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21. Peet Bros. Mfg. Co. Peet Bros. Mfg. Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Peet Bros. Mfg. Co. showing a barefoot woman with a basket and jug walking down a path in front of a thatched-roof house followed by a cow and some geese. One of a set of two cards...

22. Q.: Where Was the First Golf Course in Kansas City? Q.: Where Was the First Golf Course in Kansas City? September/3/1995

23. Stockyards, Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City 1945 Unidentifed boy and men with cows in livestock pen.

24. Stockyards, Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City 1918 Unidentified men overlooking cows in livestock pens. Also shows stock runways.

25. The Cow Letters: Notes from a Public Discussion The Cow Letters: Notes from a Public Discussion August 2000 Various quotations from individuals involved with and reacting to the proposal to place painted fiberglass cows throughout Kansas City.

26. The Not-So-Secret Lives of Cows and Artists The Not-So-Secret Lives of Cows and Artists October 2000 Discusses the process by which the "Cows on Parade" exhibit was introduced, debated, and accepted.

27. William Hyde Photograph Collection Finding Aid William Hyde Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1880-1900 (bulk 1886-1888) This collection of 67 photographs taken by William Hyde, a local 19th-century amateur photographer, covers a variety of different subjects. These include: group shots of people who were primarily workers...