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1. A Bit of Nature A Bit of Nature June/15/1897 Illustrations (by Will Weber, "one of Kansas City's most gifted artists") and poem by local poet Robert Wiziarde about cowboys.

2. A Great Meeting A Great Meeting May//1899 Photos of Edwin Weeks (inventor of the electrical light system in Kansas City), president of the Kansas City Humane Society, and his daughter Ruth Weeks, a student of the Humboldt school in 1897-1898.

3. A New Commission Firm A New Commission Firm February/15/1897 Photos and article about the "George Holmes Live Stock Commission Company" and its president, George Holmes, and other workers with offices in the Live Stock Exchange Building. Description of George's...

4. A Thanksgiving Story A Thanksgiving Story February//1899 Photo of the Milo Lawrence home.

5. Americans Americans June/15/1897 Photo and bio of J. K. Cubbison, "the genial, popular and brilliant Kansas orator," a lawyer moving from Pennsylvania to Kansas, presumably a member of the Kansas state legislature.

6. Americans Americans June/15/1897 Photo and bio of Hugh McGowan, "marshal of Jackson county" in 1886 and later branch manager of the Barber Asphalt Company.

7. An 1876 Christmas Story An 1876 Christmas Story February//1899 Photo and story by Ermine Case, Jr. (a brother of Theodore Case and son of Ermine Case, Sr.), about the history and growth of Kansas City, comparing it to Paris and Venice in Europe, with illustrations....

8. An 1876 Christmas Story An 1876 Christmas Story February//1899 Photo of G. W. Stockham, "[t]he promoter of tree culture in Kansas City."

9. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photos of S. A. Legg and A. Morrison, members of the Elks Club, also known as the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (B. P. O. E.).

10. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of the building for the Elks Club, formally named the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks ("B. P. O. E."), at 7th and Grand Avenues in the Wisconsin Building, moved from its original site at...

11. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of E. J. Becker, a member of the "Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks" in Kansas City, with a history of the club.

12. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photos of W. D. Snyder and M. M. Sweetman, members of the Elks Club.

13. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photos of Sol Speyer, H. N. Strait, and W. S. Umbarger, members of the Elks Club.

14. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of Charles Fitzgerald as a member of the Elks Club, or the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

15. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of Henry Garland, general passenger agent for the Wabash Route railroad and presumably member of the Elks Club.

16. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of Charles Clasby, a member of the Elks Club.

17. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of E. L. Biersmith, a member of the Elks Club, or the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

18. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of John Donnelly as a member of the Elks Club, or the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

19. Beautiful Women in the Cattle Industry Beautiful Women in the Cattle Industry January-February//1899 Photo of Mrs. Allen McGee, "Mother of the Secretary and Treasurer of the Globe Live Stock Commission Co."

20. Ben L. Welch Commission Company Ben L. Welch Commission Company June/15/1897 Photo and bio of C. T. Daniels, a member of the Ben L. Welch Commission Company starting in 1889, moving to Kansas City that year from his native Leavenworth County, Kansas, to engage in the livestock...