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181. Carl Busch Carl Busch 1902 Photo and bio of Carl Busch, "director of the Oratorio Society and of the Philharmonic Orchestra," born in Jutland, Denmark, in 1862, moving to America in 1887 and before 1900 Kansas City, composing many...

182. Carl Busch and the Symphony Orchestra an Asset That Should Be Capitalized Carl Busch and the Symphony Orchestra an Asset That Should Be Capitalized March 30, 1915 Article about the importance of the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, led by director Carl Busch, to the city, "as much a necessity for this city as water, light and paved streets," with photo.

183. Carl Busch Recognition Association Scrapbook Finding Aid Carl Busch Recognition Association Scrapbook Finding Aid 1923-1934 (bulk 1923) Carl Busch, musician, composer, arranger, and conductor, was born March 19, 1862, in Denmark. He came to Kansas City in 1887 and spent many years in the community providing musical leadership. Busch was...

184. Carl Hoffman Music Co. Carl Hoffman Music Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Carl Hoffman Music Co. showing two kittens leaning on flowers watching a butterfly. Front of card says: "Carl Hoffman Music Co...Sole Representative of the Celebrated Steger & Sons...

185. Carl Hoffman Music Company Carl Hoffman Music Company 1901 Folder contains a small, illustrated advertisement for the Carl Hoffman Music Co. of Kansas City, Missouri. Features the song "With Fire and Sword" by Charles L. Johnson, giving the first four lines of...

186. Carl Hoffman Music House Carl Hoffman Music House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Carl Hoffman Music Co. showing a woman playing a piano next to a Christmas tree surrounded by children with candles. The piano has "Mason & Hamlin" on it. Front of card has two stanzas...

187. Carlene Neihart Carlene Neihart Photos and information on Carlene Neihart, a music teacher at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and organist at the Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church in the 1960s-1970s, with residence...

188. Carleton Coon Carleton Coon Circa 1920 Interior view of Carleton Coon seated with his drum/percussion set. Sign says "The Original Coon-Sanders Novelty Orchestra." Exact location not given.

189. Catharine Gardner, 'She was Interested in Everyone and Everything' Catharine Gardner, 'She was Interested in Everyone and Everything' July 11, 2006 Death tribute for Catharine Gardner also known as Catharine Strom while she was a radio announcer for classical music station, KXTR-FM. She died July 6, 2006, in Raytown, Missouri. She loved classical...

190. Celebrating All Things Irish Celebrating All Things Irish May 7, 2008 Since March 2007, the Irish Museum and Cultural Center has been located in Union Station in the lower level west wing. "The free-admission center has exhibits on Irish immigration, photos of early Irish...

191. Charles Johnson Charles Johnson Identified on back of photograph as "Johnson at Benson farm-Arthur Benson on far right." Charles Johnson is first on the left. Others in photograph are not identified.

192. Charles L. Johnson Charles L. Johnson N.d. Black and white portrait of local musician and composer, Charles L. Johnson.

193. Charles L. Johnson Charles L. Johnson N.d. Black and white photo identified on the back as Charles Johnson at the piano, Frances "Brick" Wornall as conductor and Jack Riley with clarinet on the far left.

194. Charles L. Johnson Papers Finding Aid Charles L. Johnson Papers Finding Aid 1861-1950 Charles Johnson, ragtime musician and composer and arranger, spent most of his life in Kansas City, Missouri. It is believed that he made the first orchestra arrangement for the song "Missouri Waltz" and...

195. Charles N. Daniels Charles N. Daniels Information about Charles Daniels, a ragtime composer from 1896 to 1943. He was born in 1878, and was involved in some of the earliest publication of ragtime music, including the first "rag" ever sold,...

196. Charles P. Hughes Charles P. Hughes 1936 Autographed portrait of Charles P. Hughes, leading man of radio show The First Nighter. Autograph reads "To my dear good friend Joe Sanders whose delightful music has given me hours of enjoyment. Sincerely...

197. Charles Smith, Kansas City Architect Charles Smith, Kansas City Architect June 11, 1905 Biographical sketch of Charles Ashley Smith, or Charles Smith (1866-1948), a prominent Kansas City architect. Native of Ohio coming to Kansas City, Missouri, in 1887 as a draftsman for architect William...

198. Charles Williams Charles Williams April/May 2009 Article spotlights the career of pianist Charles Williams. A native of Kansas City, Kansas, Williams grew up in a musical family and learned to play several instruments at a young age. He identifies his...

199. Chicago World's Fair Chicago World's Fair 1893 Folder contains a program for ceremonies of dedication of the fair's Missouri State Building at Jackson Park, Chicago, held on May 1st, 1893. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part...

200. Chorus Girl Returned Here as Gypsy Rose Lee, a Star [and] Queen of Strippers Dies of Cancer at 56 Chorus Girl Returned Here as Gypsy Rose Lee, a Star [and] Queen of Strippers Dies of Cancer at 56 April/27/1970 Photo and obituary articles about Gypsy Rose Lee (1914-1970), "the queen of burlesque" appearing in the early 1930s as an unknown dancer at "the Cuban Gardens nightclub in Clay County," Missouri, before...