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41. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Benjamin Haywood Hagerman, or B. Haywood Hagerman, president of the James B. Welsh Realty & Loan Company at the R. A. Long Building, born in Kansas City in 1888 and starting out...

42. Coal Department: Need of Adjustment Coal Department: Need of Adjustment June 16, 1921 "Harry N. Taylor of the Central Coal & Coke Co., Kansas City, Urges Labor to Return to Normal." Story about the cost of living for coal workers basis of demands of higher pay.

43. Coal Mining in Missouri Coal Mining in Missouri November, 1932 Series of articles about the coal mining industry in the state of Missouri, with descriptions of the various companies and their mines and several photos of mining plants and machines.

44. Coal Mining in Missouri Coal Mining in Missouri December, 1932 Series of articles about the coal mining industry in the state of Missouri, with descriptions of the various companies and their mines and several photos of mining plants and machines.

45. Coal Mining in Missouri Coal Mining in Missouri January, 1933 Series of articles about the coal mining industry in Missouri, with descriptions of the various companies and photos of their mining plants and machines, including underground scenes.

46. Coal News in Brief Paragraphs: Kansas City Coal News in Brief Paragraphs: Kansas City June 16, 1921 Nine paragraphs under the Kansas City heading about various coal business dealings, including the Kansas City Co-operative Association, Mayer Coal Company, Star Coal Company, and others.

47. Coal News in Brief Paragraphs: Kansas City Coal News in Brief Paragraphs: Kansas City June 30, 1921 Weekly report on coal production with mention of coal prices "for city use next year. ..$4.27[.5] a ton."

48. Colton's New Map of Missouri Colton's New Map of Missouri 1857 Continuation of title: "Compiled from the U.S. Surveys, and other authentic sources." Map of Missouri with counties shown in color with township and range lines. Also shows towns, roads, canals, mills,...

49. Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri 1872 Continuation of title: Compiled from the United States Surveys and Other Authentic Sources Exhibiting the Sections, Fractional Sections, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, Post Offices, Rail Roads & other...

50. Confederate Military History [and Extended Edition] Confederate Military History [and Extended Edition] //1988 (1899 in first edition) Biographical sketch of Robert Drennon, a Confederate veteran born in Kentucky in 1840 and moving to Kansas City in 1869, "a notable success in his business enterprises" with "the exception of three years...

51. Cyrus B. Sweet Cyrus B. Sweet 1908 Biographical sketch of Cyrus Bardeen Sweet, or Cyrus Sweet, "vice president and assistant general manager of. ..the Long-Bell Lumber Company." Born in Illinois in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1900...

52. Deaths: Mrs. Mary-Scott Crabbs Deaths: Mrs. Mary-Scott Crabbs September/25/1972 Obituary for Mary-Scott Crabbs, dying in 1972, the daughter of Jesse Newport Johnson, a millionaire arriving in Kansas City in 1884 with a fortune from South African diamond mining, and granddaughter of...

53. Diagram of the State of Missouri Diagram of the State of Missouri 1845 Map of Missouri marked off into blocks of land, each six miles square, known as townships. Symbols indicate whether or not the townships have been subdivided by surveyors. Lead, iron, copper, coal mines...

54. Diagram of the State of Missouri Diagram of the State of Missouri 1851 Map of Missouri marked off into blocks of land, each six miles square, known as townships. Symbols indicate whether or not the townships have been subdivided by surveyors. Names of contracted surveyors...

55. Down in the Mine Down in the Mine July 18, 2010 Cover story about the limestone mine 750 feet below Sugar Creek. "Subsurface mining remains a heavy industry in the Kansas City Area. Limestone is a principal ingredient in the manufacture of Portland...

56. Dr. Homer Crowell Dr. Homer Crowell 1896 Biographical sketch of Dr. Homer Crowell, "numbered among Kansas City's successful physicians." He was born in Vermont in 1852 and arrived in Kansas City in 1888, becoming "president of the Jackson County...

57. Driveway Bordered by Roses Driveway Bordered by Roses 23-May-34 Driveway of the A. E. Mosier Residence, 1000 W. 56th St. Mosier was the president of the Lucky Tiger Mining Company.

58. Editorial Notes--Editorial Excursion Editorial Notes--Editorial Excursion June 1877 Description of a trip on the Iron Mountain Railroad from Saint Louis to Fredericktown and its "romantic" scenery, including wine gardens and the mining area of Mine La Motte in southeastern Missouri.

59. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Photo and bio of Lee Moore, a merchant born in Virginia in 1860 and moving to Pottawottomie County, Kansas, in 1869 and then to Joplin, Missouri, in 1890 as a storekeeper and mining investor.

60. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Portrait and biographical sketch of Fayette Parsons Graves, or Fayette Graves, a "mine operator" in western Missouri, born in New York in 1849 and moving to the Saint Joseph area in the late 1800s engaged...