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161. Fabulous Johnson County, Kansas Fabulous Johnson County, Kansas 1965 Plat map of Johnson County, Kansas, with property owner names and includes roads, railroads, townships, schools, churches, cemeteries, etc.

162. Fairmount Park Fairmount Park Postcard of Fairmount Park

163. Ferrelview Quadrangle Ferrelview Quadrangle 1950 Topographical map of an area of Platte County featuring the towns of Hoover, Ferrelview, Linkville, Hampton, Platte Gardens, and Tiffany Springs. Creeks, schools, roads, and churches are in evidence, as...

164. First Exchange Was Only 24 Feet Square First Exchange Was Only 24 Feet Square March/9/1931 Present building has 371 times as much space as original home at 16th and State Line Roads, built in 1871.

165. First Rock Road in Jackson County First Rock Road in Jackson County August 28, 1910 Description of the supposedly first rock road in Jackson County, at the "nearest good landing on the river. This was Rickman's landing at about where now is the Sugar Creek plant of the Standard Oil Company."...

166. Flood Damaged Area Flood Damaged Area 1951 View of two men in a rowboat navigating over water-covered roads in the West Bottoms during the aftermath of the 1951 Flood.

167. Flood of Uncertainty Washes Over KC Flood of Uncertainty Washes Over KC June 24-30, 2011 Article concerning the impending flood waters from the Missouri River which could affect some metro area businesses. Discussion of the contributing factors of the flooding and a map that details the dams...

168. Flood Scene Flood Scene 1951 Kansas City, North showing water treatment facility, roads, and railroad tracks.

169. Follow the Red Brick Roads Follow the Red Brick Roads September 20, 2006 Article describes surviving examples of brick streets in Kansas City. The longest, a 1,750 foot stretch between Karnes Boulevard and Valentine Road, is a historic landmark.

170. Following Mountain Man Jim Bridger Following Mountain Man Jim Bridger June 2009 The author traces Jim Bridger's trail beginning in Billings, Montana. Bridger is considered "the most famous mountain man" next to Kit Carson. As a fur trader, Bridger trapped throughout the northern Rocky...

171. Following the Santa Fe Trail: A Guide for Modern Travelers Following the Santa Fe Trail: A Guide for Modern Travelers //1984 Building at Penn and Westport Roads built in 1850-1851. Bought in 1854 by Albert Boone, grandson of Daniel Boone.

172. Frederick Lyman Lee II, October 7, 1935-December 29, 1998 Frederick Lyman Lee II, October 7, 1935-December 29, 1998 Winter//1999 Obituary for Frederick Lyman Lee II, or Fred Lee (1935-1998), a historical writer and native of Kansas City. Details of his life and career, starting as a writer in 1961 after service in the military,...

173. From the Bottom Up: The Story of the Irish in Kansas City From the Bottom Up: The Story of the Irish in Kansas City 2000 Biographical information about Irish Catholic Father Bernard Donnelly, an influential figure in the foundation of Kansas City, starting in the 1840s, including cutting roads through the steep bluffs.

174. Fulton Quadrangle Fulton Quadrangle 1931 Topographical map of Callaway County, Missouri, including the towns of Fulton and Kingdom City. Pictured is State Highway 40, later to become Interstate 70, as well as numerous other roads of varying grades,...

175. Galloway Quadrangle Galloway Quadrangle 1948 Topographical map of Greene County, Missouri, including the James River. Depicted are the Springfield Municipal Airport, Sequoia State Park, and a number of schools, churches, and roads of varying grades....

176. Gallup's Map of Wyandotte County, Kansas Gallup's Map of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1923 Land ownership map of Wyandotte County, Kansas, showing county roads, roads, railroads, electric railroads, schools, churches, cemeteries, streams, and township boundaries, as well as drilling, oil, gas,...

177. Gallup's Map of Wyandotte County, Kansas Gallup's Map of Wyandotte County, Kansas n.d. Land ownership map of Wyandotte County, Kansas, showing U.S. and state highways, roads (paved, gravel, and graded), railroads, electric lines, state lines, county lines, city limits, sub. division boundaries,...

178. Gallup's Official Auto Route and Highway Map of Kansas Gallup's Official Auto Route and Highway Map of Kansas 1922 Road map of Kansas, including a numbered index of trails, roads, etc. Verso contains map of the transcontinental highways of the United States.

179. Gallup's Official Auto Route and Highway Map of Missouri Gallup's Official Auto Route and Highway Map of Missouri 1922 Map of Missouri including trail markers and symbols.

180. Galt Quadrangle Galt Quadrangle 1949 Topographical map of areas of Grundy, Sullivan, and Linn counties in north-central Missouri, including the towns of Galt, Laredo, Humphreys, and Osgood. Also depicted is Medicine Creek, as well as numerous...