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World War ii
Jenkins Music Company
Beveridge, Mary I
Holiday House Association
Folder contains a fold-out pamphlet with photographs and a smaller pamphlet with stick illustrations as well as a postal envelope. The Holiday House Association of Kansas City was a non-profit group who...
Folder contains a fold-out brochure with photographs and short descriptions of the speakers for the Horner Lyceum lecture program held during the fall and winter of 1921-22 in Kansas City, Missouri, at...
Independence Boulevard Christian Church Men's Bible Class
The folder contains the Oct. 22, 1925, v.1#19 issue of the "Northeast Broadcaster, Station N.M.B.C.", published by the Northeast Men's Bible Class of the Independence Boulevard Christian Church. The vertical...
Independence, Missouri Courthouse
Folder contains a color lithograph entitled "Independence-Courthouse(Missouri)" by Aus. d Kunstanst.
Folder contains two publications on the Fairfax Industrial District, one giving facts and the other containing primarily photographs. Folder also contains a fold-out brochure on the Central Industrial...
Interurban Central Station Company
Folder contains a pamphlet from the Committee of One Hundred (1909), project report which includes maps, and photograph connected with the proposed office building, hotel and bus terminal for the Interurban...
File contains information and articles concerning the Kansas City area in relation to the war.
Italian Mission and Institute
Folder contains two publications concerning the Italian Mission and Institute which was located in the northeast area of Kansas City, Missouri. The work was started by the Central Presbyterian Church and...
J. C. Nichols Collection Finding Aid
1912-1960 (bulk 1922-1950)
J. C. Nichols was born in Olathe, Kansas, in 1880 and died in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1950. He was a major residential land developer in the metropolitan area. He was a pioneer in the development of...
J.C. Nichols Investment Company
Folder contains a promotional map published by the J.C. Nichols Investment Company. It covers the Sunset Hill and Westwood areas. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's...
J.C. Nichols School
Folder contains an invitation to a house warming at the school, dated January 30, 1931.
Folder contains a bill of sale, Lyon County, Kansas, July 29, 1863, between Hadley and P.B. Plumb. Due to circumstances relating to the library's receiving of this item, J.M. Hadley was probably an ancestor...
J.W. Jenkins & Sons
Folder includes a one-sheet program for the Grand Theatre with a J.W. Jenkins Sons' Music Company advertisement on the back. Also an advertising piece for furniture from the company, ca1960s and a small,...
Folder contains an invitation with envelope to the opening of the first Jaccard Watch and Jewelry Co. store in Kansas City, Missouri, located at 815 Main, the invitation dated Sept. 10th, 1888. Folder...
Jackson County Courthouse, Kansas City
Folder contains "Citizens' League Bulletin" for Mar. 27, 1926, three issues of "Kansas City's Public Affairs", another pamphlet concerning the courthouse bonds, and the dedication program for the new Jackson...
Folder contains memorial pamphlet entitled "Jacob Leander Loose, June 17, 1850-September 18, 1923". It includes his life history, notes of interest, comments by friends, some newspaper comments and the...
Jacob Loose Residence
Folder contains a card with photographic image of the Jacob Loose home located at 101 E. Armour. Photo taken in winter. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular...
James Bradley (Young & Bradley Co.)
Folder contains correspondence between Mary E. Hamlen and James Bradley, dated 1883. Also contains an advertising card for the Bradley-Fuller Carriage Co., and a metal piece with "Young & Bradley, Kansas...
James M. Greenwood
Folder includes invitation and commemorative program for the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Dr. James M. Greenwood, held at the Music Hall of the Municipal Auditorium, November 15, 1937. The...
James Morton and Sons, Confectioners
Folder contains a vocal music program dated May 16, 1911, featuring Miss Nita Abraham, soprano. Supposedly held at James Morton's & Sons confectionary shop located in 1911 at 1024 Main and 3936 Main. The...
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