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1. Youth Fund in a Will: Bequests of Publisher of the Call Are Filed for Probate Youth Fund in a Will: Bequests of Publisher of the Call Are Filed for Probate May/17/1955 Article about the estate of Chester Franklin (1880-1955), founder and publisher of the Kansas City Call newspaper in 1919, to "become a trust fund to be used for the education and training of young persons...

2. Writing for Rights: The Lucile H. Bluford Story Writing for Rights: The Lucile H. Bluford Story 1987 Summarizes the life of Kansas City's foremost black journalist.

3. With Gadfly's Death, Squire No More With Gadfly's Death, Squire No More September 14, 2005 Obituary and article reporting the September 12, 2005 death of Tom Leathers, who passed away at age 77. Leathers was a presence on the Kansas City journalism scene for over 40 years, publishing

4. William Wallace William Wallace March 2, 1905 Photo and bio of William Wallace, a lawyer and former journalist and prosecuting attorney of Jackson County involved with the capture and conviction of members of the outlaw gang of Frank and Jesse James....

5. William Southern, Sr. William Southern, Sr. 1896 Biographical sketch of William Southern, Sr., "editor and manager of the Daily and Weekly Sentinel, Independence, Missouri." Born in Tennessee in 1850 and moving to Missouri in 1870 before joining the...

6. William Southern Jr. William Southern Jr. February/12/1956 Obituary for William Neil Southern, Jr., or William Southern, Jr. (1864-1956), "founder of The Independence Examiner and its publisher for [53] years." Native of Tennessee "gain[ing] national recognition...

7. William Rockhill Nelson William Rockhill Nelson Folder contains photos, illustrations, and information on William Rockhill Nelson (1841-1915), founder and editor of the Kansas City Star newspaper, born in Indiana and coming to Kansas City in 1881.

8. William Rockhill Nelson William Rockhill Nelson April/21/1915 Biographical article about William Rockhill Nelson, the founder and editor of the Kansas City Star, following his death and reviewing his career as a prominent Kansas Citian from 1880 to 1915.

9. William Rockhill Nelson William Rockhill Nelson Newspaper clippings with photos and information on William Rockhill Nelson (1841-1915), co-founder of the Kansas City Star and owner and editor of the paper until his death.

10. William R. Nelson William R. Nelson May/3/1915 Photo and caption about William Rockhill Nelson (1841-1915), "[t]he late editor and owner of the 'Kansas City Star,'" leaving funds in his will dedicated to the establishment of an art museum.

11. William Allen White, Author of "In Our Town" William Allen White, Author of "In Our Town" July//1906 Photo of William Allen White, or William White, author of the book "In Our Town."

12. William Allen White Letters William Allen White Letters 1919-1938 Eight photocopied letters written to Kansas City Public Library director Purd B. Wright from Kansas journalist William Allen White with dates from September 19, 1919, to February 11, 1938. The letters...

13. William Allen White William Allen White 1933-1938 Folder contains three small publications by White including "Thoughts at 65", "Fifty Years of It", and "William Allen White". Also included are three pieces of correspondence between White and Miss Grace...

14. Why Art? Why Art? May//1992 Article about Arthur Brisbane, the former Kansas City Star metropolitan section columnist and new editor of the paper, with photos and description of his defeat of front-running competitor for his job,...

15. Who Really Has the Power? Who Really Has the Power? August//1975 Discussion of the influence of the Kansas City Star in the sphere of political power in the Kansas City area, including support for certain mayors, power of some Star journalists, and attention to the...

16. Whitlock Leaving The Star Whitlock Leaving The Star August 17, 2010 Jason Whitlock, a columnist for The Kansas City Star for 16 years, "is leaving the paper to pursue other interests." Whitlock was a general-interest sports columnist that won many awards including the...

17. Where Are They Now? Where Are They Now? February//1999 Photos and biographical description of John Ferrugia, a former Kansas City television journalist for KCTV-Channel 5, "the station's boy wonder reporter in the late 1970s." Description of his career in...

18. When George Did It When George Did It August, 2005 Article describes an incident during the playing career of Kansas City Royals third baseman George Brett (the exact date is not given), during which he shouted at a journalist, grabbed the journalist's...

19. When Extremists Attack the Press When Extremists Attack the Press February/13/1965 Article about various complaints and harrassments of controversial political cartoonist Bill Sanders and other journalists, including editor Richard B. Fowler, of the Kansas City Star, because of their...

20. What's the Matter with Kansas What's the Matter with Kansas August/15/1896 File containing a photocopy of a reprint of an essay by William Allen White entitled "What's the Matter with Kansas" about the problems with the Populist movement in Kansas and Populism as a national political...