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61. Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri 1989 Looking southeast from 18th Street and Jefferson.

62. Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri 1989 Looking east from 18th Street and Jefferson.

63. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of E. M. Walton, "the inventor of the Walton stone machine" and engaged "in the manufacture of concrete stone under the name of the Walton Granolithic Stone Company." Born in Pennsylvania...

64. KCK Flour Mill Was One of the Largest of Its Time KCK Flour Mill Was One of the Largest of Its Time September 1, 2010 Postcard image and short article about the old Southwestern Milling Company plant near present-day 18th Street and Kansas Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas. The mill was built in 1913 along the banks of the...

65. Law Legacy Law Legacy December-January//1982-1983 Photos and biographical article about Leona Pouncey Thurman, or Leona Thurman, "the first Black woman to practice law in Kansas City," starting as a legal secretary in the Pouncey Building (later owned...

66. Law Offices Opened by William K. Hayden and Sherman Hughes, Jr. Law Offices Opened by William K. Hayden and Sherman Hughes, Jr. September 13, 1957 Vertical file contains photos and a biographical article about William Hayden and Sherman Hughes, Jr., new lawyers opening new law offices in Kansas City. Hayden graduated from Howard University School...

67. Lawyer Hopes 'Firsts' Aren't 'Lasts' for Blacks Lawyer Hopes 'Firsts' Aren't 'Lasts' for Blacks February 15, 1975 File containing a photo and biographical article about Mrs. Leona Pouncey Thurman, or Leona Thurman, "the first black woman to be admitted to the bar in Jackson County and to practice the profession in...

68. Liberty Bell Liberty Bell July, 1915 Crowd surrounding Liberty Bell near 18th Street during its cross-country tour to San Francisco, California.

69. Louis' Children: American Jazz Singers Louis' Children: American Jazz Singers 1984 Chapter of the book about the black Kansas City jazz musicians Little Jimmy Rushing, Big Joe Turner and Pha Terrell," all singers. Description of James Andrew Rushing (1905-1972), as a native of Oklahoma...

70. Main Street Main Street Looking north along Main near 18th Street. Shows streetcar in distance.

71. Measure Seeks National Designation For Museum Measure Seeks National Designation For Museum October 25, 2005 U.S. Senator Jim Talent has filed the legislation to make the local Negro Leagues Baseball Museum attain national recognition. The museum at 1616 E. 18th Street was founded in 1990. The designation would...

72. Meet the Nerdbots Meet the Nerdbots January 11, 2009 Article profiles Nick and Angela Snyder, a husband and wife team who create robot sculptures from vintage canisters and outdated electronics. What began as a hobby is now a part-time business. With assistance...

73. Michael Ryan Michael Ryan March 22, 1905 Biographical sketch of Michael Ryan, a real estate developer, builder, and farmer of Kansas City. Born in Ireland in 1826 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1857, with land at 15th and Locust Streets and...

74. Minister, Perro, William H. Minister, Perro, William H. ca1925 Portrait of William H. Pero [Perro], African American pastor of the Church of Christ at 1903 E. 18th Street or Michigan and 18th Streets.

75. Nelson Caesar Crews and Chester Arthur Franklin Nelson Caesar Crews and Chester Arthur Franklin 2006 Book excerpt about Nelson Caesar Crews, or Nelson Crews (ca. 1875-1923), an early African American newspaper owner and editor of the Kansas City Sun, and Chester Franklin (1880-1955), founder and publisher...

76. New Street's Hotel Attracts Keen Interest New Street's Hotel Attracts Keen Interest December 9, 1949 Biographical article with photos and captions about the new hotel complex known as "Street Enterprises at 1510 E. 18th St," at Paseo Boulevard. The owner was Rueben Street, "ex-railroad chef" and Kansas...

77. Oak Street Oak Street May 28, 1922 Looking north on Oak from 18th Street.

78. Opera Getting Support Center Opera Getting Support Center June 8, 2011 The Lyric Opera's new administrative and production complex is in the Crossroads Arts District in a former boat manufacturing building at 712 E. 18th Street. The first phase of the renovation of the 30,000-square-foot...

79. Organizations--Kansas City Organizations--Kansas City ca1940s File contains several items pertaining to Kansas City African American organizations. These include a typed informational sheet (undated) on services provided by the George Washington Carver Neighborhood...

80. Paseo Paseo 1900 Looking north along the Paseo from 18th.