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How It All Began
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TitleHow It All Began
AbstractComprehensive history of Kansas City's arts and entertainment, contrasting its "broader and higher form[s]," with photos and descriptions of various entertainers and entertainment venues. Description of the changes in live entertainment in the city from the times of the Chouteaus, especially through the 1800s, to the post-World War II era, including motion pictures and the shutting down of the 1920s-1930s jazz and night clubs.
Notes[N]ot all entertainment was refined. There were 200 established hotels, brothels and bars by the mid-18[8]0s.
AuthorDory DeAngelo
DateDecember//1983
SourceTown Squire
Locationq051 K159
Page25-29, 71
Local SubjectCulture
Entertainment
Theaters
Bordellos
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID97516
CONTENTdm number12103
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