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81. New Pussys New Pussys May 24, 1935 Article about the "Pusateris" operating gambling machines, prostitutes, bootleg liquors, and "juicy steak dinners" "about a block east of police headquarters" during the Prohibition era, moving in 1935...

82. Night Life of the Mortals Night Life of the Mortals March/29/1935 Photos and article about the high number of night clubs in Kansas City and their status as jazz music venues as well as fire hazards. Photos of Dante's Inferno, the Harlem Nite Club, the Red & Dutch club,...

83. Night Live! A Look into Live Entertainment in Kansas City Night Live! A Look into Live Entertainment in Kansas City July//1982 Profiles of mainly nightclubs or dance clubs.

84. On the Road: Kansas City, Missouri On the Road: Kansas City, Missouri June//1997 Photos and article about the running and jogging venues and facilities in Kansas City, reviewing local running routes along parks and trails (including the Old Trolley Trail and the Indian Creek Greenway)...

85. Pat Metheny: Jazz Voice of the '80s Pat Metheny: Jazz Voice of the '80s December//1981 Photos and biographical article about Pat Metheny, a jazz guitarist from the Kansas City area and "one of the genre's biggest success stories." Description of his life and career, born about 1954 in Lee's...

86. Patriots-Pioneers Liquidated Patriots-Pioneers Liquidated June 1972 News of the end of the "once flourishing memorial foundation, which provided markers for historic spots in Kansas City," with the death of its last survivor, Mrs. Inghram (Mary Rockwell) Hook.

87. Platte County Historical Society Organized Platte County Historical Society Organized October 1945 Short description of the formation of the Platte County, Missouri Historical Society in 1945.

88. Possum Trot Chronicles: When Kansas Citians Were 'Crazy for Bicycles' Possum Trot Chronicles: When Kansas Citians Were 'Crazy for Bicycles' June 2000 Illustrations and article about the bicycle clubs of Kansas City in the 1880s-1890s during their golden age of popularity. First local club established in 1882 and bikes supplied largely by the Hall Cycle...

89. 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.

90. Q & A with Beena Brandsgard Q & A with Beena Brandsgard Interview with Beena Brandsgard, owner of Jardine's, "one of Kansas City's most important jazz clubs".

91. Quality Hill First Quarters of the University Club Quality Hill First Quarters of the University Club Fall//1981 Photos and article about the history of the University Club, "started during the boom of 1886" with its first quarters opened in 1902 at the "[o]ld Armour residence which stood at 1216 Broadway on Quality...

92. Radical Chic, Kansas City Style Radical Chic, Kansas City Style January//1981 Article describing various organizations furthering the causes of radical issues in the city, such as feminism, racial equality, "New Age" information, anti-nuclear technology, socialism, and so on.

93. Rotary Camp Notes Rotary Camp Notes June/21/1956 Report on the Safety Patrol Session at the Rotary Club's camp.

94. Rotary Camp Notes Rotary Camp Notes July/5/1956 Report on the handicapped children's summer camp activities.

95. Russell Folkerth Greiner--International President: Great Leader of Leaders in Three Nations Russell Folkerth Greiner--International President: Great Leader of Leaders in Three Nations May//1914 Photos and biographical article about Russell Folkerth Greiner, or Russell Greiner, president of the International Association of Rotary Clubs, past president of the Rotary Club of Kansas City, and vice...

96. 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.

97. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 1 Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 1 January 2000 First installment of excerpts from a video project by the State Historical Society of Missouri (in Columbia) on the history of Missouri in the 20th century dealing with the years 1900-1918. Photos and...

98. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 2 Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 2 April 2000 Second installment of excerpts from a video project by the State Historical Society of Missouri on the history of Missouri in the 20th century dealing with the years 1918-41. Photos and description of...

99. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 3 Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 3 July2000 Third and final part of a series of articles by about the history of Missouri in the 20th century, this part covering the period from World War II to the end of the 1960s. Photos and descriptions of general...

100. Society Queens of Clubs Society Queens of Clubs February//1899 Photos and descriptions of Mrs. Smith Hall, "[d]aughter of the late Judge White," and Mrs. F. W. Jersig, "[d]aughter of the late Gen. Jo. O. Shelby," or General Joseph Shelby, in an article describing...