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Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred...
Carrie Westlake Whitne...
John F Gregory
You Know Your Undertakers?
October 3, 1971
Short notice about the publication of the book ''Six Black Horses'' by Nolan Davis who was a former undertaker’s apprentice. Davis based the book partly on his own experiences in that field, in Kansas...
Yellowstone Park, Old Faithful Inn
2 postcards from Yellowstone Park
Wounded Knee, Birds Eye View of Battlefield
Jan. 1, 1891
Distant view, looking southwest, of the battlefield at Wounded Knee. Several people with horses can be seen searching a deserted Sioux camp.
Woolford Ranch, Burial Place of Derby Winner, Vanishing. ..
File containing an article with photos, illustrations, and description of Herbert Woolf (1884-1960), president of the Woolf Brothers Company of clothing stores in Kansas City, and owner since 1925 "of...
Woman on Horseback
Woman in formal dress on horseback; horses wearing banners that read "Frisco Line".
Willis Wood Theater
Postcard of Willis Wood Theater
William Napoleon (Babe) Hudspeth
Charcoal portrait drawing of William "Babe" Hudspeth in suit, vest, and tie. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature, handwritten in black ink is "Babe Hudspeth."
William Ivey Nichols
Biographical sketch of William Ivey Nichols, or William Nichols, a Kansas City livery dealer. Born in England in 1816 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1869 and opening a livery business at 10th and Main...
Who's Who in Kansas City
Portraits and biographical article about Alexander Henderson, chief of the Kansas City Fire Department, born in New York in 1858 and coming to Kansas City in 1869 as a race horse rider and delivery wagon...
What, Another Team?
Article about "another major league team coming to Kansas City" in the form of organized rodeo, with the "Kansas City Trailblazers" team competing against other cities' teams.
What Was His Creed?
Photo and caption about R. M. C. Lord, owner of "the great carriage pair [of horses], Brilliance and Botanic," bought by him "during the Kansas City Horse Show" in 1897.
Reproduction of a painting of early Kansas City or Westport Landing, depicting early settlers on horses and in covered wagons and on a steamboat.
Westport United Methodist Church
Postcasrd of the Westport United Methodist Church
Postcard of the Warneke Bakery building
Man on horseback identified as Walter Aiken in front of Livestock Exchange building. Back of photograph reads, "Walter Aiken, never owned an automobile, always on a horse. K.C. Stockyards-Exchange Bldg."...
Walnut Street, North from 12th Street
Postcard of Walnut Street, North from 12th Street
Vivid 'Gussie' Busch Dies at St. Louis Home
File contains an obituary article about August Anheuser Busch, Jr., or August Busch, Jr. (1899-1989), "the colorful beer baron who turned his family business into the world's largest brewing company,"...
Postcard of the Victor Building
Unlikely Rider is Getting His Dues
September 22, 2008
The Tom Bass Arena, "a $1.3 million equine warm-up facility at the [American Royal] complex in Kansas City's West Bottoms," is nearly complete. It is named after African American horseman Tom Bass who...
Photograph of drawing of unidentified building. Shows horses and buggies.
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