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81. Liberty (Mo.) Tribune Papers Finding Aid Liberty (Mo.) Tribune Papers Finding Aid 1800-1880s, bulk 1830s-1860s This collection contains items crica 1832–1880s submitted to the Liberty (Mo.) Tribune for publication in the newspaper. They cover a variety of topics. Of particular interest are letters written from...

82. Map of Hickory CO. MO. Map of Hickory CO. MO. 1880 Map shows roads, houses, property owners, streams, towns, township, and range lines. Reverse side contains list of "Business References" including farmers and professionals with their date and place of...

83. Market Value Market Value December 2007 Brief article describing the City Market which hosts the region's largest farmers' market and street bazaar. Located in the River Market area of Kansas City, the City Market opened in 1857 and has had...

84. Martin, Snyder & Co. Martin, Snyder & Co. ca. 1890-1896 Advertising card for Martin, Snyder & Co. showing a man with a large potato for a head wearing glasses and a hat hoeing a field. Caption says: "Daddy Potatoe;--'I am taking good care of my little ones!'"...

85. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 One page of biography about James Butler Bowlin, or James Bowlin (1804-1874), "a Representative from Missouri," moving to Missouri from Virginia in 1833 as a lawyer, establishing the "Farmers and Mechanics...

86. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of William Rice, "one of the foremost farmers and stockmen of Smithville, Clay county, Missouri, and a former outstanding member of the Missouri state legislature." Born in Clay County...

87. Missouri River Missouri River Postcard of the Missouri River at Kansas City

88. Mitzvah Garden Grows Next to Synagogue Mitzvah Garden Grows Next to Synagogue May 7, 2010 The congregation of B'nai Jehudah has established a 10,000 square-foot Mitzvah Garden at the Temple to help in "the local fight against hunger." They plan to sell the produce at farmers' markets as well...

89. Moline Plow Co. Moline Plow Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Moline Plow Co. showing a fat man with wings standing on a stump holding up a glowing corn cob while farmers plow fields in the background. Front of card says: “We take the Liberty...

90. Montgomery Ward & Company Montgomery Ward & Company Postcard of the Montgomery Ward & Company building at St. John and Belmont

91. My First School but Not a Pupil My First School but Not a Pupil Short story concerning an early school in Kansas City observed by Catherine Stambaugh McKee, or Catherine McKee (1858-1940), "the daughter of George Washington and Jennie Huff Stambaugh," moving to Cass...

92. Natured's Own Natured's Own August/September 2007 Article about Good Natured Family Farms co-op. "Farmers who sell under the Good Natured Family Farms name must be small, family owned and operated farms in Kansas or Missouri and employ sustainable, environmentally...

93. Nelson Drive Nelson Drive Postcard of Nelson Drive under construction

94. Nurture Urban Agriculture to Turn Back Blight Nurture Urban Agriculture to Turn Back Blight June 20, 2010 This editorial proclaimed, "Urban farming and gardening presents a doable, cost-effective way to find a use for blighted land while yielding healthy foods for neighborhoods that need it and also providing...

95. P. I. Wallingford P. I. Wallingford 1877 Biographical sketch of P. I. Wallingford, "one of the substantial farmers of Washington township," born in Platte County, Missouri in 1844 and moving to Jackson County in 1867.

96. Parade Parade 1955 Parade heading east on 14th Street, east of Wyandotte near Municipal Auditorium.

97. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1914, ca. Real estate company handling "both city and farm property."

98. People Talked About People Talked About January/5/1905 Photo and description of Edward Hoch, or E. W. Hoch, governor of Kansas, starting out as a "country editor with high ideals" for government and farmers.

99. Perspective: Domesticating Big Mo Perspective: Domesticating Big Mo April/16/1953 Editorial essay about the need for cooperation of flood control agencies by the federal and local governments in order to prevent repeated disasters like the 1951 flood for both cities' buildings and farmers'...

100. Plank Roads and Corduroy Trails: The Farmer's Railroads Plank Roads and Corduroy Trails: The Farmer's Railroads Spring//1973 Article about the development of state roads in Missouri up to the Civil War, including such types of road material as timber (corduroy trails), wooden planks (plank roads), and eventually gravel and macadam,...