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1. An Interview With Lounner Pemberton An Interview With Lounner Pemberton 1976-05-20 Interviewer: Horace M. Peterson III. Interview recorded May 20, 1976. 2 sound cassettes (ca. 60 minutes): analog, stereo.; 5 7/8 x 2 1/2 in., 1/8 in. tape2 sound discs; digital; 4 3/4 in. Has printed guide...

2. Charles B. Wheeler Charles B. Wheeler File contains a pamphlet with photos, illustrations, and information on the 1970 campaign (for county executive) of Dr. Charles Wheeler (later mayor of Kansas City) and Joseph Teasdale, a native Kansas...

3. Charles Wheeler Charles Wheeler N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of Charles Wheeler, a Kansas City mayor.

4. Children's Mercy Hospital Dedication Children's Mercy Hospital Dedication 1968-05-09 View of some type of dedication ceremony at Children's Mercy Hospital. Included with those seated on the podium are two Kansas City mayors, Charles Wheeler and Ilus Davis.

5. City Window Interview with Mayor Charles B. Wheeler City Window Interview with Mayor Charles B. Wheeler October-November//1974 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Charles Wheeler, a physician, mayor, and former coroner of Kansas City. Discussion of issues facing the city "in the areas of urban renewal" at "the Pershing...

6. Former Mayor Charles B. Wheeler, Jr. Former Mayor Charles B. Wheeler, Jr. September 2004 Article contains a concise biography of Charles Wheeler, who has retained close family ties to Westport. Born at Trinity Lutheran Hospital, he graduated from Westport High School in 1942.

7. Kansas City Modern: Growing Pains and Pleasures Kansas City Modern: Growing Pains and Pleasures February 1974 Article about the city of Kansas City in general, highlighting its history of social stratification, with description of the following Kansas Citians, among others: (1) Jay Dillingham, (2) Evan Connell,...

8. Mayor's Son Changes Name Mayor's Son Changes Name March/30/1978 Biographical article about the name change of the 20-year-old son of Mayor Charles Wheeler from Graham Williams Wheeler to simply Graham Wheeler due "to constant inquiries 'as to whether or not he is related...

9. Memories from a Public Life Memories from a Public Life November 15, 2013 Article announces the public sale of items associated with the estate of former Kansas City mayor Charles B. Wheeler Jr. Wheeler is interviewed and describes some of the items up for sale as well as his...

10. Missouri Riverfront Scene Missouri Riverfront Scene ca1970 Unidentified men being lowered on a platform by a crane near the bank of the Missouri River. Man on platform with pipe appears to be Mayor Charles Wheeler.

11. One Big Question for Each Candidate One Big Question for Each Candidate January 30, 2011 In depth article featuring Kansas City mayor candidates on the February 22, 2011, primary ballot. These include Mike Burke, Mark Funkhouse (incumbent), Deb Hermann, Henry Klein, Sly James, Jim Rowland,...

12. Our "Do-It-Now" Mayor Our "Do-It-Now" Mayor September/26/1971 Photos and biographical article about Dr. Charles Wheeler, Jr., newly-elected mayor of Kansas City in 1971 as well as a licensed lawyer and physician, conducting scientific research at his laboratory....

13. Players Players August 2002 Short article with photograph about the former Kansas City mayor and now unopposed candidate for state senator from the 10th District.

14. That Debate: Charles & Sarah, the Uncut Version That Debate: Charles & Sarah, the Uncut Version April//1975 Interview (with questions asked by the author) and dialogue of the debate between Sarah Snow and Charles Wheeler, candidates for mayor of Kansas City in 1975, with discussion on relevant local issues.

15. The Last Word: Making Amends The Last Word: Making Amends June 1979 Photo and article advocating legalized horse racing in Missouri and Kansas City, written by Dr. Charles Wheeler, former coroner and mayor of Kansas City.

16. The Man on the 29th Floor The Man on the 29th Floor July-August//1976 Photos and biographical article about Dr. Charles Wheeler, Jr., "a forensic doctor--a lawyer and a doctor"--and mayor of Kansas City with offices on the 29th floor of City Hall.

17. The Northeast News Conducted Interviews With the Three (Democratic) Candidates For Missouri Senate District The Northeast News Conducted Interviews With the Three (Democratic) Candidates For Missouri Senate District 10…. July 2002 Published accounts of interviews with the three candidates who are seeking the Democratic ticket nomination for Missouri Senate District 10. They include Suellen Dice, former Kansas City mayor Charles...

18. The Once and Future King? [and] Pretender to the Throne The Once and Future King? [and] Pretender to the Throne March 1975 Photos and accompanying articles about the Kansas City mayoral race between Charles Wheeler (incumbent) and Sarah Snow (challenger) and topics for debate in 1975.

19. The Wheeler Years: Mayors Image as Clown, Loner Clings After Two Eventful Terms The Wheeler Years: Mayors Image as Clown, Loner Clings After Two Eventful Terms March 26, 1979 Article analyzing Charles Wheeler's two terms as mayor of Kansas City, Missouri. The author describes Wheeler's penchant for clowning and hat-wearing, as well as his leadership style.

20. What Makes Charlie Run? What Makes Charlie Run? February//1975 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Charles Wheeler, Jr., mayor of Kansas City.