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1. You've Come a Long Way, Maybe: Here's a Look at the Top-Ranking Female Executives from Kansas City's You've Come a Long Way, Maybe: Here's a Look at the Top-Ranking Female Executives from Kansas City's Largest Companies August//1991 Review of many of the top female executives in large local businesses.

2. You've Come a Long Way, Maybe: A Look at the Top-Ranking Female Executives at the Area's 100 Largest You've Come a Long Way, Maybe: A Look at the Top-Ranking Female Executives at the Area's 100 Largest Companies September//1992 Review of many of the top female executives in local large companies.

3. Writers Rap: First Annual Calvin Trillin Literary Symposium, Tea Party, and Wasted Afternoon Writers Rap: First Annual Calvin Trillin Literary Symposium, Tea Party, and Wasted Afternoon February//1978 Six Kansas City writers and cartoonists.

4. Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women 1956 Biographical sketch of Louis Samuel Rothschild, or Louis Rothschild, a business executive and government official of Kansas City with offices at 1000 Main Street and residence at 610 West Meyer Boulevard....

5. What Next for the Secretive Sutherlands What Next for the Secretive Sutherlands September//1982 Profile of the Sutherland Lumber Company, based in Kansas City and owned and operated by the Sutherland family headed by Herman Sutherland. Description of its operations and prominent position in the national...

6. Washington Hotel Washington Hotel November 27, 1933 Article about the closing of the Washington Hotel at 12th and Washington Streets in 1933 with its history back to its construction in the late 1880s by Charles Hasbrook on Quality Hill. Description of...

7. Visionary Remembered Visionary Remembered April 16, 2004 Harold Pener was known for providing Kansas City with the latest fashions in men wear. He died April 10, 2004, leaving his sons, Barry and David, in charge of the company's 30 stores. San Pener started...

8. Updating Kansas City Updating Kansas City August 1973 Article about Kansas City becoming more up-to-date in the early 1970s and late 1960s, with institutions and operations such as the Foreign Trade Zone and underground storage, Kansas City International...

9. United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery //1878 Missouri volume of the book series containing portraits and biographical sketches of many prominent Kansas Citians.

10. Top 50 Highest-Paid Executives of Area Public Companies Top 50 Highest-Paid Executives of Area Public Companies November/12/1990 Ranked by cash compensation Top 50 list continued in next issues: November 19 (issue 10, page 20) and November 26 (issue 11, page 18).

11. Top 50 Highest-Paid Executives of Area Public Companies Top 50 Highest-Paid Executives of Area Public Companies September/24/1990 Covers years 1989-1990. In issue entitled Top 25 Lists 1989-1990: A Supplement to the Kansas City Business Journal. From Accounting Firms to Women-Owned Businesses.

12. Top 50 Highest Paid Executives of Publicly Held Corporations 
 Top 50 Highest Paid Executives of Publicly Held Corporations December 8, 1986 Ranked by cash compensation. Top 50 list continued in the next issue, December 15, Vol. 13, page 26.

13. Thomas Tomb, Banker and Cattleman, Dead Thomas Tomb, Banker and Cattleman, Dead April/26/1910 File containing an obituary for Thomas Blackwell Tomb, or Thomas Tomb (1840-1910), a cattleman and partner in the Tomb-Winter Land Company. Native of Pennsylvania coming to Kansas City in 1884 with the...

14. They Came from Missouri and They Showed the Way They Came from Missouri and They Showed the Way October 1, 1941 Map and article about prominent Missourians becoming important either here or elsewhere, including Lloyd Stark, Mark Twain, John Marmaduke, Walter Williams, Lon Stephens, John Collet, John Pershing, Calamity...

15. The Untouchables The Untouchables June//1987 Photographs included. 40 of the Proud, Praised, and Free [Dan Henry, Len Dawson, etc.].

16. The Top Ten The Top Ten April//1994 List of prominent local citizens.

17. The Top 100 Influential Blacks in Greater Kansas City, Part I The Top 100 Influential Blacks in Greater Kansas City, Part I December 13-December 19, 1985 First in a series of three articles with photos of several prominent African Americans of Kansas City. Among those pictured here are Herman Johnson (vice-chairman of the Chamber of Commerce), Gayle Holliday...

18. The Spanish Trader's Westport Bride The Spanish Trader's Westport Bride August/22/1962 Article about the elite Westport society couple of Mrs. Mary Bell "Mamie" Bernard Aguirre and her wealthy "Spanish" husband from Chihuahua, Mexico, a Santa Fe Trail wagon train partner, married on August...

19. The Society Game The Society Game June//1998 Examination of Kansas City's contemporary and historical high society and their activities as a social game.

20. The Power Elite: The Bulls and the Bears of the KC Area The Power Elite: The Bulls and the Bears of the KC Area April 1, 2003 This article uses the stock market as a metaphor to describe power in Kansas City. Sub-titles in the article include: "Bearing Up", "Blue Chips", "The Bulls", "Bearing Down", and "Municipal Bonds". Prominent...