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181. Science City Creator Moves to D. C. Science City Creator Moves to D. C. December/28/2000 News about the relocation to Washington, D. C. in 2000 of David Ucko, "president of the Kansas City Museum" since about 1989 and creator of Science City, "Kansas City's first major science center." Related...

182. Siegrist Engraving Company Etching Collection Finding Aid Siegrist Engraving Company Etching Collection Finding Aid 1936-1966 The Siegrist Engraving Company, located at 924 Oak, was founded in 1902 by Mr. Henry S. Siegrist. The collection has 35 etchings of notable Kansas City historical landmarks, including buildings, residences,...

183. Sign Positive: Take it Down Sign Positive: Take it Down October 25, 2006 In the "Publisher's Perspective" column, Michael Bushnell discusses the new sign that was recently put up over the entrance to Corinthian Hall. He considers the sign "just plain ugly, garish, historically...

184. Six Historic Homes on June 4 Tour Six Historic Homes on June 4 Tour June//1978 Article about a tour of six residences "within walking distance of the Kansas City Museum. ..3218 Gladstone Boulevard," in the Northeast district.

185. Smithsonian Link Benefits K. C. Museum Smithsonian Link Benefits K. C. Museum February 5, 2003 Union Station officials have announced the affiliation now with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Union Station Kansas City, Inc. now has privileges to borrow from the Smithsonian collection...

186. Soprano Star From the 19th Century Soprano Star From the 19th Century September 13, 2006 Description of an exhibit at the Kansas City Museum entitled "Alice Nielson [Nielsen]: Heartland Diva" which opens September 17, 2006 with a live opera recital. Nielsen was an international opera star...

187. Station Hires Textile Artist to Watch Over KC Museum Station Hires Textile Artist to Watch Over KC Museum January 18, 2006 Union Station officials have selected a new site director for Corinthian Hall at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. His is local textile artist Christopher Leitch. He has been an adjunct faculty member at Maple...

188. Steering the Museum Away From Ruin Steering the Museum Away From Ruin December 10, 2003 Needed renovation and upkeep for the Kansas City Museum has been absent for several years. Progress is being made toward establishing a new museum steering committee. Article reports on a meeting held...

189. Task Force Says Tax Task Force Says Tax May 11, 2005 The Union Station task force report which came out in May hints at moving some Kansas City Museum exhibits to Union Station and moving toward a history focus. A musuem director for Union Station would...

190. Telling the Stories of History: Corinthian Hall's Face-Lift is Just the Beginning of Its New Life Telling the Stories of History: Corinthian Hall's Face-Lift is Just the Beginning of Its New Life September 14, 2005 The author of the articles in this series, Jay Smith, is the site director of The Kansas City Museum, coming in January 2005. The column is titled "On History's Doorstep". He states that the restoration...

191. The History of Corinthian Hall The History of Corinthian Hall September 1987 History of the residence of R. A. Long, built in 1909-1910, also called "Corinthian Hall," and later used as the home of the Kansas City Museum.

192. The Kansas City Museum The Kansas City Museum 1950 Description of the museum "housing interesting exhibits of natural history and regional history," first opened in 1940, accompanied by a planetarium.

193. The Museum Comes into Its Own The Museum Comes into Its Own September//1950 Photos, illustrations, and article about the Kansas City Museum, "converting [to science and] away from a role of being merely a depository for relics of the past"

194. The Museum Has Left the Building?/! Board Pulls Plug on History Facility The Museum Has Left the Building?/! Board Pulls Plug on History Facility February 6, 2002 Union Station Kansas City, Inc. released plans for what will become of Corinthian Hall. Plans call for a state of the art conference center on the second and third floors and for the first floor to be...

195. The New Guy in KC's Past The New Guy in KC's Past March 22, 2006 Feature article about Christopher Leitch, the new director of the Kansas City Museum.

196. The Sword of de Vaca Is Found (Again) The Sword of de Vaca Is Found (Again) September//1969 News of the rediscovery of the sword of Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca, reputedly lost on the site of Downtown Kansas City in 1535, recently "located in the recesses of the storage area of the Kansas...

197. Then and Now: The Fairy Princess Then and Now: The Fairy Princess December 1, 2010 Historical overview of Kansas City's Fairy Princess tradition,which began in 1935 at Kline's Department Store. For a 25-cent fee, children could enjoy an in-store visit with the Fairy Princess. The annual...

198. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 History of the R. A. Long residence at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, later the Kansas City Museum.

199. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Description of the architecture of the museum, originally the residence of R. A. Long, and the career of its architect, E. M. Price.

200. They Had a Dream They Had a Dream March/6/2002 This article gives the history of the Kansas City Museum. According to the article it was Olive Hoggins, who in 1939, became the first woman with the idea of turning the R. A. Long mansion into a museum....