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61. James J. Akard James J. Akard circa 1917 Handwritten in ink on the back of what appears to be a postcard, "Capt. James J. Akard, about 1917."

62. Jas. Hewson & Co. Jas. Hewson & Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Jas. Hewson & Co. showing a small dog with a high-heel shoe. Front says: "Copyright 1882 by G. Kahn." Back of card says: "Hewson's Specialities" and gives advertising copy about three...

63. Jim the Wonder Dog Jim the Wonder Dog

64. Jim, the Wonder Dog Jim, the Wonder Dog November-December//1975 Stories about "Jim the Wonder Dog," a dog in Benton County, Missouri, with remarkable gifts of reasoning and prediction, also "the most famous hunting dog of this century."

65. Kansas City Animal Shelter Kansas City Animal Shelter Information on animal shelters in Kansas City for cats, dogs, and other pets.

66. Kansas City Baby Carriage Co. Kansas City Baby Carriage Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Kansas City Baby Carriage Co. showing a hunting scene: a large deer runs through a group of hunters knocking some down and causing others to shoot a dog and fellow hunter. Caption...

67. Kansas City Police Department Kansas City Police Department File contains one newspaper from the 1950s and several from the 1960s about various issues relating to the local police and civil rights. These range from police brutality to civil disobedience, racial...

68. Kansas City Soap Co. Kansas City Soap Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Kansas City Soap Co. showing a large silver moon with face in a darkening sunset sky smiling down on a dog. One of a set of two cards telling a story. Back of card has a four-stanza...

69. Kansas City Soap Co. Kansas City Soap Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Kansas City Soap Co. showing a large silver moon with face in a dark sky frowning as a dog runs away from it. One of two cards with similar image. Back of card has a four-stanza...

70. Kennel Club Aids the Arm of the Law Kennel Club Aids the Arm of the Law June 17, 2009 Short article telling how Richard and Janet Rees, long-time members of the Heart of America Kennel Club, helped save the K-9 police unit. "The kennel club used funds raised by their annual dog shows to...

71. Life Under the Eighth Street Viaduct Life Under the Eighth Street Viaduct Sept. 1972 Article describes the merchants, con-artists ("fakers") and inhabitants who resided under the 8th Street Viaduct (Main and Delaware Streets) in the early-1900s. The article discusses Clyde Brion Davis's...

72. Living High on the Dog Living High on the Dog February//1995 Article about the improved lifestyle of pet dogs.

73. Local Heroes: Mark Beckhoff and Dan Dye Local Heroes: Mark Beckhoff and Dan Dye December 1995 Photo and description of Three Dog Bakery co-founders Mark Beckloff and Dan Dye, detailing the growth of their successful dog food company based in Kansas City.

74. Lost?. ..Hurt?. ..Abandoned?. ..Neglected? Lost?. ..Hurt?. ..Abandoned?. ..Neglected? July//1976 Photo and article about the at least 15,000 cats and dogs killed at Kansas City animal shelters.

75. Man Hugging a Dog Man Hugging a Dog circa 1930s Unidentified man hugging a Setter breed dog.

76. Man Training a Dog Man Training a Dog circa 1930s Unidentified man standing by stair steps with a Setter breed dog posed on the top step. The man appears to be training the dog.

77. Man Training a Dog Man Training a Dog circa 1930s Unidentified man standing by stair steps with a Setter breed dog posed on the top step. The man appears to be training the dog.

78. Man Walking Dogs Man Walking Dogs circa 1930s Unidentifed man walking four Irish Setter dogs along a sidewalk.

79. Man Walking Dogs Man Walking Dogs circa 1920s-1930s Unidentified man in a suit and hat walking four Irish Setter dogs on a leash.

80. Missouri in Fiction: A Review and a Bibliography Missouri in Fiction: A Review and a Bibliography July//1948 Second in a series of articles about the representation of Missouri places in works of fiction, including the Kansas City and surrounding areas in the following works: (1) "Madison Hood" by Hamilton Drane,...