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41. The Best Historical Landmark: The Amazing Miss Louisa The Best Historical Landmark: The Amazing Miss Louisa May 1979 In-depth article about the historical significance of the home at 83rd and State Line Roads, and its resident, Louisa Johnston, the great-granddaughter of Alexander Majors, "Kansas City's first millionaire"...

42. The House That Never Gave Up The House That Never Gave Up January 2005 Article describes the historical importance of the Alexander Majors House at 83rd and State Line, as well as the crusade for its preservation on the part of Louisa Johnston, Majors' great-granddaughter....

43. The Legacy She Left Behind The Legacy She Left Behind May 1979 Article about the making of a story about the Alexander Majors residence through hearing about a realtor in the area, Louisa Johnston.

44. The Life of Prof. F. T. Kemper, A. M., the Christian Educator The Life of Prof. F. T. Kemper, A. M., the Christian Educator //1884 Description of Alexander Majors as a father of a student at the Kemper School with remarks about his "earnest Christian" character.

45. The Old Santa Fe Trail from the Missouri River The Old Santa Fe Trail from the Missouri River 1951 Includes description of Majors's wagon freighting on the Santa Fe Trail from his residence on State Line Road after the Mexican War, starting in 1848.

46. Three Partners Sacrificed Fortunes and Names to Found Pony Express Three Partners Sacrificed Fortunes and Names to Found Pony Express April/3/1940 Illustration and article about the history of the Pony Express (upon its 80th anniversary), with descriptions of the members of the Russell, Majors & Waddell Freighting Company, including Kansas Citian...

47. Uncle Ben Majors Tells of His Father, a Hardy Pioneer Who Became Kansas City's First Millionaire Uncle Ben Majors Tells of His Father, a Hardy Pioneer Who Became Kansas City's First Millionaire January/9/1927 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about Ben Majors ("Uncle Ben") and his father, Alexander Majors. Description of the life and career of 81-year-old Uncle Ben, born in Cass County, Missouri,...

48. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Mention of the "John Campbell lot" at Union Cemetery, evidently the burial place for William Gillis, Michael Dively, and Alexander Majors.

49. Wornall, Majors Museums Join Forces Wornall, Majors Museums Join Forces December 15, 2010 Beginning January 1, 2011, the John Wornall House Museum and Alexander Majors Historic House and Museum will merge to become the Wornall-Majors House Museums. It is hoped that by sharing one executive...