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21. Alexander Majors Residence Alexander Majors Residence Postcard of the Alexander Majors Residence

22. Local Author James Tate Local Author James Tate File containing information on James Tate, a poet of Yale University, author of the award-winning book of collected poetry entitled "The Lost Pilot," about his father, lost over Europe as a World War II...

23. KCResources, page 7 KCResources, page 7

24. KCResources, page 8 KCResources, page 8

25. Craigh Umland Craigh Umland Illustrations and information on Craig Umland, a Kansas City bank teller and co-author with his brother Eric Umland of "Mystery of the Ancients," a 1974 pseudoscientific book about the links of ancient...

26. Burch Manufacturing Company Burch Manufacturing Company Reprint of a November 25, 1928 Kansas City Star article describing the operations of the "Burch Manufacturing Company," a manufacturer of electric popcorn machines. Charles T. Manley was president and...

27. R.A. Long Building R.A. Long Building Postcard of the R.A. Long Building under construction

28. Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Postcard

29. KCResources, page 18 KCResources, page 18

30. Governor Hamilton Gamble Governor Hamilton Gamble Information about Hamilton Gamble (1798-1864), governor of Missouri from 1861 to his death in 1864, and a leader of the conditional unionists supporting eventual but not immediate emancipation of slavery...

31. Louis George Louis George Information about Louis George (~1842-1929), a trunk manufacturer in Kansas City for 61 years and an avid book collector and real estate owner. He became the namesake of the Louis George Branch Library...

32. Western Dental College Western Dental College Postcard of Western Dental College

33. Missouri Women Missouri Women File contains a copy of an extensive article in the 1971-1972 Missouri Blue Book providing biographical sketches of prominent women in Missouri's history, with photos. The following female motion picture...

34. The Mighty Wurlitzer Unit Organ in Newman's Royal Theatre Kansas City, Mo. The Mighty Wurlitzer Unit Organ in Newman's Royal Theatre Kansas City, Mo. Photograph of Wurlitzer Organ in Royal Theatre also shows stage and orchestra pit. Brief text accompanies the photo.

35. Satchel Paige Satchel Paige Photos, illustrations, and information on Leroy Robert Paige, nicknamed Satchel Paige (1904-1982) for his early bag-carrying job at Union Station. Description of his life and career as a native of Alabama...

36. Edward Keating Edward Keating Book extract of the autobiography of Edward Keating (1875-1965), a national representative from Colorado working with Missouri Representative Champ Clark and Senator Harry Truman against political corruption...

37. Unity Baptist (Flintlock) Church Unity Baptist (Flintlock) Church Two rolls of microfilmed book material on the Unity Baptist Church in Platte County, also called the "Flintlock" Church.

38. Julius Robidoux Julius Robidoux Julius Robidoux was the son of Joseph Robidoux IV, founder of Saint Joseph, Missouri. Julius kept a "Records" book giving the history of his father, notable events and records of early marriages in the...

39. Little Blue Baptist Church Little Blue Baptist Church One roll of microfilmed book material on the Little Blue Baptist Church in Jackson County, also called the "Primitive" or "Hardshell" Church, from the date of its constitution until April 1870.

40. Protestant Episcopal Church Records (West Missouri Diocese) Protestant Episcopal Church Records (West Missouri Diocese) Four rolls of microfilmed book material on the West Missouri Diocese parish records of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States.