Kansas City Manuscript Collections

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K0001 Women's Association of the First Congregational Church, Kansas City, MO Records 1886-1933

These records include minute books and financial records for this organization.

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K0002 Women's Home Missionary Union of Missouri Records 1885-1914

These records include financial records for the organization.

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K0003 Browning Society of Kansas City Records 1927-1980

Correspondence, bylaws, minutes, ledgers, yearbooks, programs and other materials relating to the Brownings and poetry.

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K0004 Alfred Edward Barnes Jr. Architectural Collection 1888-1959

Architectural drawings, renderings, photographs, specifications and correspondence of the architectural firm Hoit, Price and Barnes and its predecessors.

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K0005 Missouri Valley Chapter-Society of Architectural Historians (MVC-SAH) Records 1966-1981

The organization records of the society, including minutes, financial records, newsletters, and correspondence concerning the establishment of the MVC Architectural Records Collection.

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K0006 Missouri Valley Chapter-Society of Architectural Historians (MVC-SAH) Architectural Records 1906-1981

Architectural drawings, specifications, photographs and other documents related to buildings in Kansas City, Missouri constructed or modified between the years ca. 1906-1970.

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K0007 Jackson County Charter Commission Records 1970

News releases, articles, and transcripts of proceedings concerning the establishment and deliberations of the Commission and an index of major topics of the draft proposal.

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K0008 John R. Gibson Papers 1970

Correspondence, reports, research materials, drafts, news articles and other data related to the writing, passage by public vote, and planned implementation of the 1970 Jackson County Charter, with particular emphasis upon the involvement of John R. Gibson, a principal contributor.

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K0009 Missouri Architectural Collection 1903-2003

Architectural drawings and other items from various donors relating to buildings designed by Kansas City architects and/or in the Kansas City area.

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K0010 Mary Rockwell Hook Papers 1878-1994

Architectural drawings, photographs, news clippings, and autobiography of Mary Rockwell Hook., a Kansas City woman architect.

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K0011 Andrew Theodore Brown Collection 1960-1963

Personal incoming and outgoing correspondence of a historian and educator, including that related to Wilson's work on the Kansas City History Project, proposals for a history of the J.C. Nichols Company, and progress on his dissertation on the City Beautiful Movement. Also included are research notecards and early printed material related to the Kansas City Terminal Railway Company

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K0012 Kansas City Jazz Oral History Collection 1977-1980

The collection contains transcriptions and audio recordings of interviews with jazz musicians who played in Kansas City during the "Golden Age of Jazz" and other individuals familiar with Kansas City's jazz scene from 1924 to 1942.

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K0013 Herbert Perry Wright Papers 1896-1945

Scrapbooks compiled by H.P. Wright, a Kansas City banker, pertaining to friends, institutions, and events in which Wright was interested.

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K0014 William E. Rider Papers 1893-1953

Correspondence which Rider, a farmer in Pettis County, MO., received from family and friends concerning farming and personal matters.

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K0015 Dix Teachenor Papers 1911-1935

A scrapbook of letters, maps, photographs, postcards, and other memorabilia from Teachenor's tour of duty during World War I Additionally, there are scattered newspaper clippings and other material related to Teachenor's tennis activities and his insurance sales career.

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K0016 William Wagner Papers 1883-1966

Materials relating to William Wagner's personal life and to his career with the Postal Service in Kansas City, Missouri. Also in the papers are materials which belonged to Wagner's father, Joseph M. Wagner who was an architect/builder; and his mother, Minna (Schiller) Wagner.

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K0017 Charles C. Tapp Papers 1887-1975

Correspondence, news clippings, land deeds, diaries, notes, and memorabilia of Tapp, a photographer, mine operator, etc. in Clay County, MO., his wife Lizzie, and his family. Also included is material about Mosby, Missouri, the Booth Coal Mine Company, and the Clay County School Districts #8 and #37

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K0018 Daniel Lewis James Papers 1933-1939

Annotated manuscript drafts of plays, scripts and novel by renowned author and playwright, Daniel James

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K0019 Louis Edward Holland Papers 1916-1960

Papers documenting the public career of Louis E. Holland, long-time friend of President Harry S. Truman. Holland, a Kansas City businessman, was actively involved in national transportation issues-particularly the automobile and airplane, advertising and publishing.

