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1. Biography of Jackie Robinson (1919-1972), Baseball Player Biography of Jackie Robinson (1919-1972), Baseball Player 1999

2. Biography of Wilber (Bullet Joe) Rogan (1889-1967), Baseball Player Biography of Wilber (Bullet Joe) Rogan (1889-1967), Baseball Player 1999

3. Blue Springs, MO, South Railroad Bridge Blue Springs, MO, South Railroad Bridge Postcard of the South Railroad Bridge Blue Springs, MO

4. Cliff Drive Cliff Drive Postcard of Cliff Drive

5. Earning Their Wings the Hard Way Earning Their Wings the Hard Way February-March//1985 Photos and article about the "rare flock of giant Canadian geese" residing "[a]long the cliffs of the Missouri River" near Hermann, Missouri for natural protection of their young there.

6. Grand Avenue Grand Avenue October 16, 1938 Article about the origins of Grand Avenue in the road built by Peter Roi (also known as Peter Roy) to his river ferry in the 1820s-1830s. Grand Avenue was the first outlet from the river front that bridged...

7. Kansas City Monarchs Baseball Team Kansas City Monarchs Baseball Team Includes copy of relevant excerpts from the book Only the Ball Was White by Robert Peterson (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall, Inc., c1970).

8. Kersey Coates Drive Kersey Coates Drive 1933-09-25 View shows stone-work pallisade and steps leading up to Kersey Coates Drive looking northeast.

9. Kersey Coates Drive Kersey Coates Drive circa 1940s Street level view looking north along Kersey Coates Drive near the end of 10th Street. The palisades or cliffs of West Terrace Park are in view. Area is in Quality Hill neighborhood, just west of downtown...

10. Kersey Coates Drive Kersey Coates Drive 1921-07-22 Street level view looking north along Kersey Coates Drive near the end of 10th Street. The palisades or cliffs of West Terrace Park are in view as well as a few homes on the top. Area is in Quality Hill...

11. M. B. Wright & Company M. B. Wright & Company ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for M. B. Wright & Company showing a boat sailing near a cliff. Front lower left corner of card has number C-726. One of two cards with similar design. Back of card says: "Carefully Investigate...

12. M. B. Wright & Company M. B. Wright & Company ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for M. B. Wright & Company showing a boat sailing near a cliff. Front lower left corner of card has number C-726. One of two cards with similar design. Back of card says: "Carefully Investigate...

13. New York Life Building New York Life Building Postcard of the New York Life Building

14. New York Life Building Profile New York Life Building Profile 2003

15. North Terrace Park, Lake & Streetcar Viaduct North Terrace Park, Lake & Streetcar Viaduct Postcard of Lake & Streetcar Viaduct at North Terrace Park

16. Roanoke Park, Cozy Nook Roanoke Park, Cozy Nook Postcard of Cozy Nook in Roanoke Park

17. Rosedale Revitalized Rosedale Revitalized May/June 2007 Mission Cliffs, a development of 115 single-family homes in the Rosedale neighborhood of Wyandotte County, "is the brainchild of City Vision Ministries, in partnership with the Rosedale Development Association....

18. Spring Valley Park, Spring Spring Valley Park, Spring Postcard of a Spring at Spring Valley Park

19. Swope Park, Cliffs Swope Park, Cliffs Postcard of The Cliffs in Swope Park

20. Through History Cliff Drive Has Remained a Gem Through History Cliff Drive Has Remained a Gem May 14, 2008 Article provides an historical overview of Cliff Drive located in historic Northeast Kansas City. Running through North Terrace Park (now George E. Kessler Park), Cliff Drive is roughly three miles long...