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1. A Citation for Mrs. Snyder: French Government Acknowledges Aid Given to Children A Citation for Mrs. Snyder: French Government Acknowledges Aid Given to Children Spring//1966 Photo and biographical articles (including a reprint of a Kansas City Times article from December 25, 1920) about Mrs. Lillian Ethel Snyder, or Lillian Snyder (pictured as the wife of LeRoy Snyder), "cited...

2. A Panoramic View of the "Lost Townships," Part II A Panoramic View of the "Lost Townships," Part II December 1965 Description of the "Palestine Cemetery, located on the east side of Santa Fe Trail north of 94th Street," in the former township of Holmes Park, on the site of the burned-down church built in 1881.

3. A Panoramic View of the "Lost" Townships A Panoramic View of the "Lost" Townships July 1965 Article about the early roads and railroads of Jackson County settlements in and around Kansas City, including the Missouri Pacific Railroad and Wornall Road. "The first [Missouri Pacific] train from St....

4. Alexander Procter, the Sage of Independence Alexander Procter, the Sage of Independence July 1965 Photos and biographical article about Reverend Alexander Procter (1825-1900), a country preacher in the Midwest starting in 1845 and becoming well-known in Independence. Born in Kentucky and moving with...

5. Archaeology Team Holds "Dig" at Wornall Home Archaeology Team Holds "Dig" at Wornall Home July 1965 Report on the archaeological investigation by University of Missouri students on the Wornall house "for evidence of original features and artifacts."

6. At the Archives At the Archives March 1965 News of the acquisition of the Samuel Letters collection from Barry, Missouri, by the Jackson County Historical Society.

7. Bingham Grave Should Stay in Kansas City Bingham Grave Should Stay in Kansas City July//1963 Short essay opposing the proposal to relocate the grave of George Caleb Bingham from Union Cemetery in Kansas City to Arrow Rock, Missouri.

8. Black Jack Oak Is Planted at Lone Jack Black Jack Oak Is Planted at Lone Jack March 1964 Story of the planting of a black jack tree at the entrance to the Lone Jack Museum, replacing the first black jack tree there for which the town of Lone Jack was named.

9. Carr N. Eubank Will Head Fund Drive Carr N. Eubank Will Head Fund Drive July 1965 The Wornall Home will fill a void in the city, as this is the first residential restoration. This is an opportunity to make a significant contribution to our cultural and educational historical heritage....

10. Charles S. Stevenson Papers Finding Aid Charles S. Stevenson Papers Finding Aid 1975-1976 Charles S. Stevenson was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1895, but grew up in Olathe, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. He worked at Hallmark Cards from the end of World War I until 1960. After retirement...

11. Early History of Blue Springs Early History of Blue Springs July 1964 Article detailing the early history of Blue Springs, Missouri, including the Santa Fe Trail trade and the "first reference" to the town in M. M. Marmaduke's 1824 travel journal.

12. From the Archives From the Archives March 1964 One paragraph about the acquisition of the Schorer collection for the Jackson County Historical Society archives.

13. From the Archives From the Archives March 1964 One paragraph about the presentation of an archive collection of the Holland family to the Jackson County Historical Society by Mrs. Lou Holland.

14. From the Archives From the Archives November 1964 Description of "[a]n old account ledger dated 1861-1864" of "Thomas Green, who rode horseback from St. Louis to Kansas City in 1858," describing the operations of his grocery business, T. Green Grocer...

15. From the Archives From the Archives March 1964 One paragraph about the collection of photographs from the Swoford family showing "a street corner and some buildings, horses and street car tracks, and on the side of one building. ..printed P[alace]...

16. From the Archives From the Archives Spring//1966 One paragraph about the Hickman Mills Community Christian Church, founded in 1845, celebrating its "120th anniversary."

17. General Hughes Marker Is Dedicated General Hughes Marker Is Dedicated November//1963 Announcement of the dedication of a historic marker at "the grave of General John T. Hughes, in Woodlawn cemetery," commemorating his death 101 years before in the Battle of Springfield as a Confederate...

18. General John W. Reid--The Forgotten Hero General John W. Reid--The Forgotten Hero July 1964 First of a two-part series of biographical articles about Colonel John Reid (1820-1881), with illustration and description of his early life and career as a native of Virginia moving "to Missouri in 1841,...

19. Henry Clay Brooking Henry Clay Brooking July 1964 Portrait and biographical sketch of Henry Clay Brooking, or Henry Brooking (1832-1901), a miner in the 1849 California Gold Rush and member of the Confederate army in the Civil War, also with a description...

20. Historic Preservation Award for Independence Home Historic Preservation Award for Independence Home December 1965 Mention of Courtney Campbell as purchaser of the residence at 305 South Pleasant Street in Independence in 1866. House built in Missouri River Gothic architectural style in 1850 by John Overfelt, and under...