Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
We are working on a NEW Local history website which will replace this version of KCHistory.org. Stay tuned for details!
Search results for: 494 item(s) for: "Sports"
Search current collection(s) again
Refine your search
Sports (215)
Athletes (53)
Baseball (50)
Football (46)
Kansas City Chiefs (38)
Show more...

Newspaper Article (211)
Magazine Article (137)
Postcard (24)
Vertical File (17)
Biography (17)
Finding Aid (14)
Photograph, B/w (13)
Glass Negative, B/w, ... (13)
Archival Material (13)
Book (9)

Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred... (24)
Unknown (13)
Conrads, David (9)
Tom Leathers (9)
John Sleezer (7)
Show more...

1999 (10)
2001 (5)
2009; (4)
November 1931 (3)
April 1979 (3)
Show more...

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. $100,000 Jump Starts Field Project $100,000 Jump Starts Field Project June/5/2002 The Twelfth Street Heritage Development Corporation has received a $100,000 grant from the National Football League's Grassroots Program and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation to build a multi-purpose...

2. ''Praising My People'' ''Praising My People'' Winter 2010-2011 Article examines newspaper coverage in Wichita, Kansas, during the early 1930s to show the media's response to the increasing inter-racial athletic scene. The Kansas City Monarchs are mentioned several...

3. 'A Family Doomed To Die' 'A Family Doomed To Die' May 8, 2005 The tragic story of America's first superstar horse owners, William (Billy) and Ann Woodward, is told in this article. Their prize winning horse was named Nashua. Mrs. Woodward was the former Angie later...

4. 'The Most Trusted Man in America' Dies 'The Most Trusted Man in America' Dies July 18, 2009 In-depth obituary article about Walter Cronkite who died July 17, 2009, at the age of 92. Cronkite, an anchor of the "CBS Evening News" from 1962 to 1891, was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, spent his first...

5. 150 Facts About Kansas City 150 Facts About Kansas City 2000 List of 150 facts prepared for the sesquicentennial of Kansas City in 2000.

6. A Colorful Career Comes To a Close A Colorful Career Comes To a Close August 16, 2007 Prominent Kansas City sports figure Jerry Green died August 15, 2007, at the age of 77. He was "a flamboyant Kansas City businessman who owned banks and radio stations and tried to buy the Kansas City...

7. A Fan of the Law, Family and Sports A Fan of the Law, Family and Sports July 12, 2007 Featured in tribute in the "Remembrances" section is Julian M. Levitt, a former Jackson County Circuit Court judge. He died July 4, 2007. Includes his picture.

8. A Field of Fans' Dreams A Field of Fans' Dreams May 22, 2007 The Royals baseball team and Jackson County officials have unveiled a $250 million renovation plan for Kauffman Stadium. Construction is to begin in October of 2007 and be completed by opening day of 2010....

9. A Greene Sweep A Greene Sweep August/28/1999 Article about the "first man to win both races [the 100- and 200-meter] in the same year at the World Track and Field Championships, from Kansas City, Kansas.

10. A. J. Stephens A. J. Stephens File contains a biographical article with illustrations about A. J. Stephens (ca. 1889-1980), millionaire owner of the Basswood estate near Liberty, Missouri. Manufacturer of rubber at Truman and Chestnut...

11. A Knockout, a Beer, a Cigarette: Life in the Ring in Kansas City A Knockout, a Beer, a Cigarette: Life in the Ring in Kansas City January//1983 Article examining the overall boxing scene in Kansas City.

12. A Lost Legacy A Lost Legacy May 7, 2006 African American jockeys once dominated the sport of horse racing and won the Kentucky Derby 15 of the first 28 times it was run. Lonnie Clayton was an early African American jockey from Kansas City, winning...

13. A Major Player in the Olympics A Major Player in the Olympics July 2, 2012 Kansas City-based architecture firm Populous designed more than 100 temporary and permanent structures for the 2012 Olympic Summer Games in London, England, including the Olympic stadium. The firm is well-known...

14. A Much Better Deal This Time A Much Better Deal This Time March 23, 2006 Article discusses leases for the Truman Sports Complex and how the prior one would differ from the one in 2006 if voters approve the tax package in April.

15. A New Court Date Downtown A New Court Date Downtown July 6, 2006 The Explorers' 2006 World Team-Tennis season will be played on a 66-by-128- foot slab of asphalt on the deck of Barney Allis Plaza. It will be surrounded by bleachers and vendor areas. The team's first...

16. A New Sportsman's Friend A New Sportsman's Friend June 14, 2007 In Steve Penn's "Commentary" column he features Wayne Hubbard of Kansas City, Kansas. Hubbard is host to a TV show called "Urban American Outdoors" shown in this area on the Metro Sports Channel. It has...

17. A Newer, Better Arrowhead A Newer, Better Arrowhead Decemberr 2008 Description of the changes being made by HOK Sport to improve Arrowhead stadium. The $300 million renovation is designed to create "provisions for fans and premium seating so that it brings the stadium...

18. A Place to Play A Place to Play September 7, 2005 The Twelfth Street Heritage Development Corporation hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Champions Sports Complex at Woodland Elementary School located at 711 Woodland Avenue. This is located near...

19. A Serious Obsession A Serious Obsession July//1984 Article about the Johnson County "softball utopia" called Miller's Woods and the successful amateur players there.

20. A Sports Bar's Split Personality A Sports Bar's Split Personality December-January/30-5/1999-2000 Review of R.S. Shooter's Sports Bistro.