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1. American Royal American Royal 1954 Left to right: C. L. Parks, representing Lee Baker; N. Emerson Paton, SCBA/American Royal; Miss Betty Loman, Johnson County Beauty Queen; C. Monroe Block, President, Chamber of Commerce; and H. R. Garrison,...

2. American Royal American Royal 1954 Left to right: C. L. Parks, representing Lee Baker; N. Emerson Paton, SCBA and American Royal; Miss Betty Loman, Johnson County Beauty Queen; C. Monroe Block, President, Chamber of Commerce; and H. R....

3. Ben L. Welch Commission Company Ben L. Welch Commission Company June/15/1897 Photo and biographical sketch of W. E. Brown, an employee at the Ben L. Welch & Company cattle business in Kansas City starting in 1887, born in 1857 in Johnson County, Missouri.

4. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Frank Peck, president of the Peck-Woolf Sand & Material Company in Kansas City. Born in Johnson County, Missouri, in 1887 and raised in Kansas City before taking charge of his father's...

5. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketches of William Hornbuckle, secretary and treasurer of the Missouri Abstract & Title Insurance Company at 915 Walnut Street, and his father, William D. Hornbuckle. Description of William...

6. Confederate Military History Confederate Military History 1899 (1988 in second edition) Biographical sketch of Daniel Dabney Williams, or Daniel Williams, a western trader born in Platte County, Missouri in 1844 and raised in Johnson County, Missouri before moving to Mexico after the Civil...

7. Confederate Military History Confederate Military History 1899 (1988 in second edition) Biographical sketch of George Valentine, county clerk of Johnson County, Missouri, born in Virginia in 1843.

8. Confederate Military History [and Extended Edition] Confederate Military History [and Extended Edition] //1988 (1899 in first edition) Biographical sketch of Confederate General Francis Marion Cockrell from Johnson County, Missouri, a lawyer before and after the Civil War, elected as a United States Senator in 1875, residing in Warrensburg,...

9. Death Reveals the Stature of a Missouri Scientist Death Reveals the Stature of a Missouri Scientist April/1/1962 Photo and obituary article about Ernest Jesse Palmer, or Ernest Palmer (1875-1962), "a self-taught scientist" dying at his home in Webb City, Missouri on February 25, 1962. Native of England emigrating...

10. Dimmer Wallis Dimmer Wallis 1908 Biographical sketch of Dimner Wallis, "engaged in the real-estate business and financially interested in other business concerns of Kansas City." Born in Pennsylvania in 1855 and raised in Johnson County,...

11. G. S. Hedges Residence G. S. Hedges Residence 1877 Illustrations of the farm and home of G. S. Hedges, or George Hedges (1811-1879), in Jackson County, Missouri, with a biographical sketch of George, a native of Kentucky coming to Jackson County in 1839,...

12. How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named January//1917 Third of a series of articles about the origins of place names in Missouri, including Jackson County (containing the cities of Kansas City, Independence, Lee's Summit, and Blue Springs, Missouri), Johnson...

13. John A. Bushnell Family Papers Finding Aid John A. Bushnell Family Papers Finding Aid 1842-1914 John A. Bushnell was a businessman who came to Missouri and settled in Calhoun, Henry County. Collection contains correspondence and legal documents. Most of the material relates to Henry County, Missouri,...

14. John Kyger John Kyger 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. John Kyger, "physician and surgeon, and professor of diseases of children in the medical department of the University of Kansas City, Kansas," born in Virginia in 1848 and coming...

15. Johnson County, Missouri Johnson County, Missouri n.d. Map of Johnson County, Missouri, that includes highways, county roads, township roads, political township lines, railroads, drainage ditches, streams, and schools. Included are townships Jackson, Columbus,...

16. Joseph Robinson Joseph Robinson 1901 Photo and bio of Dr. Joseph Finis Robinson, or Joseph Robinson, "physician and superintendent of the State Insane Asylum at Nevada," Missouri. "[B]orn near Knobnoster [Knob Noster, Missouri], Johnson County,...

17. KC Snapshoot KC Snapshoot January 2, 2007 Government employees in 2004:
Platte - 3,709
Cass - 4,985
Clay - 13,531
Wyandotte - 18,283
Johnson - 31,379
Jackson - 65,544
Source: KCSourceLink from FedStats data

18. Map of Johnson County, MO Map of Johnson County, MO 1881 Map of Johnson County, Missouri, showing townships (in color), roads, railroads, post offices, schools, and churches.

19. Old Drum Revisited Old Drum Revisited April 2000 Biography of Old Drum, the famous dog of Johnson County, Missouri, memorialized in a statue on the county courthouse in Warrensburg, Missouri, as "a tribute to kids and dogs and memories of those special...

20. Quiet Made Law in Leeton Quiet Made Law in Leeton December/3/1973 Article about the legislation in the town of Leeton, population 600, in Johnson County, Missouri, for an 11 p.m-6 a.m. curfew to stop noisy drivers from waking residents, and the controversy surrounding...