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K0020 United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC)-Jefferson Davis Chapter Scrapbook 1924-1936

Chapter historian's scrapbook containing newspaper clippings and magazine articles, program announcements, detailing the activities of a UDC chapter in Kansas City, MO.

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K0021 S. Patti Construction Company Records 1916-1976

Progress photographs of construction jobs in Missouri, Kansas and Alaska done by S. Patti Construction Company and associates. Also included are architectural drawings of structures for which they were the contractor

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K0022 Liberty Memorial Association Records 1917-1933

Microfilmed copies of drawings for the construction of the Liberty Memorial. Also included are specifications for the project

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K0023 Samuel Johnson McCulloch Papers 1887-1905

Business and household financial accounts for McCulloch, a Kansas City lawyer, and his wife, Nellie B. McCulloch. Also letters to McCulloch with regard to his published books.

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K0024 Mildred Kittell Ray Collection 1857-1973

Letters written by John Taylor, Mrs. Ray's great grandfather, and his brother, James Taylor, to their parents in Oldham, England, about their experiences in Kansas City, 1857-1863, as well as letters from Mrs. Ray's mother and grandmother. It also includes research notes and writings by Mrs. Ray concerning the Taylor and Fisher families, including notes on diaries kept by Abel Fisher concerning his trip to California and his early days in Kansas City, 1855-1858

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K0025 Robert M. Snyder Jr. Collection 1849-1932

Personal papers of R.M. Snyder, Jr. and his family relating to his collecting, research, and writing on Americana, the Ozarks, and Ha Ha Tonka, a home built in the Ozarks by his father. Additionally are the collected correspondence, newspaper clippings, and ephemera that Snyder collected from historically significant people thorughout the course of his life.

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K0026 SHSMO-KC Picture Collection 1870-2010

An artificial collection of photographs, postcards, pictures from various sources.

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K0027 SHSMO-KC Library Collection no date

An artificial collection of books and other printed items from various sources.

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K0028 Charles Bertan Wheeler, Jr. Papers 1964-1979

Personal papers for Wheeler's service as Mayor of Kansas City and a small portion as Western Judge of the Jackson County Court and as Jackson County Coroner.

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K0029 Albert Burr Fuller Architectural Records 1914-1963

Architectural drawings, specifications, photographs, and other material relating to Fuller's career as an architect in Kansas City, Missouri.

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K0030 Earle B. Jewell Papers 1914-1977

Papers of an Episcopal minister in Kansas City, including many of his sermons, both in manuscript and printed form. Some of the sermons were delivered by Jewell weekly on the WDAF radio.

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K0031 Blevins Davis Papers 1918-1955

Research materials, scripts, plays, photographs, printed materials, correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia of Davis, an internationally prominent playwright and producer.

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K0032 Louise Wilder Smith Tierney Papers 1953

Copy of original script of "Fort Osage-Mother of the West", a play written by Louise Wilder Smith, Missouri native and author, and supporting materials related to its production at the Fort Osage Pageant of 1953.

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K0033 Thomas Jefferson Eaton Papers 1870-1947

A bound formulary used by Dr. Eaton, a doctor/pharmacist in Kansas City, for reference in preparing various drugs, potions, and remedies. Also included is information on the Eaton, Chambliss, Brodie, and Fowler families.

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K0034 Emmy Maria Eriksson Papers 1934

Contains a letter addressed to unidentified individuals from Emmy Eriksson and a newspaper clipping written by Will Rogers. Additional material includes a handwritten, unpublished manuscript entitled, "In One of the Neutral Countries during the World War, 1914-1918," written by Eriksson.

