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1. Domestic Sewing Machine Company Domestic Sewing Machine Company ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Domestic Sewing Machine Company showing a woman using a spinning wheel. Front of card says: "My Grandmother's Girlhood 100 years ago." Border around the image says: "Domestic Machine."...

2. Dorothy Lisle Bacon Dorothy Lisle Bacon n.d. Young girl posing with family artifacts including spinning wheel. Handwriting on back of mount says ""Dorothy Lisle Bacon, 8 1/2 years old. The cap she wears was worn by her great, great grandmother Walker...

3. Dorothy Lisle Bacon Dorothy Lisle Bacon n.d. Young girl posing with family artifacts including spinning wheel.

4. Exhibit At R. A. Long Building Exhibit At R. A. Long Building 1914 Identified on back of photograph as "Mrs. Toney Spinning, R. A. Long Exhibit - 1914". Exhibit sponsored by the Missouri Valley Historical Society. Good example of a spinning wheel.

5. Jesse James Family Auction in Excelsior Springs, Missouri Jesse James Family Auction in Excelsior Springs, Missouri 1918 Street view of auction held in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Description on back of photograph reads: Spinning wheel and curios sold at auction at Excelsior Springs, Clay Co., Mo., March 16, 1918. From...

6. John Barber White Papers Finding Aid John Barber White Papers Finding Aid 1896-1929 (bulk 1901-1921) Born on December 8, 1847, successful lumberman John Barber White moved from New York to Missouri in 1879 to help organize the Missouri Lumber & Mining Company, headquartered in Kansas City. He worked nationally...

7. KCP&L Makes Mark on District KCP&L Makes Mark on District October 19, 2007 The Kansas City Power and Light Company will be the signature sponsor of the $850 million, nine-block, mixed-use Power and Light District project in downtown Kansas City. A clock tower featuring a wind...

8. Spinning For 75 Years Spinning For 75 Years February 23, 2005 Feature article on metal shop, United Metal Spinning, located at 813 Winchester Avenue. It is a 75-year old family business, currently owned by Larry and Laura Brennaman. Employees cut metal discs, calibrate...

9. Spinning the Span Spinning the Span August 18-24, 2005 Article describes Woodswether Bridge, a paved path beneath the Lewis and Clark Viaduct designed for use by cyclists and pedestrians crossing the Kansas River. The bridge was implemented as part of a plan...