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101. Crime Writer Crime Writer December//1996 Story of a Maloney who spent time in prison and later became a writer, poet, and journalist, winning awards. He worked for the Kansas City Star and reported on the River Quay crime situation in the 1970s....

102. Crossroads of America: The Story of Kansas City Crossroads of America: The Story of Kansas City 1948 Chapters of the book about Kansas City journalists including William Rockhill Nelson (1841-1915), founder of the Kansas City Star and a native of Indiana coming here in 1880. Description of his life and...

103. Daniel Boone Jessee Would Approve Daniel Boone Jessee Would Approve January 1957 Profile of the television and radio announcer, Randall Jessee, for station WDAF-TV.

104. Daniel Carr Daniel Carr April 18, 1905 Biographical sketch of Daniel Murray Carr, or Daniel Carr, "engaged in general assignment work with and for the Missouri state highway department," formerly a journalist for the Kansas City Police Department,...

105. Deadline [and] Who Killed Larry Sarvey? Deadline [and] Who Killed Larry Sarvey? March/4-11/1990 File containing a two-part series of articles about the 1989 murder )and ensuing trial about) of Larry Sarvey, a 38-year-old publisher of Atchison Globe newspaper killed by an unknown shooter in his home...

106. Deaths and Funeral Notices Deaths and Funeral Notices February/7/1975 One paragraph about the death and funeral of Harry Hannon, a long-time Star reporter.

107. Deaths and Funerals Deaths and Funerals August/4/2002 Obituary for long time local radio and television personality Claude Dorsey. He died on August 3, 2002 in Kansas City. He was born on April 13, 1916, graduated from the University of Kansas in 1938 and...

108. Deaths: Miss Eleanore Sheley Deaths: Miss Eleanore Sheley October/26/1976 Obituary for Miss Eleanore Sheley, "81, of 2410 [North 83rd Street], Kansas City, Kansas, a former staff member of the Kansas City Journal-Post and a charter member and past president of the Heart of America...

109. Deaths: Mrs. Develle Thatcher Deaths: Mrs. Develle Thatcher February/8/1965 Obituary for "Mrs. Irene Lois Thatcher [or Irene Thatcher, wife of Develle Thatcher], 53, of 311 East [79th Street]," a lifelong Kansas Citian and "editor of Hardware and Farm Equipment magazine 10 years...

110. Deaths: Mrs. Mary-Scott Crabbs Deaths: Mrs. Mary-Scott Crabbs September/25/1972 Obituary for Mary-Scott Crabbs, dying in 1972, the daughter of Jesse Newport Johnson, a millionaire arriving in Kansas City in 1884 with a fortune from South African diamond mining, and granddaughter of...

111. Deaths: Mrs. Ozelle M. Graves Deaths: Mrs. Ozelle M. Graves May/3/1974 Obituary for "Mrs. Ozelle Miller Graves [or Ozelle Graves], 83, of 630 W. 61st, widow of Ludwick Graves, general counsel for the Kansas City Power & Light Co." and president of the Board of Education....

112. Deaths: Mrs. Sullivan Rites Deaths: Mrs. Sullivan Rites April/24/1967 Obituary for "Mrs. Georgia Sullivan, 49, of St. Louis, formerly of Kansas City," killed in a car accident near Marshall, Missouri in 1967. "[F]reelance writer," wife of Raymond Sullivan, and daughter of...

113. Denver Checks Up on Its First Mayor, a Romantic Figure in Early Kansas City Denver Checks Up on Its First Mayor, a Romantic Figure in Early Kansas City May/27/1943 Photo and biographical article about Colonel John Moore (1832-1915), "first mayor of Denver, soldier of the Confederacy and post-war journalist in early Kansas City" as co-owner of the old Kansas City...

114. Denver Checks Up on Its First Mayor, a Romantic Figure in Early Kansas City Denver Checks Up on Its First Mayor, a Romantic Figure in Early Kansas City May/27/1943 Photo and biographical article about Colonel John Moore (1832-1915), "first mayor of Denver, soldier of the Confederacy and post-war journalist in early Kansas City" as co-owner of the old Kansas City...

115. Dorothy Thompson with College Students Dorothy Thompson with College Students Dorothy Thompson flanked by three University of Kansas students. Thompson was a prominent journalist and leading opponent of 1930's fascism.

116. Dos Mundos Loses Cherished Member of their Staff Dos Mundos Loses Cherished Member of their Staff March 30-April 5, 2006 Obituary for Carmen Cardinal, 60, who died March 28, 2006. "Born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in Kansas City's Westport community, Cardinal attended Allen Elementary School." She worked at Dos Mundos...

117. Dowdal H. Davis, Jr. (1913-1957): Journalist, Businessman, Activist Dowdal H. Davis, Jr. (1913-1957): Journalist, Businessman, Activist 1999 File containing photos and a biographical article about Dowdal Henry Davis, Jr. (1913-1957), a former Kansas City businessman and president of "the Kansas City 'Call' newspaper." Native of Independence,...

118. Dr. Henry Jackson Waters to Be Next Luncheon Speaker Dr. Henry Jackson Waters to Be Next Luncheon Speaker January/29/1918 Notice about the next speaker for the Commercial Club meeting being "Dr. Henry Jackson Waters [or Henry Waters], editor of the weekly Kansas City Star, formerly president of the Kansas Agricultural college...

119. Dr. Waters Tells Chamber of Commerce of Farmer's Great Part in Winning the War Dr. Waters Tells Chamber of Commerce of Farmer's Great Part in Winning the War February/5/1918 Biographical article about Henry Jackson Waters, or Henry Waters, "editor of the Weekly Kansas City Star" and speaker on the role of Midwestern farmers in World War I at the Commercial Club meeting at...

120. Edgar Snow Edgar Snow File contains a biographical article about Edgar Snow (1905-1972), a prominent Asian journalist and native Kansas Citian writing "a prophetic and controversial book titled 'Red Star over China'" upon his...