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1. World War I Veterinary Corp Banquet World War I Veterinary Corp Banquet 1918 Interior group scene of World War I soldiers seated at tables and identified as "Alpha Psi, banquet and dance at Hotel Patten, Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 26-1918, Veterinary Corps, Camp Greenleaf, Chickamauga...

2. 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...

3. 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 January 1, 1979 Illlustrated article giving a description of the flood control projects of the Army Corps of Engineers in Jackson and Clay Counties, Missouri, on the Little Platte River for the new Smithville Lake and...

4. 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.

5. 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...

6. 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 January1, 1979 Photos with drawings showing the modification of the the Little Blue River with dams and lakes, by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, in order to control its potential flooding and to create recreational...

7. Walter G. Slagle Walter G. Slagle circa 1917-1918 Full body view of World War I soldier in uniform identified as 1st Lt. Slagle, thought to be Walter G. Slagle. Location of picture not given. He was a member of Battery A, 129th Field Artillery.

8. Veterinary School Classroom Blackboard Veterinary School Classroom Blackboard circa 1917-1918 Interior view of a blackboard with drawing and identification of an unidentified animal spine, perhaps a horse. It is believed to have been taken at the Kansas City Veterinary College.

9. Veterinary School Classroom Blackboard Veterinary School Classroom Blackboard circa 1917-1918 Interior, close-up view of what appears to be a classroom blackboard used for instruction at the Kansas City Veterinary College. Includes diagram of a complete horse on the right and perhaps a leg joint...

10. 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...

11. The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856 The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856 Winter, 1966 In the first paragraph of the article, the author poses these questions: "To what extent was the army used as a peace-maintaining force and to what degree was it truly neutral? If the army was relatively...

12. The First Captain of Battery A The First Captain of Battery A August 3, 1917 Seated portrait identified as "Lieutenant Colonel in the World's great war of 1917-18." Identified underneath photo as "the first Captain of Battery A" which was part of the 129th Field Artillery. According...

13. The Bever Trail The Bever Trail Spring 2004 Fort Sill in Oklahoma was the site of the first military execution of a United States Army man in Oklahoma in World War II. His name was Harry Ralph Bever who was a gangster born in Millgrove, Missouri....

14. The "American R.E.s": Kansas City's Railway Engineers in the Great War The "American R.E.s": Kansas City's Railway Engineers in the Great War Spring//2002 The story of a company of railway engineers from Company D, Twelfth Engineers (Light Railway) who were recruited in Kansas City.

15. SC113 Forrest L. Hart Papers Finding Aid SC113 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,...

16. Samuel J. Blocher Samuel J. Blocher ca. 1948 Portrait (with editorial notes written directly on print) of Lt. Col. Samuel J. Blocher. Blocher assumed command at midnight on the evening of September 30, 1948, when the Kansas City Quartermaster Depot...

17. 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...

18. Roy T. Olney Roy T. Olney circa 1917-1918 View of uniformed World War I soldier mounted on a horse and identified as Captain Olney, who was a member of Company A, 129th Field Artillery. Location not given.

19. Roy Olney Roy Olney February 20, 1918 Head and shoulders portrait of a World War I soldier in uniform identified as Captain Olney of Battery A. Notations in scrapbook indicate that he gave a talk about Camp Doniphan to an afternoon meeting...

20. 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.