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141. James Kindelberger James Kindelberger 1999 Photo and biographical description of James Howard Kindelberger, or Dutch Kindelberger, "one of the pioneers in American aviation" from "the 1930s until his death in 1962" through his company, North American...

142. Jimmie Henoon and Betty Browning Jimmie Henoon and Betty Browning 1935 Jimmie Henoon and Betty Browning winners during National Airmail Week, with unidentified man near plane at unidentified location.

143. John Brock's Flying Record John Brock's Flying Record 1999 Photos and description of John Brock, an optometrist and "President of the Specialty Optical Company, 1009 McGee Street," honored in 1930 at the Hotel Muehlebach for his record-setting 365 days of consecutive...

144. Kansas Barnstormer Lives to Recount Exploits Kansas Barnstormer Lives to Recount Exploits October/20/1966 File containing a photo and biographical article about Herman Wetzig, "pioneer aerial barnstormer [starting in 1910], owner of the first private planes and one of the first automobiles in Kansas" in 1905...

145. Kansas Citian Aviation Number Kansas Citian Aviation Number December 18, 1928 Whole issue of the Kansas Citian devoted to aviation. Articles include: ''Kansas City as an Aviation Center'' (p.961-2); ''American Eagle Enlarges'' (p. 963); ''Kansas City Concern Makes Planes [Butler]''...

146. Kansas City (Mo.) Aviation Department Photograph Collection Finding Aid Kansas City (Mo.) Aviation Department Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1945-1980 This group of 17 black and white and 12 color photographs are duplicates of those at the Aviation Department of Kansas City, Missouri. These photographic copies were processed in the summer of 1999. The...

147. Kansas City. ..America's Transportation Hub Kansas City. ..America's Transportation Hub May//1966 Various essays and articles about Kansas City's function as a national transportation center in many aspects, including river barges, railroads, aviation, trucking, automobiles, pipelines, electrical lines,...

148. Kansas City Air Mail Service May 12: Daily Service Will Place Kansas City Overnight with New York Kansas City Air Mail Service May 12: Daily Service Will Place Kansas City Overnight with New York May/4/1926 Details of new airmail routes including schedules and air transport map.

149. Kansas City Airports Look to the Future Kansas City Airports Look to the Future November//1943 Description of plans for two central airports servicing Kansas City.

150. Kansas City and Air Mail Kansas City and Air Mail December/18/1928 Notice of "[p]assenger service to and from this city also growing."

151. Kansas City and the American Legion Kansas City and the American Legion October 1921 Article about plans for the dedication event of the Liberty Memorial with the American Legion, World War I officials from America and abroad, and other festivities, including cowboys and Indians, flying...

152. Kansas City as an Aviation Center Kansas City as an Aviation Center December/18/1928 Photo and article about the logical center of aircraft manufacture being Kansas City.

153. Kansas City Concern Makes Planes: Butler Aircraft Corporation. .. Kansas City Concern Makes Planes: Butler Aircraft Corporation. .. December/18/1928 Butler Aircraft Corporation in production on two models.

154. Kansas City Early Airplanes Kansas City Early Airplanes January 6, 1960 Book with descriptions and photos of early airplanes in Kansas City.

155. Kansas City Flier Killed Kansas City Flier Killed September 21, 2004 Article about the death of early Kansas City pilot Russell G. Blair. His plane crashed before a carnival crowd at Shenandoah, Iowa on September 20, 1912. His plane was built in Kansas City by J.A. McCallan...

156. Kansas City International Airport Kansas City International Airport 1999 Photo and history of Kansas City International Airport, established in 1972 as "the third largest in area in the United States (only JFK in New York and San Francisco International are larger)," served...

157. Kansas City International Airport Kansas City International Airport circa1970s Aerial view of KCI airport looking toward the southwest. View includes the control tower and the three terminals. Includes partial view of the public parking lot as well as the lake and hotel beside it....

158. Kansas City International Airport Kansas City International Airport circa 1972 Exterior, distance view which shows one of the three terminals at the airport. Roadways and parking lot in view as well as part of the runway in the background. Appears to have been taken near the end...

159. Kansas City International Airport Kansas City International Airport circa 1970s Aerial view of buildings believed to be located at or near Kansas City International Airport. One of the buildings has a TWA sign on it. Also shows parking lots near the buildings.

160. Kansas City International Airport Kansas City International Airport circa 1970s Exterior view, looking toward the east showing a portion of what is believed to be terminal A. Eastern Airlines jets are positioned around the outside. The control tower is in view as well as what may...