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41. Union Station Union Station 1915 Full frontal and side view of Union Station, looking northeast, in winter. Also shows steam shovel in foreground.

42. Union Station Union Station ca1915 Full frontal and side view of Union Station, looking northeast and showing drive leading to station, in winter.

43. Unidentified Residences Unidentified Residences n.d. View of residences and vacant lot near 84th Terrace and Central Avenue, with snow on the ground.

44. Unidentified Residence Unidentified Residence Street level view of an unidentified residence, taken in the winter with snow on the ground. The house number is 5640, street identification not given. The house may be on Ward Parkway in Kansas City,...

45. Unidentified Residence Unidentified Residence Street level view of an unidentified residence, taken in the winter with snow on the ground. The house number is 5640, street identification not given. The house may be on Ward Parkway in Kansas City,...

46. Two Men with Axes Two Men with Axes circia 1920s-1930s Winter scene of two men leaning against a cut tree while inspecting an axe. The man on the right is wearing a school letterman's sweater with a "West" patch.

47. Two Men Sawing a Log Two Men Sawing a Log circa 1920s-1930s Winter scene of two men posing next to a two-handled saw and cut log. They are in a wooded area next to a stream, and appear to be on a break. The man on the right is wearing a school letterman's sweater...

48. Two Men Chopping Wood Two Men Chopping Wood circa 1920s-1930s Winter scene of two men chopping down a tree. The man on the right is wearing a school letterman's sweater with a "West" patch.

49. Two Men at Union Station Two Men at Union Station circa 1930s Two men standing by what appears to be Union Station. They are wearing winter coats, and the man on the right is holding up his hat.

50. Troost Park Troost Park February 20, 1916 Troost Park in winter with leafless trees in Kansas City, Missouri. Car drives along road on right side of photo and a line of house is partially visible behind it.

51. Troost Avenue Troost Avenue January, 1930 Traffic near the intersection of 47th and Troost, in winter.

52. Troost Avenue Troost Avenue Postcard of Troost Avenue looking North towards 31st Street

53. Transportation Photograph Scrapbook Finding Aid Transportation Photograph Scrapbook Finding Aid 1910-1917 (bulk 1915) The collection includes 549 negatives and 318 original prints of images taken in the 1910s focusing on railroads and transportation and rural and urban life. The geographic scope is the Midwest, primarily...

54. Trading Gray for Blue: Ex-Confederates Hold the Upper Missouri For the Union Trading Gray for Blue: Ex-Confederates Hold the Upper Missouri For the Union Winter 2005 Confederate prisoners of war were allowed to enlist in the Union Army. Troops were needed along the Upper Missouri to protect forts and make peace with the Indians. The First U.S. Volunteer Infantry Regiment...

55. Thomas Swope Memorial Thomas Swope Memorial 1930 Partial side and rear view, in winter, located in Swope Park.

56. Thomas Swope Memorial Thomas Swope Memorial 1930 Partial frontal and side view, in winter, located in Swope Park.

57. Thomas Swope Memorial Thomas Swope Memorial 1930 Looking west from memorial, in winter, located in Swope Park.

58. Thomas L. Smith (Peg-Leg) Thomas L. Smith (Peg-Leg) 1997 Chapter on Thomas L. Smith or referred to as Peg-Leg Smith. He was born in Garrard County, Kentucky on October 10, 1801. Smith started his western encounters after meeting Antoine Robidoux at a council...

59. This Must Have Been A Grand Sight, George Bent and the Battle of Platte Bridge This Must Have Been A Grand Sight, George Bent and the Battle of Platte Bridge Winter 2010 Article gives a brief history of George Bent, son of William Bent and Owl Woman, and an account of the Battle of Platte Bridge. This particular battle is "of interest because we have a detailed description...

60. Things Looking Up for Building Things Looking Up for Building July 27, 2011 The 130-year old Cosby Hotel building at Ninth Street and Baltimore Avenue has been purchased by the Sunflower Development Group. The firm's principals, Lon Booher and Jason Swords, plan to convert the...