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1. "Doc" Brown, Famous Kansas City Cake Walker "Doc" Brown, Famous Kansas City Cake Walker 2011 Manuscript about Kansas City cake walker Joseph "Doc" Brown (Doctor William Henry Joseph Cutter Brown), that consists of a chronological collection of 149 published articles, notices, and advertisements....

2. A Letter from Daniel Geary A Letter from Daniel Geary September//1970 Mention of John Boarman "buil[ding] the first business house, south of the Levee on the south side of Third Street about 100 feet east of Main Street" in Kansas City, circa 1857. Description of the city...

3. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Photo and bio of Milton Payne, a railroad investor and realtor and former mayor of Kansas City. Born in Kentucky in 1829 and coming to Kansas City in 1850 as a dry goods merchant before being elected mayor...

4. Atlas of Kansas City, Missouri: Extended Limits Atlas of Kansas City, Missouri: Extended Limits 1891 Map showing the cemetery at 29th and Grand Avenues. Available on microfilm.

5. Bingham Grave Should Stay in Kansas City Bingham Grave Should Stay in Kansas City July//1963 Short essay opposing the proposal to relocate the grave of George Caleb Bingham from Union Cemetery in Kansas City to Arrow Rock, Missouri.

6. Caretaker's Cottage at Union Cemetery Caretaker's Cottage at Union Cemetery 1995 Full frontal and side view of caretaker's cottage. Cemetery located at 28th and Warwick Trafficway.

7. Charlotte Campbell, 1832-1907 Charlotte Campbell, 1832-1907 April-May 2000 Brief biography of Charlotte Campbell, married to John Campbell, the English real estate investor. She was one of the founders of Central Presbyterian Church, and is buried in Union Cemetery.

8. Confederate Soldiers Monument Confederate Soldiers Monument Full frontal and side view of monument to 15 Confederate soldiers. Cemetery located at 28th and Warwick Trafficway.

9. Cowtown Chronicles: K. C.'s 150 Years Old--How's Your Local History I. Q.? Cowtown Chronicles: K. C.'s 150 Years Old--How's Your Local History I. Q.? May 2000 Photo and information about local history of the Kansas City metropolitan area in the form of a quiz, with "questions and locations" regarding the following: (1) the Archibald Rice home at 66th and Blue...

10. Death of Margaret Landis Former member of UCHS Death of Margaret Landis Former member of UCHS Autumn 2002 Obituary for author Margaret Landis, excerpted from the Kansas City Star. March 27, 2002.

11. Dedication Of the Ornamental Entrance To Union Cemetery Dedication Of the Ornamental Entrance To Union Cemetery 1954 An eight page typewritten paper originally presented as an address by City Counselor David Proctor at the dedication of the new entrance to Union Cemetery at 28th Street Terrace and Warwick Trafficway,...

12. Digitizing Union Cemetery Records an Ongoing Process Digitizing Union Cemetery Records an Ongoing Process Winter 2006 Rick Graff, board vice president of Union Cemetery, reports that he is making progress in putting the Union Cemetery burial records in to a database. As of this time records A through Fe have been recorded....

13. Dr. J. W. Parker Account Books Finding Aid Dr. J. W. Parker Account Books Finding Aid 1851-1872 (bulk 1856-1872) Dr. J. W. Parker was called John as well as James and settled in Westport, Missouri, in 1851 where he practiced medicine among the white settlers and the Shawnee, Wyandotte, and Delaware Indians. During...

14. F. C. Wornall, 96, Still Urges Monument to City's Pioneers F. C. Wornall, 96, Still Urges Monument to City's Pioneers February/24/1952 File containing a map and article about the plans for an improved entrance and addition of a "monument to the pioneer dead who lie in Union cemetery," first proposed by Francis Clay Wornall, or Frank Wornall...

15. Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy December 1922 Description of part of the Isaac McCoy farm set apart as the McCoy cemetery, labeled as part of Union Cemetery on the local history index card.

16. Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy October/3/1921 Mention of James Porter as purchaser of a farm from Isaac McCoy on land between "about 33rd street, on the south, extending north almost to the Union Cemetery; and from Main on the west, to about Locust...

17. Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy Farms Owned by Isaac McCoy October 3, 1921 Description of the land owned by Reverend Isaac McCoy as his first farm and burial site for his wife, Christiana McCoy, and other family members. According to the local history index card, all a part of...

18. Green Spaces Green Spaces March 2008 A brief history of the parks and boulevard system in Kansas City and future plans for downtown green spaces. Included is a detailed map of parks throughout the city. Kansas City is home to 214 parks and...

19. Jim Bridger Collection Finding Aid Jim Bridger Collection Finding Aid 1804-1881 This one box, 16 folder collection includes photographs, photocopied correspondence, newspaper clippings, and charts. The 24 photographs in this collection are primarily of Bridger relatives including...

20. Kansas City's Hidden Union Cemetery Kansas City's Hidden Union Cemetery December/27/1963 [O]ught to be one of the community's most popular sites. Needs entrance to add to the brick wall built by the Native Sons of Kansas City.