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41. Deaf Deaf Information (mainly flyers or brochures) on deaf people in Kansas City, including the Kansas City League for the Hard of Hearing at 8 East 9th Street and the Kansas City Society for the Hard of Hearing...

42. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biographical information about Burris Atkins Jenkins (1869-1945), a prominent Protestant preacher at the Linwood Boulevard Christian Church and religious author.

43. Dr. Bernhard Lindberg Dr. Bernhard Lindberg 1908 Biographical sketch of Dr. Bernhard Waldemar Lindberg, an osteopathic physician and "a contributor to medical, osteopathic and theosophic journals." Description of his life and career, born in Sweden in...

44. Earl's Hamburgers Building Earl's Hamburgers Building 1989 Full side view; located on Linwood Boulevard between Warwick and Gillham.

45. Early Kansas City Architects: Early Kansas City Architects: February//1978 Photos and biographical article about the father and daughter architectural team of Dr. James Stewart (1852-1920) and his daughter Carrie Stewart. Description of James as a native of Indiana coming to...

46. Faxon School Faxon School N.d. Corner view at Linwood Boulevard of the school. Photograph measures 3 1/2" x 5".

47. Finding Common Ground Finding Common Ground March 2001 Illustration and article about the communication and cooperation among institutions "of disparate religions" of Kansas City, including Christian, Jewish, Islamic or Muslim, and Hindu temples and churches....

48. Focus on Ivanhoe Masonic Temple Focus on Ivanhoe Masonic Temple May-June//1985 Article about the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple, constructed around 1921 in Neo-Classical Revival style at 2301 East Linwood Boulevard.

49. Getting the Most Out of Life Getting the Most Out of Life Fall/Winter//2000 This article is actually Chapter 6 of the book Evangelism's First Modern Media Star: The Life of Reverend Bill Stidger by his grandson. This chapter details the time period of the mid 1920s when Stidger...

50. Gillham Road Gillham Road Postcard of Gillham Road, looking south from Linwood Boulevard

51. Heartland Presbytery to Renovate Linwood Presbyterian Heartland Presbytery to Renovate Linwood Presbyterian Fall 1998 Heartland Presbytery will buy the Linwood Presbyterian Church building at Linwood Boulevard and Michigan Avenue. The building has stood vacant since its congregation moved out to join the Lindood United...

52. Herbert Dyer Herbert Dyer 1925 Photo and bio of Herbert Dyer, founder and president of the National Hay Company. He was born in Slater, Missouri, in 1884, started "his career as office boy with the Fowler Packing Company, in 1902,"...

53. Homes on Linwood and Campbell Streets Homes on Linwood and Campbell Streets 1900 Photo of "modern homes located at Linwood and Campbell Streets...built by the King Realty Company, 12 East Ninth Street."

54. Honor School Official for 31 Years of Service Honor School Official for 31 Years of Service June/8/1960 Photo, caption, and biographical article about Barbara Henderson, retiring "director of elementary education for Kansas City public schools," honored "at a tea at the R. J. Delano school, 3708 Linwood...

55. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of Troost Avenue, looking north from Linwood Boulevard.

56. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photos of the Arthur King, or A. J. King, residence at 1705 Linwood Boulevard and the "residence of Mr. Kearney, bet[ween] 7th and 8th [Streets] on Main [Street], 1869."

57. In His Father's Footsteps In His Father's Footsteps January 23, 2008 Wallace S. Hartsfield II is taking over the pulpit from his father, Wallace S. Harsfield who is retiring as minister of the Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church located at 2310 E. Linwood Boulevard in...

58. Isis Theater Isis Theater September 3, 1927 Kansas City officials posed next to sightseeing bus before Isis Theater after attending luncheon celebrating the widening of Linwood Boulevard. Theater located on southwest corner of 31st and Troost.

59. It Happened in Kansas City It Happened in Kansas City September/9/1951 Short article about the "richest man ever to live in Kansas City," Lamon Harkness, or L. V. Harkness, residing in a brownstone mansion on Linwood Boulevard east of Troost Avenue. Upon his death in 1915...

60. Ivanhoe Masonic Temple Ivanhoe Masonic Temple n.d. Full frontal and partial side view of the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple, 2301 East Linwood Boulevard.