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101. Traveling Postcard Salesman Traveling Postcard Salesman Photographic postcard of M.S. Porter of Holden, Mo., early day post card salesman

102. Tragedy, Trauma in Liberty Tragedy, Trauma in Liberty May 10, 2005 Coverage of a May 9, 2005 school bus crash in Liberty, Missouri, which killed two adults and injured 23 children, two critically. The collision took place at about 8:20 a.m. at the intersection of Missouri...

103. Tom McNeal's Fables Tom McNeal's Fables 1900 Book of children's fables with numerous illustrations by Kansas artist Albert T. Reid.

104. To Be Young, Gifted and Black in the Days of Segregated Independence To Be Young, Gifted and Black in the Days of Segregated Independence January 30, 2009 Article tells the story of Alversia Brown Pettigrew who grew up in the African American neighborhood called "The Neck" in Independence. She was among the first children to attend integrated schoools in...

105. Tillery School Tillery School 1904-10-18 Class portrait identified as Tillery School, Oct. 18, 1904, Effie Nevitt, Teacher. Presumed to be a rural country school, location not given nor are the students identified.

106. Ticket Office at Union Station Ticket Office at Union Station Postcard of Union Station Lobby and Ticket Office

107. Through My Eyes: A Child's View of World War II Through My Eyes: A Child's View of World War II //19?? Booklet about World War II and the domestic war effort from a child's perspective, including war events overseas and rationing efforts here.

108. Three Men Eating at Desks Three Men Eating at Desks circa 1920s-1930s Three grown men seated at school desks eating and wearing children's bibs.

109. Threatt Is Proud of Work to Boost Kansas City Threatt Is Proud of Work to Boost Kansas City December 8, 1999 File containing a biographical article about James Threatt, "a former assistant city manager" and "the first director of the Model Cities program here form 1968 to 1972." Born in Virginia in 1923 and coming...

110. Thomas Hart Benton Biographical Sketch Thomas Hart Benton Biographical Sketch 1947 Biographical sketch of Thomas Hart Benton, the Kansas City artist born in Neosho, Missouri, and educated in Chicago and Paris, etc.

111. This Train Is Almost Ready to Roll This Train Is Almost Ready to Roll October 24, 2005 Article describes the 2005 restoration of the miniature train that once entertained children at the Downtown location of the Jones Store. The train, a Jones Store Christmas tradition, was recently discovered...

112. This Fairy Princess Tells a Kline's Story This Fairy Princess Tells a Kline's Story December 22, 2013 Interview with Carol Jean Barta, Kansas City's most senior Fairy Princess. Barta discusses Christmas displays in downtown department stores in the 1950s, her costume, and how she became a Fairy Princess...

113. This Alley Was Outta this World This Alley Was Outta this World January 8, 2014 Postcard image and short article on the former All Star Bowl at 6000 Independence Avenue. The former space-themed bowling venue featured "The Space Lounge," decorated with hanging planets, comets and rocket...

114. They Stand for Us: Missouri Symbols They Stand for Us: Missouri Symbols 1989 The Missouri Secretary of State, Roy Blunt, and school children explore the symbols of Missouri, including the flag, flower, bird, seal, song, tree, mineral, rock, insect, instrument, fossil, and Capital...

115. There's Something Fishy in Kansas City There’s Something Fishy in Kansas City Summer 2012 Article on the new SeaLife Aquarium that opened in April at Kansas City’s Crown Center. “With more than 5,000 creatures in 30 exhibits, the Aquarium is all about educating children and adults on the...

116. Then and Now: The Fairy Princess Then and Now: The Fairy Princess December 1, 2010 Historical overview of Kansas City's Fairy Princess tradition,which began in 1935 at Kline's Department Store. For a 25-cent fee, children could enjoy an in-store visit with the Fairy Princess. The annual...

117. Theatrical Performance Theatrical Performance Unidentified men, women and children in costumes onstage.

118. Theatrical Performance Theatrical Performance 1900 Unidentified men, women and children in formal dress standing before a stage.

119. Theatre Royal Theatre Royal Postcard of the Theatre Royal

120. The World Done Wrong The World Done Wrong March/5-11/1998 Describes the lives of homeless children and efforts to assist them.