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161. Dorothy Fredrick Dorothy Fredrick n.d. Autographed full body, seated portrait in dance costume of Dorothy Fredrick. Autograph reads: "Ever and always your devoted and ? pupil. Dorothy Fredrick".

162. Dorothy Seiter Dorothy Seiter 1917 Full body portrait in ballerina dance costume identified as Dorothy Seiter.

163. Dr. Benoist Troost Dr. Benoist Troost Illustrations and information on Dr. Benoist Troost (1786-1859), the "first resident physician of Kansas City." Native of Holland (also known as the Netherlands) emigrating to Saint Louis in 1845 before...

164. Dr. David Waldo Dr. David Waldo Information on Dr. David Waldo (1802-1878), an early physician, western freighter, and real estate investor of Kansas City and Independence becoming the namesake of the Waldo area of the southwestern part...

165. Dr. Isaac Ridge Dr. Isaac Ridge Photos and description of Dr. Isaac Ridge (1825-1907), a native of Kentucky coming to Kansas City about 1848 as perhaps the city's first medically trained physician, assuming an active role in preventing...

166. Early Local Banking Early Local Banking Information on banking before and after the Civil War. Hiram Northrup cited as opening a bank in 1849 in Kansas City.

167. Eleanor Steber Eleanor Steber circa 1945 Portrait of opera soprano Eleanor Steber.

168. Electric Trolley Electric Trolley World's first electric trolley car invented and operated in Kansas City by John C. Henry in 1885, replacing non-electric trolleys by 1913 and quitting themselves in 1959.First application of the word,...

169. Ella Daganova Ella Daganova n.d. Autographed, full body portrait in dance costume of ballerina and ballet teacher Ella Daganova. Autograph reads: "To Helen Thomes, Have enjoyed our work together. Best Wishes, Ella Daganova".

170. Enid Romany/Sooy Enid Romany/Sooy n.d. Portrait identified as Enid Romany, name also seen as Enid Sooy. Performed on Broadway. Name also seen in newspaper clippings in Scrapbook #2 of the collection as Enid Sooy Mark and noted as the daughter...

171. Enid Romany/Sooy Enid Romany/Sooy n.d. Portrait identified as Enid Romany and Enid Sooy.

172. Enid Sooy Enid Sooy n.d. Partial body portrait in dance costume identified as Enid Sooy. Person also referred to as Enid Romany in this collection.

173. Entertainment Entertainment Information on programs and broadcasts for theaters, halls, circuses, and similar recreational places.

174. Eunice Wallace Eunice Wallace n.d. Autographed, full body portrait in dance costume of Eunice Wallace. Autograph reads: "To Miss Thomes with love from Eunice Wallace".

175. Father Bernard Donnelly Father Bernard Donnelly Copy of the diary of Father Bernard Donnelly (ca. 1800-1880).

176. Fire Department Fire Department History of the department and fire fighting before 1867 when the department was organized.Rise to international fame from 1882 to 1902 under Chief Hale.

177. First Settler Here Was One of Many Chouteaus Who Helped Build the City First Settler Here Was One of Many Chouteaus Who Helped Build the City September/17/1953 Scrapbook contains an article about Francois and Berenice Chouteau, commonly accepted as the first permanent white settlers of Kansas City.

178. Frances Aikins Frances Aikins n.d. Full body portrait identified at Frances Aikins in dance costume.

179. Frances Aikins Frances Aikins 1916 Full body portrait in dance costume identified as Frances Aikins. According to newspaper clippings in Scrapbook #2 of the collection, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Aikins, 4315 Warwick Boulevard....

180. Frances Aikins and Mary Histed Frances Aikins and Mary Histed n.d. Full body portrait of two costumed dancers identified as Frances Aikins and Mary Histed.