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1. Annotated Pictures of Westport from Local History Database and Books Annotated Pictures of Westport from Local History Database and Books 1998 Selection of photographs of old Westport from the collection of Missouri Valley Special Collections is accompanied by notes written by local historian, Fred Lee.

2. Battle of Westport Re-enactment Battle of Westport Re-enactment 1989 Troops on horseback in battle.

3. Battle of Westport Re-enactment Battle of Westport Re-enactment 1989 Soldiers on horseback.

4. Battle of Westport Re-enactment Battle of Westport Re-enactment 1989 Troops on horseback in battle.

5. Battle of Westport Re-enactment Battle of Westport Re-enactment 1989 Troops with cannons in battle.

6. Battle of Westport Re-enactment Battle of Westport Re-enactment 1989 Troops near cannons and tents.

7. Battle of Westport Re-enactment Battle of Westport Re-enactment 1989 Troops on horseback and on ground in battle with cannon.

8. Carpenter Residence Carpenter Residence 1991 Full frontal and side view; located at 3344 Olive.

9. Carpenter Residence Carpenter Residence 1991 Full frontal and partial side view; located at 4409 Gillham.

10. Carpenter Residence Carpenter Residence 1991 Full frontal and side view; located at 1312 E. 79th.

11. Carpenter Residence Carpenter Residence 1991 Partial frontal and side view; located at 1212 E. Armour Boulevard.

12. Civil War Battle of Westport Civil War Battle of Westport Booklet edited by Fred Lee, pages 51-77.

13. Fred Lee Fred Lee March 1987 Fred Lee standing by Pioneer Park sculpture before installation.

14. Frederick Lyman Lee II, October 7, 1935-December 29, 1998 Frederick Lyman Lee II, October 7, 1935-December 29, 1998 Winter//1999 Obituary for Frederick Lyman Lee II, or Fred Lee (1935-1998), a historical writer and native of Kansas City. Details of his life and career, starting as a writer in 1961 after service in the military,...

15. Grant Will Finance Harris Home Project Grant Will Finance Harris Home Project May//1976 History of the home and its various owners, starting with the arrival of John Harris and Henrietta Harris and their children in 1832 from Kentucky by covered wagon.

16. Historic Westport Historic Westport September 1979 Photo and biographical article about Charles Raber, a western freighter operating out of Westport from 1860 until the building of the Kansas Pacific Railroad through Denver in 1868. Born in Switzerland...

17. Historic Westport Historic Westport June//1980 Story of a peace medal from 1837 depicting President Martin Van Buren, found in 1887 in Westport on the corpse of possibly Chief Fool. According partly to John McCoy, Chief Fool was the winner of the medal...

18. Historic Westport--The Harris Home: A Rich and Varied History Historic Westport--The Harris Home: A Rich and Varied History April//1978 Detailed history of the house and its many owners starting "in the mid-1850s," including involvement from William R. Nelson.

19. Historic Westport: "Sunny Slope" Subdivision Was Once Westport Pastureland Historic Westport: "Sunny Slope" Subdivision Was Once Westport Pastureland August 1980 History of the Sunny Slope Subdivision, annexed as part of Westport in 1897 into Kansas City, bounded by 40th, 45th, Troost, and Holmes Streets "in what is now known as the Hyde Park neighborhood," with...

20. Historic Westport: Captain Joseph Parks Historic Westport: Captain Joseph Parks August//1981 Biographical article about Captain Joseph Parks (1794-1859), "at one time chief of all the Shawnee Indians" and "a property owner in Rosedale in Kansas City, Kansas and in Westport." National interpreter...