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William S Prettyman
George B Cornish
William L Sawyers
Postcard with title Dalton Defenders and contains pen sketches of C.T. Connelly, L.M. Baldwin, Geo. B. Cubine and Chas. Brown. Pub. by Gough Photo Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Inscription on back reads:...
DAR, Kansas City Chapter, World War I Scrapbook Finding Aid
The men of Battery A, 129th Field Artillery, were officially mustered into Federal Service on August 5, 1917, as part of the 35th Division, United States First Army, Allied Expeditionary Force. Most of...
Daughter of Top Composer Has Own Creative Bent
Photo and biographical article about Mary Rodgers Guettel, a 43-year-old "composer, columnist and author of several books, including 'Freaky Friday,' a delightful children's fantasy, with an excerpt of...
Death at Jackson County's Doorstep: Potawatomi Trail of Death Crossed Jackson County
Article describes the Potawatomi Indians and their forced removal from northern Indiana to eastern Kansas in the fall of 1838. Nearly 1,000 tribe members were forced to walk the Trail of Death from Indiana...
Death to Mrs. Inez Hunter, Teacher at R.T. Coles Vocational Junior High
September 26, 1952
Vertical file contains a photo and obituary for Mrs. Inez W. Griffin Hunter, or Inez Hunter, "a teacher at the R.T. Coles Vocational and Junior high school." She was "the wife of Russell C. Hunter, a teacher...
Deaths: Dwight L. Strother
Photo and obituary for Dwight Lynn Strother, or Dwight Strother, "6711 Oak, owner of the Dwight Strother Insurance company," a native of Oklahoma coming to Kansas City about 1927.
Deaths: Mrs. Maud Strother
Obituary for Mrs. Maud Strother, "87, of Oklahoma City, widow of Sam B. Strother [or Samuel Strother], former mayor of Kansas City and Jackson County public administrator." Native of Illinois raised in...
Deaths: The Rev. Issac G. Harris, Sr.
Obituary for Reverend Issac Harris, Sr., "78, of 3231 E. 32nd," born in Oklahoma and settling in Kansas City about 1940 as pastor of the Grace Temple Church of God in Christ.
Diary of a Football Scout
Photos and biographical article about Les Miller, the Kansas City "Chiefs' director of player personnel" or head scout. Description of his life and career, growing up in Oklahoma and becoming a scout in...
Draw Me a Story
Article about Lisa Ernst, a writer and illustrator of children's books about animals wo grew up in Oklahoma and started in advertising in New York before settling into her studio residence in the Westport...
Dwight D. Sutherland Sr. Dies at 81
October 27, 2003
Dwight Sutherland's father Robert Sutherland founded the Sutherland Lumber Company in 1917 in Hugo, Oklahoma. As of 2003, the company had 60 locations in 15 states with a strong presence in Missouri and...
Edward Buehler Delk
Biographical article about Edward Buehler Delk (1885-1956), an architect arriving in Kansas City in 1920 from Philadelphia to work on the new Country Club Plaza, later designing homes in that area and...
Ex-KC Superintendent Dies
January 15, 2013
Obituary for former Kansas City, Missouri school superintendent Benjamin Demps, Jr. Demps was the district’s 19th superintendent in 30 years, serving for a total of 20 months from 1999 to 2001. Previously,...
Exploration and Diplomacy: George Champlin Sibley's Report to William Clark, 1811
Illustrations, photos, map, and biographical article about George Champlin Sibley, or George Sibley (1782-1863), factor of Fort Osage in Jackson County, and his report to William Clark (of the Lewis and...
Eyewitness Reports of Quantrill's Raid: Letters of Sophia Bissell & Sidney Clarke
Two separate accounts of Quantrill's August 21, 1863 raid on Lawrence, Kansas by eyewitnesses who escaped. The letters of Sophia Bissell and Sidney Clarke are reprinted, hers dated September 8, 1863 and...
Federal Aviation Administration Employees
A group of 24 black and white photographs associated with the Federal Aviation Administration. These include varying sizes taken in the 1940s and 1950s. Includes snapshots as well as 8x10 in. official...
Festival Features Drums, Dancing Under a Harvest Moon
October 2, 2011
Interview of Teresa Bradskey, a Kansas City resident who is a member of the Miami of Oklahoma tribe. Bradskey is founder of the first Harvest Moon Native American Festival to be held October 15, 2011.
Final Rites in KCK for Rev. Benedict Justice
December 9, 1966
Vertical file containing a photo and obituary for Reverend Benedict Justice, "36, superior and pastor at Our Lady of Perpetual Help church, Kansas City, Kas." He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1930 and...
July 3-9, 2003
Article describes Jimmy Oyler, a Johnson County resident who claims that his property, along 83rd Street just west of Lenexa, is free of regulation by government authorities based on past treaties with...
Five Apache Men Seated
Studio portrait of five Apache males in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by W.L. Sawyers Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).
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