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61. SC1-3 Fred Edmiston Papers Finding Aid SC1-3 Fred Edmiston Papers Finding Aid ca. 1920-2003 Collection of material contained in five boxes that relates to the publication of "The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks: The Band That Made Radio Famous," authored by Fred Edmiston. This book recounts the Nighthawks...

62. SC1-4 Clyde Hahn Collection Finding Aid SC1-4 Clyde Hahn Collection Finding Aid ca. 1920-1980 Collection contains seven scrapbooks and other items compiled by Clyde Hahn, co-founder of the Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawks Club. Within the collection can be found photographs, correspondence, newspaper...

63. SC66-2 Edith Lowe Peters Scrapbooks Finding Aid SC66-2 Edith Lowe Peters Scrapbooks Finding Aid 1900-1970 Edith Lowe Peters appears to have been a long-time Kansas City resident, born in 1882 in Rock Port, Mo. Her father, Frank Lowe, was a local Kansas City figure known in law, church, and political circles....

64. SC70 Youth Symphony of Kansas City Records Finding Aid SC70 Youth Symphony of Kansas City Records Finding Aid 1958-1970 The Youth Symphony of Kansas City was organized in April 1958, as an independent civic enterprise. The prospective members had to be recommended by their school music director or private music teacher....

65. 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...

66. Standing Up for the Flint Hills: Filmmakers Document Endangered Tallgrass Prairie Standing Up for the Flint Hills: Filmmakers Document Endangered Tallgrass Prairie April/17/2001 Photos, map, and article about the film by "Kansas City filmmakers Aimee Larrabee and John Altman" (cousin of fellow Kansas City filmmaker Robert Altman) called "Last Stand of the Tallgrass Prairie" for...

67. Star Gazing in Nodaway County, Mo.: Alma Nash, Musician-Director Star Gazing in Nodaway County, Mo.: Alma Nash, Musician-Director 1997 This 36 page photocopied typewritten resource contains photocopies of newspaper articles, photographs, and miscellaneous material as well as short vignettes all concerning Alma Nash, musician, teacher,...

68. Sustainability Summit: A Kansas City Jazz Roundtable Sustainability Summit: A Kansas City Jazz Roundtable February/March 2014 A roundtable of local musicians discuss the state of jazz in Kansas City and sustainability for the future - specifically the ability of musicians to make a living, as well as keeping audiences interested...

69. The Last Season For DiPardo The Last Season For DiPardo December 9, 2008 Because of remodeling changes coming to Arrowhead Stadium, the TD Pack Band, originated by Tony DiPardo in 1963, will no longer be playing at Kansas City Chiefs home games. Their last appearance will be...

70. Tinoco is One of a Kind Tinoco is One of a Kind September 29-October 12, 2005 Article profiles musician David Tinoco. As well as lead singer and leader of Las Estrellas band, Tinoco owns an automobile finishing business, Single Source Inc., and is part owner of T&G Entertainment...

71. Tone Death Tone Death July 28-August 3, 2005 Article profiles Kansas City rapper Fat Tone (Anthony Watkins), and reports the circumstances of his death on May 23, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

72. Tony DiPardo: Kansas City's 'Mr. Music' Tony DiPardo: Kansas City's 'Mr. Music' Story of 92-year-old Tony DiPardo who has just created the Tony DiPardo Instrumental Music Foundation and Scholarship Fund.

73. Travel: A Musical Rivalry along the Mississippi Travel: A Musical Rivalry along the Mississippi June-July//1995 Photos and article about the black jazz history of Kansas City as compared to other nationally important areas in its development such as New Orleans, Memphis, and Saint Louis. Description of important...

74. Tree Dedicated to Lester ''Wizard'' King Tree Dedicated to Lester ''Wizard'' King May 1, 2006 Brief article describes the planting of a tree as a memorial to Kansas City bluesman Lester "Wizard" King. The oak tree was planted just north of the Charlie Parker statue in the plaza area behind the...

75. Widow of Slain Musician Vows not to Contest Parole of Husband's Killer Widow of Slain Musician Vows not to Contest Parole of Husband's Killer June 22-28, 2007 On June 1, 2007, Raymond Bledsoe, convicted of the 1980 murder of Kansas City jazz musician Steve Harvey, became eligible for parole from a Colorado federal penitentiary. Bledsoe was orginally acquitted...

76. World-Class Musician World-Class Musician April 17, 2005 Profile of Grandview native Anthony Cooperwood, who plays piano and guitar with Cirque du Soleil.