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101. KC Seeks New Place to Display Old Plane KC Seeks New Place to Display Old Plane December 25, 2006 Article reports the possibility of Union Station becoming the permanent indoor home of a 1930 American Eaglet two-seater airplane, originally manufactured at the Fairfax Airport. The Eaglet is described...

102. KC-Based Aviation Firm to Add to Its Fleet KC-Based Aviation Firm to Add to Its Fleet May 24, 2007 A Kansas City based aviation company called Executive AirShare will be adding seven new business jets to its fleet. The company "offers fractional ownership in aircraft to businesses and wealthy individuals"...

103. Local Aviation History Local Aviation History Photos, illustrations, and information on aviation history in Kansas City.

104. Luther Welsh Luther Welsh File contains an obituary article about "Lieutenant Luther Welsh of Kansas City, who was killed by the explosion of a bomb during an airplane flight on November 8, 1916." His corpse was found washed up...

105. Men Standing near Airplane Men Standing near Airplane 1930 Early plane near aircraft parts and supplies building on Richards Road.

106. Men Travelling in Airplane Men Travelling in Airplane Interior view of plane showing men being served by steward.

107. Missouri and the War Missouri and the War October 1, 1945 Comprehensive article about the World War II effort in Kansas City, with information on its production of aircraft by Pratt and Whitney and other factories including the Lake City Ordnance plant, alcohol...

108. Municipal Airport and Airplanes on Ground Municipal Airport and Airplanes on Ground Aircraft on ground with main terminal building in background.

109. National Pilots' Organization Opposes Planned Closing of Richards-Gebaur National Pilots' Organization Opposes Planned Closing of Richards-Gebaur July 23-29,1998 Discusses opposition of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association to the planned closing of Richards-Gebaur Airport and its transformation to an intermodal freight hub for Kansas City Southern Industries....

110. Nearest by Air to Everywhere: Aviation Promotion in Kansas City: 1925-1931 Nearest by Air to Everywhere: Aviation Promotion in Kansas City: 1925-1931 July 1972 Thorough discussion of subject matter, referring to Louis Holland as the local aviation movement's leader.

111. Nine Bags Will Rise Nine Bags Will Rise July/4/1913 Chance to make Paris international race.

112. Outstanding in Service to His City Outstanding in Service to His City October 13, 1931 Arthur Hardgrave, Less Than Ten Years Citizen Here, Identified Prominently With Every Forward MovementArticle reviews Hardgrave's contribution to Kansas City's civic affairs with his arrival in June 1922...

113. People atop Telephone Building People atop Telephone Building August 28, 1929 Unidentified people atop Telephone Building watching the Graf Zeppelin.

114. Pilot in Airplane Pilot in Airplane Unidentified pilot in plane.

115. Plan Aims to Keep Honeywell at Site Plan Aims to Keep Honeywell at Site August 4, 2006 The article states: "Officials are exploring an initiative that would keep Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies at the Bannister Federal Complex and relocate 740 federal workers to a new downtown...

116. Planes Thrilled 125,000 Here in 1918 Planes Thrilled 125,000 Here in 1918 August/28/1968 Article recalling the mock air battle on August 28, 1918, over Swope Park, by the British-American Flying Mission touring the country to provide the public better understanding of airplanes and their utilization...

117. Possum Trot Chronicles: Clarence Melton's 'Houpisine' Was a Kansas City Original Possum Trot Chronicles: Clarence Melton's 'Houpisine' Was a Kansas City Original August 2000 Article about Clarence Melton and his home-made airplanes in the early 1910s -1920s, built and flown in the Kansas City area, including the 1923 "'Houpisine,' a contraction of 'Houpie' (slang for Model...

118. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking southwest; located at Bannister Road and Troost.

119. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking south.

120. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking north.