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121. Parks and Recreation Department Statistics Parks and Recreation Department Statistics February 28, 2007 Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department has 212 parks, 130 ball diamonds, 116.5 surface acres of lake, 109 tennis courts, 55 shelters, 20 soccer fields, 19 miles of exercise trails, 18 football fields,...

122. Phillip B. Curls, Sr. Phillip B. Curls, Sr. 1990 Brief biographical statistics given for Phillip Curls, Sr., a Missouri state senator from Kansas City. Includes his committee memberships and chairmanships, birth in 1942 in Kansas City, wife Melba Jean...

123. Pony Express Rides Again Pony Express Rides Again November 29, 2003 The Pony Express microbrewery of Olathe, Kansas, started in 1995 but closed in mid-2002. This article tells how TransCon AG, an agricultural cooperative with 150 members, purchased the company in May 2003....

124. Presbytery of Kansas City and Its Predecessors 1821-1901 Presbytery of Kansas City and Its Predecessors 1821-1901 1901 [R]eligious statistics of the city in 1860 and other early history of churches.

125. Project: Community; Part One: Changing Perspectives Project: Community; Part One: Changing Perspectives June 11, 2003 Feature about people who live in low-income housing and this part features Guinotte Manor. This particular section of housing was completely torn down and new was put up from scratch. Crime statistics...

126. Public Health in Missouri--Past, Present, and Future: Vital Statistics as a Measure of Public Health Public Health in Missouri--Past, Present, and Future: Vital Statistics as a Measure of Public Health Progress October//1952 Article about the history of vital statistics collection and recording in the state of Missouri, first legislated in 1841 and continued through the federal decennial censuses through 1900 with little information...

127. Public School Building Program Public School Building Program June 30, 1925 Increased Facilities Assured by Passage of Five Million Dollar Bond Issue The article gives various statistics, such as total enrollment for all shools in Kansas City in 1913-14 was 43,282 and enrollment...

128. Pujols' Respect for the Game is Equivalent to His Talent Pujols' Respect for the Game is Equivalent to His Talent January 4, 2006 Albert Pujols, a Fort Osage High School graduate, received the Charleston Award January 3, 2006. Article reviews Pujols baseball game statistics and reflects on Pujols' personality. He signed with the...

129. Question 1 Kicks Off At Museum Question 1 Kicks Off At Museum March 10, 2004 Report of the press conference held by Mayor Kay Barnes at Corinthian Hall to kick off the Question 1 bond issue election to be held in April. Money will be used to repair infrastructure, build a Liberty...

130. Ralston-Purina Plant Opens Ralston-Purina Plant Opens March 10, 1925 Description of the new plant located in the East Bottomns Industrial District opening March 1925. Includes photo of the plant and statistics about the building.

131. Ready for a Rebound Ready for a Rebound March 15, 2005 Article features photos, history, and statistics of Gear For Sports, a sportswear production company based in Lenexa, Kansas. Founded in 1974 as Winning Ways by Bob Wolff.

132. Renaissance in Kansas City Renaissance in Kansas City July//1946 Report on the "outstanding progress" in reform of Kansas City's government (following the imprisonment of former boss Tom Pendergast), with financial statistics.

133. Room with a View Room with a View April 6, 2009 Special two-page description with photographs and diagrams of the changes made to Kauffman Stadium in its renovation. Includes statistics about number of seats, etc.

134. SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection 1980 – 2005, bulk 1990s The materials within the KCPL Reference Hard to Find (HTF) Collection were compiled by Kansas City Public Library reference librarians and staff members to provide an easy to access source of information...

135. SC167 Kansas City Stockyards SC167 Kansas City Stockyards 1828-1983 and n.d. The Kansas City Stockyards operated in the West Bottoms of Kansas City from 1871 to 1991. It was the second largest stockyards in the nation and one of Kansas City’s most important industries. This collection...

136. SC167 Kansas City Stockyards Finding Aid SC167 Kansas City Stockyards Finding Aid

137. SC167 Kansas City Stockyards Finding Aid SC167 Kansas City Stockyards Finding Aid

138. SC63 Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid SC63 Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid 1820-1970 (bulk 1880-1950) The vertical files in this collection contain items found in the regular vertical files of the Special Collections department that were determined to be too old and fragile to be left in the files. The...

139. SC82 ACT-UP/Kansas City Chapter Records Finding Aid SC82 ACT-UP/Kansas City Chapter Records Finding Aid 1987-1995 AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power/KC (ACT-UP/KC) was founded in September 1988 with the purpose of promoting AIDS awareness, treatments, and victim's rights through aggressive activism. ACT-UP/KC held numerous...

140. SC89 Jason Rogers Papers Finding Aid SC89 Jason Rogers Papers Finding Aid 1923-1929 (bulk 1925-1928) Jason Rogers was born in New York City in 1868. He dropped out of grammar school and worked his way up in the journalism trade to become an expert in newspaper publishing and advertising. He was the author...