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1. Biography of Jay B. Dillingham (1910-2007), Businessman Biography of Jay B. Dillingham (1910-2007), Businessman 2009;

2. Cowboys Cowboys

3. Theodore Roosevelt in Kansas City Theodore Roosevelt in Kansas City 2 photographic postcards of Theodore Roosevelt and his Sept. 1, 1910 visit to Kansas City

4. Articles Written by John Edward Hicks Articles Written by John Edward Hicks 1949-1968 A collection of 163 pages of photocopied newspaper articles from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times authored by John Edward Hicks, a proofreader and reporter for the Star. Most of the articles...

5. Drunk Driving or Dry Run? Cowboys and Alcohol on the Cattle Trail Drunk Driving or Dry Run? Cowboys and Alcohol on the Cattle Trail Spring 2007 Alcohol was abundant in the trail towns of the 19th century. Most of the cattle drives came up from Texas, and the state had a reputation for hearty drinking and violence. But did the cowboys drink to...

6. A Lost Pioneer A Lost Pioneer May 21, 2006 Americus V. McKim, known as "the father of Kansas City baseball" is buried in Elmwood Cemetery. He died February 10, 1910 at age 70. In the 1880s, "McKim was the driving force who brought major-league...

7. Major League City: Major League Baseball's Inauspicious Start in K. C. Major League City: Major League Baseball's Inauspicious Start in K. C. May 2000 Article about "the Kansas City Unions, Kansas City's first professional sports team," one of the "34 so-called major league baseball franchises in America" in the 1880s besides the National League. Organized...

8. Kansas City and the American Legion Kansas City and the American Legion October 1921 Article about plans for the dedication event of the Liberty Memorial with the American Legion, World War I officials from America and abroad, and other festivities, including cowboys and Indians, flying...

9. The Dock Riders The Dock Riders July-August//1976 Article about the fading tradition of genuine "cowboys" at the Stockyards, with history of the cattle trails and livestock industry into and out of Kansas City.

10. The Cowboys The Cowboys November//1991 Article about the Homestead Youth Rodeo School "southwest of 115th Street and Kill Creek Road in far western Johnson County."

11. Hunt Grew with Chiefs through Toughest Year Hunt Grew with Chiefs through Toughest Year September 15, 2013 Article focuses upon the professional development of Clark Hunt, Chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs, following the disappointing 2012 season and suicide of Jovan Belcher. Changes to the Chiefs...

12. Genuine Cowboys Captured Alive Genuine Cowboys Captured Alive July, 2005 Article includes historic photographs of various true "cowboys," in an effort to establish what the "most popular American folk hero" really looked like.

13. The 50 Greatest Books on the American West The 50 Greatest Books on the American West October, 2003 Article lists contributors' choices of the 50 books most crucial to understanding westward expansion and pioneer life. The books address subjects such as the fur trade, agriculture, criminal violence,...

14. Cowboy Cookery Cowboy Cookery January 1, 1946 Article provides an in-depth examination of the food, meals, and cooking techniques commonly used to feed a traditional cowboy outfit. In the case of cattle drives and round-ups, meals were prepared for...

15. A Day with Dan Casement A Day with Dan Casement September 1, 1949 Author tells of his visit with rancher Dan Casement who lived in the "rich bottom lands of the Big Blue, near Manhattan, Kas." Includes an aerial view of the Juniata Farm in the Kansas Flint Hills.

16. Negro Cowpoke Bulldogged 'Em in Style Negro Cowpoke Bulldogged 'Em in Style September/11/1968 Biographical article about Bill Pickett, a black "native Texan" becoming a stunt cowboy in Oklahoma "credited with originating the bulldogging of steers" in 1893, "the same year the Cherokee Strip was...

17. Bill Fossett Bill Fossett Winter 2001 Biographical article about W. D. Fossett, or Bill Fossett (1851-1940), "a frontiersman, pioneer, detective and marshal" in "Old West" Kansas and Oklahoma (then Indian Territory). Native of New York moving...

18. Dan D. Casement: Viking on a Sea of Grass Dan D. Casement: Viking on a Sea of Grass December//1959 Biographical article making up the entire issue on Dan Dillon "Deever" Casement, or Dan Casement (1868-1953), of Kansas, a "cowboy, stockman, philosopher, soldier, author, individualist, railroad builder...

19. Emigrant Life in Kansas Emigrant Life in Kansas July/3/1886 Book review of "Emigrant Life in Kansas" by Percy Ebbutt about the English book author's emigration to Morris County, Kansas (centering on Junction City, Kansas) in 1871 and experiences of pioneer life...

20. Innings Ago: Recollections by Kansas City Ballplayers of Their Days in the Game Innings Ago: Recollections by Kansas City Ballplayers of Their Days in the Game //1987 Book with photos and descriptions of several baseball players starting out or playing professionally in Kansas City for the local teams preceding the Kansas City Royals. Chapters on Buck O'Neil, Hank Bauer,...