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101. Mr. Bon Appetit Mr. Bon Appetit May 23, 2007 Kansas Citian M. Frank Jones began publishing "Bon Appetit" magazine, one of the biggest food magazines in the country "in 1966 from his company headquarters at 4700 Belleview, just west of the Country...

102. Mrs. Belle Naish Dies: She Was a Survivor of Lusitania Sinking--Husband Dies Mrs. Belle Naish Dies: She Was a Survivor of Lusitania Sinking--Husband Dies July/26/1950 Obituary for Mrs. Belle Saunders Naish, or Belle Naish, "86, a Red Cross worker and survivor of the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915," a native of Michigan dying in 1950.

103. New Officers of Freedom Inc. Sworn In New Officers of Freedom Inc. Sworn In December 8, 1984 News article about the swearing-in of new officers for the Freedom Inc. organization, including Archie Welch, Jr. (44-year-old new president replacing Phil Curls) and Rev. James Tindall (new chairman replacing...

104. Obituary for Mrs. Victor Bell Obituary for Mrs. Victor Bell February 16, 1944 Obituary for Mrs. Victor Bell, dying in 1944, widow of prominent Kansas Citian Victor Bell.

105. Outstanding Kansas Citians Outstanding Kansas Citians January//1986 Prominent Kansas Citians.

106. Overthrow of the Old Guard Overthrow of the Old Guard June//1985 Article exploring the changing definitions of Kansas City's high society due to changing social pressures.

107. People of the Year People of the Year December//1990 List of prominent local citizens.

108. People of the Year People of the Year January//1990 Listing of prominent local people.

109. People Who Made a Difference People Who Made a Difference May 2000 Photos and biographical descriptions of "20 people who we believe had the greatest lasting impact on Kansas City and helped to define our city today": (1) Berenice Chouteau, (2) Father Bernard Donnelly,...

110. Philip Klutznick Dies at 92: Jewish Leader Served under President Carter Philip Klutznick Dies at 92: Jewish Leader Served under President Carter August/18/1999 Photo and obituary for Philip Klutznick, "a Kansas City native who was prominent in Jewish communal affairs and served as secretary of commerce in the Carter administration" dying at the age of 92 in 1999....

111. Plans Are Taking Shape for Museum to Honor Influential KC Blacks Plans Are Taking Shape for Museum to Honor Influential KC Blacks October 23, 1984 Article about plans for a "proposed museum that would pay tribute to blacks who had significant impact on Kansas City." The plans are described as tentatively combining a museum with a "Spirit of Freedom...

112. Power Couples Power Couples November-December//1997 Couples in power in Kansas City.

113. Power Elite Power Elite April//1996 List of prominent local citizens.

114. Power Elite Power Elite April//1992 List of prominent local citizens.

115. Power Elite Power Elite April//1995 List of prominent local citizens.

116. Power in Kansas City Power in Kansas City April//1982 Those prominent in terms of power in 1982.

117. Private Lessons Private Lessons August//1990 Review of private schools in Kansas City with high school vignettes of prominent Kansas Citians.

118. Prominent Kansas Citians Prominent Kansas Citians June/29/1975 Tabloid from the Kansas City Star of a series of four articles written on the leaders of Kansas City.

119. Prominent Kansas Citians Prominent Kansas Citians File contains copies from Kansas City newspapers with pictures of "prominent Kansas Citians." Some are undated but most date from the 1920s and 1930s, although one item, "Growth Along All Lines is Marked,"...

120. Prominent Kansas Citians Prominent Kansas Citians August/27/1978 File containing an entire section of the paper about prominent Kansas Citians in the Kansas City Blue Book.