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K0035 Rosa Barker Papers 1900

A series of letters from L.J. Rogers and a correspondent identified only as George to Mrs. Barker written from the 4th District Hospital, San Isidro, Philippine Islands.

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K0036 Girard Thompson Bryant Papers 1954-1980

Two scrapbooks which include a series of book reviews and letters to the editor which Bryant, and African-American educator and civic leader, wrote and published in Kansas City newspapers. Also included are materials related to Dr. Bryant's year in Thailand and his travels in Europe

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K0037 Patricia Youmans Wagner Papers 1959-1962

A series of working papers Ms. Wagner prepared in the late 1950s and early 1960s regarding voluntary associational life in Kansas City, Missouri, in the period 1870 to the early years of the twentieth century

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K0038 Charles Nelson Glaab Papers 1956-1991

Correspondence, research materials, working papers, and drafts relating to the operation and research of the Kansas City History Project and to Glaab's research into the Kansas City railway systems

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K0039 Lyle Wesley Dorsett Papers 1962-1979

Manuscript copies of historian and educator Lyle Dorsett's books, working drafts as well as final drafts, and articles, both published and unpublished, relating to the Pendergast political machine and other Kansas City topics. Also research note cards and notes

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K0040 Jonathan B. Fuller Papers 1851-1873

A journal/diary kept by Fuller, a Baptist minister, containing minute daily accounts of his activities and thoughts and correspondence concerning affairs in Kansas City, including a lengthy eyewitness description of the Battle of Westport

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K0041 Nelle E. Peters Architectural Records 1924-1930

Original linen and tracing paper drawings of fourteen apartments and hotels in Kansas City, Jefferson City, Missouri, and Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma designed by Nelle E. Peters, a Kansas City woman architect..

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K0042 Frank Morgan Cortelyou Papers 1855-1976

Personal, family, and business papers of civil engineer Frank M. Cortelyou, co-founded the firm of Harrington and Cortelyou, including financial notes and records, some correspondence, photographs, and field notes.

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K0043 William A. Goff Papers 1959-1983

Research notes, articles, and correspondence of a historian for Westport Historical Society and editor of the Westport Historical Quarterly. His topics included fur trade, Civil War, overland trails, and Kansas City regional history.

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K0044 Charles Colville, Jr. Papers 1917-1919

Diary of Charles Colville, Jr., member of United States Navy during World War I and with the Navy in the Pacific and Siberia following World War I.

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K0045 Jeanette McVey Luhnow Collection 1934-1979

Collected materials including notes, correspondence, and clippings gathered by Jeanette McVey Luhnow, niece by marriage, to William Volker relating to her activities, that of her mother Mary Lottie Moses McVey, to Volker, and the Ina Calkins Trust and William Rockhill Nelson

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K0046 William Henry Wilson Papers 1909-1963

Personal incoming and outgoing correspondence of a historian and educator, including that related to Wilson's work on the Kansas City History Project, proposals for a history of the J.C. Nichols Company, and progress on his dissertation on the City Beautiful Movement. Also included are research notecards and early printed material related to the Kansas City Terminal Railway Company.

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K0047 Kansas City Monarchs Oral History Collection 1978-1981

Oral history interviews and related correspondence and reports with eighteen persons who played with or were associated with the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro National League.

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K0048 Karl Hickman Klein Collection 1901-1990

The collection contains copies of Letters, news clippings and other items relating to the life and death of noted artist and caricaturist Ralph Barton, Karl Klein's uncle.

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K0049 Barbara Rosa Barnett Shelley Papers 1850-1980

Personal, business, and legal documents pertaining to the Barnett, Williamson, and Shelley families.

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K0050 Lyle Kennedy Papers 1885-1983

Research notes and papers, maps, books, newspaper clippings, photographs, and slides related to local historian Kennedy's studies of Kansas City history.

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K0051 Armour and Company Report 1946

The Armour and Company Report contains a bound account produced by the Kansas City Power and Light Company on the steam and electrical requirements of Armour and Company's plant at 18 Central Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas.

