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1. Public Accommodations Public Accommodations File includes several articles about public accommodations rights around the country and one about Kansas. The one about Kansas is regarding an “anti-bias bill” to make “hotels and restaurants open...

2. Kansas City Livestock Exchange Building Kansas City Livestock Exchange Building Postcard of the Livestock Exchange Building

3. Dr. James Compton Residence Dr. James Compton Residence Nomination form for the National Register for the Dr. James Compton residence, now Stroud's Oak Ridge Manor Restaurant located by I-35 and Vivian Road in Clay County, Missouri.

4. Charles Bryant Charles Bryant File containing an obituary for Charles Bryant (1892-1952), "original owner of the Charles Bryant Barbecue, 1921 E. 18th Street" and father of Arthur Bryant. He was a native of Texas who started his restaurant...

5. Browne's Deli Browne's Deli Ed and Mary Flavin, Irish immigrant proprietors of community-oriented deliDeli at 33rd and Pennsylvania Streets since 1887. Family owned through the stock market crash, war, technological age, and four...

6. Ticket Office at Union Station Ticket Office at Union Station Postcard of Union Station Lobby and Ticket Office

7. Majestic Steak House Majestic Steak House Exterior, street level view of the Majestic Steak House identified as being at 31st and Holmes in Kansas City, Missouri.

8. We Shall Overcome We Shall Overcome Book or magazine excerpt about black-owned businesses in Kansas City, including the barbecue establishments of Ollie Gates & Sons and Arthur Bryant's. Related information on employment and other economic...

9. Whyte Brothers Grocery Whyte Brothers Grocery Postcard of the interior of the E. Whyte Grocery, Fruit & Wine Company

10. Priests of Pallas, Monoplane Priests of Pallas, Monoplane Postcard of Monoplane float at the Priests of Pallas Parade

11. EBT Restaurant EBT Restaurant Matted watercolor of an interior view of EBT Restaurant (located in the United Missouri Bank Building at I-435 and State Line). Painting is signed but artist's name illegible. Sticky note accompanying...

12. Clay County, Oak Ridge Manor and Justice Statue Clay County, Oak Ridge Manor and Justice Statue Postcard of Oakridge Manor and Justice Statue, Clay County, MO

13. Telephone Traveler Telephone Traveler Promotional postcard of American Telephone & Telegraph Company depicting a telephone traveller

14. KCResources, page 94 KCResources, page 94

15. Desegregation Desegregation Information on the anti-discrimination laws for the city of Kansas City proposed in the 1960s. Description in the ordinances of racial discrimination or segregation in hotels and restaurants and the like,...

16. SC13-1 Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid SC13-1 Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid This postcard collection includes a wide variety of subjects such as buildings, parks, streets, people, and festivals. Although the cards cover a wide geographical area, the two major portions of the collection...

17. City Market, Market House City Market, Market House Postcard of the Market House and the old City Hall at the City Market

18. Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant Postcard of Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant

19. Ambassador Hotel Ambassador Hotel Postcard of The Ambassador Hotel at 36th and Broadway

20. KCResources, page 114 KCResources, page 114