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201. A Part of Kansas City's History: The University of Health Sciences, 1916-1980 A Part of Kansas City's History: The University of Health Sciences, 1916-1980 October 19, 1980 Eight-page supplement about the osteopathic medical school and hospital at Independence Blvd. and Woodland Avenue.

202. A Piece of KC's Past Is Rediscovered A Piece of KC's Past Is Rediscovered November 28, 2003 Article details the recent suggestion that part of the original riverboat landing or wharf area on Kansas City's waterfront is visible. Geologist Richard Gentile thinks the exposed ledge that tilts toward...

203. A Pillar of the Community A Pillar of the Community January 21, 2009 Guadalupe Centers, Inc., is celebrating 90 years of service to the Latino community and the 30th anniversary of its executive director, Cristobal Medina. Reported to be the oldest Latino organization in...

204. A Place For Peace: Sculpture, Fountain Symbolize Growing Importance of United Nations A Place For Peace: Sculpture, Fountain Symbolize Growing Importance of United Nations April 30, 2003 Review of the dedication of the United Nations Peace Plaza in Independence on April 25, 2003. The sculpture of a girl with arms outstretched releasing a dove was designed by Tom Corbin. "The girl serves...

205. A Place to Grab a Bite to Eat A Place to Grab a Bite to Eat February 25, 2006 Architectural rendering of a grill planned to be constructed on the main level of Union Station by Summer, 2006. The restaurant will feature food and furnishings in the tradition of the orginal Fred Harvey...

206. A Place to Honor and Remember A Place to Honor and Remember April 21, 2006 A Korean War Veterans Memorial is to be located on the southwest corner of 119th Street and Lowell Avenue in Overland Park. The groundbreaking ceremonies will be Saturday, April 22, 2006 with U.S. Congressman...

207. A. Porter Davis A. Porter Davis 1952-1956 Vertical file containing multiple articles from The Call about Dr. A. Porter Davis, an African American physician in Kansas City, Kansas. Davis was elected president of the National Medical Association...

208. A Powerful Beacon at Whatsoever A Powerful Beacon at Whatsoever March 19, 2008 Article describing the history of the Whatsoever Community Center located at 1201 Ewing St. in the Sheffield neighborhood. Orginally a soup kitchen founded in 1915 by a group of women from the Independence...

209. A Promising Legacy A Promising Legacy October 11, 2006 Article describes the vision for coverting the historic Paseo YMCA building into the John "Buck" O'Neil Education and Research Center, in honor of the Negro Leagues legend who passed away October 6, 2006....

210. A Proposed New Parking Lot A Proposed New Parking Lot January/25/1967 Illustrated map of the "proposed new parking lot (outlined) for the Nelson Gallery of Art and Atkins Museum" at 45th and Rockhill Roads.

211. A Puzzle about Quiz A Puzzle about Quiz January 11, 2006 Commentary, written on the occasion of relief pitcher Bruce Sutter's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, arguing that Royals reliever Dan Quisenberry's career statistics qualify him for placement...

212. A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History July/14/1929 Illustration, and biographical article about Sacajawea (ca. 1785-1812 ca.), a Shoshone Indian guide on the Lewis and Clark expedition and wife of French fur trader Toussaint Charbonneau (1759-1840 ca.)...

213. A Report by the Mid-America Regional Council. Airports/1990 A Report by the Mid-America Regional Council. Airports/1990 1977 File containing a report on the 1977 Airport System Plan, etc.

214. A Restless Missourian Laid Claim to the West A Restless Missourian Laid Claim to the West April/30/1964 File contains an article about Missourian explorer of the West, William Ashley (ca. 1782-1838), in a review of a book about him and his arrival in Missouri territory in about 1802 and serious exploration...

215. A Retired Methodist Minister with Two Score Slaves Transformed into a Plantation 365 Acres North of of A Retired Methodist Minister with Two Score Slaves Transformed into a Plantation 365 Acres North of of Thirty-First Street at Troost, Which He Found a Wilderness February 21, 1926 Illustrated map and biographical article about Reverend James Porter (1786-1851), a pioneer Methodist minister arriving in Jackson County from Tennessee with his mother in 1829 before settling in Kansas...

216. A River Runs Through Us A River Runs Through Us August 1, 2007 Article about the Riverfront Heritage Trail that winds through Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas. The trail follows the Missouri and Kansas Rivers and includes historical and educational markers...

217. A Rose in Any Other Garden A Rose in Any Other Garden April 30, 2006 Article features Sarajane S. Aber and her association with the Kansas City Rose Society. She has been a member of the organization for 30 years with 22 of those years as rose garden chairwoman. The society...

218. A Rough Start in Kansas City A Rough Start in Kansas City August 31, 2003 Article describes the period (ca. 1884) during which artist Frederick Remington lived in Kansas City, and on a sheep ranch near Wichita, Kansas.

219. A Rugged Ozarks Resident at 83 Tells Tales of a Pioneer Neighbor's Prowess A Rugged Ozarks Resident at 83 Tells Tales of a Pioneer Neighbor's Prowess Biographical article about Jacob Coonce (1806-1878), a hunter and soldier from Saint Clair County, Missouri, building that region's first cabin in 1831 and moving around 1832 to Jackson County near Brush...

220. A Rummage through a House of Fading Whispers A Rummage through a House of Fading Whispers October 12, 1980 Article about the former residence of the Waggoner family of Independence, Missouri, built about 1855 by John Lewis (a farmer from Kentucky) at 313 East Pacific Street and later becoming the home of "the...