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181. Paseo Paseo Postcard of the Paseo looking North toward 12th Street

182. Paseo, Colonnade Paseo, Colonnade Postcard of the Colonnade on the Paseo between 10th Street and 11th Street

183. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts January/1/1916 Photo and biographical article about B. Haywood Hagerman, "vice-president of the James B. Welsh Realty Company, with offices in the Lathrop building," born in Kansas City in 1888 and starting out as a...

184. Pollution Abatement in the Lead Mining District of Missouri Pollution Abatement in the Lead Mining District of Missouri May 1974 Pamphlet about a study of the control of pollution from lead mines in Missouri into water and other parts of the environment, with graphs, maps, and other illustrations.

185. Production: Industry Tries Living in Caves Production: Industry Tries Living in Caves May/20/1961 Article about the use of former underground mines as manufacturing and storage space.

186. Quest Yields Ore: Missouri Mine Reopened as First Dividend in Experiment in Industrial Development Begun Quest Yields Ore: Missouri Mine Reopened as First Dividend in Experiment in Industrial Development Begun 15 Years Ago December/9/1944 News of mining sites being rediscovered or discovered for the first time using a "magnetometer," mostly in southeast Missouri and for iron and lead.

187. Recollections and Opinions of an Old Pioneer: Chapter IV. Recollections and Opinions of an Old Pioneer: Chapter IV. December 1, 1904 Article details Peter H. Burnett's travel from Oregon to California from September to November 1848 and his time in the gold mines during the Gold Rush with his brother-in-law, John P. Rogers, and his...

188. Record-Breaking Year Record-Breaking Year August 1899 Article about the Weber Gas & Gasoline Engine Company thriving with their business from trade in Mexico and many other points on the globe. Much of the success is due to the mining industry in Mexico which...

189. Representative Men of the West in Caricature Representative Men of the West in Caricature 1904 Illustrated caricature and caption about August Meyer (1851-1905), a retired Kansas City businessman and former "president of the Kansas City Park Board." Native of Saint Louis coming to Kansas City in...

190. Representative Men of the West in Caricature Representative Men of the West in Caricature 1904 Illustration and biographical sketch of John Bovard, "vice-president and general manager of the Northwestern Coal and Mining company of Kansas City," born in Iowa in 1855.

191. Representative Men of the West in Caricature Representative Men of the West in Caricature 1904 Caricature and biographical sketch of J. R. Crowe, "president of the J. R. Crowe Coal Mining company of Kansas City." He was born in Ohio in 1858 and entered the livestock industry in Kansas before coming...

192. Richmond Sheet Richmond Sheet 1910 Topographical map of an area of Ray County, Missouri, including the town of Richmond. Map depicts bedrock types through the region, as well as mining locations, churches, schools, railroads, and mineral...

193. Roland Bruner Roland Bruner March 18, 1905 Illustration and biographical sketch of Roland Bruner, a Kansas City mining company owner, starting as a cattle herder and becoming "connected with numerous companies among which are the B. & H. Mining...

194. Rollins Bingham Rollins Bingham 1890 Cabinet card photograph portrait (4.5 x 6.5 in.) of Rollins Bingham. Included is a newspaper article (13 x 17 in.) plus photocopy, concerning Bingham's speculation in mining operations and resultant legal...

195. Rose Pergola Rose Pergola 8-Jun-32 Rose pergola at the A. E. Mosier Residence, 1000 W. 56th St. Mosier was president of the Lucky Tiger Mining Company.

196. Rose Trellis and Chair Rose Trellis and Chair 23-May-34 Rose trellis and chair at the A.E. Mosier Residence, 100 W. 56th St. Mosier was president of the Lucky Tiger Mining Co.

197. SC148 Burrier Correspondence Collection SC148 Burrier Correspondence Collection 1851 This collection consists of a letter written by W. Burrier to John M. Burrier from Grass Valley, California in 1851. It notes the average wages and costs of living in town, as well as some of the challenges...

198. SC158 Henschel Collection SC158 Henschel Collection 1911-1959 and n.d. The Henschel Collection consists of correspondence, ephemera, and photographs relating to Leopold H. Henschel's work with the Mexican Isthmus Company and the Mexican Colonization Company, and Henschel...

199. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 1 Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 1 January 2000 First installment of excerpts from a video project by the State Historical Society of Missouri (in Columbia) on the history of Missouri in the 20th century dealing with the years 1900-1918. Photos and...

200. Sinclair Coal Company's Half Century of Progress Important to Nation's Economy Sinclair Coal Company's Half Century of Progress Important to Nation's Economy 1950 History of the Sinclair Coal Company in the Midwest, including the Kansas City area, with photos and illustrations. Photo of L. Russell Kelce, "president of the Sinclair Coal Company," serving "his firm...