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101. Highway Map St. Louis and Vicinity Highway Map St. Louis and Vicinity 1965? Road map of St. Louis, Missouri showing the state highway system and the type of roads within that system, as well as golf, yacht and country clubs, points of interest, parks, airports, and rivers. Map...

102. Historical Resources Mitigation Volume I: We Remember the Rivers--An Oral History Survey of the River Historical Resources Mitigation Volume I: We Remember the Rivers--An Oral History Survey of the River Valleys in the Harry S. Dam and Reservoir Project, Missouri September 1980 Study of the history of the river valleys flooded by or closely affected by Truman Lake, created by a dam of the Osage River and its tributaries southeast of Kansas City. Includes oral interviews conducted...

103. Historical Resources Mitigation Volume II: Bridges over the Osage--Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir Historical Resources Mitigation Volume II: Bridges over the Osage--Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir Project, Missouri September 1980 Study of the history of the bridges across the Osage River and its tributaries built between 1895 and 1937, flooded by or closely affected by Truman Lake, southeast of Kansas City, gathered partially through...

104. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Chapter of the book about barge navigation and river improvement in the Kansas City area for steamboats and other riverboats on the Missouri River and Kansas River. Describing the physical and financial...

105. Idyll in the Ozarks Idyll in the Ozarks June/25/1955 Article about the fishing, boating, and other water recreation in rivers in the Missouri Ozarks, mostly soon to be flooded by dams by the unpopular Army Corps of Engineers, with map and photos.

106. Illinois Illinois 1998 Topographical map of the state of Illinois illustrating geographic features of the state, including lakes and rivers. Map also depicts locks along the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, as well as cities including...

107. Illinois & Missouri Illinois & Missouri 1835 Map of Missouri and Illinois showing counties, towns, and rivers. Also shows the path of the Illinois and Michigan Railroad in northern Illinois.

108. Illinois and Missouri Illinois and Missouri 1823 Map of Illinois and Missouri showing towns, rivers, and mountains. Some areas labeled Military bounty lands.

109. Improving Municipal Administration: Largest Municipal Market Terminal Opened Improving Municipal Administration: Largest Municipal Market Terminal Opened February//1940 Article about the opening of "one of the largest wholesale fruit and vegetable markets in the country" at "the raised levee where the Kaw and the Missouri Rivers meet" in Kansas City, Kansas. "[B]uilt...

110. In the Wake of the Floods In the Wake of the Floods October//1951 Article about the flood control projects of the Pick-Sloan plan, a federal program set up before the 1951 flood but not built in time to prevent disasters caused along the Kansas and Missouri Rivers in...

111. Independence Independence 1894 (1910 reprint) Detailed topographical map of area east of Kansas City, showing parts of Clay, Ray, Jackson, and Lafayette Counties, Missouri. Some towns included are Kearney, Lawson, Vibbard, Excelsior Springs, Prathersville,...

112. Indian Territory Indian Territory 1898 Photocopy of map of Indian Territory, the northeast area of present-day Oklahoma. Territories of the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Seminole, and Chickasaw nations are shown. Towns, rivers, roads, and railways...

113. It's a Solid Place. ..: Westphalia It's a Solid Place. ..: Westphalia September-October//1979 Article about the town of Westphalia, Missouri, a predominantly German community at the confluence of the Maries and Osage Rivers in Callaway County, Missouri. Photos and description of the town's culture...

114. It's Just One Big Sewer It's Just One Big Sewer August 20, 2011 Article describes the water pollution problem around the Kaw Point area of the Kansas River. A reported 2.5 billion gallons of raw sewage empties out near the Kaw Point Park each year due to Kansas City's...

115. J. C. Altman J. C. Altman 1888 Advertising card for J. C. Altman showing a tree branch stretching over rapids on a river with mountain behind. Caption says: "Whirlpool Rapids Looking North." One of two cards with similar design and...

116. J. C. Nichols Fountain J. C. Nichols Fountain File contains information about the J. C. Nichols Memorial Fountain, or the J. C. Nichols Fountain, on the Country Club Plaza. According to information in the file, the fountain was dedicated on May 15,...

117. Jackson County, Missouri Jackson County, Missouri 1916 Color shaded map showing townships, roads, railroads, streams, schools, and churches in Jackson County, Missouri.

118. Jasper County Jasper County 1922 Map depicts mining and mineralized areas of Jasper County, Missouri, including existing mines. Also illustrated area schools and churches, rivers, roads and railroads, altitude, contours, wells, and towns...

119. Jefferson Looks Westward Jefferson Looks Westward Winter 2002 This is the first in a series of articles to appear over the next few years in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark expedition. This articles concerns...

120. Jim Leedy: Rivers and Jungles Jim Leedy: Rivers and Jungles November/December 2008 Profile of Kansas City artist and teacher Jim Leedy.