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1. 150 Facts About Kansas City 150 Facts About Kansas City 2000 List of 150 facts prepared for the sesquicentennial of Kansas City in 2000.

2. Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 Exterior view of soldiers lined up by tents. Identified as "Waiting For Inoculation Against Typhoid. Camp Doniphan, Okla." Camp Doniphan was located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Battery A was sent there for...

3. From Virginia to Missouri in 1846: The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Cooley From Virginia to Missouri in 1846: The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Cooley January 1966 Elizabeth Ann Cooley was born July 21, 1825, in Grayson County, Virginia. She died of typhoid fever on March 28, 1848, being 22 years old. In her first journal (1842-1846) she wrote of her life in Virginia...

4. Independence, MO, Swope Residence Independence, MO, Swope Residence Postcard of the Swope Residence, Independence, MO

5. William H. Cutler Dead William H. Cutler Dead January//1907 Death notice for local architect William H. Cutler. Her was with the firm of Howe, Hoit & Cutler and died January 6, 1907 of typhoid fever. He had lived in Kansas City for six years and was buried in Chicago....