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1. Ann Sure-as-Heck Can Ann Sure-as-Heck Can January//1980 Photos and biographical article about Anne Peterson, 24-year old (in 1980) KCMO-TV Channel 9 news anchorperson since about 1979. Born in Wisconsin as Anne Brunk to two Swedish immigrants and having a nearly...

2. Anne Hayes Anne Hayes circa 1945-50 Portrait of Anne Hayes, newspaper journalist, local radio and television broadcaster and President of the Greater Kansas City Radio Council.

3. Auditorium Plaza Garage Auditorium Plaza Garage December 4, 1955 View of audience and television camera from speakers' stand during opening and dedication program.

4. Auditorium Plaza Garage Auditorium Plaza Garage December 4, 1955 Unidentified police officer pretends to write up a ticket to an unidentified gentlemen posed in a Reo.

5. Biography of Frank Wiziarde (1916-1987), Whizzo the Clown, Television Personality Biography of Frank Wiziarde (1916-1987), Whizzo the Clown, Television Personality 1999

6. Biography of Wendall Anschutz (193-2010), Television Anchor Biography of Wendall Anschutz (193-2010), Television Anchor 2010

7. Chuck Davis Chuck Davis February 15, 2006 Obituary for Chuck Davis, longtime local radio and television broadcaster, who died on February 11, 2006. He was born August 8, 1921, grew up in Kansas City graduating from Central High School. He joined...

8. Guadalupe Center Collection Finding Aid Guadalupe Center Collection Finding Aid 1925-1974 (bulk 1941-1965) The Guadalupe Center, a Hispanic community center on the city's West Side, was founded by the Agnes Ward Amberg Club, a Catholic women's organization, in 1925. The collection includes four scrapbooks which...

9. Harold Mack in KCMO-TV Newsroom Harold Mack in KCMO-TV Newsroom August 3, 1954 Broadcaster Harold Mack standing in the KCMO-TV newsroom covering returns of the August 3, 1954 primary elections. A caption of this photo printed in The Signal (a KCMO publication) of September, 1954,...

10. Harry Truman Harry Truman n.d. Sheet has three contact prints of President Truman and comedian Jack Benny taken at the Music Hall, in the 1950s. It also includes one print of Truman at UMKC. James Monroe of KCMO-TV is holding microphone...

11. James A. Hazlett Papers Finding Aid James A. Hazlett Papers Finding Aid 1929-1997 (bulk 1960-1990) James A. Hazlett was born in Kansas City on May 26, 1917, and died in the same city on September 14, 1997. He was employed by the Kansas City Missouri School District for many years as a teacher, principal,...

12. James Monroe James Monroe N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of James Monroe, broadcaster associated with KCMO-TV.

13. Joe Hartenbower Joe Hartenbower N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of Joe Hartenbower, associated with station KCMO.

14. Kansas City Public Television Station Kansas City Public Television Station 1989 Full view of KCPT television tower (formerly KCMO-TV's), looking east along 31st from Grand. Tower located at 125 E. 31st.

15. 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...

16. Karen Foss: Late Starter Catching Up Karen Foss: Late Starter Catching Up August//1980 Interview and photos of Karen Foss, a former television anchorwoman for KCMO-TV until moving to Saint Louis in 1979, with discussion about her career and characteristics of Kansas City and comparisons...

17. KCMO Tower KCMO Tower ca 1956 The SCBA salutes KCMO Broadcasting and the World's Tallest Self-Supporting Tower. Located on 31st St., the Tower is twice as high as the Washington Monument. . .the tower and antenna weigh 1,200,000 pounds....

18. KCMO-TV Studio KCMO-TV Studio 1960 Interior view of KCMO-TV studio during a broadcast or taping.

19. KCMO-TV Tower KCMO-TV Tower According to the local history index card, the KCMO-TV Tower at 125 East 31st Street (owned by KCPT-TV, Channel 19, as of the mid-1970s) is 1,042 feet tall.

20. Louis "Dutch" Meyers Louis "Dutch" Meyers September 9, 2009 Obituary for Louis Meyers (Dutch) who passed away September 4, 2009. Meyers worked for KMBC TV and KCMO Channel 5 (later KCTV) and in the 1960s and '70s was president, director, and actor for the Barn...