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21. Clay County, Missouri Falls Clay County, Missouri Falls ca1880s-90s Exterior view of people gathered around what is identified on the back of the photograph as Fishing River Falls. Back also says Trysting place James Boys, Clay Co. near Kearney. It is believed this site...

22. Collection Is Gold Mine: Snyder 'Americana' Is Available at UMKC Collection Is Gold Mine: Snyder 'Americana' Is Available at UMKC October 1972 Photos (of title pages of old Jackson County documents) and article about the opening of the "Snyder Collection of Americana of the UMKC libraries" in 1972, previously kept by its owner Robert McClure...

23. Don't Touch That Dial Don't Touch That Dial May 1991 Photo and bio of Harold Ensley, "the 'Sportsman's Friend,'" in "his 37th year of TV, still fishing, hunting, camping. ..and talking," starting "at KIMO Radio in Independence in 1951" and becoming nationally...

24. Ensley Lived Up To His Title Ensley Lived Up To His Title August 28, 2005 Brent Frazee in his column "The outdoors" reminiscences about local sportsman Harold Ensley. He shares his own stories as well as those given to him by others. Ensley, known as "The Sportsman's Friend",...

25. F. G. Smith F. G. Smith ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for F. G. Smith showing two men fishing in a lake, one in a boat and one reclining on the grassy bank. Caption says: "Autumn." One of three cards each illustrating a season. Front lower...

26. Fabled Guide Fletcher Dies Fabled Guide Fletcher Dies January 24, 2014 Obituary for J. D. Fletcher, a longtime fishing guide and resort owner at Table Rock Lake, described as a "genuine Ozark hillbilly." It is stated that Fletcher served as a guide from 1958 to 2009, when...

27. Ferd. Heim Brewing Co. Ferd. Heim Brewing Co. ca. 1880-1900 Set of three advertising cards for the Ferd. Heim Brewing Co. tied together with a ribbon on the left side. Top card is blue and shows a framed sailing ship and some flowers. Second card is blue and shows...

28. Ferd. Heim Brewing Co. Ferd. Heim Brewing Co. ca. 1880-1900 Set of three advertising cards for the Ferd. Heim Brewing Co. tied together with a ribbon on the left side. Top card is blue and shows a rural scene surrounded by flowers. Second card is blue and shows...

29. Ferryboats, Fishing: Old Times Echo Softly in Harlem Ferryboats, Fishing: Old Times Echo Softly in Harlem July/8/1973 Photos, map, and article about the town or community of Harlem, Missouri, on the north bank of the Missouri River (Clay County) across from Downtown Kansas City (Jackson County), "bounded by the A.-S.-B....

30. Fishing on Cowskin River Fishing on Cowskin River circa 1890s Group photo of unidentified men fishing on the Cowskin River. Handwritten on the front, "Fishing on Cow Skin river Kas."

31. Fishing Tackle Made in Missouri Fishing Tackle Made in Missouri 1993 Book identifies fishing tackle manufacturers in Missouri between 1900 and 1989. Some of the Kansas City-area companies include: Lutz Pork Bait Company (920-924 Wyandotte), Arnold Manufacturing Company...

32. For the Love of Pine For the Love of Pine June 2010 Twin Pines Conservation Education Center opened January 1, 2008. lLcated in the Ozarks between Sikeston and Springfield on Highway 60, it is Missouri's only rural nature center. The 452-acre outdoor classroom...

33. Get Away. ..To Ozark County Get Away. ..To Ozark County Spring-Summer//1991 Article about the tourism industry in Ozark County, Missouri, including fishing and other rustic activities.

34. Golden Moment: Kansas City Sportshow Celebrates 50th Anniversary as an Area Institution Golden Moment: Kansas City Sportshow Celebrates 50th Anniversary as an Area Institution January 4, 2003 The Kansas City Sports, Boat and Travel Show opened in 1954. According to the article, the show now attracts 135,000 people during its six day run and has more than 400 exhibitors. Illustrations include...

35. Group of Fishermen Group of Fishermen circa 1930s Group of ten men and women posing by a stream; some of them are wearing fishing gear and holding fly rods.

36. Idyll in the Ozarks Idyll in the Ozarks June/25/1955 Article about the fishing, boating, and other water recreation in rivers in the Missouri Ozarks, mostly soon to be flooded by dams by the unpopular Army Corps of Engineers, with map and photos.

37. Independence Independence 1894 (1910 reprint) Detailed topographical map of area east of Kansas City, showing parts of Clay, Ray, Jackson, and Lafayette Counties, Missouri. Some towns included are Kearney, Lawson, Vibbard, Excelsior Springs, Prathersville,...

38. J. F. Schmelzer & Sons J. F. Schmelzer & Sons ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for J. F. Schmelzer & Sons showing elves or some small people with pointed hats playing tennis. There are four elves per side and all four hold one large racket together. Front of card...

39. J. F. Schmelzer & Sons J. F. Schmelzer & Sons ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for J. F. Schmelzer & Sons showing a barefoot African American boy in a large hat and ragged clothes carrying two watermelons, one under each arm. Front of card says: "J. F. Schmelzer...

40. J. J. Foster J. J. Foster ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for J. J. Foster showing a brown leaf with a tiny image inside it of a woman sitting on a bench in a park. One of two cards with similar design. Front lower left corner of card has number...