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45th & State Line Shops
Map, brochure, list of antique and art shops located at 45h and State Line.
Advertising Cards Vertical Files
These business or company name vertical files for the advertising cards from the late nineteenth century (circa 1880s-1900) have information about the company or business or people involved.
Folder includes published brochures and speeches, photographs of the 1921 American Legion Convention Executive Committee, charter of the William T. Fitzsimons Post No.8 which was the first post organized...
Folder contains copies of the fifteenth annual commencement program for Benton School held in 1919. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular vertical files....
Bi-State Cultural District
File contains information on the Bi-State Cultural District organized to deal with various social and cultural issues in Kansas and Missouri.
Folder contains Boys Hotel Memorial dedication program (1922) and various other brochures and ephemera. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular vertical files....
Browning, King and Company
Folder contains an issue of "Browning, King & Co's Illustrated Monthly", V.11, #1, July, 1895. The publication includes poetry, anecdotes, stories, illustrations, etc. The back of the publication contains...
Folder contains the graduating exercises program for William Cullen Bryant School, dated June 6, 1944. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular vertical files....
Burton Publishing Company
Folder contains numerous advertising flyers/pamphlets featuring authors and books published by the Burton Publishing Company. Also includes two general catalogs giving recommended poems for elementary...
Folder includes a pamphlet/brochure for the following companies: John Taylor Dry Goods Co., Mindlin's Store, and The Practical Finance Company, Ltd. All were Kansas City businesses.
Folder contains a promotional pamphlet and flyer detailing the equipment sold by the Cameragraph Company located in Kansas City, Mo. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's...
Camp Funston, Kansas
Folder contains a large 6 piece color fold-out with two panoramic views of the camp. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular vertical files.
Folder includes testimonial concert souvenir program, Nov. 25, 1923, musical programs, personal greeting, picture, and newspaper clipping from the Kansas City Times, Dec. 2, 1981. The vertical files in...
Carl Hoffman Music Company
Folder contains a small, illustrated advertisement for the Carl Hoffman Music Co. of Kansas City, Missouri. Features the song "With Fire and Sword" by Charles L. Johnson, giving the first four lines of...
Folder contains a small publicity booklet for this local concert pianist and teacher. Information in the booklet includes press comments, representative class and recital programs, and a picture of Junior....
Central High School
Folder contains numerous miscellaneous ephemeral items with most items from 1915-20. Included are club items, commencement programs, school yells, etc. The vertical files in this collection were formerly...
Central High School Diploma
Folder contains a large high school diploma made out to R. Algernon Clark and dated May 24th, 1893. The top of the diploma says "Kansas City High School" although the diploma was actually awarded from...
Folder contains a brochure with a map of central Missouri. It was published to encourage people to attend the Missouri State Fair at Sedalia, Missouri.
Central Presbyterian Church
Folder contains a program for the Christmas exercises held on December 27, 1891, at the Central Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Mo.
Charles A. Lindbergh
Folder contains a printed card from Postmaster Wm. E. Morton, dated June 8, 1927, encouraging people to send an airmail personal message of appreciation to Lindbergh; postcard with photograph of Lindbergh...
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