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81. Charles Spalding--Westport and Kansas City Town Booster Charles Spalding--Westport and Kansas City Town Booster April//1996 File containing a photo and biographical article about Charles Carroll Spalding, or Charles Spalding (1826-1876), a pioneer promoter and writer of Kansas City. Native of Vermont coming to Kansas City in...

82. Chester A. Franklin and Harry S. Truman: An African-American Conservative and the "Conversion" of the Chester A. Franklin and Harry S. Truman: An African-American Conservative and the "Conversion" of the Future President October 1993 Extensive article about the influence of Chester Franklin (1880-1955), "the African-American publisher of 'The Call,' a black Kansas City newspaper," starting in 1919, on future president Harry Truman...

83. Chester Arthur Franklin, 1880-1955 Chester Arthur Franklin, 1880-1955 1968 A 7 page photocopied transcript of a speech given on May 5, 1968 at the dedication of the Chester A. Franklin Elementary School.

84. Citizen Hale: An Intimate Look at the Publisher of the Kansas City Star Citizen Hale: An Intimate Look at the Publisher of the Kansas City Star June/6/1991 Photos and biographical article about James Hale, publisher of the Kansas City Star newspaper and native of Texas, starting as a newspaper journalist in World War II and joining Capital Cities Communications,...

85. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Walter Prescott Neff, or Walter Neff, chairman of the board of the Daily Drovers Telegram newspaper at 1505 Genesee Street. Born in Indiana in 1866 and coming to Kansas City in 1887...

86. Clara Elizabeth Kellogg, Owner and Editor of The Independent Clara Elizabeth Kellogg, Owner and Editor of The Independent July/16/1927 Photo and biographical article about Clara Elizabeth Kellogg, or Clara Kellogg, owner and editor of the Independent magazine of Kansas City's high society, joining the company about 1910.

87. Clara Virginia Townsend Clara Virginia Townsend File containing photos and information on Clara Virginia Townsend, or Clara Townsend (ca. 1858-1939), a former teacher, school principal, and creator of "Prunes and Prisms" column (under the pen name of...

88. Cleaver Criticizes Media Coverage Cleaver Criticizes Media Coverage May/22-28/1997 Describes Cleaver's assertions that members of local media organizations distorted and inaccurately reported news stories.

89. Clementine's Paper Trail Clementine's Paper Trail March 22, 2006 Article announcing the opening of the Clementine Paddleford Papers at Kansas State University. Paddleford, pioneer in food journalism, wrote columns for the The New York Herald Tribune (1946-1946), This...

90. Col. Southern Dies; Wrote Own Obituary Col. Southern Dies; Wrote Own Obituary February/18/1956 Obituary for William Neil Southern, Jr., or William Southern, Jr., "founder of the 'Independence Examiner' [established in 1905] and its editor and publisher for 53 years" before retiring in 1951 and dying...

91. Colonel Robert T. Van Horn: His Life and Public Service Colonel Robert T. Van Horn: His Life and Public Service October 1924 Footnote about W. A. Strong, a lawyer and editor of the Kansas City Enterprise newspaper on its debut on September 23, 1854 (with D. K. Abeel as printer). Responsible for convincing Robert Van Horn to...

92. Colonel Robert Van Horn Colonel Robert Van Horn 1901 Biographical sketch of Colonel Robert Thompson Van Horn, "distinguished for brilliant and eminently useful services as journalist, soldier and statesman" in Kansas City. Born in Pennsylvania in 1824 and...

93. Colonel Robert Van Horn Colonel Robert Van Horn 1968 (1950 first edition) Photo and bio of Colonel Robert Van Horn (1824-1916), mayor of Kansas City in 1861 and 1864. Native of Pennsylvania coming here in 1855 as a buyer of "the 'Enterprise,' a newspaper which later became the...

94. Colonel Robert Van Horn Colonel Robert Van Horn Photos and information on Colonel Robert Thompson Van Horn, or Robert Van Horn (1824-1916), a pioneer journalist, mayor, national representative, and Union Civil War officer of Kansas City, and native...

95. Colonel Robert Van Horn Colonel Robert Van Horn 1888 Photo and bio of Colonel Robert Thompson Van Horn, or Robert Van Horn, a national representative and former mayor of Kansas City. Born in Pennsylvania in 1824 and coming to Kansas City in 1855 as owner...

96. Colonel Robert Van Horn Obituary Colonel Robert Van Horn Obituary January 4, 1916 Obituary for Colonel Robert Van Horn, a pioneer Kansas City newspaper editor and Union military officer. Colonel Robert Thompson Van Horn, or Robert Van Horn was born on May 19, 1824 and died on January...

97. Confederate Military History Confederate Military History 1899 (1988 in second edition) Biographical sketch of John Southern, "a prominent attorney of western Missouri, residing at Independence." Born in Tennessee in 1838 and serving the Confederacy before moving to Independence, Missouri...

98. Confederate Military History Extended Edition Confederate Military History Extended Edition //1988 (1899 in first edition) Biographical sketch of John Courtney Moore, or John Moore "of Kansas City," a Confederate veteran, early Kansas City journalist, and first mayor of Denver, Colorado. Born in Tennessee in 1834 and brought...

99. Could Be Relied Upon Could Be Relied Upon January//1925 Photo and biographical article about Ford Allen, "proof-reader on the 'Kansas City Star'" since 1879, born in Illinois in 1856.

100. Cowtown Chronicles: "The Most Daring, Desperate Robbery Ever Known. .." Cowtown Chronicles: "The Most Daring, Desperate Robbery Ever Known. .." March 2000 Photo and biographical article about the James Gang (Frank and Jesse James, Bob Younger, et al.) and their daylight robbery of the First National Bank of Kansas City during the Kansas City Exposition of...