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61. Grand Avenue, South from 8th Street Grand Avenue, South from 8th Street Postcard of Grand Avenue, South from 8th Street

62. Group Finds Local Politicians' Attitudes Toward Gay and Lesbian Voters Are Changing Group Finds Local Politicians' Attitudes Toward Gay and Lesbian Voters Are Changing February/18-24/1999 Article on the results of interviews held with mayoral candidates by local gay political group 4-Freedoms Democratic Club.

63. Hangin' Out Hangin' Out May//1984 A tour through the favorite watering holes of Kansas City's politicians, lawyers, ad people, journalists, athletes, entertainers and, uh, professional wrestlers, including the following: Dr. Redbird's...

64. Harry H. Woodring and Others Harry H. Woodring and Others April 6, 1954 The Hon. Harry H. Woodring (center), flanked by South Central Business Association President Junius B. Cofer (left) and Harry Darby. Woodring spoke to the SCBA on April 6, 1954.

65. Harry H. Woodring at Podium Harry H. Woodring at Podium April 6, 1954 The Hon. Harry H. Woodring (left) at podium with Harry Darby. Woodring spoke to the South Central Business Association on April 6, 1954.

66. Harry Woodring Harry Woodring circa 1935 Interior view of Muehlebach Hotel lobby, showing Harry Woodring, Secretary of War under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, registering for room.

67. Income Taxidermy Income Taxidermy July 1-7, 2004 Article examines the possibility that the Kansas City Museum, located in Corinthian Hall (3218 Gladstone Boulevard), does not receive a portion of its Kansas City tax levy. In 2003, this amounted to $1.3...

68. Jackson County Courthouse Profile Jackson County Courthouse Profile 1999

69. James T. Blair, Jr. James T. Blair, Jr. ca. 1950 Portrait of then Missouri Lt. Gov. James T. Blair, Jr., who spoke at the South Central Business Association's 30th Annual Inaugural Dinner on January 24, 1950, at the Hotel President. Blair, born in Maysville,...

70. Judge Shows Leniency to McFadden-Weaver Judge Shows Leniency to McFadden-Weaver January 5, 2008 Former Kansas City Councilwoman Saundra McFadden-Weaver was sentenced to two months of confinement in a halfway house and four months of home detention. She was convicted of mortgage fraud in August 2007...

71. Kansas City, Kansas City Kansas City, Kansas City March-April//1997 Photos and review of the 1996 movie entitled "Kansas City" set in the city's 1930s big band jazz scene and directed by native Kansas Citian Robert Altman. Description of the movie as "a tale of jazz clubs...

72. Knight's Barbecue Closed Knight's Barbecue Closed March 12, 2008 After 24 years in business in the Northeast community, Knight's Bar-B-Q restaurant has closed its doors. Owner Jerry Knight and family opened the restaurant in 1985 at the corner of Independence Avenue...

73. Longtime Political Adviser Harold Franklin Dies at 86 Longtime Political Adviser Harold Franklin Dies at 86 July 18, 2013 Article reports the death of Harold Fridkin, 86, a longtime political adviser who served notable Missouri politicians such as Tom Eagleton, Mel Carnahan, Dick Bolling, and Emanuel Cleaver. Fridkin moved...

74. Luscious Prize--"Compromise" Luscious Prize--"Compromise" June/14/1935 Photo and biographical rticle about the meeting of R. Emmet O'Malley, "Missouri insurance commissioner," with Tom Pendergast in New York regarding placement of "millions of dollars of Missouri insurance...

75. Memories of a State Senate Career Memories of a State Senate Career January 2013 Biographical description and interview with Albert M. Spradling Jr., former Missouri state senator who died on October 20, 2004. A resident of Cape Girardeau, Spradling represented the 27th District in...

76. Midland Hotel Midland Hotel circa 1900 Postcard of the Midland Hotel

77. Missouri Heritage Missouri Heritage August 26, 1967 Portrait and biographical article about Richard Gentry (~1788-1837), a co-founder of Columbia, Missouri, a War of 1812 veteran, state senator, rival of later President Zachary Taylor, and marshal of the...

78. Municipal Auditorium Profile Municipal Auditorium Profile 1999

79. Nellie Tayloe Ross Nellie Tayloe Ross circa 1935 Portrait of Nellie Tayloe Ross, the first woman governor in the U.S. (Wyoming) and first woman director of the U.S. Mint, under President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

80. Nellie Tayloe Ross Nellie Tayloe Ross circa 1935 Nellie Tayloe Ross beside a charity vending machine filled with apples.