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401. Westport to Lose Oldest Church Building Westport to Lose Oldest Church Building Winter 2003 St. Luke's AME Church, at the corner of 43rd and Roanoke, will be demolished because of the widening of 43rd Street and the "general deterioration of the building". Organized soon after the Civil War to...

402. What Shall We Do Next Winter? What Shall We Do Next Winter? July//1932 Article about the efforts of George Melcher, "superintendent of the schools of Kansas City, Mo.," and his efforts "to solve the unemployment problem in his city during the past school year by inducing...

403. Wheat Futures Trading Sets Record Wheat Futures Trading Sets Record September 29, 2006 The article states "on Sept. 12, year-to-date total trading volume at the exchange reached 3.964 million contracts, surpassing in just over eight months the previous annual record of 3.953 million set...

404. Where the Gem Sparkles Yet: The History of the Grave of Belle Star Where the Gem Sparkles Yet: The History of the Grave of Belle Star Winter 2012 Article documents the history of Belle Starr's grave site. The author begins at her death on February 3, 1889, and concludes by covering efforts to restore the site begun in 2010.

405. Who Was This Man, Joe B. Chiles? Who Was This Man, Joe B. Chiles? Winter 2003 Biographical sketch of Joseph Ballinger Chiles, an early Jackson county resident who immigrated to California, but made several trips back to Jackson County. Includes reprints of letters written by Chiles...

406. Whyte Brothers Grocery Whyte Brothers Grocery Postcard of the interior of the E. Whyte Grocery, Fruit & Wine Company

407. Willys-Knight Overland Willys-Knight Overland 1925 Unidentified men standing near Whippet before Willys-Knight Overland, in winter; located at 25th, Grand, and McGee.

408. Winter Family Home Sold Winter Family Home Sold February 21, 1899 Article about the sale of one of the best known homes in the city at 30th and Troost Avenues. Article only mentions the home and its buyer and seller. In 1925 or before, this home became the Horner Institute...

409. Winter Scene Winter Scene Snow along unidentified road, at night.

410. Winter Scene Winter Scene 1930 Looking south along Walnut from 9th. Street outfitted with Christmas decorations.

411. Winter Scene Winter Scene Jan., 1930 Mailboxes at 11th and Grand covered with snow.

412. Winter Scene Winter Scene January 10, 1930 Cars at lot covered with snow; located at 3234 Troost.

413. Winter Scene Winter Scene Horse-drawn cart with men scooping snow into it at 914-16 Grand Avenue.

414. Winter Scene Winter Scene 1928 Unidentified men pushing car up Main Street hill traveling south from the wharf at the Missouri River.

415. Winter Scene Winter Scene 1930 Windblown snow patterns on the "Journal-Post Hill', near 24th and Gillham.

416. Winter Scene Winter Scene ca1930 Children atop sleds in street near 68th and Paseo.

417. Winter Sledding Scene Winter Sledding Scene circa 1930s Winter scene showing a skier and sledder on a snow covered hill.

418. Winter Snowstorm Winter Snowstorm January 18, 1949 Looking southwest from the northeast corner of 18th and Grand during snowstorm.

419. Winter Snowstorm Winter Snowstorm January 18, 1949 Looking southwest near the southeast corner of 17th and Grand, during snowstorm.

420. Winter Street Scene Winter Street Scene n.d. Unidentified street scene found in the James J. Akard collection. Akard was captain of Company A, Eighth Missouri State Militia Cavalry during the Civil War. Mounted on grey stock.