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201. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Photo and bio of Dr. Peter DeMaria, "[a] successful young physician of Kansas City. ..connected with the General Hospital in the capacity of assistant superintendent," born here in 1905 as a grandson of...

202. Missouri River, Municipal Wharf Missouri River, Municipal Wharf Postcard of Missouri River, Municipal Wharf

203. MU Extension to Take Notorious Club's Space MU Extension to Take Notorious Club's Space July 23, 2013 Article on the Univeristy of Missouri Extension moving into the historic building at 105 E. 5th Street. Across the street from the City Market, the building was previously the Oldham Hotel, built in 1916,...

204. Mule Car Mule Car Postcard of mule car, photographed in 1870 between Twelfth and Thirteenth on Grand.

205. New Steel Windows New Steel Windows November 1899 A new steel window sash manufactured by Frank Tilk will hit the Kansas City market in a short time. Some people believe “this product will pave the way for a large demand among builders and architects.”...

206. Nigro Pool Hall Nigro Pool Hall June 1941 Looking southeast from the northwest corner of 3rd and Walnut. Nigro Pool Hall is corner building.

207. Old City Market Old City Market n.d. View of City Market facilities when located in block with City Hall at 5th and Main. Identified as “Market†in scrapbook. View includes a partial view of a small truck backed up to the market....

208. Old City Market Building Old City Market Building 1890 Full frontal and partial side view of Market Building.

209. Oldest Area-Based Businesses Oldest Area-Based Businesses May 26-June 1, 2006 In "The List" column for this issue is a ranking of the oldest area-based businesses. They are ranked by year founded. The first on the list is the City Market, 5th and Walnut, starting in 1857 with the...

210. Ownership Map of River Market Area Ownership Map of River Market Area ca. 1910 Land ownership map of the River Market area of Kansas City, Missouri (section 32, township 50, range 33), identified as "Old Town." The boundaries include the Missouri River south to Independence Avenue,...

211. Pedestrian Trail to Connect Cliff Drive to City Market Pedestrian Trail to Connect Cliff Drive to City Market August 29, 2012 The Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department has received a grant from the National Scenic Byway Program for the construction of a pedestrian and biking trail connecting the Cliff Drive Scenic Byway...

212. Peter Palermo Peter Palermo January/1/1966 Obituary for Peter Palermo, wholesale produce dealer at the City Market for 50 years, dying at the age of 69 in 1966.

213. Pisciotta Closes after 83 Years Pisciotta Closes after 83 Years September/6/2000 News of the closing of the "Pisciotta Fruit & Vegetable Co. Inc., an 83-year-old produce wholesaler," at 217 East Missouri Avenue, "near the City Market," with history since its founding in 1917 and reasons...

214. Planters Seed Co. Still a Favorite of Gardeners After 80 Years in City Market Planters Seed Co. Still a Favorite of Gardeners After 80 Years in City Market March 18, 2004 Article appears ini the Advertising Special Section of the Star and gives history and information about the Planters Seed Co. store located in the River Market area of downtown Kansas City.

215. Pop-Up Restaurants Feed Urge for Variety Pop-Up Restaurants Feed Urge for Variety June 22-28, 2012 Article on Vagabond, a pop-up restaurant in Kansas City. Founded and runned by Jenny Vergara and Alex Pope in 2011, the restaurant appears every few months in a different location, featuring a different...

216. Real Prosperity in the West--Scenes in Kansas City's Great Grain Market and Among the Orchards of Missouri Real Prosperity in the West--Scenes in Kansas City's Great Grain Market and Among the Orchards of Missouri September/11/1897 Photos of the Stockyards, rail yards, City Market, Live Stock Exchange Building and the Stockyards Horse & Mule Market.

217. River Market Enjoys New Life in Old Neighborhood River Market Enjoys New Life in Old Neighborhood Spring//1998 History of the River Market area, "in the awkward zone between the Missouri River and the hubbub of the city's downtown," concentrating on urban renewal efforts following violent organized crime in the...

218. Robert Askren Photograph Collection Finding Aid Robert Askren Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1870s-2005, bulk 1950-1980s Local photographer Robert G. Askren donated photographs and negatives to the Missouri Valley Special Collections in 2006. He worked for Harkins Commercial Photo Co. which he later purchased and renamed...

219. SC13-1 Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid SC13-1 Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid This postcard collection includes a wide variety of subjects such as buildings, parks, streets, people, and festivals. Although the cards cover a wide geographical area, the two major portions of the collection...

220. SC60 Claude L. Budworth Collection Finding Aid SC60 Claude L. Budworth Collection Finding Aid 1934 The Claude L. Budworth Collection consists of 11 charcoal and colored pencil drawings by Claude Budworth of industrial areas of Kansas City, including the West Bottoms (formerly known as the Central Industrial...