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181. We Do More than Look at Movies We Do More than Look at Movies May/5/1968 Description of Richard Corben, an "animation artist" working for Calvin Productions, Incorporated, at 1105 Truman Road, gaining "national recognition" for his animated movies in a science fiction or fantasy...

182. Webb Family Settled at Oak Grove in 1836--Once Numbered 500-600 Here Webb Family Settled at Oak Grove in 1836--Once Numbered 500-600 Here Summer//1979 Photo (of the Watt Webb castle) and biographical article about the family of Watt Webb, resident of a large stone building on Truman Road "designed to look like the castles of Europe." Also description...

183. Wheeling & Dealing Wheeling & Dealing July 23, 2006 Feature article about the auto businesses along Truman Road. Currently more than 50 related businesses cover the five-mile heart of the corridor from downtown to I-435. Includes photographs and a graphic...

184. Where the Bird Rests Where the Bird Rests August/27/1967 Photo and caption about the Lincoln Cemetery (at 8604 East Truman Road in Kansas City, Missouri) grave of Charlie Parker (1920-1955), a prominent black jazz musician nicknamed Bird in his start in 1930s...

185. William A. Kimsey William A. Kimsey October/3/1969 Photo and obituary for William Kimsey, a former slave dying at the age of 110 on October 2, 1969. Description of his life and career, "[b]orn into slavery March 20, 1859, in Louisville, Ky.," and brought...