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1. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of President Grover Cleveland. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

2. But Ten Feet from Death But Ten Feet from Death October/13/1887 Article recounting the streetcar or cable car accident during President Grover Cleveland's visit to Kansas City in 1887, narrowly missing the President's carriage and injuring four people in the crowded...

3. City of the Future: A Narrative History of Kansas City, 1850-1950 City of the Future: A Narrative History of Kansas City, 1850-1950 1950 First part of the book's chapter on the 1880s describes the visit to Kansas City in 1887 of President Grover Cleveland and his young wife, Frances Fulsom Cleveland. Includes a description of the early...

4. Crystal Palace Crystal Palace Crystal Palace also known as the Exposition Building, at 13th and Kansas Avenues, "somewhat after the style of the Crystal Palace in London," in use from 1887 to 1898 and burned down in 1901. Drawings,...

5. Group to see President Cleveland Group to see President Cleveland 1885 Group portrait of men and women who travelled to Washington D.C. to see Cleveland and to attend a celebration.

6. Group Who Extended Invitation to President Grover Cleveland Group Who Extended Invitation to President Grover Cleveland 1885 Framed (17 in. x 22.75 in.) group photograph (15 in. x 20.75 in.) of a group of 97 people standing in front of an unidentified entry way. According to handwritten inventory, inscription reads: "It was...

7. Herrick Clothing Co. Herrick Clothing Co. ca. 1887 Advertising card for Herrick Clothing Company showing portraits of President and Mrs. Grover Cleveland. Front of card says: "Oct. 13th 1887." and "Sell the best clothing made for men, boys & children."...

8. Hotel Registers of Old Coates House Contain Names of Many Notables Hotel Registers of Old Coates House Contain Names of Many Notables June/27/1926 Article about the historic names on the register of the Coates House hotel, with a description of the visit by President Grover Cleveland and his wife Frances F. Cleveland in 1887.

9. In Kansas City's Care: The President and Mrs. Cleveland Here at Last In Kansas City's Care: The President and Mrs. Cleveland Here at Last October 13, 1887 Article or series of related articles about the arrival of President Grover Cleveland and his wife Frances Fulsom Cleveland coming to Kansas City from Omaha on a tour of Western cities in 1887, with several...

10. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908 1908 Brief description of a special edition of the Kansas City Times about the 1887 visit of President Cleveland to Kansas City.

11. Mrs. Cleveland Remembers the Injured Ones Mrs. Cleveland Remembers the Injured Ones October/14/1887 Brief article about Mrs. Frances Cleveland's inquiry and remorse about the injuries to people in the crowd by a runaway cable car during their visit.

12. Portrait of President Grover Cleveland Portrait of President Grover Cleveland Head and shoulders portrait.

13. President Grover Cleveland President Grover Cleveland 1887 President Grover Cleveland and wife Frances in horse-drawn carriage at location in Kansas City on a visit in 1887.

14. President Grover Cleveland President Grover Cleveland October, 1887 Crowd scene at the speech given by President Grover Cleveland at the Federal Building located on the southeast corner of 9th and Walnut. Included in view is a sign advertising the Battle of Gettysburg...

15. President Grover Cleveland and Wife Frances President Grover Cleveland and Wife Frances 1887 President Grover Cleveland and his wife Frances sit in an open horse-drawn carriage in front of homes/buildings at 1216-1218 Broadway in Kansas City, Missouri. Scene includes on-lookers as well as a good...

16. President Grover Cleveland in Kansas City President Grover Cleveland in Kansas City October 13, 1887 President and onlookers at the Federal Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

17. The Early History of the Lumber Trade in Kansas City: The Prophetic City The Early History of the Lumber Trade in Kansas City: The Prophetic City 1924 Description of the opening of the Crystal Palace in 1887, burning down in 1902.

18. The Guests of the People: Thousands of Citizens Meet the Head of the Nation The Guests of the People: Thousands of Citizens Meet the Head of the Nation October/14/1887 Article or series of related articles about the last day of the visit to Kansas City of President Grover Cleveland and his wife, about their appearances around the city, including the Exposition Building,...

19. The Welcome We Gave Him The Welcome We Gave Him October/15/1887 Article about the reception of President Grover Cleveland in Kansas City in 1887, with festivities including a fair, parade, and crowded streets.

20. Witten McDonald: A Story from the Archives Witten McDonald: A Story from the Archives Summer//1970 Biographical article about Witten McDonald, with photo and description of his varied career as "lumber man-banker-editor," including his role in inviting and presenting President Grover Cleveland to Kansas...