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1. 'Old Clay Is Some Punkins' (A History of Clay County) 'Old Clay Is Some Punkins' (A History of Clay County) January/6/1972 Short description of Washington Dale, referred to as the oldest Missourian at 109 years old, living in Clay County in 1821 and in Kansas City during the Civil War emancipation.

2. Darius Gittings Darius Gittings July-August-September 2009 Under the column "100 Years Ago, Extracts from the Liberty Tribune, August 27, 1909," is a reprint of the obituary for Darius Gittings, a former Clay County, Missouri, sherriff during the Civil War.

3. Deaths: Mrs. Ozelle M. Graves Deaths: Mrs. Ozelle M. Graves May/3/1974 Obituary for "Mrs. Ozelle Miller Graves [or Ozelle Graves], 83, of 630 W. 61st, widow of Ludwick Graves, general counsel for the Kansas City Power & Light Co." and president of the Board of Education....

4. Early Days in Missouri Early Days in Missouri 1924 Booklet of reprinted letters and articles from the Liberty Tribune from the 1880s about the Indian battles and other experiences of Judge Joseph Thorp starting in 1810 along the Missouri River and in Clay...

5. Early Days in the West: Along the Missouri One Hundred Years Ago Early Days in the West: Along the Missouri One Hundred Years Ago April 7, 1905 Reprint from the Liberty Tribune with biographical sketches of the author's father, Elder William Thorp (1772-1853), a pioneer Baptist missionary of the Kansas City area. Native of Virginia moving to Saint...

6. Excelsior Springs, James Farm Excelsior Springs, James Farm Postcard of James Farm at Excelsior Springs, MO

7. For Sale: House Built in 1880s, History Included For Sale: House Built in 1880s, History Included June 7, 2007 Belle Maison, one of the first Clay County homes placed on the National Register, is now up for sale. It is located at 404 S. Leonard Street in Liberty, Missouri and believed to have been built in the...

8. Historical Notes and Comments: Liberty Tribune Receives Award of Merit Historical Notes and Comments: Liberty Tribune Receives Award of Merit July//1952 Description of the "annual dinner meeting of the Clay County Missouri Historical Society held in the Presbyterian Church in Liberty," honoring "the Liberty 'Advance' and 'Tribune' [with] an Award of Merit."...

9. Kansas before 1854: A Revised Annals Kansas before 1854: A Revised Annals Summer//1965 Quotes from old newspapers about the growth of the town of Kansas, including the Liberty Tribune and the Saint Louis Daily Union.

10. KCI Airport KCI Airport January/25/1968 Article about the upcoming Kansas City International Airport.

11. Liberty (Mo.) Tribune Papers Finding Aid Liberty (Mo.) Tribune Papers Finding Aid 1800-1880s, bulk 1830s-1860s This collection contains items crica 1832–1880s submitted to the Liberty (Mo.) Tribune for publication in the newspaper. They cover a variety of topics. Of particular interest are letters written from...

12. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Arthur Preston (1866-1931), "one of Missouri's best known newspaper men." Native of Illinois heading various papers in Missouri including the Liberty Tribune and the Liberty Advance...

13. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of W. H. King, "a well known and successful journalist of Liberty," Missouri, born in Grundy County, Missouri, in 1902 and becoming a writer for the Liberty Tribune and "also correspondent...

14. Mrs. Ida Dye Is Dead: Daughter of Clay County Settler Was 96 Mrs. Ida Dye Is Dead: Daughter of Clay County Settler Was 96 November/10/1969 Obituary article about Mrs. Ida Dye (~1873-1969), "daughter of Robert H. Miller, early Clay County settler and founder of the Liberty Tribune" and wife of Alexander Dye, a diplomat for the federal government....

15. Mrs. P. Caspar Harvey Mrs. P. Caspar Harvey September/5/1974 Obituary for Mrs. P. Caspar Harvey, a poet and former social editor of the Liberty Tribune newspaper, dying at the age of 79.

16. Northland Scoop Northland Scoop September//1990 Photo and biographical article about Harold Townsend, Jr. and his "publishing empire" in North Kansas City, Missouri started in the 1960s with purchases of the Liberty Tribune in 1967 and the Wednesday...

17. Recollections and Reconstruction in Clay County, Missouri, 1870 Recollections and Reconstruction in Clay County, Missouri, 1870 Summer-Autumn, 2002 Analysis of the interpretation of Clay County, Missouri history found in a series of autobiographical stories written by Robert Hugh Miller, published in the Liberty Tribune in 1870.

18. Routt House in Jeopardy Routt House in Jeopardy May 14, 2003 When a tornado cut a path through Liberty, Missouri, on May 4, 2003, it badly damaged one of the older homes in town. The house built just behind William Jewell College by Henry Routt in the 1850s may...

19. The Beginning of the West: Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West, 1540-1854 The Beginning of the West: Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West, 1540-1854 1972 Excerpt from the Liberty Tribune newspaper from November 1847 describing Kansas City's growth as a western migration center by trails and river.

20. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of Robert Hugh Miller, or Robert Miller, proprietor and co-founder of the Liberty Tribune newspaper in Liberty, Missouri. Born in Virginia in 1826 and moving to Missouri about 1848...