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1. An Interesting Parallel: The Proposed Activities of the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Commercial An Interesting Parallel: The Proposed Activities of the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Commercial Club of Kansas City Strikingly Contrasted January/4/1916 Similarities between the plans and operations of the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Kansas City Commercial Club.

2. Appreciation by "The Journal" Appreciation by "The Journal" January/4/1916 Article reprinted from the Kansas City Journal shedding a positive light on the Club's work.

3. Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built June/29/1915 The place of commercial organizations in the building of cities. The need of the cooperation of the citizens.

4. Commercial Club News: Meetings of the Club and the Public Affairs Committee Draw Large Attendance Commercial Club News: Meetings of the Club and the Public Affairs Committee Draw Large Attendance April 1914 About 400 business men in attendance at the "Jollification" meeting, listing some of the festivities and attendees.

5. Here Is the Site It Is Proposed to Buy Here Is the Site It Is Proposed to Buy June/27/1916 Photo and information about the proposed home of the Club, the Glendale Building at 10th and Grand Avenues.

6. List of Members of the Commercial Club of Kansas City List of Members of the Commercial Club of Kansas City January/25/1916 Long list of members including directors and officers.

7. Membership List Membership List May/25/1915 Long list of members.

8. Mr. Keith's Valedictory Mr. Keith's Valedictory October/12/1915 Review by the retiring club president of the work and accomplishments of the club during his administation.

9. President Faeth, in a Ringing Inaugural Address, Points the Way President Faeth, in a Ringing Inaugural Address, Points the Way October/17/1916 Inaugural address of President Faeth about the dearth of revenue Kansas City's Club compared to other cities', etc.

10. Scolding the Commercial Club Scolding the Commercial Club May/19/1916 Editorial from the Kansas City Journal of May 19, 1916, applauding rather than scolding the Club for its duties.

11. The Annual Election The Annual Election May//1914 First election under the new by-laws of the Club, with nominees.

12. The Annual Meeting The Annual Meeting October//1914 Largest meeting yet and enthusiastic.

13. The Anti-Trust Bills: Resolutions Adopted by the Commercial Club Protest Against Bills Now Pending in The Anti-Trust Bills: Resolutions Adopted by the Commercial Club Protest Against Bills Now Pending in Congress April 1914 Photos of Union Station in the context of interstate commerce and the Club's objections to its restrictions.

14. The Commercial Club Home ( An Editorial in the Kansas City Journal of June 3, 1916) The Commercial Club Home ( An Editorial in the Kansas City Journal of June 3, 1916) June/27/1916 Accomodations for the Club.

15. The Commercial Club of Kansas City: Twenty-eighth Annual Election The Commercial Club of Kansas City: Twenty-eighth Annual Election June/1/1915 Club elections with nominees.

16. The Franchise Meeting The Franchise Meeting June//1914 Largest and longest meeting of the year, discussing the proceedings.

17. The General Committees: The Men Who Will Have Charge of the General Club Work This Year The General Committees: The Men Who Will Have Charge of the General Club Work This Year October/19/1915 Lists of committees and members of each: transportation, industries, civics, public affairs, and general.

18. The New By-Laws: A Number of Important Changes Have Been Made in Organization and Operation The New By-Laws: A Number of Important Changes Have Been Made in Organization and Operation February 1914 Various changes in club operations as well as addition of Departments of Traffic, Industries, and Civics.

19. Three Thousand Members: The Membership Committee Has Set This Mark for Itself in Its Present Campaign Three Thousand Members: The Membership Committee Has Set This Mark for Itself in Its Present Campaign for More Members April 1914 Plans to increase membership in the Commercial Club with list of new acceptances.

20. True Now: "All for Kansas City" True Now: "All for Kansas City" October/24/1916 Reprint from the Kansas City Times of December 30, 1894, about subjects of interest to the Club.