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1. Williard Winner Williard Winner 1978 Photo and descriptions of Willard Winner (1849-1929), a Kansas City street railways and real estate developer experiencing a meteoric rise and fall in the 1880s-1890s. Native of Iowa coming to Kansas City...

2. Willard Winner Willard Winner Photos, illustrations, and information on Willard Winner, traffic and parking visionary of Kansas City starting in the late 1800s, largely responsible for the ASB Bridge. Promoter, financier, and developer...

3. Willard E. Winner Willard E. Winner Photos, illustrations, and information on Willard Winner (1849-1929), a prominent real estate developer born in Iowa and raised in Kansas City, organizing the Winner Investment Company in 1883 and the...

4. Wheat Threshing in North Kansas City Wheat Threshing in North Kansas City 1920 Unidentified rural scene showing wheat threshing; also shows Kansas City in background to the south.

5. Western Ice Company, Plant No. 123 Western Ice Company, Plant No. 123 ca1930 Full frontal and side view of Western Ice Service Company, Plant No. 123; located at 12th and Iron in North Kansas City. Built in 1921, purchased in 1927.

6. Water Works Water Works View of Water Works with Missouri River in background.

7. Water Works Water Works 1952-03 View looking southwest of the Kansas City Water Works operation located north of the Missouri River in North Kansas City. The river can be seen in the distance.

8. Tug of War Tug of War October//1992 Story of the financial success of a nonprofit hospital.

9. Towns and Villages in Clay County: North Kansas City, Missouri Towns and Villages in Clay County: North Kansas City, Missouri First Quarter 1992 Willard E. Winner formed a corporation called the North Side Land and Mortgage Company in 1888 and entered an agreement with the Kansas City Agriculture and Horticulture Fair Association to buy 10 acres....

10. The Star's Coverage of Kansas City's Drive-In Territory The Star's Coverage of Kansas City's Drive-In Territory 1948 Map showing communities within a 100 mile radius of Kansas City and the number of subscribers to the Kansas City Star in each. Includes legend of towns and number of subscribers. Reverse shows map of region...

11. The Pelts of the North The Pelts of the North First Quarter 1994 A short review of the beginning of the fur trade and its influence on the settling of the United States. Credit given to Mr. Kevin Fisher of Liberty, Missouri, who believes that about one hundred yards...

12. The North Kansas City Urban District The North Kansas City Urban District 1930 Abstract of a thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosopy for the University of Missouri. It describes "the North Kansas City District," including Harlem,...

13. The North Kansas City Urban District The North Kansas City Urban District October 1932 Comprehensive article on the economic geography of the city of North Kansas City, in Clay County, on the north side of the Missouri River across from the city of Kansas City, Missouri. Description of its...

14. The Last Word: Life at Chappell's The Last Word: Life at Chappell's November/December 2001 Photo and article about "the grandfather of all sports bars, Chappell's in friendly Northtown." Founded and operated by Jim Chappell (a local native) in North Kansas City, Missouri and decorated with numerous...

15. The Interurban Railroad was a Marvel in Early 20th Century Platte County The Interurban Railroad was a Marvel in Early 20th Century Platte County May - August 2006 History of the Interurban Railroad and its importance to Platte and Clay Counties. Article discusses construction and operation of the railway and lists stops on both St. Joseph and Excelsior Springs routes....

16. The Clayton Hotel The Clayton Hotel January-February//1987 Photos and text about the hotel in North Kansas City, Clay County.

17. Suburban Districts Detail Costs of Taking in KC Students Suburban Districts Detail Costs of Taking in KC Students June 8-14, 2012 Articles on the estimated costs for area school districts to accept students from the unaccredited Kansas City Public School District. Five suburban school districts have filed a lawsuit to delay having...

18. Stamped Out Stamped Out August 31-September 6, 2006 Brief article following the fate of the Justrite Rubber Stamp and Seal Company after its former location at 1301 Grand was used by the city to make way for the Sprint Center. Justrite relocated to an address...

19. Service Station at 1812 Vine, Kansas City, Mo., Opened Service Station at 1812 Vine, Kansas City, Mo., Opened June 22, 1935 News article with photo and caption about the "first Cooperative filling station and garage in Kansas City, Mo. . . . open for business at 1812 Vine street." The station handled only CO-OP products obtained...

20. School is an Anchor in Tumultuous School is an Anchor in Tumultuous February 11, 2007 There were more than 18,400 homeless students in the Kansas City area during the 2005-2006 school year. School officials try to make school a stablizing environment for children caught in a uncertain life....