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41. Rural Scene Rural Scene n.d. Stacked corn stalks in unidentified field.

42. Rural Scene Rural Scene circa 1920s View of sheep grazing, farm location not given. A corn field and a cow are visible behind the sheep.

43. Rural Scene Rural Scene 1922 View of sheep grazing, location given as Clay County, near Claycomo, Davis Grant. A corn field and a cow are visible behind the sheep.

44. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p024 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p024 1895-1907 Northwestern part of early Kansas City in West Bottoms from Wyoming Street east to Hickory Street and from W. 13th Street south to W. 15th Street. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining...

45. SC80 Kansas Seminary School Register Preliminary Inventory SC80 Kansas Seminary School Register Preliminary Inventory 1856-1858 Collection consists of one bound volume containing lists of students in the "male department" and the "female department". Some students' names are annotated with unidentified symbols. The lists span March...

46. Scenic Missouri: Greer Spring Scenic Missouri: Greer Spring Fall//1989 History of Greer Spring in Oregon County, Missouri, and its successive mills. The first mill started in 1859 and was operated by Civil War Captain Samuel Greer and grinding corn, ginning cotton, and sawing...

47. Smokestack Legacy Continues to Grow Smokestack Legacy Continues to Grow January 24, 2012 Article about Diane Fiorella Marak, president of Smokestack Food Products Inc. Marak's parents founded Smokestack Barbeque in south Kansas City in 1957. The Smokestack product line includes baked beans,...

48. Swope Park, Shelter House and Sunken Garden Swope Park, Shelter House and Sunken Garden Postcard of Shelter House and Sunken Garden at Swope Park

49. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Photo and bio of Mercileus Brown, born in Virginia in 1825, moving to Missouri in 1854 and becoming an inventor. He made a living after the war from manufacturing his patented "convertible stand and secretary,"...

50. War Time Marine Engine Plant Is Sold War Time Marine Engine Plant Is Sold September/9/1923 Photo and caption about the "East Bottoms building 296 feet long at Guinotte and Lexington avenues, immediately north of [1st Street], one of the few structures erected here for war-time purposes." "[P]ut...

51. Watts Mill Watts Mill Postcard of Watts Mill

52. Watts Mill Watts Mill Postcard of Watts Mill

53. Weston, MO - Tobacco Planting Weston, MO - Tobacco Planting Postcard of Tobacco planting near Weston, MO in Platte County