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1. 12th Street Poised for Big Things 12th Street Poised for Big Things March 2, 2006 Article about Ollie Gates' plans to revitalize the area around 12th and the Paseo. His vision includes restoring William T. Fitzgerald Memorial Fountain, erect a memorial to African American soliders and...

2. A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri August 1921 Illustrations and descriptions of the award-winning designs for the memorial located at Penn Valley Park.

3. A Native Son Returns: Charles S. Thomas' Birthplace Marked A Native Son Returns: Charles S. Thomas' Birthplace Marked Fall//1980 Photos and biographical article about Charles Thomas, former Secretary of the Navy from 1954 to 1957, and the marker on his birthplace home in Independence, Missouri (born there in 1897).

4. A Place to Honor and Remember A Place to Honor and Remember April 21, 2006 A Korean War Veterans Memorial is to be located on the southwest corner of 119th Street and Lowell Avenue in Overland Park. The groundbreaking ceremonies will be Saturday, April 22, 2006 with U.S. Congressman...

5. Address for the Battle of Lone Jack Marker Dedication, August 12, 1961 Address for the Battle of Lone Jack Marker Dedication, August 12, 1961 October//1961 Speech given on behalf of the Jackson County Historical Society by Howard N. Monnett, dedicating the memorial marker of the Battle of Lone Jack.

6. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial Full frontal view; located in Swope Park, east of park entrance.

7. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial June 13, 1932 Full frontal view.

8. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial Full frontal view.

9. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial 1989 Full frontal and side view.

10. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial 1934-07-01 View of Alfred Benjamin Memorial in Swope Park.

11. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial 1934 Description of the memorial to the vice-president of Abernathy Furniture Company and philanthropist.

12. Alfred Benjamin Memorial Alfred Benjamin Memorial n.d. Unidentified child standing before the Alfred Benjamin Memorial in Swope Park.

13. All in the Family: Little Did Rev. Scarritt Know When He Started All This All in the Family: Little Did Rev. Scarritt Know When He Started All This August//1976 Photos and captions about the 1976 gathering of the Scarritt family "at Scarritt's Point out Northeast recently to celebrate the 155th birthday of the Rev. Nathan Scarritt," dedicating a "historical marker"...

14. American Legion Memorial American Legion Memorial n.d. Full frontal view of American Legion Memorial located in Swope Park.

15. American Legion Memorial American Legion Memorial View of the American Legion Memorial located near the Meyer Boulevard entrance to Swope Park.

16. August Meyer August Meyer 1934 Biography of August Meyer, as a sculptor and organizer of the Park and Boulevard System, and description of the memorial.

17. August Meyer Memorial August Meyer Memorial 1989 Full frontal and side view; located at 10th Street and the Paseo.

18. August Meyer Memorial August Meyer Memorial Full frontal view.

19. August Meyer Memorial August Meyer Memorial Full frontal view.

20. August Meyer Memorial August Meyer Memorial n.d. Street level view of the August Meyer Memorial located at 10th and the Paseo. Identified as “Meyer Monument†in scrapbook.