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1. Biography of H. Roe Bartle (1901-1974), Mayor of Kansas City and Boy Scout Executive Biography of H. Roe Bartle (1901-1974), Mayor of Kansas City and Boy Scout Executive 1999

2. Kansas City Chiefs Name Kansas City Chiefs Name 1982 [Dallas Texans owner Lamar] Hunt decided to move his club. Hunt liked the Kansas City spirit and the humorous and effective intermediary, Kansas City Mayor H. Roe Bartle. When Hunt brought his team to...

3. Liberty Memorial Rededication Liberty Memorial Rededication 1961-11-11 A receiving line of dignitaries includes former President Harry S Truman on the left and a number of unidentified military officers being greeted by Mayor H. Roe Bartle.

4. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle June 16, 1923 A young H. Roe Bartle with cigar in his mouth standing by an unidentified man. Probably taken in Wyoming.

5. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle June 16,1923 A young H. Roe Bartle, seen here chewing a cigar in Casper Wyoming, preparing to swing a sledgehammer. Bartle was a state Boy Scout official.

6. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle circa 1930s A young H.Roe Bartle stands in front of unidentified building with group of unidentified men.

7. Missouri: Reform's End Missouri: Reform's End April/13/1959 Article about the elections ushering out City Manager L. P. Cookingham and the nonpartisan Citizens Association Party, because of the city "getting just plain bored with the long-entrenched reformers,"...

8. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle Bartle speaking at a podium during a unidentified function flanked by unidentified people.

9. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle Bartle speaking at a podium during at unidentified function at the Continental Hotel.

10. The Colossal Mayor of Kansas City The Colossal Mayor of Kansas City January/28/1956 Biography of Mayor Harold Roe Bartle, or H. Roe Bartle of Kansas City back to his childhood, with photos.

11. SC85 Charles S. Stevenson Papers Finding Aid SC85 Charles S. Stevenson Papers Finding Aid 1975-1976 Charles S. Stevenson was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1895, but grew up in Olathe, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. He worked at Hallmark Cards from the end of World War I until 1960. After retirement...

12. Broadway Bridge Dedication Broadway Bridge Dedication 1956-09-25 Close view of dignitaries on podium including H. Roe Bartle on right. Speaker at lectern is Lieutenant Governor James T. Blair.

13. Prominent Kansas Citians Prominent Kansas Citians Composite view; left to right: H.Roe Bartle, John B. Gage, Johnston Lykins, Bryce Smith.

14. Down Home with the Chief and Miss Maggie Down Home with the Chief and Miss Maggie 1995 Description of the origin of the Kansas City Chiefs in a book about the family of former Kansas City Mayor H. Roe Bartle.

15. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle Former Kansas City mayor and World War I veteran H. Roe Bartle as a young man on a family Christmas card that reads "Merry Christmas 'The Macs'."

16. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle Former Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle walks with an attachment of military officers at an unknown location.

17. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle 1938 Full body portrait of H. Roe Bartle; photo autographed.

18. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle Group portrait of Bartle sitting at desk surrounded by unidentified young men.

19. Mayor Bartle and City Manager Cookingham Mayor Bartle and City Manager Cookingham September 5, 1956 H. Roe Bartle and L. P. Cookingham at unidentified office.

20. Hannibal Bridge Closed Hannibal Bridge Closed September 5, 1956 H. Roe Bartle and Lt. Governor James T. Blair, Jr., placing "closed" sign on Hannibal Bridge during Broadway Bridge dedication.