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1. Aviation Facilities Suffer Flood Damage Aviation Facilities Suffer Flood Damage July 23, 1951 Summary of effects of the flood on the most severely hit airlines.

2. Culture Economy: The Midwest's New Art City Culture Economy: The Midwest's New Art City January 2007 A panel discussion about the relationship between art and economic development in Kansas City. Panel included Paul Tyler, David Ford, Porter Arneill, David Dowell, and Brad Nicholson. Article includes...

3. From the Stacks: Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Kansas City, Missouri's Airline, TWA's "Around From the Stacks: Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Kansas City, Missouri's Airline, TWA's "Around the World Service" July 2008 Article provides a concise history of TWA, founded July 13, 1925, as Western Air Express (WAE). Transcontinental and Western Air relocated its headquarters from New York to Kansas City in 1931. Western...

4. Leader: Alfred E. Jordan Leader: Alfred E. Jordan November 1965 Photo and biographical article about Alfred Jordan, "vice president of Trans World Airlines," joining the company in 1932 as "an 18-year-old mechanic's helper" and being promoted to an executive with "office...

5. The Connie Sets a Record The Connie Sets a Record September 29, 2007 Reflection by author on her career with United Press and her two-day press trip to promote Trans World Airlines' "The Constellation," nicknamed The Connie. Its maiden flight was February 1, 1946, from...

6. The TWA Museum Comes Home to 10 Richards Road The TWA Museum Comes Home to 10 Richards Road May-August 2011 Announcment of the TWA Museum move to 10 Richards Road at the Chalres B. Wheeler Downtown Airport. Article provides a brief history of the museum.

7. Town Topic: Lifelong Friendship Forged as 'Hostesses' for TWA Town Topic: Lifelong Friendship Forged as 'Hostesses' for TWA March 2001 Photo and biographical article about Willadean Berglund and Pat Waters, "fast friends for more than 50 years, c[oming] of age together as 'hostesses' for TWA during the 1940s." Reminiscences of the women's...

8. TWA's Mid-Town Building...with a Rocket on Top: When the Space Age Launched in Kansas City TWA's Mid-Town Building...with a Rocket on Top: When the Space Age Launched in Kansas City Sping 2007 Written by a former TWA employee, article describes the history of Trans World Airlines in Kansas City. TWA established its Kansas City headquarters in 1929 and stayed until the company went out of business...

9. TWA/Kansas City Love Affair TWA/Kansas City Love Affair March 1, 2005 Article describes the history of the relationship between Kansas City and TWA. "By 1946 TWA ocupied 16 buildings in greater KC with more than 700,000 sq. ft of floor space." The author was a flight attendant...

10. Unsettled Times for KC Airlines Unsettled Times for KC Airlines August-September 1975 Photos, illustration, and article about a banner year overall but unprofitable for Trans World Airlines.