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1. A City Divided: The Racial Landscape of Kansas city, 1900-1960 A City Divided: The Racial Landscape of Kansas city, 1900-1960 2002 A mention of Felix Payne, a local African American and nightclub owner during the Pendergast years and early jazz scene.

2. Biography of Felix Payne (1884-1962), Businessman and Politician Biography of Felix Payne (1884-1962), Businessman and Politician 1999

3. Blacks in Kansas City, Part III--Business and Industry Blacks in Kansas City, Part III--Business and Industry February 21-February 28, 1986 Third in a series of four articles about the history of African Americans in Kansas City. It provides an overview of black business and industry, from the period before emancipation in 1865 to the present...

4. City Life: 'Kansas City' City Life: 'Kansas City' June 6, 1996 Photo and article about Felix Hall Payne, or Felix Payne, a black Kansas City "numbers runner, nightclub owner and newspaper publisher" of the Kansas City American newspaper in the 1930s. The article discusses...

5. Felix Payne and William Thompkins Felix Payne and William Thompkins 2006 Book excerpt about Felix Payne, founder and publisher of the Kansas City American newspaper during its run from 1928 to 1941. Payne was a native of Marshall, Missouri coming to Kansas City around 1900...

6. Goin' to Kansas City Goin' to Kansas City //1987 Pages contain information on Felix Payne, Ellis Burton, and Piney Brown, local African American cafe and nightclub figures during the Pendergast years, playing a part in the local jazz scene.

7. Journalism Wars of KC's Jazz Age Journalism Wars of KC's Jazz Age February 20, 1990 Article describes "newspaper war" between The Call and The Kansas City American. Felix Payne's American emerged as a competitor to Chester Franklin's Call in 1928. Payne, a Democat, was favored by the...