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1. City Council: Who Are These People? City Council: Who Are These People? January//1983 Photos and biographical descriptions of Jerry Riffel and Joe Serviss, members of the City Council. Description of Riffel as the replacement for Richard Berkley in the city's fourth district, "Kansas City's...

2. Kansas City Business Men Kansas City Business Men February//1899 Photos and short descriptions of two of the "recent additions to" the directors of the Doggett Dry Goods Company "at the northwest corner [of] Main and Eleventh streets," E. H. Bachman the "buyer and manager...

3. Priests of Pallas Souvenir Priests of Pallas Souvenir September 1, 1901 A picture of the Priests of Pallas souvenir for 1901 is shown in this short article. "It is a gold jewel box of elaborate workmanship, and was manufactured by the Rogers Silver Plate Company of Danbury,...

4. Silk Tapestries: A National Treasure Silk Tapestries: A National Treasure June 1, 2006 John Pottie displays his collection of silk tapestries, a rare art form, at the National Silk Art Museum in Weston, Missouri. The museum is on the second floor above the restuarant, Charlemagne's, also...

5. The Ill-Fated Kansas Silk Industry The Ill-Fated Kansas Silk Industry Winter//2000-2001 Illustrations, photos, and article about the failed silk industry in late 19th century Kansas, starting with the founding of Silkville, Kansas, in 1869 by "Ernest Valeton de Boissiere, a nobleman from...

6. The Presidency: If He's Right, I'm Wrong The Presidency: If He's Right, I'm Wrong July/29/1946 Photo of President Harry Truman and article about his political fight supporting the Jim Pendergast machine candidate Enos Axtell against "conservative Representative Roger Caldwell Slaughter of Missouri's...

7. Tough as Silk Tough as Silk September//1992 Biographical article about Karen Clegg, "vice president of administration for the Kansas City division of Allied-Signal Aerospace Company." Description of her life and career, starting as a first grade...