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101. Demolition Looms For 1881 Locale Demolition Looms For 1881 Locale July 9, 2010 The 129-year-old Cosby Hotel is set to come down after the city "declared it a dangerous building requiring immediate demolition." The severe winter weather and wet spring contributed to the deterioration...

102. Diamond in the Rough Diamond in the Rough Winter 2005 Brief vignette describing the discovery of a spring near Council Grove, Kansas, by Ben Jones, a member of George Sibley's 1825 expedition to survey the Santa Fe Trail. The spring became known as "Diamond...

103. Diamonds & Furs Diamonds & Furs Winter 2005 Profiles of four local luxury retailers and their owners. Missy Wang Smart is president of Alaskan Fur Company; Cathy Tivol is CEO of Tivol Jewls; Stephen Burstein own's Stephen's Fine Jewelry, Inc.; and...

104. Diary Clears Mystery around Bingham Painting Diary Clears Mystery around Bingham Painting March/16/1972 Article about the painting by artist George Caleb Bingham of Abner Deane, a minister imprisoned for refusing to take the oath of the Drake constitution in Missouri, following the Civil War, required of...

105. Digitizing Union Cemetery Records an Ongoing Process Digitizing Union Cemetery Records an Ongoing Process Winter 2006 Rick Graff, board vice president of Union Cemetery, reports that he is making progress in putting the Union Cemetery burial records in to a database. As of this time records A through Fe have been recorded....

106. Disruption and Disease Disruption and Disease Winter 2013-2014 Study tracing the spread and effects of disease among the Osage Indians from the 18th century through the end of the 19th, as they moved into the Indian Territory of Kansas, and later present-day Oklahoma....

107. Domes Fund Created to Restore Crumbling Towers/Tiles Domes Fund Created to Restore Crumbling Towers/Tiles Winter 1999 Friends of Sacred Structures, Christ Temple Church, and the Jewish Federation of Kansas City have formed an alliance to repaier the terra cotta domes over the entrance to the Temple.

108. Don Benito Vasquez in Early Saint Louis Don Benito Vasquez in Early Saint Louis July//1970 Biographical article about Don Benito Vasquez (1738-1810), an early Spanish settler of Saint Louis, Missouri. Native of Spain emigrating to Saint Louis in 1869 as a soldier under Lieutenant Pedro Piernas...

109. Doug Frost--Spirit King Doug Frost--Spirit King Winter 2011 Biographical sketch of Doug Frost, an internationally recognized wine expert who has judged for "PBS's first reality show, 'The Winemakers,' and presides over the Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competitions,...

110. Downtown Winter Aerial View Downtown Winter Aerial View ca1940 Aerial view, looking north along Walnut from near 6th Street, towards City Market, in winter.

111. Dr. Johnston Lykins: Baptist Missionary, Realtor, Doctor, First Legal Mayor of Kansas City Dr. Johnston Lykins: Baptist Missionary, Realtor, Doctor, First Legal Mayor of Kansas City Winter 1996 Photo of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), illustration of his home (built in 1857 at 12th and Washington Streets), and biographical article describing his life and career as a Baptist missionary, realtor,...

112. Earlie Telegraph Service in Kansas City Earlie Telegraph Service in Kansas City July 14, 1940 Up to the winter of 1857-8, telegraph lines from the East had reached only as far as Boonville. In the spring of 1848, Charles C. Stebbins, president of the Missouri River Telegraph Company, made a proposition...

113. Early History of the Kansas School for the Deaf, 1861-1873 Early History of the Kansas School for the Deaf, 1861-1873 July 1966 Thesis toward a master's degree from George Washington University, discussing the early history of the Kansas School for the Deaf, "the oldest state educational institution in the state of Kansas," founded...

114. East Bottoms East Bottoms January 16, 1889 Looking east across East Bottoms in winter.

115. Electric Park (2nd), Lake Electric Park (2nd), Lake Postcard of Lake in Electric Park (2nd)

116. Electric Park (2nd), Tower and Bandstand Electric Park (2nd), Tower and Bandstand Postcard of Electric Park (2nd), Tower and Bandstand at Night

117. Elizabeth Bettie Duncan: Diary of Daily Life, 1864 Elizabeth Bettie Duncan: Diary of Daily Life, 1864 June 23, 1905 Elizabeth Duncan, who called herself Bettie, kept a diary while in Lawrence, Kansas during 1864. The article states, "This article will examine Bettie Duncan's diary for patterns of daily life and for...

118. Episcopal Churches, Saint John's Episcopal Church Episcopal Churches, Saint John's Episcopal Church ca1925 Exterior, street level view of the front of St. John's Episcopal Church located at 517 Kensington. Winter scene with automobiles on the street and people on church walk.

119. Ernie Quigley: An Official for All Seasons Ernie Quigley: An Official for All Seasons Winter 2010-2011 Article about Ernest C. Quigley from St. Mary's, Kansas, who is little-known today but had a 40-year career in officiating baseball, basketball, and football games. From 1913 to 1938, Quigley was a major...

120. Ewing Kauffman and Baseball Hall of Fame Ewing Kauffman and Baseball Hall of Fame November 9, 2007 This month, Ewing Kauffman's name will come up for consideration for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Current Kansas City Royals owner David Glass will speak to the committee in Kauffman's favor....