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1. An Interview With Catherine Reyes An Interview With Catherine Reyes 1978-02-28 Interviewer: Irene Ruiz. Interview recorded February 28, 1978. 1 sound cassette (ca. 90 minutes): analog, stereo.; 5 7/8 x 2 1/2 in., 1/8 in. tape; 1 sound disc; digital; 4 3/4 in. Has typed list of contents....

2. Darby Corporation Darby Corporation Postcard of the Darby Corporation, U.S. Navy Ship builders

3. Darby Liquidation Stirs Nostalgia Darby Liquidation Stirs Nostalgia March/19/1987 Photos and article about the auctioning off of properties of the Darby Corporation plant in Kansas City, Kansas, following the death in 1987 of founder and former Kansas senator Harry Darby, at the age...

4. KCK Craft 'Did Its Part' on Beaches on Normandy: Navy's LCT 856 Largely Lost to History KCK Craft 'Did Its Part' on Beaches on Normandy: Navy's LCT 856 Largely Lost to History June/6/2001 Photos and article about the transportation of military vehicles and equipment on the Missouri River during World War II involving the Darby Corporation (military boat and bomb casing manufacturers in...

5. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town 1952 Photo and bio of C. Harry Darby, chairman of the Darby Corporation, established in 1940 with the merging of the Kaw Steel Construction Plant and Darby's Missouri Boiler Works Company. Description of his...

6. Missouri River: "Big Muddy" Is Longest U. S. Stream Missouri River: "Big Muddy" Is Longest U. S. Stream August/30/1943 Photos, illustrations (copies of paintings), map, and article about the history and current (1943) uses of the Missouri River. Multiple reproduced paintings of it by Swiss artist Karl Bodmer (listed here...

7. People of the Week: Tradition or No, Freshmen Darby, Dworshak, Lehman, Benton Are Expected to Be Vocal People of the Week: Tradition or No, Freshmen Darby, Dworshak, Lehman, Benton Are Expected to Be Vocal and Influential in Senate Roles December/23/1949 Article about Kansas Senator Harry Darby and other national senators, with photo and description of his "unusual career" as "a wealthy steel manufacturer," owner at the age of 54 of the Darby Corporation,...

8. River Up for War: Ft. Peck Dam Gates Are Opened to Permit Floating of Barges Here River Up for War: Ft. Peck Dam Gates Are Opened to Permit Floating of Barges Here January/18/1944 Photo, caption, and article about the high levels of the upper Missouri River allowing for smooth and timely embarkment of "eight ocean-going war craft built in Kansas City shipyards" by the Darby Corporation...

9. Swing's Man of the Month: Harry Darby--"The Hardest Trying" Swing's Man of the Month: Harry Darby--"The Hardest Trying" October//1946 Photo and biographical article about Harry Darby, president of the American Royal and a national senator from Kansas. Native of Kansas serving in World War I and returning afterwards to Kansas City as...

10. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography 1952 Photo and bio of Harry Darby (1895-1987), a national senator from Kansas and native of Kansas City, Kansas, starting out "in 1911 as a helper, mechanic, boilermaker, and structural iron worker with the...