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61. Good Roads Association of Greater Kansas City Map Good Roads Association of Greater Kansas City Map 1919 Side one shows a Kansas City regional map that includes 30 counties in Missouri and 20 counties in Kansas. Map on reverse shows the greater Kansas City area. Both highlight existing paved roads and those...

62. Grand Theater Grand Theater September 26, 2026 The Midland Theater at 7th and Walnut Streets opened on September 1, 1889, and was razed in 1890 for the building of the Grand Opera House, which opened on October 3, 1891, built by A. Judah and Melville...

63. Grand Theater Grand Theater November 24, 1907 The [Grand Opera] House was built on the site of the old Midland Theater, which was formerly the old Panorama house in which the famous spectacle, "Battle of Gettysburg" was portrayed and at that time...

64. Gregg Family Gregg Family August/3/1907 File containing an article tracing the history of the Gregg family of Jackson County, Missouri, featuring Samuel Gregg, Josiah Gregg, and Jacob Gregg. Description of Jacob as a Virginia native arriving...

65. Harrison Family Genealogy Harrison Family Genealogy Article (July 31, 1927) about the genealogy of the Harrison family of Kansas Citian Mrs. J. Walker Farrar and her brother, a Kansas City realtor William Henry Harrison, named after their president ancestor....

66. Helping Hand Institute Helping Hand Institute December/4/1930 Small article about the services provided by the institution including free meals and lodging.

67. Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid 1926-1929 This collection is composed of 69 black and white photographs of varying sizes and nine sketches and features business buildings compiled in scrapbook form by Henry D. Green in 1926-1928. Most of the pictures...

68. Honor Kansas City Explorer after Half a Century: Dr. Edwin R. Heath, 3343 Forest Avenue, Who Discovered Honor Kansas City Explorer after Half a Century: Dr. Edwin R. Heath, 3343 Forest Avenue, Who Discovered South American River in 1880, Given Unique Distinction May/18/1924 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about Dr. Edwin Heath, a Kansas City physician and explorer and mapper of a previously undiscovered South American River called the Beni in 1880, with the...

69. Hotel Registers of Old Coates House Contain Names of Many Notables Hotel Registers of Old Coates House Contain Names of Many Notables June/27/1926 Article about the historic names on the register of the Coates House hotel, with a description of the visit by President Grover Cleveland and his wife Frances F. Cleveland in 1887.

70. Improvement of Cherry Street to Provide New Artery Improvement of Cherry Street to Provide New Artery September/2/1929 Photo and caption about the "important new traffic artery" of a section of Cherry Street making traffic on the McGee Street Trafficway more relieved between 22nd Street and 30th Street and affecting motorists...

71. Jackson County Courthouse Profile Jackson County Courthouse Profile 1999

72. John McKecknie John McKecknie November/2/1929 Article about the architecture in Westport designed by architect John McKecknie.

73. John Smither John Smither File contains a photo and article about the poets of Kansas City including John Milton Smither, or John Smither, 83-year-old "dean of Kansas City poets" and a poetry teacher "at the Nelson Gallery." Former...

74. 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.

75. Journal-Post Old Car Run Journal-Post Old Car Run circa 1930s Man and woman sitting in an early-model automobile and dressed in early twentieth-century clothes. The man appears to be wearing a fake mustache. A sign on the cars reads "Journal-Post Old Car Run 83."...

76. Journal-Post Old Car Run Journal-Post Old Car Run circa 1930s Street view of a woman and costumed man sitting in a 1904 REO automobile. The entry card on the vehicle reads, "Journal-Post Old Car Run #23." Several spectators and participants are visible in the background....

77. 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.

78. Juniper Community of Kansas City, Kansas Juniper Community of Kansas City, Kansas February 20, 1927 Article about the Juniper community of black people in Kansas City, Kansas, just two blocks away from the Intercity Viaduct. Description of their refugee migration, 1,000 in number, from Tennessee in 1879,...

79. K. C. Churches in 1890 K. C. Churches in 1890 February/8/1925 Mention of the use of the church at 1019 Grand Avenue in 1890 as a blacksmith shop with a steeple.

80. K. C. Churches in 1890 K. C. Churches in 1890 February 8, 1925 Mention of the use of the Central Presbyterian Church at 8th and Grand Avenue as a dancing academy in 1890.