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21. Across Our Wide Missouri: A Classic Success Story Across Our Wide Missouri: A Classic Success Story December//1981 Biographical article about Erret Lobban Cord, or E. L. Cord (1893-1974), an automobile "merchandiser and organizer more than an engineer and designer," inventing "three of its [America's] greatest automobiles:...

22. Aerial View with Parade and Bluffs Aerial View with Parade and Bluffs circa 1930s Aerial view of buildings and bluffs in downtown Kansas City. There is long parade of automobiles down several streets.

23. Airlines in the United States, January 1, 1934 Airlines in the United States, January 1, 1934 Spring 2003 Map and names of airlines showing routes in 1934: American Airways; Eastern Air Transport; Kohler Aviation Corp.; National Parks Airways; Northwest Airways; Pan American Airways System; Pennsylvania Air...

24. Airplane Aloft Airplane Aloft circa 1920s View of two men surrounded by cars with NAT U.S. mail airplane overhead.

25. Aladdin Hotel Aladdin Hotel Promotional postcard of the Aladdin Hotel

26. American Auto Parts Co. Inc. American Auto Parts Co. Inc. November 1951 View of American Auto Parts Co. Inc., located at 1830 Locust.

27. American Auto Parts Lot American Auto Parts Lot November 1951 View looking northeast of American Auto Parts wrecking company location at 1830 Locust; City Hall, Jackson County Courthouse, and Southwestern Bell Building visible in distance.

28. American Auto Parts Lot American Auto Parts Lot November 1951 View looking northeast of American Auto Parts wrecking company lot at 1830 Locust.

29. Anderson Avenue at Gladstone Boulevard Anderson Avenue at Gladstone Boulevard Postcard of stone bridge at Anderson Avenue and Gladstone Boulevard

30. Annual Review of Greater Kansas City, 1908 Annual Review of Greater Kansas City, 1908 1908 Various photos and drawings of automobiles of the first decade of the twentieth century. Early Kansas City automobile dealers advertisements.

31. Armour Boulevard Armour Boulevard Postcard of Armour Boulevard

32. ASAP: A Program with a Purpose ASAP: A Program with a Purpose April-May//1974 Photo and article about drunken driving prevention by ASAP, the Alcohol Safety Action Project.

33. Attorney is Driven to Collect the Best Attorney is Driven to Collect the Best June 23, 2013 Interview with Marshall Miller, Kansas City attorney and creator of the annual Art of the Car Concours fundraiser to benefit the Kansas City Art Institute. Miller discusses his motivations for founding...

34. Auto Delivery Wagons Auto Delivery Wagons January, 1902 Report and photograph of the first automobile delivery wagon in Kansas City, made by the Day Automobile Company for Geo. B. Peck Dry Goods Co. The vehicle was designed by W. T. Irvin of the Day Automobile...

35. Auto Speedway Built under Difficulties Auto Speedway Built under Difficulties November//1922 Story with drawings and photos about the construction of a new speedway for car races.

36. Auto Thefts Status Quo Auto Thefts Status Quo January 7, 2004 Article discusses auto theft in the metro area. It states that "in 2003, only 2,781 auto thefts were reported in Kansas City. In Historic Northeast, however, the number of car thefts remained the same:...

37. Automobile Automobile September 1915 Automobile parked in front of ruts in road near Olathe, Kansas. Man stands on right of photo. Photo described as 3 m. n. of Olathe, KS. French Johnson & B.B.

38. Automobile Automobile September 8, 1915 Close-up of car on Holke Road. Brick building partially visible behind. Photo described as Co. Surveyor's gang on Holke Rd.

39. Automobile Automobile September 8, 1915 Close-up view of the front of a Studebaker car identified as the Co. Surveyor's car on Holke Road.

40. Automobile Automobile September 1915 Blurry image of automobile being driven in rural area near Olathe, Kansas. Man in car identified as F. E. Johnson.