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1. A Pioneer Banker Reminisces. A Pioneer Banker Reminisces. May-June, 1943 In this article George S. Hovey, Chairman of the Board of Inter-State National Bank, recounts his experiences with the Bank and the Live Stock Exchange.

2. Flood Damaged Area Flood Damaged Area 1951 View of a pig wandering among an area damaged by the 1951 Flood; shows Faultless Starch Co. in background.

3. Flood Damaged Area Flood Damaged Area 1951 View of pig carcasses near unidentified building in the aftermath of the 1951 Flood.

4. Hammerslough & Co. Hammerslough & Co. 1882 Advertising card for "Hammerslough & Co., One Price Clothiers" showing a funny picture of a dog biting a pig's ear and a man, woman, and child, one behind the other, tugging on the dog's tail. Front of...

5. History of the Kansas City Stock Yards. History of the Kansas City Stock Yards. May-June 1914 This article provides a brief history of the stock yards from the time of their founding. The editor cites the source as a manuscript compiled from "old timers".

6. Kansas City Oat Meal & Cereal Co. Kansas City Oat Meal & Cereal Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Kansas City Oat Meal & Cereal Co. showing a man with pipe walking behind a pig. Front of card says: “Why is the pig the most curious of all animals?” Back of card says: "Eat Atlas...

7. Long Bros. Long Bros. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Long Bros., agents for Borden Selleck & Co., showing three children trying to weigh a pig on a scale. Front of card says: “Howe Scale.” Front lower right corner says: "Donaldson...

8. Men Capturing Pig Men Capturing Pig 1951 Three unidentified men attempting to capture a pig displaced by the 1951 Flood.

9. Pig Enclosures Pig Enclosures n.d. View of pig pens and distant fields at the Kansas City Municipal Farm.

10. Pig Enclosures Pig Enclosures 1949 Overhead view of an unidentified man standing near a row of pig pens known as "Maternity Row" at the Kansas City Municipal Farm.

11. Pigs Feeding Pigs Feeding Group of pigs feeding inside a pen.

12. Pigs in Enclosure Pigs in Enclosure March 11, 1950 Unidentified man standing outside of a full pig pen at the Kansas City Municipal Farm.

13. Pigs Moving into Pen Pigs Moving into Pen Looking down at unidentified man guiding pigs through a stall.

14. Pigs near Trough Pigs near Trough n.d. Unidentified man working with pigs near a feeding trough at the Kansas City Municipal Farm.

15. Stock Yards Rangers: Mounted Auxiliary Police. Stock Yards Rangers: Mounted Auxiliary Police. May-June//1943 Article provides a description of the Stock Yards Rangers who patrol the yards. This was the only arrangement of its kind in the country.

16. Swift and Company Exhibit Swift and Company Exhibit 1899 View of front of Swift and Company street fair exhibit with two women standing on either side of a large hog statue. "Handwritten on front "Kansas City Street Fair exhibit 1899."

17. The Hog Market as it is Today. The Hog Market as it is Today. May-June//1943 The author provides an overview of the hog industry and the Kansas City market.

18. The Kansas City Live Stock Exchange. The Kansas City Live Stock Exchange. May-June//1943 R.A. Willis, President of the Kansas City Live Stock Exchange, provides an overview of the operation of the Exchange.

19. West Bottoms after 1951 Flood West Bottoms after 1951 Flood 1951 View of pigs displaced by the 1951 Flood walking through a damaged area in the West Bottoms.

20. Whyte Brothers Grocery Whyte Brothers Grocery Postcard of the interior of the E. Whyte Grocery, Fruit & Wine Company