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1. 1903 Flood Damage 1903 Flood Damage June 20, 1903 Damage to elevated railway near Riverside, Missouri after the 1903 flood.

2. An End of an Era An End of an Era October/November 2010 After nearly 30 years in operation "on Broadway" [Street], Soundtrek recording studio has moved to a new location in Riverside, Missouri. Owner Ron Ubel founded the studio around 1980, and it earned a...

3. Argosy Casino Argosy Casino 1999 Street side view of Argosy Casino entrance and marquee. Located in Riverside, Missouri, adjacent to the Missouri River.

4. Argosy Casino Argosy Casino 1999 Exterior, roadside view of the front entrance to Argosy Casino located in Riverside , Missouri.

5. Biography of John Lazia (1896-1934), Crime Figure Biography of John Lazia (1896-1934), Crime Figure 2007

6. Charles Vito Cammisano Dies Charles Vito Cammisano Dies September 5, 2007 Obituary notice for Charles Vito Cammissano who died September 1, 2007, at his home in Riverside, Missouri. He was the son of Joseph and Doris Cammisano. He had been a life-long resident of the Kansas...

7. Does Size Count? Does Size Count? February/18-24/1999 Review of Corner Café in Riverside, Missouri.

8. Ezra Meeker in Front of Guard House at Fort Bridger Ezra Meeker in Front of Guard House at Fort Bridger August 21, 1923 Inscription on back of photo reads, ""Ezra Meeker says that he has just located the ""Hole in the Wall Country.""

9. Fast-Paced Growth at Continental Disc Fast-Paced Growth at Continental Disc January//1982 Article describing the Continental Disc company in Riverside, Missouri, "the second-largest manufacturer in its industry" of producing "rupture disc components" for space shuttles.

10. Flood Disaster: Kansas City--1951 Flood Disaster: Kansas City--1951 1951 Photo of Riverside grocery and liquor stores half-submerged under flood water at "stage 32.4 feet."

11. Flood Scene Flood Scene 1951 Unidentified stadium/arena, possibly racetrack in Riverside, Missouri.

12. Flood Scene Flood Scene June 20, 1903 Unidentified man surveying damage at Riverside Iron Works in Riverside, Missouri.

13. Helen Elizabeth Lightle Helen Elizabeth Lightle Inscription on back reads: Helen Elizabeth Lightle about two years old; brown eyes and brown curly hair. Now Mrs. Dody Mead, Rapid City, South Dakota.

Picture taken in Kansas City, MO., Phares Studio,...


14. Horse Racing Preceded Casino in Riverside Horse Racing Preceded Casino in Riverside September-December 2013

15. Horse Racing Sometimes Slow Getting out of the Gate Horse Racing Sometimes Slow Getting out of the Gate January/2/1985 Photos, caption, and article about the history of horse racing in the Kansas City area, with a complete caption about the Riverside Park Jockey Club, run illegally by the Pendergast machine.

16. Kansas City Art Institute Earns 2009 Missouri Arts Award for Arts Education Kansas City Art Institute Earns 2009 Missouri Arts Award for Arts Education October/November/December 2008 "The Kansas City Art Institute is the winner of the 2009 Missouri Arts Award for arts education. The Missouri Arts Award is the state's highest honor in the arts." The Art Institute began in 1885 and "is...

17. Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis 2002 Book includes a short history of the Riverside Red X store which offers a full line grocery store, hardware supplies, liquor, and cigarettes. It also has exhibits of bells, Oriental bronzes, curiosities,...

18. Louise Catherine Wachsmann Louise Catherine Wachsmann Louise Catherine Wachsmann, daughter of Virginia Bridger Wachsmann and Albert Wachsmann, when she was five years old. ""The picture was taken by Williams and Thomson Studio, Kansas City, Missouri. This...

19. Louise Marie Edna Lightle Louise Marie Edna Lightle Inscription on back of photo: Blue eyes and blond hair, about two months old; now Mrs. Louise Davis, Riverside, Missouri. Granddaughter of Virginia Bridger Wachsmann and Albert Wachsmann, daughter of Edward...

20. Names of Platte County Settlements Were Taken from a Variety of Sources Names of Platte County Settlements Were Taken from a Variety of Sources April-June//2001 Map and article about the origins of names for the following communities and towns in Platte County (as well as as Weatherby Lake and Sugar Lake): (1) Camden Point, Missouri; (2) Dearborn, Missouri; (3)...