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21. Dr. John Edward Perry Dr. John Edward Perry File containing a photo and information on Dr. John Edward Perry, or J. Edward Perry (1870-1962), a pioneer African American physician in Kansas City. Native of Texas coming here in 1903 as builder of...

22. Early African American Ministers Early African American Ministers 2006 Three ministers are listed in the book as early forces in the pre-World War I African American community in Kansas City. They include: Samuel William Bacote, pastor of the Second Baptist Church; T.H. Ewing...

23. Early African American Religious Leaders In Kansas City Early African American Religious Leaders In Kansas City 2006 Under the heading of "Religious Leadership" in Chapter 3 is mentioned the following men: Samuel Bacote (Second Baptist); James Hurse (St. Stephen's); T.H. Ewing (Vine Street) and D. A. Holmes (Vine Street)....

24. Ex-Slave Claims She Is Oldest Nebraskan Ex-Slave Claims She Is Oldest Nebraskan August 17, 1956 Biographical article about “Mrs. Emma Davis of 2001 Vine Street,” who claimed to be “the oldest living citizen of Nebraska” at the age of 109 in 1956, “having moved to Lincoln in 1947.” Davis...

25. Finding Beauty in the Ordinary Finding Beauty in the Ordinary July 29, 2006 Review of show "Way South" by painter Henry Dixon at the Vine Street Studio Art Gallery.

26. Gallery has a Hot New Location Gallery has a Hot New Location November 1, 2012 Article announces that Pat Jordan, a Kansas City art dealer, has moved her gallery into the former Station 11 firehouse located at 2033 Vine Street. Jordan is interviewed and explains her decision to relocate...

27. George Brown, Jr. George Brown, Jr. File contains photos and an obituary for George Brown, Jr., a 30-year-old African American Colorado state legislator. He was a native Kansan and former resident of Kansas City, Missouri, at 1870 Vine Street....

28. Goin' to Kansas City Revisited Goin' to Kansas City Revisited December, 2005-January, 2006 Brief article describing the history and September, 2005 dedication of the "Goin' to Kansas City Plaza" park, located at 12th Street and Vine. The park honors Kansas City's jazz history, as well as the...

29. Great K. C. Jazz Area to Be Revived Great K. C. Jazz Area to Be Revived December//1977 Article about the redevelopment project of the 18th & Vine District by the Black Economic Union and the 18th & Vine Commercial Revitalizatoin Committee.

30. Ground Breaking: Development Slated for Vine Street District Ground Breaking: Development Slated for Vine Street District May 2001 Illustrated map and article about the plans "for a 96-acre development project known as the Vine Street District," bounded "roughly by 19th and 25th Streets, The Paseo and Brooklyn Avenue" with "breathtaking...

31. Ground Breaking: The Vine Keeps Growing Ground Breaking: The Vine Keeps Growing December 2001 Illustration and article about "the multifamily development that will be part of the new Vine Street District, KC's single largest redevelopment project." Project made possible by the "collaboration between...

32. History of the [Old Folks and Orphans'] Home History of the [Old Folks and Orphans'] Home March 1900 Photocopy of a magazine article with photos and history of the Old Folks and Orphans' Home "established in December 1889, in a rented building for the purpose of providing food and shelter for aged and...

33. Homer Roberts and Reuben Street Homer Roberts and Reuben Street 2006 Book excerpt about Homer Roberts and Reuben and Ella Street, early black businesspeople of Kansas City. Roberts was "one of the first African American car salesmen in the country" and Reuben Street was...

34. Insurance Insurance ca1940's File contains one issue (October 1947) of The Crusader, a newsletter of the Atlanta Life Insurance Company, which at that time had an office located at 1839 Vine Street in Kansas City.

35. James Crews James Crews December 17, 1953 The first black to be regularly employed by the Kansas City post offices was James Crews. The post office station at 1825 Vine Street was named for him. Also from the Kansas City Star, August 27, 1953,...

36. Kansas City Camelots Kansas City Camelots July 30, 2005 Article describes and includes photos of "castles" in Kansas City area: the Lantz Welch home in Kansas City, north; The Castle at 2001 Vine; Tiffany House at 100 Garfield; and Wallace House at 3200 Norledge....

37. Kansas City's Vine Street Kansas City's Vine Street 2008 This chapter is a "study of the special urban sites of black city-dwellers in Deep Deuce, as Oklahoma City's East Second Street was known, and Vine Street, black Kanas City's main stem (more specifically,...

38. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Photo and bio of Alfred Suydam, "proprietor of the Up-to-Date Bakery at Nos. 2402 to 2412 Vine street," called "the second largest establishment of this character in Kansas City." Born in Illinois in 1860...

39. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Photo and bio of Judge John Wofford (1836-1907), a lawyer and judge of Kansas City. Native of Georgia coming to Kansas City as a lawyer and Confederate veteran "contribut[ing] special articles to the Kansas...

40. KC @ 150--Lasting Legacies: 135 More KC @ 150--Lasting Legacies: 135 More May/21/2000 Biographical sketch of Samuel Eason (?-1920), founder of "what became the Niles Home for Children," starting in 1883 as a bricklayer to take in needy African-American children to his home at 1406 Vine...