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Political Elections (55)
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Askren, Robert G (6)
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1. '70 Slaying of Politician a Mob Hit? '70 Slaying of Politician a Mob Hit? October 31, 2010 Article about the re-opened Leon Jordan murder case that ties the murder to the Mafia. New evidence implicates a "low-profile mob associate known on the street as 'Shotgun Joe' [Joe Centimano]." Centimano...

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7. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of President Grover Cleveland. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

8. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of Vice-Presidential candidate Whitelaw Reid (ran on ticket with Benjamin Harrison). One of four cards with portraits of the candidates...

9. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of Vice-President Adlai E. Stevenson. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

10. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of President Benjamin Harrison. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

11. Boutin's Department House Boutin's Department House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Boutin's Department House showing a portrait of presidential candidate James G. Blaine. One of two cards showing portraits of presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls in the 1884...

12. Boutin's Department House Boutin's Department House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Boutin's Department House showing a portrait of vice-presidential candidate General John A. Logan (ran on ticket with James G. Blaine). One of two cards showing portraits of presidential...

13. E-Normous Win E-Normous Win April 6, 2011

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15. Elections Sample Ballots Elections Sample Ballots

16. Foresee Negro Party Chance Foresee Negro Party Chance May 1, 1968 News article about the political appearance in Kansas City of Dr. Philip H. Dennis of St. Louis, a “Negro candidate for lieutenant governor."

17. G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri 1886; 1957-1961 Street map of Kansas City compiled from official records and actual surveys showing wards, streets, railroad lines, and some plat information. Handdrawn in blue ink are precinct divisions within wards....

18. G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri 1886; 1957-1961 Street map of Kansas City compiled from official records and actual surveys that shows wards, streets, railroad lines, and some plat information. Hand drawn in blue ink are precinct divisions within wards....

19. G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri 1886; 1957-1961 Street map of Kansas City compiled from official records and actual surveys showing streets, railroad lines, and some plat information. Hand drawn in blue ink are divisions labeled Ward 1, Ward 2, etc.;...

20. It's Mayor Sly James It’s Mayor Sly James March 25-31, 2011 Article about the election of Sly James as the new Kansas City mayor, defeating Mike Burke, to replace Mayor Mark Funkhouser. James beat out Burke gathering 54 percent of the vote.