Queen of the Kansas City Red Lights Queen of the Kansas City Red Lights July-September, 2004 Article describes the life of Kansas City madam Annie Chambers. Chambers was born Leannah Loveall near Lexington, Kentucky in 1842, and arrived in Kansas City in 1869. She died March 24, 1935, and is buried...

15. Says Scattering of Vice Is Wrong: Woman from Former Isolated Zone Tells Crusaders They've Made Error Says Scattering of Vice Is Wrong: Woman from Former Isolated Zone Tells Crusaders They've Made Error November/12/1913 Article describing the lengthy public statements about prostitution in Kansas City at a meeting of "the Society for the Prevention of Vice" by "Mrs. William Kearns, better known as Annie Chambers, who...

16. South Siders Getting Thrill from Sight-Seeing in House of Annie Chambers: Colorful Figure in Red Light South Siders Getting Thrill from Sight-Seeing in House of Annie Chambers: Colorful Figure in Red Light District for Half Century Relates Her Story Nightly May/15/1932 Article about stories told by Annie Chambers (1842-1935), the notorious Kansas City madam, about her past and about her brothel built at 3rd and Wyandotte Streets in 1871, including photos of her as a...

17. The Enigma of a Painting The Enigma of a Painting June-July//1973 Article about the portrait believed to be of Leannah Kearns, commonly known as brothel madam Annie Chambers (1843-1935), describing her life, entering Kansas City and the prostitution business in about...