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1. 103 Years of History 103 Years of History March 16, 2002 Article that gives a short history of The Independent magazine. It was started in 1899 by George Creel and Arthur Grissom as a political magazine. Ten years later two women, Katherine Baxter and Clara...

2. A Dictator of Authoritive Fashions A Dictator of Authoritive Fashions May/15/1915 Photo and biographical article about E. F. Keister, proprietor of a ladies tailoring shop near 14th and Oak Street, established in 1904, and moved to "the new Miller building at 1121-23 Grand avenue" as...

3. Among Kansas City's Artists Among Kansas City's Artists May/15/1915 Photo and description of Jennie Schultz, an "expert at developing and training women's voices" coming to Kansas City about 1895 and "first advis[ing] Felice Lyne to assail the citadel of opera."

4. Among Kansas City's Artists Among Kansas City's Artists May/15/1915 Photo and bio of Claude Rader, a 27-year-old (in 1915) violinist and violin teacher with studio in the Studio Building, native to Missouri.

5. Among Kansas City's Artists [and] Where All the World's a Stage Among Kansas City's Artists [and] Where All the World's a Stage May/15/1915 Photos and biographical sketches of several Kansas City musicians, singers and music teachers, including Jennie Schultz, Charles Cease, E. Geneve Lichtenwalter (in the Studio building), Nelle Troutman...

6. Business Builders Business Builders May/15/1915 Photo and description of Mrs. J. C. McGavain, a cosmetician and proprietor of "three larges stores at respectively 1114 Main St., suite 119; Baltimore Hotel and the ninth floor of Harzfeld Parisian Cloak...

7. Business Builders Business Builders May/15/1915 Photo and bio of E. Blanch Reineke, of "the very first rank" in "the ranks of the women photographers," with "studio at [the n]ortheast corner of [11th Street] and Oak streets" since about 1905.

8. Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built May/15/1915 Photos and descriptions of officers of the Commercial Club, including Charles Keith (president), William Kemper (treasurer), Charles Butler (second vice president), Homer Mann (third vice president), and...

9. Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built May/15/1915 Photos of Conrad Mann (chairman of the convention and publicity division) and Homer Mann (third vice-president), officers of the Chamber of Commerce.

10. Concerning Various Citizens Concerning Various Citizens May 15, 1915 Photos and biographical sketches of George Muehlebach ("president of the Muehlebach Brewing Company and other large interests" and born in Kansas City in 1881), Edward Winstanley (sheriff of Jackson County...

11. Geroge Humphrey and Elmore Truitt Geroge Humphrey and Elmore Truitt May 6, 1916 Photos and biographical articles about George Humphrey, a Kansas City lawyer, and Elmore Truitt, a Kansas City realtor. Description of Humphrey as born in Lewis County, Missouri, and starting out as a...

12. Hans Peterson Hans Peterson May/15/1915 Biographical description of Hans Peterson, "first viola in our [Kansas City's] symphony orchestra and also in the Kansas City Quartet," native to Denmark and emigrating to Kansas City in 1880.

13. Homes Beautiful Homes Beautiful May/15/1915 Photos and descriptions of the homes of Hunter Meriwether (3616 Gladstone Boulevard) and Ben Hyde (1060 West 55th Street), taken by Millard McClesky, "owner of a photo supply store at 204 East Tenth street,"...

14. Homes Beautiful in Kansas City Homes Beautiful in Kansas City May/15/1915 Article by J. C. Nichols about the residences and planning of the Country Club District, with photos of the homes of E. Dickinson, H. D. Seavey, E. L. Brundrett, B. Rockwell, and Mrs. Hugh C. Ward.

15. Industrial Development, Manufacturers and Building Trades: A Million Dollars a Day Industrial Development, Manufacturers and Building Trades: A Million Dollars a Day May 15, 1915 Article about the industrial economy of Kansas City and its growth in rankings starting in 1890, with tables and photos.

16. J. I. Case Threshing Machine Building J. I. Case Threshing Machine Building January 22, 1916 Photo (or illustration) and caption about the ''J. I. Case Building,'' site of "the Motor Show" in Kansas City in 1916.

17. K. M. B.: Katherine Baxter K. M. B.: Katherine Baxter April/12/1924 Photo and obituary of Katherine Baxter (1879-1924), "editor of the Independent magazine of Kansas City, also "a writer and society editor of the old Kansas City World" and Saint Joseph Star newspapers,...

18. Kansas City's Financial Situation Kansas City's Financial Situation May/15/1915 Article by banker William Kemper about Kansas City's financial situation, with a photo of the Christian Church Hospital.

19. Kansas City's Grain Interests Kansas City's Grain Interests May/15/1915 Article about Kansas City's grain industry and the national role of the Kansas City Board of Trade, with photo.

20. Kansas City's Parks and Boulevards Kansas City's Parks and Boulevards May/15/1915 Article about the park and boulevard system, with photos.