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William S Prettyman
George B Cornish
William L Sawyers
Joe Sanders on Tour
Exterior view identified as Joe Sanders in front and Carl Nordberg standing beside Joe's Buick on the way to Oklahoma City to perform. Oil derricks can be seen in the background. Exact location not given....
John Chouteau, 1860-1949
Photo and obituary article for John Chouteau (1860-1949), "the son of William Meyers and Mary Silverheel Chouteau," the great-great grandson of "Major Jean Pierre Chouteau of the Chouteau fur trading interst...
John Thiell Kissing Dry Ground
Exterior view of Nighthawks member John Thiell bending down to kiss the dry ground. The Nighthawks were trying to get to Oklahoma City in June of 1923, but encountered flooding conditions. Sanders in his...
John Wanamaker Letter
May 23, 1902
Letter written to Mr. Henry W. Rule, Oklahoma, Oklahoma Territory, from John Wanamaker, Philadelphia. Wanamaker is credited with being a pioneer in the development of the department store in the latter...
Kansas City's Vine Street
This chapter is a "study of the special urban sites of black city-dwellers in Deep Deuce, as Oklahoma City's East Second Street was known, and Vine Street, black Kanas City's main stem (more specifically,...
Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railroad
Maps, illustrations, photos, and information on the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Railway, connecting Kansas City to the Pacific Ocean on the west coast of Mexico (passing through Kansas, Oklahoma, and...
Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical
Photo and bio of John Edward Thomes, or John Thomes (1846-1893), a railroad engineer across Kansas and Oklahoma born in New York City and coming to Kansas City about 1891.
Maps, photos, illustrations, and information on the Kansas Turnpike west of Kansas City along I-70 and south on I-35 to Oklahoma.
Kansas: 'As Long as . . .'
September 17, 1956
Short article about how the Wyandotte Indians of Oklahoma (part of the Huron tribe) reclaimed the two-acre tract of land in Kansas City, Kansas, used as a burial ground. The Huron Cemetery land was ceded...
KC Sports Hero Was Influential With His Words
February 6, 2005
Joe McGuff, former Kansas City Star columnist, sports editor, editor and vice president, died on February 4, 2006 at his home in Prairie Village, Kansas. He died as a result of complications from amyotrophic...
KCK Casino Opens Amid Controversy
August 29, 2003
The Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma opened a casino in downtown Kansas City, Kansas. It is located in a mobile building structure at Ann Avenue and 7th Street Trafficway. Mayor Carol Marinovich was absent...
KCResources, page 8
Kiefer, Oklahoma, Oil Wells
Oil wells near Kiefer, Oklahoma. Railroad track visible in foreground.
Kiefer, Oklahoma, Street Scene
View down a dirt street in Kiefer, Oklahoma showing houses, power lines, and people crossing the road and walking down the sidewalk.
Kiefer, Oklahoma, Town Scene
Scene of Kiefer, Oklahoma showing buildings, oil wells, a railroad car on tracks, and a road.
Kiowa Braves on Horseback
Photographic print on a boudoir card mount showing two Kiowa braves on horseback; produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).
Last of the Blue Devils
Presents the story of Kansas City music in the twenties and thirties, when this midwestern city acquired an intense concentration of nightlife. Includes performances by, and interviews with, Count Basie...
Exterior view, street scene identified as Lawton, Oklahoma. Lawton was located in the vicinity of Fort Sill and Camp Doniphan where Company A went to train for World War I.
File contains a pamphlet with illustrations, map, and information on the city of Leawood, Kansas located just west of State Line Road from Somerset Road (79th Street) to 103rd Street in 1950. Originally...
Legendary Musician Dies
December 8-14, 2006
Article reporting the death of Jay McShann, a Kansas City bebop jazz pioneer. McShann, known to his friends as "Hootie," was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma in 1916, relocated to Kansas City in 1936, and formed...
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