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1. Americans Discover the Sons of Columbus Americans Discover the Sons of Columbus 1978 Chapter of book discusses "missions" to immigrants including The Rev. J. B. Bisceglia's Italian Institute and Central Chapel and those at Holy Rosary parish.

2. Biography of John B. Bisceglia (1891-1988), Clergyman Biography of John B. Bisceglia (1891-1988), Clergyman 2010

3. Bisceglia Early Community Leader Bisceglia Early Community Leader October/8/1986 File contains a biographical article about Dr. J. B. Bisceglia, a founder of "The Messenger," an Italian-American magazine in 1925 in Kansas City and involved in "life-long work as a preacher, communicator...

4. Central Lights: Histories of Central Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Missouri Central Lights: Histories of Central Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Missouri Winter 2003 Excerpts from the book with the same title, this article highlights early members of Central Presbyterian Church, including Walker and Mary Hickman, George and Elizabeth Davis, Rebecca Metcalf, Mary Hale,...

5. Central Presbyterian Church Central Presbyterian Church 1989 Full frontal and partial side view of the Central Presbyterian Church, located at Armour and Campbell.

6. Central Presbyterian Church Central Presbyterian Church 1914 Group portrait of members before the Central Presbyterian Church during dedication ceremonies.

7. Central Presbyterian Church Central Presbyterian Church Full frontal and partial side view of the Central Presbyterian Church, located on Harrison between 9th and 10th Streets.

8. Central Presbyterian Church Central Presbyterian Church 1891 Folder contains a program for the Christmas exercises held on December 27, 1891, at the Central Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Mo.

9. Central Presbyterian Church Central Presbyterian Church

10. Charlotte Campbell, 1832-1907 Charlotte Campbell, 1832-1907 April-May 2000 Brief biography of Charlotte Campbell, married to John Campbell, the English real estate investor. She was one of the founders of Central Presbyterian Church, and is buried in Union Cemetery.

11. Confederate Military History Extended Edition Confederate Military History Extended Edition //1988 (1899 in first edition) Biographical sketch of Reverend Samuel Monroe Neel, or Samuel Neel, "pastor of the Central Presbyterian church of Kansas City," born in Tennessee in 1841 and coming to Kansas City in 1888.

12. Deaths: Mrs. Robert T. Swofford, Jr. Deaths: Mrs. Robert T. Swofford, Jr. March/3/1964 Obituary for "Mrs. Bertha Wright Swofford [or Bertha Swofford], 71, of 536 East [56th Street], who was active in historical society and museum work." Lifelong Kansas Citian, widow of Robert Swofford, Jr.,...

13. Italian Mission and Institute Italian Mission and Institute ca1920s Folder contains two publications concerning the Italian Mission and Institute which was located in the northeast area of Kansas City, Missouri. The work was started by the Central Presbyterian Church and...

14. K. C. Churches in 1890 K. C. Churches in 1890 February 8, 1925 Mention of the use of the Central Presbyterian Church at 8th and Grand Avenue as a dancing academy in 1890.

15. Mary A. Hale (1831-1884): One of the Founders of Central Presbyterian Church, K. C., MO Mary A. Hale (1831-1884): One of the Founders of Central Presbyterian Church, K. C., MO April-May 1999 Biographical article about Mary Hale (1831-1884), a co-founder of the Central Presbyterian Church in Kansas City in 1857, a native of Kentucky and widow of Thomas Hale, a Kansas City "wholesale dealer...

16. May We Present. ..The Founders of Central Church May We Present. ..The Founders of Central Church Fall 1998 List of and discussion about the founders of the church during the Civil War and Border Warfare.

17. Minister, Bisceglia, J. B. Minister, Bisceglia, J. B. ca1925 Portrait identified as Rev. J. B. Bisceglia who associated with the Central Presbyterian Church and the Italian Mission and Institute.

18. Mrs. James Neal Foster Mrs. James Neal Foster March//1934 Photo and caption about Mrs. James Foster, an "[a]ctive member of the Musical Club" and former "organist at the Central Presbyterian Church," the president of the Kansas City Browning Society, etc.

19. New Northeast Comunity to open Formally Thursday New Northeast Comunity to open Formally Thursday January/12/1941 Article describes the opening of the Northeast Community Center at 505 Forest Avenue. Sponsored by Central Presbyterian Church, the Center was founded to aid new Italian immigrants.

20. Rev. Addison Dashiell Maderia, an Unsung Hero Buried in Union Cemetery Rev. Addison Dashiell Maderia, an Unsung Hero Buried in Union Cemetery January-February 1997 Biographical article about Reverend Addison Dashiell Madeira, or Addison Madeira, Sr. (1828-1915), pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church in Kansas City until 1881, then "the largest Protestant congregation...