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41. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Portrait and biographical sketch of John Guinn, "one of the widely known and eminently successful farmers of Missouri," born in Tennessee in 1832 and coming to Missouri in 1865 as a former railroad investor,...

42. Enterprising North Missouri Farmers Started State on Way to Good Roads Enterprising North Missouri Farmers Started State on Way to Good Roads May 1,1952 Photo and article about the road improvement technologies used by Robert Hart (dying in 1934) of the Eagleville, Missouri, area (in Harrison County, Missouri) and others in northern Missouri, such as D....

43. F. G. Smith F. G. Smith ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for F. G. Smith showing a man holding a stick sitting on a grassy knoll watching his cow drink from the edge of a lake near a stile. Caption says: "Spring." One of three cards each illustrating...

44. Farmers Hotel Farmers Hotel Information about the Farmers Hotel, also known as the Southern Hotel, Planters Hotel, McGee's Hotel, and the Wayside Inn, built by E. Milton McGee at 16th and Grand Avenue in 1856 as part of his McGee's...

45. Farmers Urged to Enter Commodities Futures Market Farmers Urged to Enter Commodities Futures Market November/17/1974 Photos and biographical article about Walter Middlecamp, "vice-president here for Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc." as a stockbroker and cattle rancher "on his Crooked River Ranch near Lawson,...

46. Farmers, Ranchers, and the Railroad, The Evolution of Fence Law in the Great Plains, 1865-1900 Farmers, Ranchers, and the Railroad, The Evolution of Fence Law in the Great Plains, 1865-1900 Winter 2010 Article describes fencing policies in the Great Plains region as well as the conflicts that arose among ranchers and farmers. The emergence of the railroad and its effect on the fencing laws is also discussed....

47. Food from the Farm Food from the Farm December 2010 Community-supported agriculture programs (CSAs) are growing in the Kansas and Missouri area. “What exactly is a CSA program? Simply put, it’s a network of local farmers who turn out produce, grains,...

48. From One Dam, More Power and Water for a Sixth of U. S. From One Dam, More Power and Water for a Sixth of U. S. August/8/1958 Article about the hydroelectric power and reservoir water gained by the new Oahe Dam on the Missouri River in South Dakota, providing both flood control and irrigation water for farmers, built by the United...

49. Future Farmers of America Future Farmers of America Photos, illustrations, and information on the Future Farmers of America (FFA) organization, holding its national convention in Kansas City for 71 years until moving to Louisville in 1999.

50. Future Farmers of America Plaques Future Farmers of America Plaques 1999 View looking toward the northeast of the Future Farmers of America Plaques located in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, at the southeast corner of 11th and Baltimore.

51. Gardening for Food Could Get Boost in KC Gardening for Food Could Get Boost in KC February 16, 2011 Commentary about the popularity of vegetable gardening in the area. Katherine Kelly, executive director of the Kansas City Center for Urban Agriculture, is quoted as saying, "and this year, there are at...

52. Gerald Mulligan Gerald Mulligan February/23/1970 Obituary for Gerald Mulligan, vice-president of the Farmers Trust Company, dying at the age of 65 on February 22, 1970.

53. Good Times on The Farm Good Times on The Farm March 20, 2012 Compared to the 1980s when "tens of thousands of farmers went broke and were forced off of their land," the last few years has seen a rise in farm earnings. "Farm income has jumped nearly 30 percent in...

54. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle 1958 H. Roe Bartle riding in car with former National FFA president Howard Downing and two unknown individuals. Sign on car also says American Royal Livestock and Horse Show. Description on back says, " Opening...

55. Hall & Willis Hardware Co. Hall & Willis Hardware Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Hall & Willis Hardware Co. showing two men giving hay to cattle in the snow. Front of card says: “Holt's Lightning Hay Knife.” Back of card says: “Great Saving to Farmers! Before...

56. Hammerslough & Co. Hammerslough & Co. 1882 Advertising card for "Hammerslough & Co., One Price Clothiers" showing a funny picture of a dog biting a pig's ear and a man, woman, and child, one behind the other, tugging on the dog's tail. Front of...

57. History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri //1886 Biographical sketch of Haman Hemry, a "Farmer and Stock-raiser" in Hamilton, Missouri, and the story of the murder of his brother, Isaac Hemry (1828-1885), in 1885. Description of both brothers, natives...

58. History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri //1886 Biographical sketches of John Parmenter and William Parmenter, farmers and stock-raisers in Caldwell County, Missouri. Description of John as born in England in 1832 and emigrating to Missouri in 1866....

59. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Otho Ashcraft, one "[a]mong the intelligent and well-to-do farmers of Howard county," Missouri, in Boone's Lick Township, with "a good farm of nearly 250 acres," and the grandson...

60. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Humphrey Walker, "one of the first farmers and most respected citizens of Howard county," Missouri, born there in 1853 as "son of Hon. John Walker, now state auditor of Missouri."...