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81. Native American Photography Native American Photography Spring 2011 The Spring 2011 issue is dedicated to Native American photography, focusing on Horace Poolaw, one of the first American Indian professional photographers in the early twentieth century. Articles included...

82. Municipal Airport Municipal Airport March 22, 2006 The "Postcards of Historic Northeast" column features the Municipal Airport in this issue. Picture includes the airport and a TWA DC-2 airplane. An account of the dedication of the airport and the visit...

83. Muehlebach Hotel, State Suite Muehlebach Hotel, State Suite Postcard of the State Suite at the Muehlebach Hotel

84. Mrs. Sam Ray Postcards Mrs. Sam Ray Postcards 1976-1998 A 2 volume collection of photocopies of portions of the column "A Postcard from Old Kansas City" from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times. Authored by Mrs. Sam (Mildred Kittell) Ray, the column...

85. Monarch Vinegar Works in Kansas City, Missouri Monarch Vinegar Works in Kansas City, Missouri February 22, 2006 Featured in the "Postcards of Historic Northeast" column is one entitled "A Partial View of Our Immense Plant, Kansas City, Mo." The Monarch Vinegar Works was located at 2400 Nicholson Avenue in the East...

86. Missouri Pacific Lines: Route of the Eagles Missouri Pacific Lines: Route of the Eagles May 4, 2011 Promotional postcard and accompanying article about the Missouri Pacific Railroad's "Eagle" streamliners. The Eagle line was launched in 1939 to much fanfare. MoPac discontinued it in 1994.

87. Mildred (Mrs. Sam) Kittell Ray Mildred (Mrs. Sam) Kittell Ray 1982 Mildred Kittell Ray, known as Mrs. Sam Ray, with postcard in hand standing by wooden cabinet with drawers containing her postcard collection. Location not given but presumably photograph was taken at her...

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

89. Melrose Methodist Church Melrose Methodist Church July 20, 2005 Postcard featured in "Postcards of Historic Northeast" this issue is an interior view identified as the Melrose Methodist Church located at Windsor and Bales. It was built in 1928.

90. Martin King of Exaggerated Postcards Martin King of Exaggerated Postcards May 22, 2013 Article profiles William H. "Dad" Martin of Ottawa, Kansas, considered to be a pioneer of the exaggerated or "tall-tale" postcard. Martin worked under photographer E.H. Corwin in Ottawa in the early 1900s...

91. Main Street, North from 12th Street Main Street, North from 12th Street Postcard of Main Street, North from 12th Street

92. Main Street Theater History to Live on as Downtown's New Cineplex Main Street Theater History to Live on as Downtown's New Cineplex April 9, 2008 Article and postcard image of the old Mainstreet Theater (14th and Main Street). The theater was designed by the firm of Rapp and Rapp of Chicago and opened October 30, 1921. The historic building was...

93. Loss of the Great American Shoe Store Loss of the Great American Shoe Store March 9, 2011 Postcard image and accompanying article on the G. R. Kinney Co. shoe store located at 8th & Delaware in Kansas City, Missouri. The company was founded by George Romanta Kinney who revolutionized the industry...

94. Liberty Memorial Great Frieze Liberty Memorial Great Frieze November 9, 2011 Postcard image of and short article about the stone frieze carved into the north wall of the Liberty Memorial monument. The frieze measures 18 feet high and 140 feet long. It was designed by Italian sculptor...

95. Leaders in Our Town: Joyce Hall Proves Art Can Grow in a "Cow Town" Leaders in Our Town: Joyce Hall Proves Art Can Grow in a "Cow Town" October/23/1949

96. Larrapin Lous & Bustin Babes For a Good Cause Larrapin Lous & Bustin Babes For a Good Cause October 10, 2012 Short article about an exhibition game that took place Oct. 15, 1927 at Muehlebach Field between teams managed by George Herman '"Babe" Ruth and "Larrapin" Lou Gehrig. The game was fundraiser for Mercy...

97. Lake Hiwassee Now a Distant Memory Lake Hiwassee Now a Distant Memory May 15, 2013 Postcard image of and short article about Lake Hiwassee, a man-made lake formerly located at 63rd and Indiana Lane in the Country Club District. The lake featured two islands connected by rustic bridges...

98. KCK Flour Mill Was One of the Largest of Its Time KCK Flour Mill Was One of the Largest of Its Time September 1, 2010 Postcard image and short article about the old Southwestern Milling Company plant near present-day 18th Street and Kansas Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas. The mill was built in 1913 along the banks of the...

99. Kansas City-Smithville Race Track Kansas City-Smithville Race Track Postcard of the Kansas City-Smithville Race Track

100. Kansas City's Oldest Motorcycle Store Kansas City's Oldest Motorcycle Store December 15, 2010 Short article and postcard image of Kenny's Harley Davidson, 403 Southwest Boulevard, known as Kansas City's oldest motorcycle dealership. The shop's origin dates back to 1918 when a local mechanic named...