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181. 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.

182. 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.

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

184. 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....

185. 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.

186. Frances Stevens Frances Stevens n.d. Full body portrait in dance costume identified as Frances Stevens, daughter of Mrs. Flora Seeling Stevens, 1102 East Armour Boulevard.

187. Francois Chouteau Francois Chouteau Scrapbook including a biography of Francois Chouteau, born in 1797 in Saint Louis and settling in Kansas City in 1821.

188. Frank's Hall Frank's Hall Book II, Numbers 8-9, from "The Native Sons of Kansas City," page 3, February 4, 1955: "[I]t [Frank's Hall] was on the third floor in the building at the northwest corner of 5th and Main Streets."

189. Fred Edmiston Papers Finding Aid Fred Edmiston Papers Finding Aid circa 1920-2003 Collection of material contained in five boxes that relates to the publication of "The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks: The Band That Made Radio Famous," authored by Fred Edmiston. This book recounts the Nighthawks...

190. Frontiersmen and Fur Traders Frontiersmen and Fur Traders Mostly newspaper clippings about the fur trade and notable frontiersmen and fur traders on the Oregon and California Trails, etc.

191. Fry McGee Fry McGee Bio of Fry McGee (1816-1861), a native of Kentucky (dying in Osage County, Kansas) arriving in Kansas City with his family in 1827 to eventually become Kansas Town Company collector. Performed final lot...

192. Gaby and Robert Casadesus Gaby and Robert Casadesus circa 1940 Portrait of Gaby and Robert Casadesus, a French husband and wife duo piano team.

193. Gas Industry Gas Industry

194. George Caleb Bingham Studio George Caleb Bingham Studio Photos of George Caleb Bingham's studio over Shannon's store at the southwest corner of 3rd and Main Streets in Kansas City, Missouri, taken in 1870 and showing several paintings on canvases.

195. George Shawhan George Shawhan Information on George Shawhan (1843-1912), a Jackson County whiskey distiller and grandson of the first legal distiller of Bourbon whiskey in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Native of Kentucky bringing his family...

196. George Washington Tate George Washington Tate Information on George Washington Tate, or George Tate (1790-1868), arriving in Westport by 1838 as a veteran of the War of 1812 and becoming a Missouri state represenative in 1842 and 1858, suggesting...

197. Geraldine Reed Geraldine Reed n.d. Full body portrait in dance costume identified as Geraldine Reed. According to newspaper clippings in Scrapbook #2 of the collection, Miss Reed went on to become a professional dancer and was the daughter...

198. Geraldine Reed Geraldine Reed n.d. Full body portrait in dance costume of Geraldine Reed.

199. Germans Germans

200. Gill Family Gill Family Information on Marcus Gill (1814-1886), an early settler in Jackson County around the 1840s and native of Kentucky settling on a farm near New Santa Fe, Missouri, with information about other Gill family...