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1. Council Members Honored Council Members Honored December/20/2000 Photo and article about awards "presented to Kansas City Councilwoman Mary Williams-Neal and Councilman Troy Nash" by the Truman Road Corridor Association for "their efforts to bring about the recently...

2. Elmwood Cemetery Elmwood Cemetery Fall 2000 Photo and article about the history of Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1872 as a private cemetery at 4900 Truman Road and with graves dating "as early as 1840," with landscaping designed by George Kessler....

3. Historical Landmarks: Birthplace of Harry S. Truman Historical Landmarks: Birthplace of Harry S. Truman Fall//1993 Photo (of the Harry Truman birthplace) and description of the residences of Harry Truman during his birth and upbringing, including his birthplace at Lamar, Missouri (1009 Truman Road), his boyhood home...

4. How Charles Binaggio Got That Way How Charles Binaggio Got That Way July//1971 Article on the "true life story behind one of Kansas City's most famous murders," offering "some intriguing facts about" the murder and life of organized crime figure Charles Binaggio at the Jackson County...

5. Kansas City's Corridor Kansas City's Corridor February/March 1976 This article explores the concept of Kansas City's Corrider, "generally defined as reaching south from the Midtown Freeway (Truman Road) to Crown Center, the Hospital Hill complexes, and Penn Valley Park....

6. Missouri: Murder on Truman Road Missouri: Murder on Truman Road April/17/1950 Photos and biographical article about Charles Binaggio, Jackson County political boss, killed in his "First District Democratic Club on Truman Road in Kansas City" in 1950 along with Charles Gargotta,...

7. New Friends for Elmwood Cemetery New Friends for Elmwood Cemetery May-June//1982 Map of "one of Kansas City's most historic places" at Truman Road and Van Brunt Boulevard, dating from 1872.

8. Volunteers Helping: Collections at Society Archives Are Growing Volunteers Helping: Collections at Society Archives Are Growing August 1977 Description of "[c]opies of materials and photographs of the old Webb Castle on Truman Road from Clara Lee Webb's album" acquired by the Jackson County Historical Society.

9. Webb Family Settled at Oak Grove in 1836--Once Numbered 500-600 Here Webb Family Settled at Oak Grove in 1836--Once Numbered 500-600 Here Summer//1979 Photo (of the Watt Webb castle) and biographical article about the family of Watt Webb, resident of a large stone building on Truman Road "designed to look like the castles of Europe." Also description...