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1. Kansas City's Tea Room Triumph Kansas City's Tea Room Triumph July//1939 Photos, description of present (1939) operations, and history of the tea room of the Kansas City Club at 1008 Walnut Street, organized in 1920. Description of its expansion into a restaurant separate from...

2. Mama Mia: Lidia's Tempts the Taste Buds in Kansas City Mama Mia: Lidia's Tempts the Taste Buds in Kansas City August 2001 Photos and review of Lidia's restaurant in Kansas City's Freight House District at 101 West 22nd Street since 1998.

3. She Was Seen As Visionary She Was Seen As Visionary July 28, 2010 Tribute to Gisella Hall, who became president of North American Press after her husband died in 1969. The company specialized in publishing cookbooks.

4. Shifra Stein Death Shifra Stein Death June 6, 2008 Obituary for author Shifra Stein who died at the Kansas City Hospice House (no death date given). She was born in Kansas City in 1940 and graduated from Southwest High School and Kansas City University....

5. Southwestern Milling Company Southwestern Milling Company Promotional postcard for the Southwestern Milling Company

6. Stephenson's Restaurant Stephenson's Restaurant File contains publication about the country and family-styled restaurant and apple orchard.

7. Table and Contents: Keeping Up with Tradition Table and Contents: Keeping Up with Tradition June 1978 Photo and biographical article about Virginia McDonald (?~1969), "a grand old lady buried in a country cemetery in Gallatin, Mo.," spending "most of her life laboring to turn her tearoom into a dining...

8. Vintage Veg Vintage Veg August 31-September 6, 2006 Article describing the history of Kansas City's oldest vegetarian restaurant, the Unity Inn, which opened just north of the original Unity headquarters in 1906. The restaurant moved to a cafeteria building...