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41. Morgan Maxfield--Singer or the Song? Morgan Maxfield--Singer or the Song? August 1979 Photos and biographical article about Morgan Maxfield, a real estate investor and Kansas City businessman, with discussion on his credibility in the local area versus the rest of the nation, books on economics,...

42. North, Orrison & Co. North, Orrison & Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for North, Orrison & Co. showing an image of a church in winter enclosed in a crescent moon shape with a rose next to it. Front of card says: "Compliments of North, Orrison & Co., Artistic...

43. On Location: Story Lines and Locations Dot the Backlot That is Missouri On Location: Story Lines and Locations Dot the Backlot That is Missouri June 2007 Author John Robinson examines movies made on location in Missouri or those that feature Missouri. A list of "Missouri Movies of Merit" inlcudes Paper Moon (1973); Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll (1987); In Cold...

44. River-Horse: The Logbook of a Boat across America River-Horse: The Logbook of a Boat across America 1999 Map and two chapters of the book describing the author's (native Kansas Citian William Least Heat-Moon) riverboat voyage up the Missouri River through the Kansas City area (including Lexington, Fort Osage,...

45. SC4 Charles L. Johnson Papers Finding Aid SC4 Charles L. Johnson Papers Finding Aid 1861-1951 Charles Johnson, ragtime musician and composer and arranger, spent most of his life in Kansas City, Missouri. It is believed that he made the first orchestra arrangement for the song "Missouri Waltz" and...

46. That Crazy Old Moon That Crazy Old Moon March 4, 2007 Color photograph of a partial eclipse seen over the Power and Light Building (14th and Baltimore).

47. Train Sheds at Union Station Train Sheds at Union Station Postcard titled Train Sheds at Union Station shows a train steamed up and ready to go.

48. Walnut Street, North from 12th Street Walnut Street, North from 12th Street Postcard of Walnut Street, North from 12th Street

49. Walt Disney and TWA Walt Disney and TWA 2002 Excerpt describes the history of the "TWA Moonliner," a 40-foot tall model of a rocketship bearing the TWA logo. The rocket was created as a part of the "Rocket to the Moon" attraction at Disneyland, and...

50. William Least Heat-Moon: A Background and Appreciation William Least Heat-Moon: A Background and Appreciation Summer//2001 Photo and biographical article about William Least Heat-Moon, or William Heat-Moon, a native of Kansas City (born as William Trogdon) and travel book writer living near Columbia, Missouri. Author of the...