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1. A Panoramic View of the "Lost Townships," Part II A Panoramic View of the "Lost Townships," Part II December 1965 Second in two-part article about the histories of former townships surrounding Kansas City, some of which later becoming incorporated, such as Grandview, Holmes Park, Martin City, and Dodson. Description...

2. Butch Cassidy Butch Cassidy Biographical information about Robert LeRoy Parker, or Butch Cassidy, born in 1866 as Robert LeRoy Parker or Robert Parker in Utah and becoming an organizer of the Wild Bunch gang of outlaws in the late...

3. Dodson Dummy Line Time Schedule Dodson Dummy Line Time Schedule May 25, 1895 Time schedule for the Dodson Dummy Line Railroad, traveling from Westport through Waldo to Dodson, Missouri.

4. Dodson, Missouri, Indian Creek Dodson, Missouri, Indian Creek ca1915 Indian Creek near Dodson, Missouri. Water level is low.

5. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Description of John Youley, teacher of the "Highland Academy" near the town of Dodson, Missouri in the mid-1900s.

6. Harvey Logan, Alias Kid Curry Harvey Logan, Alias Kid Curry File contains multiple articles about the life of Harvey Logan, alias Kid Curry, an outlaw with his brothers in the Logan gang and with the Wild Bunch, including Lonie Logan, Butch Cassidy, and the Sundance...

7. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 History of the town of Dodson, Missouri, "on the southern edge of Kansas City. ..connected with the city by car line, railroad and numerous paved highways."

8. Local Pinkertons and Kansas City Police Department 'Nab' Train Robber Lonie Logan at Dodson, Missouri Local Pinkertons and Kansas City Police Department 'Nab' Train Robber Lonie Logan at Dodson, Missouri Winter//1993 Photo, portrait, and biographical article about Lonie Logan (1882-1900), "alias Lou Curry, a member of Butch Cassidy's Hole-in-the-Wall gang" killed in southern Kansas City by the local Pinkerton Detective...

9. New Rail for Dodson Line New Rail for Dodson Line January//1923 Short history of the street railway service to Dodson, Missouri, starting in 1870, later incorporated into southern Kansas City, Missouri. Called Dodson Dummy Line.

10. Railway Switch Railway Switch 1952 Double sprung switch, Dodson, Missouri.

11. Results of Jackson County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri Results of Jackson County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri 1932 Photos of Dodson, Missouri, in the business district and along Blue River Road.

12. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1945, Page p848 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1945, Page p848 1917-1945 Portions of public park buildings and the suburb of Dodson, Missouri (later incorporated), showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area.

13. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1957, Page p848 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1957, Page p848 1917-1957 Portions of public park buildings and the suburb of Dodson, Missouri (later incorporated), showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area.

14. Scenes of Blue River Park and Mouth of Indian Creek at Dodson Scenes of Blue River Park and Mouth of Indian Creek at Dodson 1897 Photos of Blue River Park and the Kansas City & Westport Railway streetcars. Poem on pages alternating with the photos, called "The Blue! O, the Blue!" by R. J. Lewis.