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1. 20 Years Later, We Dread the Next Flood 20 Years Later, We Dread the Next Flood June 9, 2013 Article focuses upon remembrance of the flood that impacted the Kansas City area during the summer of 1993. Business and property owners in the affected areas are interviewed and discuss both their recollections...

2. A Lost Pioneer A Lost Pioneer May 21, 2006 Americus V. McKim, known as "the father of Kansas City baseball" is buried in Elmwood Cemetery. He died February 10, 1910 at age 70. In the 1880s, "McKim was the driving force who brought major-league...

3. Adios amigo...Are affluent newcomers putting the squeeze on old West side residents? Adios amigo...Are affluent newcomers putting the squeeze on old West side residents? March 18-24, 2004 Article discusses the perception by some that "gentrification" is squeezing out the Hispanic and lower income population on Kansas City's west side.

4. An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City December/8/1964 Article about Ernest Brostrom, one of the Chicago School of architects led by Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan, with Kansas City designs including the Holsum Bakery at 814 Southwest Boulevard, Jensen...

5. An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City December/8/1964 Biographical article about architect Ernest Olaf Brostrom, or Ernest Brostrom, moving to Kansas City from Sweden around the turn of the century in an unsuccessful attempt to procure studies under Chicago...

6. Behind the Scenes at Parisi Artisan Coffee Behind the Scenes at Parisi Artisan Coffee August 17-23, 2006 Article profiles new coffee company owned by brothers Joe, Salvatore and Anthony Parisi. The brothers have been in business as Parisi Brothers, Inc. since 1983, doing food warehousing, processsing and...

7. Bridgework In Progress Bridgework In Progress August/24/2002 Captioned photograph showing the demolition of the Kansas City Terminal Railway Bridge located at Southwest Boulevard and 25th Street. The nearly 90 year old bridge will be replaced with two bridges capable...

8. By-Paths of Business By-Paths of Business March/23/1947 Article about "Plastic Pressed Forms, Inc.," a plastics company formed by Norman Spelman ("manufacturer's agent in the field of plastics") and "process[ing] industrial plastic material into useful shapes...

9. Carmen Copy Carmen Copy January/3-9/2002 Review of Carmen's on the Boulevard, 520 Southwest Boulevard.

10. Casa Mesa Imports moves to the West Side Casa Mesa Imports moves to the West Side October 30 - November 5, 2003 Article discusses Casa Mesa Imports, 3054 Southwest Boulevard. Owners Frank Motaleone aend Christian Nixon first opened the store, which sells furniture and accessories imported from Mexico, in 1999 at...

11. Chance Plays a Role in Kansas Citian's Big Oil Job Chance Plays a Role in Kansas Citian's Big Oil Job May/18/1958 Photo and biographical article about William Kenney, a former Kansas Citian and "vice-president and general counsel of the Shell Oil company" in New York City. Description of his life and career, born...

12. Danny Edwards Ready To Make His Move Danny Edwards Ready To Make His Move June 12, 2007 Danny Edwards Famous Kansas City Barbecue (1227 Grand Boulevard), a popular downtown eatery for 23 years, is relocating to 2900 Southwest Boulevard. The new owner of the Grand street property, Jon Copaken,...

13. Doing It by the Book for More Than a Century Doing It by the Book for More Than a Century September 20, 2009 Profile of the Engel Bindery Co., a nearly 125-year-old bookbindery located at 322 Southwest Boulevard. The company was founded in 1885 by a family of German immigrants and was originally located at 909...

14. Don Survivor Don Survivor December 15-21, 2005 Article reviews Cafe Sevilla, located at 700 Southwest Boulevard. The restaurant is the sixth opened by restauranteur Jose "Don Pepe" Fernandez, who was born in Madrid, Spain, and at one time served as...

15. Donald Tranin Obituary Donald Tranin Obituary August 17, 2007 Donald Tranin died August 11, 2007, at the age of 80. He co-owned the Paper Supply Company on Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City. He was the first president of the Jewish Heritage Foundation, co-chair...

16. Exploding Tank Blasts an Inferno across Southwest Boulevard Exploding Tank Blasts an Inferno across Southwest Boulevard August/18/1959 Gas and oil fire and explosions at 31st and Southwest Boulevards, causing six deaths including five firemen and about 100 injuries, with photos.

17. Father and Son Closing Shop Father and Son Closing Shop May/1/1953 Photo and biographical article about James Hardacre, and his son James E. Hardacre, druggists closing up shop at the "Hardacre pharmacy on the northeast corner" of 43rd and Troost Avenues. Includes description...

18. First Brick Home in County Was Built by McGee Family: Present Intersection of Baltimore and Southwest First Brick Home in County Was Built by McGee Family: Present Intersection of Baltimore and Southwest Boulevard Was Site of Dwelling on 680-Acre Farm--Sons Helped Build Community July/30/1950 Photo and biographical article about the McGee family of Kansas City, arriving in Clay County, Missouri, about 1827 from Kentucky with the Fry family (patriarch James Hyatt McGee's maternal side). Description...

19. Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot November 22, 2005 Lead article in the "Star Business Weekly" of the newspaper and comments on the growing Hispanic population in Kansas City and the United States. States that between 1994 and 2004 the Hispanic population...

20. Kansas City's Oldest Motorcycle Store Kansas City's Oldest Motorcycle Store December 15, 2010 Short article and postcard image of Kenny's Harley Davidson, 403 Southwest Boulevard, known as Kansas City's oldest motorcycle dealership. The shop's origin dates back to 1918 when a local mechanic named...