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1. 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.

2. Where the Measure of a Man Is Made Where the Measure of a Man Is Made May/15/1915 Photos of C. B. Roueche and Charles Bergfeldt, owners and operators of the men's clothing store called "Bergfeldt-Roueche company," "established in 1895 in a Wyandotte street, between [8th Street and 9th...

3. Wallace Robinson Wallace Robinson 1925 Photo and bio of Wallace Robinson, a Kansas City hotelier residing at 3800 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Canada in 1866 and coming "to Kansas City in 1887 as assistant manager of the Avery Planter Company"...

4. 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...

5. The Success of a Perfect Appartment [sic]: Where the Value of Comfort Is Recognized The Success of a Perfect Appartment [sic]: Where the Value of Comfort Is Recognized August/21/1915 Photo and article about the Knickerbocker Apartments "located in Knickerbocker Place (Thirty-sixth street [or 36th Street]), between Broadway and Pennsylvania avenue, in the heart of the most exclusive...

6. 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.

7. The Progress of a New Firm The Progress of a New Firm May/15/1915 Photo and biographical article about E. B. Silkwood, "a high-class tailor" coming to Kansas City about 1883 and located "at 107 East [10th Street], in the new Bonfils Building."

8. The Passing of George D. Hope The Passing of George D. Hope July/15/1916 Photo and obituary article for George Hope, founder and former president of the George D. Hope Lumber Company, born in Michigan, establishing his business in Belton, Missouri, and dying in July 1916.

9. 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...

10. The Kansas City Bar Association: Legal Personalities The Kansas City Bar Association: Legal Personalities May/15/1915 Photos and bios of Charles Woodbury and William Woodruff, Kansas City lawyers. Description of Woodbury as a native of Kansas City born near his present residence at 330 Garfield Avenue with offices in...

11. The Kansas City Bar Association: Legal Personalities The Kansas City Bar Association: Legal Personalities May/15/1915 Photos and bios of Elmer Powell and Edwin Meservey, Kansas City lawyers. Description of Powell as born in Delaware in 1869 and coming to Kansas City as a teacher before becoming "secretary and treasurer...

12. The Kansas City Bar Association The Kansas City Bar Association May/15/1915 Photo and bio of Clarence Spellman, a lawyer born in Illinois and raised in Kansas City with "offices in the New York Building" (New York Life Building?).

13. The Horner Institute of Fine Arts The Horner Institute of Fine Arts May 15, 1915 Description of the Horner Institute of Fine Arts, with photo and description of its director, Earl Rosenberg, and photos and illustrations of the homes of M. B. Nelson, R. Bryson Jones, and Charles Baird....

14. The Home of Open Discussion The Home of Open Discussion May/15/1915 Photo of W. F. Gentry, secretary of the Kansas City Club, and J. A. Harzfeld, or Jacob Harzfeld, president of the club.

15. The Home of Open Discussion The Home of Open Discussion May/15/1915 Photos of John Williamson, (first vice-president), William Volker (treasurer), and John Barber White (director and retiring president), officers of the "City Club" of Kansas City, organized in 1908 with...

16. 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.

17. 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...

18. Supremacy in Achievements Supremacy in Achievements May/15/1915 Photos of Lou Holland (superintendent) and R. B. Teachenor (president) of the Teachenor-Bartburger Engraving Company in 1915.

19. Supremacy in Achievements Supremacy in Achievements May/15/1915 Photo and bio of Howard Vrooman, "owner and proprietor of the St. Regis, Kansas City's newest and most exclusive half million dollar family hotel, located at the Paseo and Linwood" Boulevards. Vrooman...

20. 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...