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1. "Doc" Brown, Famous Kansas City Cake Walker "Doc" Brown, Famous Kansas City Cake Walker 2011 Manuscript about Kansas City cake walker Joseph "Doc" Brown (Doctor William Henry Joseph Cutter Brown), that consists of a chronological collection of 149 published articles, notices, and advertisements....

2. ''Les Indiens Osages'': French Publicity for the Traveling Osage ''Les Indiens Osages'': French Publicity for the Traveling Osage July 1, 2003 Les Indiens Osages was published in France in 1827 and was written to publicize the arrival of six Osage Indians traveling in that country. This 36 page publication gives insights into the French-Osage...

3. . ..Jean Laffite and Joseph Robidoux . ..Jean Laffite and Joseph Robidoux Fall//1950 Portraits and biographical article about the correspondence starting in 1818 between Joseph Robidoux (a Saint Louis businessman and founder of Saint Joseph, Missouri of French descent) and Jean Laffite...

4. 1840 Kansas City Map 1840 Kansas City Map Reprint of Father Nicolas Point's 1840 map, from a Kansas City Times article entitled "Earliest Map of Kansas City," depicting the locations of the homes of his parishioners, in the area of the West Bottoms,...

5. 9th Street, West from McGee 9th Street, West from McGee Postcard of 9th Sreet, West from McGee

6. [Thirty] Years a City Editor [Thirty] Years a City Editor July 1, 1935 Photo, cartoon illustrations, and autobiographical article about Charles Blood, city editor of the Kansas City Times newspaper for 30 years. He describes the duties and experiences of his job over that...

7. A Brilliant Organ Gets a Brilliant Organist A Brilliant Organ Gets a Brilliant Organist October 11, 2004 October 8, 2004, French organist Olivier Latry played the dedicatory recital for the new $850,000 pipe organ by Lively-Fulcher Organbuilders of Alexandria, Virginia, at the Visitation Catholic Church.

8. A Citation for Mrs. Snyder: French Government Acknowledges Aid Given to Children A Citation for Mrs. Snyder: French Government Acknowledges Aid Given to Children Spring//1966 Photo and biographical articles (including a reprint of a Kansas City Times article from December 25, 1920) about Mrs. Lillian Ethel Snyder, or Lillian Snyder (pictured as the wife of LeRoy Snyder), "cited...

9. A French Canadian Family among Western Pathfinders A French Canadian Family among Western Pathfinders October 16, 1924 Illustrations and biographical article about the Robidoux family of fur traders in Missouri and the far west including Louis Robidoux and especially his brother Joseph Robidoux III (1763-1868), founder...

10. A Plain M. Claudel: Informality Prevails as the French Ambassador Arrives for Kansas City Visit A Plain M. Claudel: Informality Prevails as the French Ambassador Arrives for Kansas City Visit March/21/1932 Article about the visit to Kansas City by Paul Claudel, "French ambassador to the United States," with photos and description of him as "the greatest Catholic poet in the world today."

11. A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History July/14/1929 Illustration, and biographical article about Sacajawea (ca. 1785-1812 ca.), a Shoshone Indian guide on the Lewis and Clark expedition and wife of French fur trader Toussaint Charbonneau (1759-1840 ca.)...

12. A Real French Connection A Real French Connection April/May, 1997 Article describes a 1997 performance of Karrin Allyson at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Club at the Hotel Meridien Etoile, Paris. Allyson's "near-native pronunciation of French lyrics coupled with soulful renditions...

13. A Time Line for the Settlement of Kansas A Time Line for the Settlement of Kansas Spring 2003 A listing of dates with related events for the history of Kansas beginning in 1600 and ending with 1885. For example: 1744 - French build Fort Cavagnial near present site of Fort Leavenworth; closed 1764....

14. A Tiny Renoir Began Impressive Obsession A Tiny Renoir Began Impressive Obsession June 3, 2007 Article spotlighting the personal collection of French Impressionist paintings of Henry and Marion Bloch. For the last 35 years the Blochs have acquired works from such artists as Manet, Monet, Renior...

15. A Walk in the Streets of St. Louis in 1845 A Walk in the Streets of St. Louis in 1845 October//1928 Reprint of a traveler's street-by-street description of Saint Louis's street scenes in 1845 from the Saint Louis business directory of 1847.

16. A Walking Tour in Old Ste. Genevieve A Walking Tour in Old Ste. Genevieve July-August//1978 Article about the tourist and historic site of Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, settled in the 1700s on the Mississippi River, with photos and map of old homes on a walking tour of the town.

17. Abiel Leonard and Odon Guitar Papers Finding Aid Abiel Leonard and Odon Guitar Papers Finding Aid 1809-1959 (bulk 1850-1890) Abiel Leonard (1797-1863) was a schoolteacher, lawyer, landowner, and politician who lived in Missouri during the early years of statehood. He served in the Missouri state legislature in 1834 and was appointed...

18. About Town About Town January/4/1969 Photo and biographical description of Savino Rendina, an 81-year-old retired "violinist, pianist and French horn player" residing at 4242 54th Street Terrace. Also "one of the original members of the Kansas...

19. Academie Lafayette Prepares Students for Successful Futures Academie Lafayette Prepares Students for Successful Futures March 28-April 3, 2008 Academie Lafayette, at 69th and Oak Streets, is a French-language charter school. Students at the school "consistently exceed the state average on the Missouri Assessment Program despite learning the material...

20. Add a Pinch and a Lump: Missouri Women of the 1820s Add a Pinch and a Lump: Missouri Women of the 1820s July//1971 Overview of the lifestyles of Missouri women in the 1820s, both for common and prominent women, with illustrations. Elaboration on women's roles at the time in food preparation, housekeeping, and manner...