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121. They Legislate for Missouri They Legislate for Missouri January//1938 Analysis of the composition of the Missouri state legislature, covering several demographic factors, such as age, political faith, education, profession or occupation, legislative experience, and influence...

122. Today's Trailblazers Today's Trailblazers January 4, 2004 Article features five local people who are working to make the community and world a better place. They include: farmer Diana Endicott, pediatrician Monica Pierson, architect Bob Berkebile, minister Ervin...

123. Troubles Never Ending for America's Black Farmer Troubles Never Ending for America's Black Farmer July 27-August 2, 2007 Article reports on the plight of African American farmers in the United States, whose numbers have declined rapidly in the last century, and attempts to enact legislation that would provide much needed...

124. Up Front: In Debt and Desperate, Farmer Wayne Cryts Wants to Raise Cain in Congress Up Front: In Debt and Desperate, Farmer Wayne Cryts Wants to Raise Cain in Congress April/21/1986 Photos and biographical article about Wayne Cryts, a 39-year-old Missouri Ozarks farmer and "a candidate for the House of Representatives, from Missouri's largely rural Eighth District." Description of...

125. Whyte Brothers Grocery Whyte Brothers Grocery Postcard of the interior of the E. Whyte Grocery, Fruit & Wine Company

126. William Gentry William Gentry 1878 Portrait and biographical sketch of William Gentry, a railroad executive, former Union officer in the Civil War, and farmer in Sedalia, Missouri, who was born in Howard County, Missouri, in 1818.