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K0052 Thomas Johnson Papers 1862

The Thomas Johnson Diary contains a single, hand-written diary chronicling the military experiences of Thomas Johnson as he served with the 24th Indiana Volunteers.

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K0053 Vera Haworth Eldridge Collection 1825-1920

Photocopies of materials collected and loaned by local historians Mr. and Mrs. William Eldridge relating to Clay County, Missouri, historical research. Included are documents on Calvin Smith, Dan Carpenter, and Mrs. O.P. Moss, the former Caroline Marjory Thornton. Also "Colored Marriages [Clay County], 1861-1891".

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K0054 J.C. Nichols Company Scrapbooks 1910-1997

Scrapbooks relating to the activities and history of the J.C. Nichols Company, the premier real estate company in the Kansas City area. They were compiled by employees of the Company for public relations and other uses.

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K0055 Charles Newton Kimball Papers 1911-1991

Personal and professional papers of a scientist, civic leader, and president of the Midwest Research Institute encompassing a range of economic and community development activities regionally and nationally

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K0056 Robert Gillham Papers 1887-1890

The Robert Gillham Papers contain one notebook with drawings, tables, and notes on the Kansas City Cable Railway, the Denver Cable Railway, the Woodland Avenue Street Railway in Cleveland, and the Judson Pneumatic Street Railway in Washington, D.C. It was written by Gillham and an unknown individual.

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K0057 Laurie Perry Cookingham Papers 1932-1980

Correspondence, scrapbooks, autobiography drafts, and other materials pertaining to Cookingham's period of service as city manager of Kansas City and other cities

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K0058 William James Anderson, Jr. Papers 1840-1965

Diaries, letters, business ledgers and records, manuscripts, photographs, and other materials created and collected by Anderson and his family which relate to the history of the Kansas City metropolitan area. Anderson was a local historian and descendent of Thomas Johnson and John Wornall

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K0059 William Volker and Company Records 1893-1964

The William Volker Company provided William Volker with the means to become a major philanthropist in Kansas City, Missouri. Included is limited correspondence, Company records pertaining to sales, accounts, employee policies, and photographs of employees. Also included are requests for financial assistance from the William Volker Fund.

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K0060 MidAmerican Coalition for Energy Alternatives (MACEA) Records 1973-1981

Minutes and agendas of the MACEA executive council; letters related to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; news releases of MACEA and other environmental organizations; newsletters for MACEA and flyers distributed to members; and other material, published and unpublished, related to energy questions.

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K0061 49/63 Neighborhood Coalition Records 1971-2001

Organization records of a neighborhood association in midtown Kansas City, MO.

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K0062 Alfred Fenton and Brother Records 1849-1884

Day books and ledgers of the mercantile business of in Rushville, Buchanan County, Missouri, with information on the hemp industry, including data on volume and prices.

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K0063 Kansas City Board of Trade Records 1873-1978

Administrative records including minutes, correspondence, transportation files, membership, public relations, legal files, reports, "The Grain Market Review" and associated materials from the Kansas City Board of Trade

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K0064 Phoebe Jane Ess Foundation Records 1934-1939

Reports of Recording Secretary and membership lists, minutes, treasurer's reports, and information on the dispersal of Foundation funds which were among others contributed to the Crippled Children's Fund, the Gold Star Scholarship Fund, the Phoebe Jane Ess Scholarship, and to the purchase of books for the University of Kansas City Library.

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K0065 Boller Brothers Architectural Records 1910-1982

Architectural drawings and other supporting documents for the Boller Brothers firm who specialized in theater design

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K0066 Kansas City Area Archivists (KCAA) Records 1978-2007

Organization records including, constitution and bylaws, financial records, correspondence, and minutes and proceedings, committee files, and publications for a local professional association of archivists.

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K0067 George Ehrlich Papers 1946-2002

Research and personal papers of Dr. George Ehrlich, professor of Art and Art History at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and authority on Kansas City regional architecture.

