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81. Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1880s-1901 This collection contains over over 140 glass plate negatives, cabinet cards, and assorted prints. The images are primarily of Native American peoples, cowboys, and “Boomer” settlers in Indian Territory...

82. Nicolai & Michaelis Nicolai & Michaelis ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Nicolai & Michaelis showing a chained dog lunging, teeth bared, at a man tumbling over a fence, his belongings flying every where. Caption says: "The dog I left behind me." Back of...

83. Ninth Street Dry Goods Company Ninth Street Dry Goods Company ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Ninth Street Dry Goods Company showing a girl and boy in traditional Dutch dress shaking an umbrella at a dog. There is a windmill in the background. Lower right corner says: "Series...

84. Old Drum Old Drum January-February//1975 Photo, illustration, and article about George Graham Vest, or George Vest (a lawyer and later a national senator from Missouri) and his famous summation defending Old Drum the dog in the 1870 trial over...

85. Old Drum Old Drum Photos and information on Old Drum, a famous dog of Warrensburg, Missouri, with a statue of it at the courthouse there.

86. Old Drum Revisited Old Drum Revisited April 2000 Biography of Old Drum, the famous dog of Johnson County, Missouri, memorialized in a statue on the county courthouse in Warrensburg, Missouri, as "a tribute to kids and dogs and memories of those special...

87. Parks and Recreation Department Statistics Parks and Recreation Department Statistics February 28, 2007 Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department has 212 parks, 130 ball diamonds, 116.5 surface acres of lake, 109 tennis courts, 55 shelters, 20 soccer fields, 19 miles of exercise trails, 18 football fields,...

88. Phoenix Saloon Phoenix Saloon ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Phoenix Saloon showing a man in a white apron holding a knife and waving his fist at a dog running away with a large leg of pork. One of two cards with similar design. Caption says:...

89. Police Dogs Demonstration Police Dogs Demonstration 1961 Exterior view, believed to be a police dog demonstration in front of the Kansas City Scottish Rite or World War Memorial Building building located at Linwood and the Paseo. Demonstration associated with...

90. Poultry Supply House Poultry Supply House 1906 Advertising card for the Poultry Supply House showing a poorly looking rooster standing on one leg with head bandaged. Caption says: "Don't Worry! Conkey Will Cure Me." Bottom of card says: "Conkey's Poultry...

91. Prairie Dogs on the Santa Fe Trail Prairie Dogs on the Santa Fe Trail Fourth in a series of articles describing wildlife encountered on the Santa Fe Trail. Prairie dogs are described; included are historical accounts of encounters with prairie dogs on the trail.

92. Puppies for Parole Puppies for Parole August 2011 In 2002, prisoners began training dogs for C.H.A.M.P. (Canine Helpers Allow More Possibilities), a program that trains and provides service dogs to disabled individuals free of charge. The prisoners were...

93. Recycled Racers Recycled Racers March//1991 Article about the life of pet greyhound dogs after their racing careers.

94. Reknowned Hunting-Dog Trainer Buddy Baier Dies Reknowned Hunting-Dog Trainer Buddy Baier Dies September 24, 2005 Notice of the death of Buddy Baier, a nationally known hunting-dog trainer from Peculiar, Missouri. He died September 21, 2005 at the age of 79. He was a pioneer in the dog training and hunting field....

95. Richard E. Byrd Richard E. Byrd circa 1936 Commander Richard E. Byrd with dog and unidentified people, posed outside Union Station.

96. Riding to Hounds Riding to Hounds Spring//2002 Article and photographs celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Fort Leavenworth Hunt, a traditional foxhunting event.

97. Robert F. Hunter, Tailor Robert F. Hunter, Tailor ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Robert F. Hunter made of two cards tied together with a blue ribbon on the lower right side. Top card shows a girl in a straw hat hugging a puppy. Lower left corner has number 373...

98. Rothschild's Display Window Rothschild's Display Window 1930 Sleeping dog on sidewalk in front of Rothschild's display window, southwest corner of 10th and Main.

99. Rudy Vallee, Unidentified Woman, and Dog Rudy Vallee, Unidentified Woman, and Dog Rudy Vallee posing with seated woman holding small poodle.

100. Rural Scene Rural Scene circa 1920s-1930s Man in a suit walking two dogs on a dirt country road. Mailboxes are in view.