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121. Homer Roberts and Reuben Street Homer Roberts and Reuben Street 2006 Book excerpt about Homer Roberts and Reuben and Ella Street, early black businesspeople of Kansas City. Roberts was "one of the first African American car salesmen in the country" and Reuben Street was...

122. How The West Has Grown How The West Has Grown April 2010 Chart of population growth of cities in the U.S. West for 1870, 1880, and 2000 accompanied with three maps marked with routes across the West and population numbers. States included are Arizona, Arkansas,...

123. Huma of Otoes, Second Chief Huma of Otoes, Second Chief ca. 1889-90 Studio portrait of Huma, Second Chief of the Otoes, in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

124. Huma of Otoes, Second Chief Huma of Otoes, Second Chief ca. 1889-90 Studio portrait of Huma, Second Chief of the Otoes, in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

125. In Memory of Anna Lee Brosius Korn In Memory of Anna Lee Brosius Korn Summer//1966 Photo and biographical article about Anna Brosius Korn, or Anna Korn (ca. 1869-1965), composer of the "state song, 'Missouri,' which was adopted officially by the Missouri Legislature." Description of...

126. Indian Casino Set To Close Today Indian Casino Set To Close Today March 31, 2004 The Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma failed on Tuesday to get a federal court order to block its threatened closure. The 7th Street Casino is located in Kansas City, Kansas. The tribe has sued the National...

127. Indian Dance Indian Dance 1950 Exterior view connected with the Indian Village part of the Kansas City Centennial celebration. Identified on the back of the photograph as Ed Long, Pawnee, Oklahoma. Also the following tribes are written...

128. Indian Dance Indian Dance 1950 Exterior view photograph associated with the Indian Village part of the Kansas City Centennial celebration. Identified as Me-Pewee, Pawnee, Oklahoma.

129. Indian Police on Horseback Indian Police on Horseback ca. 1890 Photographic print on a boudoir card mount showing seven agents on horseback; produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

130. Indian Territory Indian Territory 1898 Photocopy of map of Indian Territory, the northeast area of present-day Oklahoma. Territories of the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Seminole, and Chickasaw nations are shown. Towns, rivers, roads, and railways...

131. Indians Killing Beef Near Fort Sill Indians Killing Beef Near Fort Sill ca. 1890s Photographic print on a boudoir card mount showing groups of Native American women and young girls slaughtering beef. The subjects are likely Comanche, Kiowa or Apache. The handwritten title on front of...

132. Innovations in a $142,000 Home Innovations in a $142,000 Home May/24/1914 Illustrations and article about the residence of P. J. White, a bank president in Tulsa, Oklahoma, recently purchasing the house originally built for the late Bernard Corrigan by architect Louis Curtiss...

133. Inside a Family Feud Inside a Family Feud June 7, 2006 Story details the feud and legal battles going on within the Sutherland Family concerning the privately held Sutherland Lumber Company which was started in 1917 by Robert Sutherland in Hugo, Oklahoma....

134. Ira McKee Dies at 71 Ira McKee Dies at 71 April/13/1973 Photo and obituary for Ira McKee, Sr., "71, of 6521 Granada, Prairie Village, retired president of the Gas Service Company." Born in Cosby, Missouri, and coming to the Kansas City area when transferred...

135. Jay McShann Jay McShann Photos, illustrations, and information on Jay McShann, a jazz pianist born in Oklahoma about 1916 and coming to Kansas City in 1937, playing with several prominent jazz musicians and at many clubs, starting...

136. Jay McShann--A Kansas City Jazz Legend Jay McShann--A Kansas City Jazz Legend November/8/2000 Biographical article about Jay McShann, "[r]ecognized as one of the great blues and jazz musicians of the twentieth century," born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, in 1916 and coming to Kansas City in 1937 as a...

137. Jay McShann: Still Swingin' Away Jay McShann: Still Swingin' Away May-June//1999 Photos and biographical article about James Columbus McShann, or Jay McShann, a longtime black jazz and blues musician of Kansas City born in Oklahoma in 1916 and coming here in the 1930s as a pianist...

138. Jefferson's Salt Mountain: The Big Salt Plain of the Cimarron River Jefferson's Salt Mountain: The Big Salt Plain of the Cimarron River Summer//1980 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about George Sibley (1782-1863), operator of Fort Osage (in present-day Jackson County, Missouri) and explorer of the Great Plains in 1811 as part of President...

139. Jesse Chisholm Jesse Chisholm 2005 Book portrays the life of cattle trail namesake Jesse Chisholm. He was born in 1805 or 1806, a half breed of Cherokee and white ancestry and the son of Ignatius Chisholm. He apparently died April 4, 1868....

140. Joan Crawford Joan Crawford 1989 Biographical sketch of Joan Crawford (1906-1977), a movie actress starting in 1925 with silent pictures, growing up in Kansas City. Description of her life and career, moving to Kansas City in 1917 from...