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1. A Solemn Ceremony at the Grave of Sarah Boone A Solemn Ceremony at the Grave of Sarah Boone May/30/1969 Photo and caption about the gravesite of Daniel Morgan Boone and his wife Sarah Boone at the southeast corner of the former Metro Golf Course grounds at 63rd and Brooklyn Avenue, visited by the Daughters...

2. About Town: DAR Chapter Marks 90th Year About Town: DAR Chapter Marks 90th Year December/8/1984

3. Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin Papers Finding Aid Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin Papers Finding Aid circa 1870-1925 (bulk 1890-1916) Ada Greenwood MacLaughlin, daughter of Kansas City School Superintendent James Greenwood and his wife Amanda, was born in Kirksville, Missouri, on August 1, 1860. She resided in Kansas City, Missouri,...

4. An Historic Landmark Preserved for Posterity An Historic Landmark Preserved for Posterity February//1924 Article about the preservation of the historic old Arrow Rock Tavern.

5. Boon's Lick Road from St. Louis to Old Franklin, Including the Santa Fe Trail to the Kansas State Line Boon's Lick Road from St. Louis to Old Franklin, Including the Santa Fe Trail to the Kansas State Line 1908 Map of trails across Missouri showing counties by road. Used by the Daughters of the American Revolution to place markers.

6. Bridges Cemetery Bridges Cemetery 1934 Description of location and persons interred at the Bridges Cemetery in the Sni-a-Bar Township of Jackson County, Missouri. Research gathered in 1979 by Ms. Karol Witthar of Blue Springs Historical Society...

7. DAR, Elizabeth Benton Chapter Scrapbook Finding Aid DAR, Elizabeth Benton Chapter Scrapbook Finding Aid 1921 A Kansas City Times article dated Nov. 12, 1979, stated that the Elizabeth Benton DAR chapter, located in Kansas City, Mo., was the first Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution formed west...

8. DAR, Kansas City Chapter, World War I Scrapbook Finding Aid DAR, Kansas City Chapter, World War I Scrapbook Finding Aid 1917-1919 The men of Battery A, 129th Field Artillery, were officially mustered into Federal Service on August 5, 1917, as part of the 35th Division, United States First Army, Allied Expeditionary Force. Most of...

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

10. Daughters of the American Revolution Memorial Daughters of the American Revolution Memorial Full frontal and side view; unidentified man posed next to memorial.

11. Deaths: Mrs. Loyd E. Craig Deaths: Mrs. Loyd E. Craig February/22/1970 Obituary for Helen Craig (ca. 1893-1970), dying on February 19, 1970, at the age of 77, a past regent of the Olathe chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a native of Omaha living in Kansas...

12. Dedication of the Bent-Ward Home Dedication of the Bent-Ward Home May 29, 1905 Program for "the dedication of the Historical Marker Honoring the Bent-Ward Home" sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in 1976.

13. Dedication of the William H. Ashley Marker Dedication of the William H. Ashley Marker October 1939 Included in the proceedings of the 40th DAR state conference is an account of the dedication of the William H. Ashley marker held in October, 1939. The marker was placed on Ashley's grave which is on an...

14. Dr. Johnston Lykins Dr. Johnston Lykins April 17, 1905 Biographical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), the first legal mayor of Kansas City, first postmaster of Westport (out of the Shawnee Mission), and first editor and publisher of a newspaper entirely...

15. Education in Clay County, Missouri Education in Clay County, Missouri 1922 This section gives a history of various schools in Clay County including: Liberty Male and Female Seminary, Liberty Female Institute, Liberty Female College, Clay Seminary (founded by James Love), Hawthorne...

16. Elizabeth Porter Elizabeth Porter 1934 Biographical description of Elizabeth Porter (1750-1845), an early settler of Kansas City involved in the Revolutionary War and interred at her family burial grounds at 26th and Troost Avenues, known as...

17. Genealogy Vertical Files Shelf List Genealogy Vertical Files Shelf List A list of general subjects and family surnames in the genealogy vertical files.

18. Historic Arrow Rock Tavern Historic Arrow Rock Tavern August//1925 Article describing the historic Arrow Rock Tavern in Arrow Rock, Missouri, on the Santa Fe Trail, built in 1830, with photos of interior and exterior.

19. Historical Notes and Comments Historical Notes and Comments July//1940 One paragraph of biography about Elizabeth Gentry (1875-1940), a native of Audrain County, Missouri, and a "national chairman of the Old Trails road committee of the Daughters of the American Revolution...

20. How Clay County Celebrated Her Centennial How Clay County Celebrated Her Centennial October//1922 Article about the festivities at the celebration of the centennial of Clay County, Missouri (separated from Ray County in 1822) in Liberty in 1922 and sponsored by the "Alexander Doniphan Chapter Daughters...