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201. Journal-Post Employees Journal-Post Employees circa 1930s Three men, thought to be Kansas City Journal-Post journalists, gathered around another man who is typing on a typesetting machine.

202. Journal-Post Production Room Journal-Post Production Room circa 1935 Interior view of Journal-Post production room, showing four unidentified men, three of whom are holding copies of the newspaper.

203. Journalism in Kansas City Journalism in Kansas City February//1899 Photos and bios of John Hazleton, city editor of the Kansas City Times, and Arthur Hopkins, a manager of a Kansas City newspaper (name of paper cut off from view on page). On the same page a photo of the...

204. Journalism in Kansas City Journalism in Kansas City February//1899 Photos of Frank Marshall, city editor of the Kansas City Journal, and Ralph Stout, city editor of the Kansas City Star.

205. Journalism: Black Journalism Mugged in Missouri Say Police Reluctant to Help Out Journalism: Black Journalism Mugged in Missouri Say Police Reluctant to Help Out August/19/1991 Article about the mugging of four black journalists in the Westport district of Kansas City, attending "the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) convention" and only "grudgingly offered help"...

206. Journalists Journalists File contains information about journalists, including editors.

207. K. C.: A History of Kansas City, Missouri K. C.: A History of Kansas City, Missouri //1978 Photo and descriptions of and references to William Rockhill Nelson, or William Nelson, founder and editor of the Kansas City Star newspaper, and his influences on Kansas City from about 1880 to 1915.

208. K. M. B.: Katherine Baxter K. M. B.: Katherine Baxter April/12/1924 Photo and obituary of Katherine Baxter (1879-1924), "editor of the Independent magazine of Kansas City, also "a writer and society editor of the old Kansas City World" and Saint Joseph Star newspapers,...

209. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description of the business of "Porter & Kesler, Real Estate Agents and Conveyancers, 601 Delaware Street." Description of senior member D. H. Porter, a native of Illinois coming to Kansas City in 1865...

210. Kansas City Call Kansas City Call File contains Information about Lucile Bluford (born about 1914), the editor and publisher of the Kansas City Call newpaper starting in 1955 after graduating from the University of Kansas with a degreee...

211. Kansas City Crossroads: A Powerful Voice Kansas City Crossroads: A Powerful Voice November 2001 Illustration and article about the history of the Kansas City Call, established in 1919 as the "city's weekly newspaper" and prominent voice of the black community. Description of its founder Chester Franklin,...

212. Kansas City Had Early Muckraker Kansas City Had Early Muckraker September/27/1988 Illustration and biographical article about Alfred Henry Lewis, or Alfred Lewis (1858-1914), writer of "[p]robably the best known of all columns in The Star in the first two decades of the paper's existence"...

213. Kansas City Post Kansas City Post File contains pamphlet about the Post's bankruptcy as well as a biographical article about Jack Wally, "chief photographer for the 'Kansas City Journal-Post'" from 1935 to 1940. Born about 1913 and becoming...

214. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Ada Crogman Franklin, or Ada Franklin (~1886-1983), publisher and writer for the Kansas City Call newspaper for the local African American community, and the wife of the paper's founder,...

215. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Anne Hayes (1891-1986), "[a] totally self-taught broadcaster" born in New York City as Clara Fischer. Description of her life and career, coming to Kansas City around 1920 as a broadcaster...

216. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Minna Kennedy Powell, or Minna Powell (1877-1938), "the music and art critic" for the Kansas City Star from 1915 until her death. Native of Minnesota coming to Kansas City in 1915 as a...

217. Kansas City's Most Civilized Man Kansas City's Most Civilized Man August//1988 Portrait and biographical article about James Fisher, columnist of "The Midlands" for the Kansas City Times paper starting in about 1981 "usually about country people and small town people, mostly from...

218. Kansas City's Van Horn: A Thesis in History and Government Kansas City's Van Horn: A Thesis in History and Government 1956 Thesis toward a master's degree for the University of Kansas City about Colonel Robert Thompson Van Horn, or Robert Van Horn (1824-1916), a journalist, mayor, national representative, and Union Civil War...

219. Kansas City, Its Resources and Their Development: A Souvenir of the Kansas City Times Kansas City, Its Resources and Their Development: A Souvenir of the Kansas City Times 1890 Portrait and biographical sketch of Frank Gordon Graham, or Frank Graham, "city clerk," born in Pennsylvania in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1883 and becoming a reporter for the Kansas City Times....

220. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of Frederick Griffith, a lawyer and former journalist who was born in West Virginia in 1877 and came to Kansas City in 1887 as "a newsboy, hustling papers on the streets." He worked...