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1. Al Agnew Combines Nature with Art Al Agnew Combines Nature with Art Fall//1993 Article about naturalist painter Al Agnew with biographical information and photos and descriptions of his paintings of outdoor scenes, especially of animals and the Ozarks.

2. Bitter, Sweet Celebrated in Westside Mural Bitter, Sweet Celebrated in Westside Mural October 13-26, 2005 Artist John Bonifacio Moreno has created a mural that is "a tribute to the faith and spirit of indigenous peoples". The mural combines images from Christianity, Aztec, Inca, and other indigenous religions...

3. Buildings & Equipment: Linda Hall Library Combines Beauty and Science Buildings & Equipment: Linda Hall Library Combines Beauty and Science November/1/1956 Article describing the holdings of and the architecture of the building itself of the Linda Hall Library, with photos of the interior and exterior.

4. Farm Equipment Farm Equipment Row of combines in wheat field near Garden City, Kansas.

5. Farm Equipment Farm Equipment Combines in wheat field, Barber County, Kansas.

6. Farming Equipment Farming Equipment Unidentified combines, men, and trucks in wheat field.

7. Farming Equipment Farming Equipment Unidentified combines in wheat field at dawn or dusk.

8. Figure Studies Figure Studies January 20, 2007 Sculptor Brent Collins from Gower, Missouri, will have an art piece in the new H & R Block Building in downtown Kansas City. He "has created a 6-foot sculpture for the Block building called Pax Mundi,...

9. Home, Hearth, Self Home, Hearth, Self February 19, 2012 Review of artist Rashawn Griffin's one-person show at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art. Griffin grew up in Olathe.

10. If Statues Could Talk If Statues Could Talk January 13, 2008 The "Cowtown" cartoonist, Charlie Podrebarac, combines his drawings with text that envisions what local Kansas City statues might be thinking and would say if they could. Statues include: The Scout, Hereford...

11. KCResources, page 38 KCResources, page 38

12. Nature's Beauty on Edge Nature's Beauty on Edge March 20, 2011 Review of Steve Gorman's ceramics exhibit, "Reanimate," at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as information about Gorman, a former teacher with North Kansas City and Centerview, Missouri for...

13. Optical Soliloquies Optical Soliloquies June 2008 Article profiles artist Stanton Fernald. Fernald combines "his love of science, art, and engineering" through his work at Kansas University Medical Center and his art installations using scientific equipment....

14. Road Rage Road Rage May 26-June 1, 2005 Article questions the safety of signaled intersections on Bruce R. Watkins Drive (Highway 71). Includes information about the contentious history of the road, which combines features of a freeway and landscaped...

15. SC86-3 Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin Papers Finding Aid SC86-3 Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin Papers Finding Aid ca. 1870-1925 (bulk 1890-1916) Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin, daughter of Kansas City School Superintendent James Greenwood and his wife Amanda, was born in Kirksville, Missouri, on August 1, 1860. She resided in Kansas City, Missouri,...

16. St. Matthew's Church in Riverside Has Long, Interesting History St. Matthew's Church in Riverside Has Long, Interesting History December-January-February-March//2000-2001 Article combines information from previous histories of the church. The church, located in Platte County, celebrated its 150th Anniversary Year in 1994. Details of its early history and subsequent years...

17. Troost Span Proposal Takes a Sleek Shape Troost Span Proposal Takes a Sleek Shape June 16, 2005 A public meeting is planned for June 16, 2005, evening to discuss the new Troost Avenue bridge over Brush Creek. ''The project design combines artistic and functional elements as part of the channel improvements...