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Hancock Eagle (Mormon Newspaper)
April 10-August 28, 1846
Run of the old Mormon newspaper "Hancock Eagle," published in Nauvoo, Illinois, on microfilm.
Hannibal Bridge Profile
Photos and bio of Harold Neumann (1906-1995), "[c]hampion air racer and TWA pilot" and native of Illinois starting as a pilot in the 1920s and coming to Kansas City in 1936 as an early TWA pilot.
He Took Brides to Northwest Pioneers
Photo, illustration, and biographical article about Asa Shinn Mercer, or Asa Mercer (1839-1917), "[b]y turns educator, lawmaker, editor and author," but most noted for "the transportation of unmarried...
Hectic Career Led Early Missourian to a Governorship at the Age of 26
File containing a portrait and biographical article about Henry Clay Warmoth, or Henry Warmoth (1842-1931), "swashbuckling Civil War soldier of Missouri, who became a lawyer at the age of 17, a lieutenant...
Biographical sketch of Henry Kuhn, vice-president of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue. He was born in Illinois in 1889 and came to Kansas City in 1918 as an engineer after...
May 5, 1905
Photo and bio of Henry Massman, president of the Massman Construction Company and a native of Quincy, Illinois, coming to Kansas City as an infant with his father, a bricklayer. Description of his career,...
Photo and bio of Henry McCune, a lawyer born in Illinois in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1890.
Biographical sketch of Henry McCune, a lawyer born in Illinois in 1862 and coming to Kansas City about 1890.
Biographical sketch of Henry Long McCune, or Henry McCune, a lawyer in the Fidelity Building, born in Illinois in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1890, becoming attorney for the Board of Education.
Biographical sketch of Henry McCune, a Kansas City lawyer born in Illinois in 1862, moving to Kansas and becoming city attorney of Oswego, Kansas, before arriving in Kansas City in 1890, with offices in...
Biographical sketch of Henry McCune, "juvenile court" judge of Jackson County. Born in Illinois in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1886 as a lawyer before becoming judge in 1904.
Henry McCune, Judge
Photo and bio of Judge Henry McCune, "long recognized as one of the legal lights of Missouri," born in Illinois in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1890 as a lawyer, with residence "in the Georgian Court...
Photo and bio of Herbert Perry Wright, or Herbert Wright, "President of the H. P. Wright Investment Company." Born in Illinois in 1865 and coming to Kansas City in 1887 as an investment banker and later...
Highway Map Missouri
Road map of Missouri showing the state highway system and the various type of roads within that system, as well as cities and towns according to population. Map also shows small portions of states bordering...
Highway Map St. Louis and Vicinity
Road map of St. Louis, Missouri showing the state highway system and the type of roads within that system, as well as golf, yacht and country clubs, points of interest, parks, airports, and rivers. Map...
Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri
Entire chapter of the book on Reverend Samuel B. F. Caldwell, or Samuel Caldwell, a minister moving to Illinois and then in 1840 to Missouri, originally from Kentucky, aiding "in the organization of the...
Historical Notes--Incidents of Early Travels in Missouri
Accounts of French explorers and traders of the late 1600s to early 1700s on the Missouri River and distinctions between different types of Indians from their encounters with Missouri, Osage, and Illinois...
Historical Notes and Comments
One paragraph about letters exchanged between Joseph Robidoux of Saint Joseph and "Jean Lafitte, the famous pirate, in 1818," kept by Lafitte's great-grandson in Kansas City, John Lafitte.
History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri
Biographical sketch of William Rhea, a farmer and stock raiser born in Illinois in 1831 and moving to Caldwell County, Missouri, about 1876.
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