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181. Statue Honors Explorers Statue Honors Explorers April 26, 2000 Article describes the dedication of the Lewis and Clark statue located in Case Park near the Broadway Bridge in downtown Kansas City. Author Stephen Ambrose and Governer Mel Carnahan were speakers at the...

182. Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty 1989 Full view of replica of the Statue of Liberty; located at Meyer Boulevard and Prospect.

183. Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty Full view.

184. Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty File contains newspaper articles and includes article that appeared in the Kansas City Star, July 4, 2005, D1:2, that describes the statues in this area and has a map showing their location in both Kansas...

185. Statues Statues Information and articles about statues in the Kansas City area.

186. Statues and Sky Stations Statues and Sky Stations August 7, 2005 Article profiles Kansas City, Missouri's "One Percent for Art" program, which sets aside 1 percent of "the engineer's estimate of the cost of constructing or remodeling any municipal building" for "aesthetic...

187. Studio Architecture, Building, and Furnishing: Beauty in Community Planning Studio Architecture, Building, and Furnishing: Beauty in Community Planning April//1937 Article expounding on the positive aspects of the planning of the Country Club District, earning it a Good Housekeeping Shield of approval.

188. Surveying the History of the American West Surveying the History of the American West March 12, 2004 Captioned picture of the bronze statue of frontier scout Jim Bridger placed at the National Frontier Trails Museum in Independence, Missouri. The sculpture was done by Tom Beard and an official dedication...

189. Tarnished Monument Stands as a Reminder of 'Big Jim' Tarnished Monument Stands as a Reminder of 'Big Jim' Feburary 11, 1987 Biographical article about James Pendergast, early political boss of the West Bottoms as First Ward Alderman and older brother of Tom Pendergast. Jim Pendergast was a native of Saint Joseph, Missouri coming...

190. The Forum Essay: Real and Unreal Reactionary Art Rides High in Kansas City The Forum Essay: Real and Unreal Reactionary Art Rides High in Kansas City May-June//1986 Article about the types of statements made by Kansas City sculptures such as "The Main Event" by Robert Scriver at 49th and Main Streets, in the context of art theory.

191. The Hiker Statue The Hiker Statue 1989 Full view of the monument to the soldiers of the Spanish-American War; located in Penn Valley Park near Liberty Memorial.

192. The Historic John Brown Statue of Wyandotte County The Historic John Brown Statue of Wyandotte County Spring 2002 Short article with information concerning the John Brown Statue located at Quindaro, Kansas. Includes photograph of the statue as well as a reprint of the coverage of the unveiling from the "Kansas City,...

193. The Junction The Junction Photos, illustrations, and information on the Junction of 9th, Main, and Delaware Streets, originally the site of the Elijah Jackson farm house in the 1840s and after the Civil War becoming the hub of...

194. The National Old Trails Road and the Part Played by Lexington in the Westward Movement The National Old Trails Road and the Part Played by Lexington in the Westward Movement //19?? Photo of the Madonna of the Trail or Pioneer Mother statue on the National Old Trails Road, commemorating the old trails before the paved highways.

195. The National Old Trails Road at Lexington The National Old Trails Road at Lexington January//1929 Photo, illustration, and article about the 1928 "unveil[ing] at Lexington, Missouri's monument to the Pioneer Mother--one of twelve memorials given by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution,...

196. The Pioneer Mother The Pioneer Mother June 2005 Article tells the story of the Vanderslice family and of The Pioneer Mother statue. Howard Vanderslice, whose family migrated to Westport from Kentucky, gave the statue to the City in 1927.

197. The Pioneer Mother: Comments on Mr. Howard Vanderslice, A. Phimister Proctor and the Pioneer Mother The Pioneer Mother: Comments on Mr. Howard Vanderslice, A. Phimister Proctor and the Pioneer Mother Statue 1928 Descriptions of the Pioneer Mother statue in Penn Valley Park, sculpted by A. Phimister Proctor (ca. 1862-1950) and commissioned by Howard Vanderslice before being shipped from Italy to Kansas City in...

198. The Scout The Scout 1975 Full view, looking east. Feather and bow missing.

199. The Scout The Scout 1985 Full view, looking northeast; also shows downtown skyline. Feather and bow missing.

200. The Scout The Scout 1932 Full view, looking northeast; also shows downtown skyline.