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K0068 Addie Aldridge Gordon Papers 1855-1943

This collection contains a portion of a manuscript written by Addie Aldridge Gordon, a woman born and raised in Cass County in the late 1800s and early 1900s, as well as other drafts, essays, notes, and assorted family papers.

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K0069 Oscar David Nelson Papers 1914-1980

Personal, including his philanthropic work, his personal investments, travel and general correspondence, and professional papers of former chairman of the board of Butler Manufacturing Company

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K0070 Pegasus Air Transport Records 1981

Business study conducted by Pegasus Air Transport designed to assist in securing funds to implement an air cargo service in Kansas City, MO.

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K0071 Civil Research Institute Records 1920-1966

Working papers for the Institute, whose purpose was to study problems in the Kansas City area with regard to politics, health, police, city budgets, charters, and state reorganization, independent of influences of local governments. The work involved preparing in-depth studies of the specific problem, its causes and possible solutions. These records contain much of the raw data collected during the research process.

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K0072 Albert Isaac Beach Papers 1924-1931

Papers of Kansas City mayor Albert I. Beach who served three terms in office cover the period 1924-1931.

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K0073 Helen Faye Smither Collection 1740-1960

Genealogical and correspondence and other family records relating primarily for the Desha, Brown, and Smither families.

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K0074 Frank A. Faxon Papers 1900-1911

Speeches Faxon, a wholesale drug businessman and civic leader in Kansas City, MO, wrote and delivered. Also included is an unfinished autobiography of James C. Horton, a business partner of Faxon

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K0075 Myrtle Mae Duval Mosman Papers 1900-1928

Diary of Mrytle Mae Duval prior to her marriage to Burroughs N. Mosman. The diary (1900-1901) contains information on her daily activities with numerous references to her future husband. Also included is a scrapbook of clippings, notes, and an index to the diary.

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K0076 American Association of University Women (AAUW)-Kansas City Chapter Records 1901-2014

Organizational records including minute books, financial records, photos and scrapbooks documenting the affairs of the chapter, a major women's club in Kansas City, Missouri.

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K0077 Penn Valley Meeting of Friends Records 1943-1998

Organizational records of the Penn Valley Meeting of Friends including minutes, correspondence, photographs, periodicals, political and social issues literature, and other records of the Quaker organization.

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K0079 Charles H. Smith Letters 1833-1887

Civil War era letters concerning life in camp and the death of Charles H. Smith in battle near Stafford Courthouse, Virginia, in May 1863. Includes family tintypes and photographs.

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K0080 George A. Fuller Company Photograph Collection 1911-1921

Construction site photographs for buildings which the George A. Fuller Company built in Kansas City. Included are the Union; the Railway Exchange Building; Children's Mercy Hospital; Temporary Barracks at Fort Riley, Kansas; the S.S. Kresge Building; the Federal Reserve Bank; and the Nelson Memorial Chapel

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K0081 John K. Samuel Collection 1839-1981

Photocopied scrapbooks of photographs, newspaper clippings, reminiscences and some copies of original material related to the history of Barry, Clay County, Missouri, the Chevis-Samuel Tavern, and Missouri Town-1855. Also material related to the Chevis and Samuel families of Barry, Missouri.

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K0082 Asa Beebe Cross Papers 1855-1940

Correspondence, diaries, photographs, financial and business records of Cross, an early Kansas City architect, and his immediate family

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K0083 Theodore C. Sparks Papers 1750-1960

Photocopied family history research done by T.C. Sparks, in the 1920's. They include anecdotes and reminiscences about family members, along with transcriptions of family letters.

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K0084 Elmer F. Pierson Papers 1938-1981

Photocopied scrapbooks compiled following Pierson's retirement from the Vendo Company, a manufacturer of vending machines. They are items Pierson felt to be of greatest personal interest dealing with Vendo and Pierson philanthropic and civic activities.

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K0085 Perry C. Phillips Papers 1882-1909

Photographs and papers including a diary and autograph book concerning the personal life of Phillips, and attorney and president of the Inola Oil and Gas Company of Kansas City, MO for which there are also some records.

