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1. Biography of Dorothy B. Perkins (1884-1981), Ballet Teacher Biography of Dorothy B. Perkins (1884-1981), Ballet Teacher 1999

2. Kansas City's Grain Interests Kansas City's Grain Interests May/15/1915 Article about Kansas City's grain industry and the national role of the Kansas City Board of Trade, with photo.

3. Longview Farm: The Country Home of Mr. R. A. Long Longview Farm: The Country Home of Mr. R. A. Long May/15/1915 Article about Longview Farm, the country home of lumber magnate R. A. Long and his daughter and horse trainer Loula Long Combs in Lee's Summit, with photos.

4. Speedway Races July 22 Speedway Races July 22 July/15/1916 Article about the completion of the Kansas City Speedway, with plans for opening on July 15, 1916, and a star-studded race on July 22, including "Earl Cooper, 1915 road champion of the world and Eddie...

5. The Building of Our Citizens--Our Educational Interests The Building of Our Citizens--Our Educational Interests May/15/1915 Article about the educational system of the Kansas City School District, with photos of the Norman School and Manual Training High School, also describing several administrators and Board of Education...

6. Industrial Development, Manufacturers and Building Trades: A Million Dollars a Day Industrial Development, Manufacturers and Building Trades: A Million Dollars a Day May 15, 1915 Article about the industrial economy of Kansas City and its growth in rankings starting in 1890, with tables and photos.

7. The New Hotel Muehlebach The New Hotel Muehlebach May 15, 1915 Article about the new Hotel Muehlebach Hotel, "formally opened to the public on May 17," 1915, at 12th and Baltimore Avenue, with illustrations and description of the main lobby, Plantation Grill, Café...

8. Kansas City's Parks and Boulevards Kansas City's Parks and Boulevards May/15/1915 Article about the park and boulevard system, with photos.

9. World's Second Greatest Live Stock Market, Kansas City World's Second Greatest Live Stock Market, Kansas City May/15/1915 Article about the rank of Kansas City's livestock market as second largest in the world, with photos and description of the Stockyards and the Live Stock Exchange Building.

10. The Religious Sense of Kansas City The Religious Sense of Kansas City May/15/1915 Article about the religious sense of Kansas City, with photos of several ornate churches.

11. Transportation Facilities, Their Distribution and Territory: The Kingdom of Kansas City Transportation Facilities, Their Distribution and Territory: The Kingdom of Kansas City May/15/1915 Article about the transportation facilities and geographic advantages of Kansas City, with illustrations of the new Union Station and a table comparing populations of Kansas City and Saint Louis from 1900...

12. Kansas City's Financial Situation Kansas City's Financial Situation May/15/1915 Article by banker William Kemper about Kansas City's financial situation, with a photo of the Christian Church Hospital.

13. The Development [sic] of Musical Interests The Development [sic] of Musical Interests May/15/1915 Article by Carl Busch, with photo of him, about the development of musical interests in Kansas City, including the establishment of the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra.

14. Homes Beautiful in Kansas City Homes Beautiful in Kansas City May/15/1915 Article by J. C. Nichols about the residences and planning of the Country Club District, with photos of the homes of E. Dickinson, H. D. Seavey, E. L. Brundrett, B. Rockwell, and Mrs. Hugh C. Ward.

15. 103 Years of History 103 Years of History March 16, 2002 Article that gives a short history of The Independent magazine. It was started in 1899 by George Creel and Arthur Grissom as a political magazine. Ten years later two women, Katherine Baxter and Clara...

16. Hans Peterson Hans Peterson May/15/1915 Biographical description of Hans Peterson, "first viola in our [Kansas City's] symphony orchestra and also in the Kansas City Quartet," native to Denmark and emigrating to Kansas City in 1880.

17. Master Builder Master Builder May/15/1915 Biographical sketch of Benjamin Foster, "president of the Foster Lumber Company, a gigantic concern, with yards and mills" in Kansas City and offices "in the Long building." Photo of presumably one of...

18. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Biographical sketch of Edward Gordon Jacques, or Edward Jacques, an iron and steel executive coming to Kansas City about 1912, with residence at 3435 Coleman Road.

19. Milestones to Greatness Milestones to Greatness May/15/1915 Biographical sketch of Franklin Crabbs, organizer of the Union Bank Note Company in 1885, with a photo of his house at 3538 Gillham Road, "the [p]urest [t]ype of a [c]olonial [h]ome in the [c]ity."

20. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Biographical sketch of Frederick Ruthrauff Hoover, or Frederick Hoover, "civil engineer and general agent for the Canton Bridge Company since 1919," born in Indianapolis in 1876 and coming to Kansas city...