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1. 1951 Flood Damaged Area 1951 Flood Damaged Area 1951 View of Kansas City stockyards and railroad lines showing damage from the 1951 flood.

2. 1951 Flood, Stockyards, Kansas City 1951 Flood, Stockyards, Kansas City 1951 Flooded cattle pens at the Kansas City stockyards during the 1951 flood.

3. 1951 Flooded Areas 1951 Flooded Areas 1951 Aerial view of railroad yards, Kansas City stockyards, and West Bottoms buildings in the aftermath of the 1951 flood.

4. A Bit of the Real Cowtown A Bit of the Real Cowtown April 30, 2014 Article spotlights a large of collection of documents, blueprints, and other materials pertaining to the old Kansas City Stockyards that is currently being processed by the Missouri Valley Special Collections...

5. Aerial View of Kansas City Aerial View of Kansas City 1955 Looking north along Kansas River, showing where it joins with Missouri River. Also shows Kansas City Stockyards.

6. Aerial View of Kansas City Aerial View of Kansas City 1945 West Bottoms, looking south. Shows 12th Street Viaduct and Kansas City Stockyards.

7. Aged to Perfection Aged to Perfection February 2008 Brief article about the history of Hereford House steakhouse which opened in October 1957 at 20th and Main streets. Its first location, selected by the original owners, Jack Webb and Joe Marlo, was adjacent...

8. Biography of Charles F. Morse (1839-1926), Businessman and Civic Leader Biography of Charles F. Morse (1839-1926), Businessman and Civic Leader 1999

9. Biography of George H. Nettleton (1831-1896), Railroad Baron Biography of George H. Nettleton (1831-1896), Railroad Baron 2008

10. Biography of Jay B. Dillingham (1910-2007), Businessman Biography of Jay B. Dillingham (1910-2007), Businessman 2009;

11. Biography of Samuel Sosland (1886-1983), Publisher Biography of Samuel Sosland (1886-1983), Publisher 2009

12. Booster of KC Region is Dead Booster of KC Region is Dead August 15, 2007 Jay Dillingham, local civic leader and former president of the Kansas City Stockyards (1948-1975), died at the age of 97 on August 13, 2007. Dillingham was born March 8, 1910, in Platte City, Missouri....

13. Building in West Bottoms Building in West Bottoms n.d. View of unidentified building with smokestack in West Bottoms near Kansas City Stockyards.

14. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketch of J. M. Biddle, since 1920 engaged in the insurance business, starting work "in the cattle dept. of Armour & Co., meat packers," later owning his own cattle business, then a partner...

15. Drumm Institute: A Helping Hand with a Closed Palm Drumm Institute: A Helping Hand with a Closed Palm Second Quarter//1953 Illustrations and article about the Andrew Drumm Institute, a school and work farm for orphaned boys (but not delinquents) "southeast of Independence, Missouri," "founded by the late Andrew Drumm, a livestock...

16. Funds Impounded in Kansas City Stockyards Case Awarded to Commission Men--Appeal Planned Funds Impounded in Kansas City Stockyards Case Awarded to Commission Men--Appeal Planned May/4/1940 Announcement of a legal decision "by the Federal Court in Kansas City," awarding $500,000 to "the commission men of the Kansas City Stockyards."

17. Haymaking Haymaking Postcard depicting Haymaking along the country roads

18. Henry Burke, U.S. Agriculture Department Henry Burke, U.S. Agriculture Department Postcard of Henry Burke of the U.S. Agriculture Department

19. Hereford House at 50 Hereford House at 50 December 2007 Short article about the history of the Hereford House steakhouse that Jack C. Webb and Joe Marlo opened in 1957 adjacent to the Kansas City stockyards.

20. Horses and Mules: Extent of the Trade at Kansas City--John S. Tough's Views on the Subject Horses and Mules: Extent of the Trade at Kansas City--John S. Tough's Views on the Subject December 1895 Status of the horse and mule market and its buyers across the country including local dealers W. S. Tough and his son John Tough (the author) of the Kansas City Stockyards.