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1. [Towns and Villages in Clay County: First article in a series] [Towns and Villages in Clay County: First article in a series] Second Quarter 1991 Short synopsis of the beginnings of Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Includes a drawing of the 1914 plat plan.

2. About Town: Poems Recall Her Life in Excelsior Springs About Town: Poems Recall Her Life in Excelsior Springs February/5/1974 Biographical article about M. Deborah Ellett, "poetry editor for the City Inner & Outer Magazine which is devoted chiefly to minority affairs and success stories," growing up in Excelsior Springs, Missouri,...

3. American Royal Queens American Royal Queens The following were American Royal Queens from 1939 to 1967: (1939) Margaret Jane Swift of Claremore, Oklahoma, (1940) Dorothy Jean Ballard of Tulsa, Oklahoma, (1941) Barbara Mostez Dusenberry of Excelsior...

4. Biography of William S. Woods (1840-1917), Physician, Banker, and Philanthropist Biography of William S. Woods (1840-1917), Physician, Banker, and Philanthropist 2004

5. Clay County-Liberty Sesquicentennial: Once a Busy Way Station Clay County-Liberty Sesquicentennial: Once a Busy Way Station February/27/1972 File containing an article about the Seybold Tavern, built in 1823 one and one-half miles south of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, in Clay County, made of logs. Description of its visitors and hosts, Louis...

6. Dr. A. S. McCleary. ..Founder Dr. A. S. McCleary. ..Founder Spring//1968 Photo and biographical article about Dr. A. S. McCleary as the founder of the McCleary Memorial Hospital (later the McCleary-Thornton Hospital) in Kansas City in 1900, starting out as "the world's largest...

7. DREAM City Gets Development Aid DREAM City Gets Development Aid October 25, 2007 Missouri governor Matt Blunt announced a $250,000 Downtown Revitalization and Economic Assistance for Missouri grant for Excelsior Springs. This grant will allow for the redevelopment of downtown Excelsior...

8. E. F. Swinney E. F. Swinney File contains a paper on Edward Fletcher Swinney, or Edward Swinney (usually known as E. F. Swinney), "President of the First National Bank" with residence at 4343 Oak Street and a farm in Excelsior Springs,...

9. Edward Fletcher Swinney, Banker: A Friendly Man with Many Friends Edward Fletcher Swinney, Banker: A Friendly Man with Many Friends July 14, 1931 Article on Edward Fletcher Swinney, or Edward Swinney (usually known as E. F. Swinney), president of the First National Bank. Native of Virginia coming to Kansas City in 1886 before joining his bank in...

10. Escape to the Elms Escape to the Elms June/July 2013 Article details the history of the Elms Hotel and Spa in Excelsior Springs, Missouri and a return to its “luxurious roots” after recent renovations and new ownership. The hotel's amenties and services,...

11. Excelsior Springs Golf Club Excelsior Springs Golf Club View of Club House at Excelsior Springs Golf Club with people in front.

12. Excelsior Springs Historical Museum Excelsior Springs Historical Museum

13. Excelsior Springs, Elms Hotel Excelsior Springs, Elms Hotel Postcard of the Elms Hotel, Excelsior Springs, MO

14. Excelsior Springs, James Farm Excelsior Springs, James Farm Postcard of James Farm at Excelsior Springs, MO

15. Excelsior Springs, Missouri Excelsior Springs, Missouri Information about Excelsior Springs and the Elms Hotel.

16. Excelsior Springs, Missouri, Music Hall Excelsior Springs, Missouri, Music Hall Late 1800s The Music Hall was located northeast of the Elms Hotel's lawn. "On May 9, 1898, when the Elms burned, the Music Hall was occupied by Captain William Abernathy's recruits for the Spanish American War. The...

17. Excelsior Springs, Missouri, The Elms Hotel Excelsior Springs, Missouri, The Elms Hotel circa 1890 Front view of one of the earlier Elms Hotel building with horses and buggies in front. This building later burned.

18. Excelsior Springs, Missouri, The Elms Hotel Excelsior Springs, Missouri, The Elms Hotel Full frontal and side view of the third Elms Hotel building.

19. Excelsior Springs, Regent Spring & Wabash Depot Excelsior Springs, Regent Spring & Wabash Depot 2 postcards of Excelsior Springs, Regent Spring & Wabash Depot

20. Excelsior Springs, Tryst Falls Excelsior Springs, Tryst Falls Postcard of Tryst Falls, Clay County's first park, on Williams Creek, Excelsior Springs, MO