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K0086 Committee FOR Annexation Records 1963-1964

Materials in support of the annexation of the Hickman Mills school district to the Kansas City, Missouri, School District. Also campaign information of an earlier school levy increase is included, as well as research materials related to the advantages of annexation, campaign literature distributed, and news clippings

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K0087 James William Earp Papers 1910-1957

The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, military mementos, articles, short stories, plays, poetry, and other material by Earp. A number of his short stories, in published form, are included in the collection..

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K0088 Jackson County Medical Society Collection 1859-1938

Notes on different medical societies, professional journals, medical colleges, and health facilities in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. Biographical sketches on physicians, surgeons, and some dentists in the area make up the bulk of the collection. Also included are miscellaneous papers and photographs.

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K0089 Ohio Riverboat Diary 1870

Small annual diary describing daily observations by an unnamed employee of a riverboat on the Ohio River. Includes descriptions of the weather, the health of his family and his evaluation of various entertainments he attended including the theater, camp meetings, and church festivals

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K0090 Lena Kathryn Alton Depher Collection 1869-1946

Photocopied material, primarily of newspaper clippings, relating to Ruben F. Mastin and his family and home, Mastin Hall, near of Grandview, MO. Photographs of the family and home are also included

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K0091 Edwin Vincent O'Hara Papers 1902-1956

The papers of Catholic Archbishop O'Hara begin with his ordination as priest, and conclude with his death as the Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph

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K0092 Arthur Mag Papers 1921-1981

Personal and civic papers of a prominent attorney and civic leader in Kansas City

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K0093 "City of Kansas City" Records 1947

Press kit distributed prior to the inaugural run of the "City of Kansas City" rail service between Kansas City and St. Louis. It contains facts about the train and its schedule, as well as photographs of the train's interior.

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K0094 Serina Levin Lorsch Papers 1963-1991

Personal and family papers as well as materials related to various organizations of which Mrs. Lorsch was a part, including the Temple B'nai Jehudah Sisterhood, the Kansas City Chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women, her work to secure ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment in Missouri

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K0095 International Relations Council (IRC) Records 1953-1997

Organizational records of the Kansas City based International Relations Council which educates and advocates for understanding among nations

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K0096 Henry C. and Henry J. Haskell Papers 1883-1979

The papers of Henry C. Haskell, an editorial writer for the Kansas City Star, includes scripts for four of his plays and a collection of his arts essays. His father, Henry J. Haskell (1874-1952), also an editor for the Kansas City Star, writing s include a boyhood family newspaper and reviews of and correspondence relating to two books written and published by Henry J. There is also an autobiography by Henry J.

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K0097 Hazel Call Page Papers 1938-1981

Mrs. Page had been supervisor of the Works Projects Administration (WPA) Statewide Library Project in Missouri. Included are records of the administration of the WPA Library Project and those related to Mrs. Page's book on that subject.

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K0098 Boothe Coal Company Records 1936-1953

Operating records including for sales, pay, and calculations used to determine royalties to be paid to concerned property owners. Also maps of the mine located near Mosby, Clay County, MO

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K0099 Missouri Association of Architects (MAA) Records 1944-1984

Correspondence, meeting records, by-laws, and publications of the MAA, as well as those of the American Institute of Architects. Also included is a brief history of the Missouri Council of Architects and its predecessor organizations and the establishment of a registration law for the architectural professions in Missouri.

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K0100 Young Matrons of Kansas City Records 1917-1964

Organizational records including minute books of regular meetings, Executive Board meetings, and the meetings of the Carolyn Farwell Fuller Unit. Occasional financial reports and general financial material from the Charity and Welfare Committee..

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K0101 Eric Douglas Macwilliam Remington Papers 1920-1950

Exterior and interior photographs of residences designed by Remington, an architect in Kansas City associated with woman architect, Mary Rockwell Hook; notes and drawings done by Remington pertaining to the concert house in Stockholm, Sweden.

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