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181. Daughters of Old Westport Mark 65th Anniversary Daughters of Old Westport Mark 65th Anniversary September//1977 History of the Daughters of Old Westport club, founded in 1912, with regular meetings at 3948 Central Street with a memorial marker placed "in 1920 at 40th and Broadway," with photo.

182. Daughters of the American Revolution Daughters of the American Revolution Information on the Elizabeth Benton Chapter of the association.

183. Deaths: John E. Byrne Deaths: John E. Byrne July/16/1971 Obituary for John Byrne, "70, of 10602 College, a professional golfer," winning "numerous local tournaments" and playing in the National Open tournament in 1929, a golf pro at various local country clubs,...

184. Deaths: Roosevelt Gray Deaths: Roosevelt Gray June/6/1972 Obituary for Roosevelt "Chappie" Gray, or Roosevelt Gray, "72 of 2835 Tracy" Avenue, "a former catcher in semipro and the old Negro National League baseball clubs," born in Arkansas about 1900 and coming...

185. Deaths: Thomas H. Stuver Deaths: Thomas H. Stuver April/23/1969 Photo and obituary for Thomas Stuver, "74, of 7 East [69th Street], past governor of Optimists International and past president of the Downtown Optimist club." Native of Brookfield, Missouri coming to...

186. Defenders of Right and Liberty Defenders of Right and Liberty

187. DeLuxe Night Club DeLuxe Night Club 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called the DeLuxe Night Club. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC F051 F996....

188. Derby Tavern Derby Tavern 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called the Derby Tavern. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC F051 F996.

189. Development and Contribution of a Silent Minority: The Chinese In the Greater Kansas City Area Development and Contribution of a Silent Minority: The Chinese In the Greater Kansas City Area 1975 A 31 page typewritten paper about the history of the Chinese as an ethnic group in Kansas City since the late 19th century, including discrimination, clubs, businesses, etc. Also chronology of prominent...

190. Drifters, Inc. Drifters, Inc. August/7/1974

191. Edward Hislop Edward Hislop Group portrait of "Biblical Literary Society"; Hislop is noted as being in the picture.

192. Elks Club Elks Club Full frontal and side view; located at 7th and Grand.

193. Elks Club Elks Club 1900 Full frontal and side view.

194. Elks Club Elks Club 1900 Full frontal and side view.

195. Elks Club Building Elks Club Building

196. Elks Club Building Elks Club Building May 11, 1961

197. Elks' Club Building Elks' Club Building Postcard of the Elks Club No. 26 building, Kansas City

198. Elm Ridge Golf Club Elm Ridge Golf Club

199. Elmer Ellsworth Elmer Ellsworth February/27/1938 Unverified source on a national cadet organization, organized by Elmer Ellsworth, who in turn was the first officer killed in the Civil War.

200. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Early history of "musical culture," including stores, teachers, clubs, bands, etc., in Kansas City, including Ab Kimmel, Frederic Schattner, and Johns Philip.