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41. Travel Kansas City and Vicinity with Conoco Travel Kansas City and Vicinity with Conoco pre-1950 Road map of Kansas City and vicinity; indexes nearby cities and towns, points of interest, golf and country clubs, airports, lakes, and parks. Reverse side includes a listing of traffic regulations for...

42. Travel Kansas City and Vicinity with Conoco Travel Kansas City and Vicinity with Conoco ca. 1936 Road map of Kansas City and vicinity; indexes nearby cities and towns, points of interest, golf and country clubs, airports, lakes, and parks. Reverse side includes listing of speed laws and gasoline taxes,...

43. Transportation Photograph Scrapbook Finding Aid Transportation Photograph Scrapbook Finding Aid 1910-1917 (bulk 1915) The collection includes 549 negatives and 318 original prints of images taken in the 1910s focusing on railroads and transportation and rural and urban life. The geographic scope is the Midwest, primarily...

44. Transportation Improvement Program Fiscal Year 1988 Transportation Improvement Program Fiscal Year 1988 1988 Map of Kansas City area showing main roads.

45. Trail Will Trace Missouri's Civil War Heritage Trail Will Trace Missouri's Civil War Heritage July 17, 2006 According to this article, only Tennesee and Virginia had more Civil War battles than Missouri. A Civil War Trail across the state is being created to guide travelers to war sites with markers along roads...

46. Tracy Quadrangle Tracy Quadrangle 1951 Topographical map of an area of Platte County, Missouri, including the town of Tracy and the northern part of Platte City. Map depicts a segment of the Platte River, as well as roads of varying grades,...

47. Tracing the Ancient Paths Tracing the Ancient Paths April 16, 2006 Article discussing the historic pathways and trails in the Kansas City area as well as the Osage and the different treaties. ''Osage Indians walked the trails that became KC's modern roads.'' Has colored...

48. Traces of Historic Cabin Gone Traces of Historic Cabin Gone June//1978 Article about the historic Mockbee farm house and Presbyterian Church at 78th and Holmes Roads gathering place for frontierspeople, including Jim Bridger, James H. Boone, and Civil War soldiers.

49. Traces of Historic Cabin Gone Traces of Historic Cabin Gone June//1978 Story of the Mockbee family farmhouse, supposedly built between 1812 and 1840, now destroyed but formerly at the site of 78th and Holmes Roads.

50. Township Map of Jackson County, Missouri Township Map of Jackson County, Missouri 1961 Color shaded map of Jackson County, Missouri, with roads, rural schools, churches, and cemeteries.

51. Township & Railroad Map of Missouri: Showing Congressional Townships, Principal Towns, Post Offices, Township & Railroad Map of Missouri: Showing Congressional Townships, Principal Towns, Post Offices, Streams 1877 Map of Missouri showing counties in color. Also shows railroads, towns, and post offices, and lead mines. Includes tables showing 1860 and 1870 populations of counties and 1870 population for principal...

52. Town Topic: Remaining True to His Vision Town Topic: Remaining True to His Vision March 2000 Photo and biographical article about Jim Glover, a former City Councilman primarily responsible for the Midtown Development Project (also called the Glover Plan) for redeveloping "a decrepit and dangerous...

53. Toward Fisher's Fence: Getting On Tract To Preserve One of Our Most Intact, Early Homesteads Toward Fisher's Fence: Getting On Tract To Preserve One of Our Most Intact, Early Homesteads Autumn 2003 Article about the Adam and Letty Fisher homestead located today east of Jones Road, mid-way between Bundschu and Truman Roads. The Fisher family were early residents of Jackson County and had slaves. Includes...

54. Tour de Loup (Path, Place or Haunt of the Wolf): An Early Day Historical Spot Tour de Loup (Path, Place or Haunt of the Wolf): An Early Day Historical Spot November//1966 History of the Tour de Loup, a very early French "fur collecting camp and military outpost," established around 1804-1806, previously used by the Kaw Indians, "situated atop. ..Chouteau's Bluff. ..known...

55. Topographical Map of Putnam County Topographical Map of Putnam County ca. 1910 Topographical map of Putnam County, Missouri, that includes main traveled roads, wagon roads, railroads, rivers, streams, schools, churches, and cemeteries. Includes the townships of York, Sherman, Union,...

56. Topographic Map of the Yellowstone National Park Topographic Map of the Yellowstone National Park 1930 (1954 reprint) Topographic map of Yellowstone National Park. Includes topographic features such as contours, streams, lakes, marshes, and mountains. Also includes park facilities such as roads, buildings, railroads,...

57. Tiffin Quadrangle Tiffin Quadrangle 1941 (1950 reprint) Topographical map of areas of St. Clair and Cedar counties in Missouri. Map depicts local schools, churches, and cemeteries, as well as roads of varying grades.

58. Thomas Fitzpatrick Thomas Fitzpatrick Bio of Thomas Fitzpatrick (1799-1854), a guide of the Rocky Mountains and mid-19th century resident of Westport at the southeast corner of Broadway and Westport Roads, born in Ireland and beginning in...

59. Theodore Seneca Nissen Jr. Theodore Seneca Nissen Jr. March/3/2001 Photo and obituary for Reverend Theodore Seneca Nissen, Jr., or Theodore Nissen, "74, of Kansas City, MO," a Presbyterian minister born in San Francisco in 1926 and establishing the Colonial Presbyterian...

60. The Writers Place: A Home of Our Own The Writers Place: A Home of Our Own November 2000 Photos and article about the Writers Place, a castle-like converted church at "the corner of Pennsylvania and Valentine" Roads, renovated by Gloria Hickok, and her husband, Bill Hickok, both writers, and...