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1. Bennett D. Levy Bennett D. Levy October 20, 2005 Obituary for Bennett D. "Bud" Levy who died October 19, 2005, at Menorah Medical Center. He was born January 30, 1922 in Chicago Heights, Illinois. He moved to Kansas City in 1945 and was co-founder of...

2. Biography of Arthur Mag (1896-1981), Lawyer Biography of Arthur Mag (1896-1981), Lawyer 2008

3. Biography of Louis Oppenstein (1875-1938), Jeweler Biography of Louis Oppenstein (1875-1938), Jeweler 1999

4. Biography of Samuel Sosland (1886-1983), Publisher Biography of Samuel Sosland (1886-1983), Publisher 2009

5. Davis Busy as He Relaxes Davis Busy as He Relaxes May 21, 1964 News article about Sammy Davis, Jr., the famous entertainer, appearing in Kansas City for a show for Menorah Medical Center at the Hotel Muehlebach.

6. Donald C. Gerhardt Dies Donald C. Gerhardt Dies December 30, 2008 Obituary for Donald C. Gerhardt who died December 26, 2008, at Menorah Medical Center. He was born August 7, 1928, in Kansas City, Missouri, the son of Clemens P. Gerhardt and Felicitas C. Gerhardt. He...

7. Harry Statland, M.D. Harry Statland, M.D. December 22, 2003 Obituary of Harry Statland, a specialist in internal medicine, who died December 20, 2003. Statland retired in 1991 from the Statland Clinic which he founded with his brother in 1948. He received his MD...

8. HCA Midwest: Five Years Later HCA Midwest: Five Years Later April 1, 2008 Review of HCA Midwest and the 10 area hospitals operated by them. The 10 hospitals are: Cass Medical Center; Centerpoint Medical Center (opened 2007); Lee's Summit Medical Center (opened in 2007); Lee's...

9. Hospitals and Medical Staffs Hospitals and Medical Staffs June/30/1956 Histories of various Kansas City area hospitals and hospital associations on both sides of the state line with photos and medical staff listings from 1956. Information about the following hospitals and...

10. Kansas City Hospitals Thriving Under HCA Midwest Leadership Kansas City Hospitals Thriving Under HCA Midwest Leadership May 1, 2004 The "Healthcare" section of this issue features several articles including a look at the HCA Midwest leadership in the health field. Hospital articles featured include: Menorah Medical Center, Overland...

11. Local Heroes Local Heroes December 1994 Photo and bio of James Stowers, Jr., or Jim Stowers, Jr., "founder of Twentieth Century Companies" (a prominent local mutual funds company) and financier of "the Stowers Institute for Medical Research,...

12. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital 1950 Full frontal and partial side view; located at 4949 Rockhill Road.

13. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital 1950 Full frontal and side view.

14. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital 1990 Partial frontal view.

15. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital August 19, 1949 Construction view of building addition.

16. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital May 20, 1950 Construction view of building addition.

17. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital May 20, 1950 Construction view of building addition.

18. Menorah Hospital Menorah Hospital May 20, 1950 Construction view of building addition.

19. Menorah Moves Up Its Closing Menorah Moves Up Its Closing September/1/1995 Closing of the hospital at 50th and Volker Streets in Rockhill in preparation for its move to 119th and Nall Streets in Overland Park, due to Jewish patients moving to the southwest.

20. Minority Museum's David Shapiro Dies at 94 Minority Museum's David Shapiro Dies at 94 February 13, 2005 David Shapiro, an activist and an optometrist died February 12, 2005, at Menorah Medical Center. He was 94 at the time of his death. He founded Kansas City's Minority Museum located at Boone Elementary...