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Lake of the Ozarks
U.s Geological Survey
State of Oklahoma Geol...
Geological Survey of M...
James M Greenwood
Biography of Harry S. Truman (1884-1972), President of the United States (1945-1953)
Biography of Moses Grinter (1810-1878) and Anna Marshall Grinter (1820-1905), Pioneers
Topographical map of Morgan and Camden Counties in Missouri, just north of the Lake of the Ozarks. Included are northern branches of that lake and its feeders. Roads of various grades are shown, as well...
Topographical map of Ray and Jackson counties in Missouri, including the towns of Orrick, Levasy, and Buckner, showing as well the Missouri River. Also depicted are roads of various grades, railroads,...
Topographical map of Benton County, Missouri, located in southwest Missouri adjacent to Lake of the Ozarks. Depicted are creeks feeding the lake, local roads, and numerous schools.
Topographical map of Miller County in central Missouri. Depicted is the town of Eldon, as well as railroads and roads of varying grades, schools, churches, and cemeteries.
Frederick Lyman Lee II, October 7, 1935-December 29, 1998
Obituary for Frederick Lyman Lee II, or Fred Lee (1935-1998), a historical writer and native of Kansas City. Details of his life and career, starting as a writer in 1961 after service in the military,...
Gravois Mills Quadrangle
Topographical map of Morgan County, Missouri, adjacent to the Lake of the Ozarks. Included are the Gravois Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks, numerous hollows, beaches, and tributaries, and state roads and...
James M. Greenwood Papers Finding Aid
1891-1941 (bulk 1891-1914)
James M. Greenwood was the leading educator in Kansas City for 40 years (1874-1914). In his tenure as superintendent of schools, he became recognized locally, nationally, and internationally. He was born...
Lewis and Clark Resources
A bibliography of materials related to Lewis and Clark held by the Kansas City Public Library.
Topographical map which features the southern portion of the town of Liberty and a section of the Missouri River. Other towns and landmarks depicted are Claycomo, Ravenna Gardens, Glenaire, White Hall...
Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present
Biographical sketch of H. S. Julian, "special assistant to the Attorney General of the United States," born in Kentucky in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1884 as a lawyer, serving in the Spanish-American...
Topographical map of Ottawa County, Oklahoma, including segments of the Spring River and Five Mile Creek. Map also depicts roads, highways, schools, and railroads.
Ottawa County Topography
1920 (1927 revision)
Topographical map of Ottawa County, Oklahoma, depicting the area of Township 29 North, Range 22 East, Sections 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, and 36. Map shows roads, buildings, railroads, altitude, streams,...
Topographical map of areas of Reynolds, Carter, and Wayne counties in Missouri, including the town of Piedmont and segments of the Black and St. Francis rivers. Also depicted are roads of varying grades,...
SC117 Map Collection
1642-2009 and n.d.
This is an artificial collection consisting of maps found in the Missouri Valley Special Collections. The collection includes historical, road, and geological maps, as well as travel guides. Most of the...
SC163 Kansas City Public Works Collection
1905-1978 and n.d.
This collection contains reports, correspondence, permits, regulations, blueprints, and notes concerning the operations of the Kansas City Public Works Department in the early to mid-20th century. The...
Shell Official Road Map of Missouri
Road map of Missouri showing the state highway system and the various types of roads within that system, as well as state parks, points of interest, airports, and populations of cities and towns. Map also...
Topographical map of an area of Platte County, Missouri, including the city of Weston and a segment of the Missouri River. Also depicted are adjacent areas of Atchison and Leavenworth counties in Kansas,...
Why Charge a Cover?
July 19, 1935
Article about the plans for a high-class night club at 79th and Holmes Roads called Mayfair, "advertised as 'the most elaborate night club in the Middle West" with "elaborate furnishings, art, statuary,...
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