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1. ''Proud We Are'' Private Rhinehart and the College Company of the Twenty-second Kansas Volunteers ''Proud We Are'' Private Rhinehart and the College Company of the Twenty-second Kansas Volunteers Summer 1999 Article discussing the journal of Private Rhinehart of the College Company volunteer soldiers from Kansas for the Spanish-American War.

2. ''They Faltered Not'' ''They Faltered Not'' February 1, 2005 Short history of the First Kansas Colored Volunteers during the Civil War and specifically Missouri's Battle of Island Mound which was the first battle for any black regiment. Republican Kansas Senator...

3. A Lesson in The Arts A Lesson in The Arts September 18, 2011 Cover story with pictures tells of the Alcott Arts Center at 180 S. 18th St., Kansas City, Kansas. Named for Louisa May Alcott, the center provides music, theater, and art for children. The nonprofit organization...

4. A Plan to Meet Disaster A Plan to Meet Disaster February//1952 Article regarding the necessity of trained workers for employment in flood control and relief work over untrained volunteers.

5. Adele Hall, Woman of the Year Adele Hall, Woman of the Year September 2000 Mrs. Hall is named "Woman of the Year" by The Central Exchange.

6. Angels: The $400 Was Found Money, but a Homeless Mom Returned It and Won More than Dollars Could Buy Angels: The $400 Was Found Money, but a Homeless Mom Returned It and Won More than Dollars Could Buy March/11/1991 Photos and biographical article about the Kansas City homeless family of Rosemary Pritchett and their help received in renovating an abandoned home in return for a found bank check.

7. Because of Grants, Volunteers: Jail & Museum Get New Exterior Because of Grants, Volunteers: Jail & Museum Get New Exterior Fall//1995 Illlustrated article about the renovation of the exterior of the 1859 Jail, Marshal's Home and Museum in Independence.

8. Biography of Frank A. Theis (1899-1965), Grain Merchant Biography of Frank A. Theis (1899-1965), Grain Merchant 1999

9. Biography of John B. Bisceglia (1891-1988), Clergyman Biography of John B. Bisceglia (1891-1988), Clergyman 2010

10. Biography of Theodore S. Case (1832-1900), Soldier, Scientist, and Physician Biography of Theodore S. Case (1832-1900), Soldier, Scientist, and Physician 2008

11. Biography of William Chick (1794-1847), Pioneer Biography of William Chick (1794-1847), Pioneer 2008

12. Broadcast Feuds: KKFI's Leaders Wage War on the Station's Founders Broadcast Feuds: KKFI's Leaders Wage War on the Station's Founders March/7-13/2002 Article describing recent disputes between the Friends of Community Radio, a group of KKFI-FM employees and volunteers, and the radio station's current management.

13. Capturing the Castle Capturing the Castle June 26-July 2, 2014 Article describes the efforts of volunteers working to restore the Vine Street Workhouse, otherwise known as the Castle, located at 2001 Vine Street. Daniel and Ebony Edwards are interviewed and describe...

14. CASA Provides Voices for Abused and Neglected Children CASA Provides Voices for Abused and Neglected Children June/3-9/1999 Describes the program matching volunteers with abused children making their way through the court system.

15. CCO(Chief Charitable Officer) CCO(Chief Charitable Officer) February/23/2000 Landon H. Rowland, had of Kansas City Southern Industries, Inc., also finds time to volunteer for many local organizations.

16. City Mourns Loss of Elmwood Cemetery Deer City Mourns Loss of Elmwood Cemetery Deer August 6, 2013 Article on Ella, a deer who made her home at Elmwood Cemetery at Truman Road and Van Brunt Boulevard. Born in the cemetery in 2011, Ella became a common site to volunteers, visitors, and mourners. She...

17. Civil War Items Civil War Items 1863, n.d. This folder contains two items. One is an undated program entitled "Service to the Memory of William Tecumseh Sherman", Academy of Music, Brooklyn, Thursday Evening, May 7th. The second item is a company...

18. Consumer's Training Course Consumer's Training Course 1940s? Information sheet and registration form for the "Consumer Interest Training Course," the "Official Missouri State and Kansas City Civilian Defense course required for volunteers in Consumer Protection"...

19. David B. McKee David B. McKee 1864-1895 Folder contains two discharge papers for David B. McKee, a Corporal in A.S. Grant's Company, California Volunteers. One is dated 1864 which includes his re-enlistment and the other is dated 1866. Also...

20. Elmwood Needs You Elmwood Needs You October/4/2000 In the "Point of View" column of the newspaper it is pointed out that Elmwood Cemetery is in need of money to keep it up and volunteers for groundskeeping duties are needed.