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101. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of James Patton (1858-1905), "president of the Bank of Commerce at the stockyards in Kansas City." Native of Indiana coming to Kansas City in 1899 as a banker and former lumber dealer....

102. Kansas City: An American Story Kansas City: An American Story 1999 Chapter of the book about the mutual growth of Kansas City and its livestock industry, including the Stockyards, meat packing companies, railroads, and the like and all located in the West Bottoms, with...

103. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development 1890 Photos of Charles Morse (general manager), E. E. Richardson (secretary and treasurer), and Harry Child (superintendent), officers of the KansasCity Stockyards.

104. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development 1890 Photos of C. F. Morse, or Charles Morse, as general manager of the Kansas City Stockyards and a director of the Commercial Club.

105. Kansas City: Once the Sodom-Gomorrah of the Short Grass, It Has Now Repented, Waxed Fat and Respectable Kansas City: Once the Sodom-Gomorrah of the Short Grass, It Has Now Repented, Waxed Fat and Respectable March//1950 Extensive article about constants and changes in the character of Kansas City, including its vice, violence, and corruption of the late 1800s and 1930s. Also a descriptive section on Independence and several...

106. Kansas City: Where the Frontier Lingers Kansas City: Where the Frontier Lingers June//1928 Article describing Kansas City and its history in light of the 1928 Republican National Convention, stressing its changing character toward civility from its rough-hewn beginnings on the Western frontier....

107. KC to Host 17,000 FFA Youth KC to Host 17,000 FFA Youth October-November//1975 Article about the history of the Future Farmers of America organization, "a Kansas City product, originating in the old Hotel Baltimore," in 1924 and becoming associated with the Stockyards and the American...

108. KC's Animal Health Corridor Lands Bullseye KC’s Animal Health Corridor Lands Bullseye May 2013 A 2006 study showed that “the area between the cities of Manhattan, Kan., Columbia, Mo. and St. Joseph, Mo. has the world’s largest concentration of animal health industry assets.” Known as the KC...

109. Last Royal at the Stock Yards Last Royal at the Stock Yards October/21/1912 Photo and article about the big Kansas City show moving to a new permanent location uptown, describing the Royal's hold on people with horse and cattle awards.

110. Livestock Show an Early Attraction Livestock Show an Early Attraction June//1974 1908 photograph of the American Royal show with early history.

111. Louis O. Honig Scrapbooks Finding Aid Louis O. Honig Scrapbooks Finding Aid 1855-1951 (bulk 1937-1950) Three scrapbooks compiled by Honig that has newspaper clippings, photos, etc., and information on Westport, Kansas City, and places in the state of Missouri. Louis Honig was the author of "Westport: Gateway...

112. Man Cleaning Stockyards, Kansas City Area Man Cleaning Stockyards, Kansas City Area n.d. Man spraying water from a large hose near another man riding a tractor-type vehicle at livestock pens. Handwritten in pencil on the back of photo are the words: "Cleaning pen before another feeding."

113. Man Mounted on Horse Man Mounted on Horse Man atop horse, probably at the Kansas City Stockyards.

114. Man Washing Stockyards, Kansas City Area Man Washing Stockyards, Kansas City Area n.d. Man spraying water from a large hose, cleaning livestock pens. Back of photo has handwritten note in pencil: "washing pens."

115. Mary Handly Linton Papers and Slide Collection Finding Aid Mary Handly Linton Papers and Slide Collection Finding Aid 1811-1962 Mary Handly Linton was a local poet and author of books of verse. The collection contains both her personal papers and slide collection of approximately 3800 slides. Included with the personal papers are...

116. Me and My . . . Livestock Exchange Building Me and My . . . Livestock Exchange Building July 11, 2004 Article recalls Jay Dillingham's memories of July, 1951, when the 1951 Flood ravaged the Kansas City Stockyards, of which Dillingham was president and chairman of the board.

117. Meatpacking in Kansas City, Kansas Meatpacking in Kansas City, Kansas 2007 The index of this book has several references to Kansas City, Kansas, about various topics about the meatpacking industry and stockyards. The Armour Company, as well as many other companies associated...

118. Meatpacking, Milling, and the Rise of Kansas City, Kansas Meatpacking, Milling, and the Rise of Kansas City, Kansas 2004 Section of book chapter analyzing the growth of Kansas City, Kansas from the years 1880-1950. Describes the importance of the Kansas Ctiy Stockyards and the meatpacking industry to the development of the...

119. Men Touring Stockyards Men Touring Stockyards Two men on horseback touring Stockyards.

120. Men Working with Cattle Men Working with Cattle n.d. Partial view of men prodding cattle in a livestock pen with a broomhandle.