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1. 450 Attend Service for Henry Haskell 450 Attend Service for Henry Haskell August/23/1952 Funeral notice for Henry Haskell, editor of the Kansas City Star starting in 1928 and author of books about Rome, with a brief review of his career.

2. A City and Its Characteristics A City and Its Characteristics June//1928 Brief introductory article for Henry Haskell's more in-depth examination of Kansas City, with a photo and description of William R. Nelson and the changes in Kansas City up to its Republican National Convention...

3. Henry Haskell Henry Haskell Photos and newspaper clippings about local journalist and writer Henry Haskell (1874-1952).

4. Henry Haskell and Katharine Wright Henry Haskell and Katharine Wright June 25, 1905 Aviation pioneers,Orville and Wilbur Wright, had a sister Katharine who eventually married local Kansas City Star,editor Henry Haskell. The book has several pages on the relationship between Haskell and...

5. Henry Haskell Residence Henry Haskell Residence N.d. Street level view of the residence of Henry and Agnes Haskell located at 1035 Meyer Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. The photograph is a part of a Christmas card sent by the Haskells.

6. Henry Haskell, 78, Kansas City Editor Henry Haskell, 78, Kansas City Editor August/21/1952 Photo and obituary for Henry Haskell (1874-1952), a Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of the Kansas City Star who was born in Ohio and began as a writer of fiction before working at the Kansas City World newspaper....

7. Henry J. Haskell Henry J. Haskell Information on Henry Haskell (1874-1952), columnist for the Kansas City Star with "Random Thoughts" and other writings, editor during the paper's two Pulitzer Prizes, arriving in Kansas City in 1896.

8. Milestones Milestones September/1/1952 One paragraph of obituary for Henry Haskell, "78, scholarly editor (since 1928) of the Kansas City 'Star,' two-time Pulitzer Prizewinner (1934, 1944); [dying] in Kansas City."

9. Swing Presents Henry J. Haskell: The Man of the Month Swing Presents Henry J. Haskell: The Man of the Month August//1951 Photo and biographical article about Henry Haskell, editor of the Kansas City Star and father of fellow Star journalist Henry C. Haskell. Hired by T. W. Johnston for the Star in 1898 as a reporter and...

10. The Story of the Kansas City Star Newspaper From Its Beginnings in 1880s to the 1950s The Story of the Kansas City Star Newspaper From Its Beginnings in 1880s to the 1950s 2007 This book traces the first 70 years of the history of The Kansas City Star newspaper, tracing "the shifting fortunes of a great newspaper and the compelling 'power of purpose' it exerted from the birth...

11. The Taming of the Frontier The Taming of the Frontier 1925 Colorful story about William Rockhill Nelson pitting culture, or "art", against an otherwise simple backwater in Kansas City, written by Henry Haskell, a Kansas City author and journalist.

12. The Wright Sister The Wright Sister February 1, 2004 Article tells the story of Katharine Wright, sister of Orville and Wilbur Wright, who married local newspaper editor Henry J. Haskell. She lived in Kansas City for a couple of years before she died in...

13. Transition--Died Transition--Died September/1/1952 One paragraph of obituary for Henry Haskell, "78, editor of The Kansas City Star since 1928; [dying] in Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 20," and winning "two Pulitzer Prizes" during his 54 years with the staff....