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1. "Fabbricanti di Salsiccia" "Fabbricanti di Salsiccia" May 16, 2007 Article profiling Mendolia's Italian Sausage, a family-owned business in the Historic Northeast's Pendleton Heights neighborhood for the last 60 years. Vito Mendolia first opened Mendolia's Market in 1947...

2. 'Mother' of 100 Takes Children into Heart 'Mother' of 100 Takes Children into Heart July 29, 1975 Biographical article with photo about Mrs. Willa Carter, 78-year-old matriarch of a large adopted family of over 100 foster children in Kansas City. The story is told of her long process of adopting starting...

3. 12th Street 12th Street Looking northwest from the southwest corner of 12th and Brooklyn. Shows Bussee's Market.

4. 18th Street 18th Street July 16, 1948 View looking west on 18th Street from Brooklyn Avenue.

5. 18th Street 18th Street October 22, 1948 View looking west on 18th Street from Brooklyn Avenue.

6. A Solemn Ceremony at the Grave of Sarah Boone A Solemn Ceremony at the Grave of Sarah Boone May/30/1969 Photo and caption about the gravesite of Daniel Morgan Boone and his wife Sarah Boone at the southeast corner of the former Metro Golf Course grounds at 63rd and Brooklyn Avenue, visited by the Daughters...

7. Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin Papers Finding Aid Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin Papers Finding Aid circa 1870-1925 (bulk 1890-1916) Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin, daughter of Kansas City School Superintendent James Greenwood and his wife Amanda, was born in Kirksville, Missouri, on August 1, 1860. She resided in Kansas City, Missouri,...

8. Arthur Bryant's Restaurant Arthur Bryant's Restaurant Arthur Bryant's Restaurant is located at 1727 Brooklyn Avenue. Arthur Bryant took proprietorship in 1946, lived in the area in 1931, and died in 1982.

9. Asa Beebe Cross Asa Beebe Cross Information about Asa Beebe Cross, or Asa Cross (1828-1894), one of the first architects in Kansas City, arriving in the 1850s from Saint Louis, born in New Jersey, and starting a lumber company, living...

10. Baseball Player Kissing Woman Baseball Player Kissing Woman circa 1928 Unidentified Minneapolis Millers baseball player (possibly Zack Wheat) kissing a woman. Other players and spectators are seen in the background. The photograph was likely taken inside Muehlebach Field...

11. Baseball Player Posing with Spectators Baseball Player Posing with Spectators circa 1920s-1930s Unidentified baseball player posing with spectators in stadium stands. The photograph was likely taken inside Muehlebach Field (22nd & Brooklyn Avenue).

12. Baseball Players Shaking Hands Baseball Players Shaking Hands circa 1928 Two baseball players or managers shaking hands surrounded by a group of people. The "M" on one player's uniform indicates he played for the Minneapolis Millers. He is holding a small box in his left hand....

13. Black History Month Feature: Sarah Rector--Kansas City's First Black Millionairess Black History Month Feature: Sarah Rector--Kansas City's First Black Millionairess February/15/1991 File containing photos and biographical article about Sarah Rector Campbell Crawford, or Sarah Rector (ca. 1901-1963 ca.), "the first black female millionaire to live in Kansas City," and her husband Kenneth...

14. Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn Avenue May 4, 1951 View looking south on Brooklyn from 25th Street.

15. Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn Avenue October 3, 1951 View looking south on Brooklyn from 25th Street.

16. Brooklyn Avenue, 35th to 36th Brooklyn Avenue, 35th to 36th Postcard of residences on Brooklyn Avenue betweeen 35th and 36th Streets

17. Captain Walter Whitsett Captain Walter Whitsett 1908 Biographical sketch of Captain Walter Whitsett, "captain of station No. 1 of the police department." Born in Lafayette County, Missouri in 1867 and coming to Kansas City in the early 1880s as an assistant...

18. Carl Skaer Carl Skaer ca1925 Portrait identified on back as Carl Skaer. A Carl Skaer is listed in the 1927 Kansas City city directory as living at 3519 Brooklyn Avenue and as being a grocer.

19. Charles Modica Charles Modica October/30/1971 Photo and obituary for Charles Modica, "former deputy Jackson County Circuit clerk" for more than 21 years, dying in 1971 at his residence at 226 Brooklyn Avenue.

20. City Window--Ruby's: No Brass or Plants, Just Good Ol' Soul Food City Window--Ruby's: No Brass or Plants, Just Good Ol' Soul Food February//1985 History of the Ruby McIntyre's soul food restaurant at 1508 Brooklyn Avenue, visited by such television personalities as Redd Foxx and Tony Dow of "Leave It to Beaver."