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61. Leader, Educator Dies at 74 Leader, Educator Dies at 74 February 12, 2007 Robert Popper died February 9, 2007. He was the dean of the School of Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City from 1983-1993. He was known for his opposition to the death penalty. "During his time...

62. Linda Hall Library Part of UMKC's Expansion Plans Linda Hall Library Part of UMKC's Expansion Plans December/10-16/1998 Describes how a proposed UMKC Master Plan included taking over the grounds of Linda Hall Library.

63. Local Dentist Elected First Black To Serve On Board of American Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Local Dentist Elected First Black To Serve On Board of American Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons October 14-20, 2011 Dr. Brett Ferguson of Kansas City was recently elected to serve on the Board of American Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Ferguson was appointed chairman of OMS at the UMKC School of Dentistry in 2006....

64. Long-Term Memory Loss Long-Term Memory Loss July/9-15/1998 Discusses the failure of UMKC to proceed with plans for expansion into surrounding neighborhoods.

65. Making Artists, One on One Making Artists, One on One January 5, 2012 Article announces the awarding of a grant to the Musical Bridges program from Kansas City's Francis Family Foundation. Mara Gibson, program director of Musical Bridges, is interviewed and explains its...

66. Making the Grade Making the Grade August 1, 2005 Article summarizes the discussion at a Kansas City @ the Crossroads seminar. This seminar, sponsored by Ingram's magazine and KCPT discussed the status, image and future of the University of Missouri-Kansas...

67. Marr Sound Archives Marr Sound Archives

68. Martha Gilliland: Chancellor Has Vision of UMKC at the Center of Area's Intellectual World Martha Gilliland: Chancellor Has Vision of UMKC at the Center of Area's Intellectual World October 2001 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Martha Gilliland, "chancellor of the University of Missouri-Kansas City," discussing her role in directing the university toward community partnerships,...

69. Martha W. Gilliland, Ph.D. Martha W. Gilliland, Ph.D. 2002 This book contains one page personal accounts of the lives of numerous women from the Kansas City metro area, as well as their photograph. Included is Martha W. Gilliland, Chancellor for the University...

70. Neighborhood Becoming Vacant Due to UMKC Inaction Neighborhood Becoming Vacant Due to UMKC Inaction July-August/30-5/1998 Discusses the flight of residents from the neighborhood targeted by UMKC for demolition as part of an expansion proposal.

71. Neighbors Charge that UMKC Posts Altered Agreement Neighbors Charge that UMKC Posts Altered Agreement April/8-14/1999 Article detailing the agreement reached with UMKC and its neighbors regarding development of property along Rockhill Road.

72. Neighbors Deal with Lingering Anger over UMKC Expansion Neighbors Deal with Lingering Anger over UMKC Expansion September/9-15/1999 Describes residents' efforts to cope with their feelings regarding expansion attempts by UMKC.

73. Neighbors Skeptical of UMKC's Intentions Neighbors Skeptical of UMKC's Intentions November/12-18/1998 Discusses nearby residents' skepticism regarding expansion plans of UMKC.

74. Neighbors' Fight Against UMKC Becomes Political Neighbors' Fight Against UMKC Becomes Political June-July/25-1/1998 Describes the steps taken by opponents of UMKC expansion plans to halt those proposals.

75. New Future for Epperson House? New Future for Epperson House? Fall 2005 Article discusses a study by the architectural firm Helix to determine the feasability of continuing to use the Epperson House to house the Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design at UMKC...

76. News and Comment--Kansas City: New Medical Complex, University Should Complement Midwest Research Institute News and Comment--Kansas City: New Medical Complex, University Should Complement Midwest Research Institute May 28, 1965 Article about the prospects for a new medical complex in Kansas City as a cooperative between the Midwest Research Institute, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and other agencies. History of the...

77. Notes from My Century and My Life in It Notes from My Century and My Life in It written 1985-1990, edited 1990-1994, 2012, printed 2013 Memoir focusing upon Helen Jo Crissman's life, family, and career. Crissman writes of her family history and her parents before focusing upon her education, her career in journalism, and her work as an...

78. One Inspiration Can Lead to Others One Inspiration Can Lead to Others February 24, 2014 Brief article regarding the launch of the Starr Women's Hall of Fame at UMKC. Twenty-four women's organizations helped create the hall in an effort to "recognize women from the Kansas City area and preserve...

79. Out of Strife Comes New Life for Rockhill Crest Residents Out of Strife Comes New Life for Rockhill Crest Residents August/16/2000 Article about the two-year history of the Rockhill Crest Neighborhood Association, formed in 1998 and encompassing "the area between 53rd and 55th streets from Troost Avenue to Holmes Street," organized...

80. Piece of KC's Past Going Up in Lights Piece of KC's Past Going Up in Lights August 18, 2010 A piece of architecftural artwork called "Rivers, Rails and Trails" will be attached to the new addition of the Miller Nichols Library at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. The digitized 1926 map...