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21. Walnut Street, North from 11th Street Walnut Street, North from 11th Street Postcard of Walnut Street, North from 11th Street

22. Waldheim Building Waldheim Building Postcard of the Waldheim Building

23. Valentine's Day Valentine's Day Valentine's Day Postcard

24. Up and Away Up and Away November/11/1977 Photo and caption about the interruption of a magic show "at the Gillis Home for Children, 8150 Wornall" Road, by the appearance of a man "dressed as the late William Gilliss [or William Gillis], for whom...

25. Two Young Boys Two Young Boys August 14, 1924 Unidentified boys on porch of unidentified building.

26. Three Boys Crossing a Stream Three Boys Crossing a Stream circa 1930s-1940s Three boys in overalls and a dog crossing a rock ledge in a stream. The boy on the left appears to be holding a gig for spearing fish.

27. Thos. H. Sayers Thos. H. Sayers ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Thos. H. Sayers showing a boy standing on a horse's head. Front of card says: "Agent for the Bismarck Range. Thos. H. Sayers, Dealer in Hardware and Stoves, Kansas City, Mo." Front...

28. The Reel, Not Real, Jesse James in Film The Reel, Not Real, Jesse James in Film April 2007 Analysis of various portrayals of Jesse James in movies, the earliest being "The James Boys in Missouri" (Essanay Film Company, 1908), and the best (although James is not a protagonist) being named as...

29. The Prosso Preparatory School, 1904-1905 [and 1905-1906] The Prosso Preparatory School, 1904-1905 [and 1905-1906] 1905 Booklet describing the prep school for boys and its activities and philosophies, with photos.

30. The Junction The Junction Postcard of The Junction, 9th and Main Street

31. The James Boys and Missouri Politics The James Boys and Missouri Politics July//1942 Illustration (of their home near Kearney, Missouri) and biographical article about Jesse James, his brother Frank James, and their gang of outlaws from Clay County, Missouri, and their influence on Missouri...

32. The Grove, Playing Baseball The Grove, Playing Baseball July 5, 1915 Distant view of boys playing baseball on the lawns at the Grove in Kansas City, Missouri. Bathhouse building is visible in background.

33. The Grove, Bathing Pool The Grove, Bathing Pool Postcard of Bathing Pool and Bath House at The Grove park

34. The Good Guys: What Are Nice Jewish Boys Doing with Badges and Guns? The Good Guys: What Are Nice Jewish Boys Doing with Badges and Guns? Summer//1999 Description of the professional activities of two Jewish police officers.

35. The Georges--Pioneers and Rebels: David C. George and Nancy Elizabeth Bass George, Their Life and Times The Georges--Pioneers and Rebels: David C. George and Nancy Elizabeth Bass George, Their Life and Times 1965 Chapter of the book with information about and numerous unpublished photographs of William Quantrill and his men, including the James and Younger boys, Bill Anderson, William Gregg, Tom Little, John McCorkle,...

36. The Cause Lost: Myths and Realities in the Confederacy The Cause Lost: Myths and Realities in the Confederacy 1996 Chapters of the book about "[t]he informality of the Trans-Mississippian" version of the Civil War including Missouri and Kansas, with portraits and descriptions of several military leaders (Confederate...

37. The Boys' Dinner The Boys' Dinner April//1913 Photos and mention of James Spalding, his son George Spalding, and his grandson James Lennon Spalding.

38. The Boys' Dinner The Boys' Dinner April//1913 Photo of John Wiles, president of the Commercial Club and executive of the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company.

39. The Boys' Dinner The Boys' Dinner March//1913 Photo of J. C. Swift, chairman and toastmaster of "the dinner to the sons of members [of the Commercial Club] on April 18th at the Baltimore Hotel."

40. The Boys with the Bulges. ..and the Girl Next Door The Boys with the Bulges. ..and the Girl Next Door March//1976 Article about a club with female impersonators and next to it a club with female strippers, both at about 31st and Main Streets.