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1. From One Dam, More Power and Water for a Sixth of U. S. From One Dam, More Power and Water for a Sixth of U. S. August/8/1958 Article about the hydroelectric power and reservoir water gained by the new Oahe Dam on the Missouri River in South Dakota, providing both flood control and irrigation water for farmers, built by the United...

2. U.S. Base Closings Include KC Units U.S. Base Closings Include KC Units August 25, 2005 Article discusses the approval by the Base Realignment and Closure Commission of Pentagon plans to close or realign Army and Navy bases around the country, including some in Kansas and Missouri. Map of...

3. Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Winter 2002 Article gives a general history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and details the events that took place during the group's stay at ''Kaw's Point'' (the mouth of the Kansas River at the Missouri River)...

4. Boom on the Missouri Boom on the Missouri October/13/1946 Article with large photos, map, and captions about the proposed "broad plan for control and development--an MVA like the TVA" of the Missouri River valley, with dams to be built by the United States Army...

5. Russell A. Osmun Russell A. Osmun ca. 1944 Autographed portrait of Brig. Gen. Russell A. Osmun, who was commanding officer at the Kansas City Quartermaster Depot, 601 Hardesty Avenue. Osmun spoke to the South Central Business Association at a September...

6. Outline of the Posts in the Military Division of the Missouri, Commanded by Lieutenant General P. H. Outline of the Posts in the Military Division of the Missouri, Commanded by Lieutenant General P. H. Sheridan //1876 Book about United States Army outposts in the military division of Missouri, with descriptions, floor plan drawings, and maps of the forts.

7. Introduction to Lieutenant G. K. Warren's 1855 and 1856 Manuscript Maps of the Missouri River Introduction to Lieutenant G. K. Warren's 1855 and 1856 Manuscript Maps of the Missouri River 2012 Book section introduces a manuscript map set consisting of thirty-nine plates that was made by William H. Hutton and J. Hudson Snowden during the summers of 1855 and 1856 under the direction of Lieutenant...

8. Forrest L. Hart Papers Finding Aid Forrest L. Hart Papers Finding Aid 1916-1981 Collection of items related to Dr. Forrest L. Hart of Hiawatha, Kansas, a veterinarian who graduated from the Kansas City Veterinary College in 1918. The collection includes newspaper clippings, programs,...

9. Major General Lionel C. McGarr Major General Lionel C. McGarr November 5, 1957 Commandant of the United States Army Command and General Staff College and Commanding General of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Maj. Gen. McGarr, addressed the SCBA luncheon on ''The New Concept of Fighting...

10. Black Regiments in Civil War Black Regiments in Civil War Comprehensive list of United States Army black regiments in 1861-1865.

11. Missouri River, Mouth to Kansas City Missouri River, Mouth to Kansas City 1924 Continuation of title, "Revision from Airplane Photographs, July 15, 1924. In 50 sheets. Sheet No. 48."

Map shows a stretch of the Missouri River which includes Wayne City Bend, Liberty Bend, Mills...

12. Missouri River, Mouth to Kansas City Missouri River, Mouth to Kansas City 1924 Continuation of title, "Revision from Airplane Photographs, July 15, 1924. In 50 sheets. Sheet No. 49."

Map shows a stretch of the Missouri River which includes Randolph Bend, Big Blue Bend, and...

13. Missouri River, Mouth to Kansas City Missouri River, Mouth to Kansas City 1924 Continuation of title, "Revision from Airplane Photographs, July 15, Aug. 21, 1924. In 50 sheets. Sheet No. 50."

Map of a stretch of the Missouri River from Quindaro Bend and the Fairfax Drainage...

14. Where's Waldo? Where's Waldo? February 2008 David Waldo, early entrepreneur who made his fortune from "trading with Mexico, shipping freight for the United States Army to their forts in the southwest, and carrying the mail," also owned a branch...

15. Water Resources Development by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers in Missouri Water Resources Development by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers in Missouri 1979 Description and photos of the new Truman Dam and Truman Lake "on the Osage River about 1 mile upstream from Warsaw, at the headwaters of the Lake of the Ozarks." Designed for flood control and hydroelectric...

16. Water Resources Development by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers in Missouri Water Resources Development by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers in Missouri 1965 Description of the flood control projects in the Kansas City area, especially concerning the West Bottoms area after the 1951 flood.

17. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior lawn, pagaent scene. According to an advertising announcement in the scrapbook, a military musical to benefit Battery D. Mo. F.A. was held in conjunction with the Kansas City Chapter of the DAR...

18. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior lawn, reception scene with child and adult in view under a canopy tent. Identified as "Home at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's." According to an advertising announcement in the scrapbook, a military musical...

19. Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 Exterior view identified as "Artillery on hike. Camp Doniphan, Okla." Battery A from Kansas City was sent to Camp Doniphan (Fort Sill) to train for active duty in World War I.

20. Fort Sill, Oklahoma Fort Sill, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 Exterior view identified as "View of Medicine Creek at Fort Sill, Oklahoma." Soldiers on horseback and on foot are in view. Photograph may be a postcard. According to a newspaper clipping in the scrapbook,...