Primary Sources

This is a comprehensive list of primary source materials that inform understanding of the Pendergast era in Kansas City. Links to catalogs or more information are included where available.
  1. “N.A.A.C.P. Club,” Lincolnian 1928, University of Missouri-Kansas City Libraries, Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections.

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  2. Scottish Rite Progress in the Valley of Kansas City, Missouri. Independence, Mo. : [s.n.], 1925.

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  3. Athenaeum Scrapbooks, Women’s City Club Scrapbooks, and books of minutes, Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO.

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  4. "Mrs. George W. Fuller." Kansas City Times, 19 June 1944.

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  5. "A. Ross Hill to Marry Mrs. Hugh C. Ward." Evening Missourian, 1 September 1919.

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  6. The State Historical Society of Missouri, Manuscript Collection: George Kessler Papers, Collection K0355

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  7. Vertical File: Reed, Nell Donnelly (Mrs. James A.). Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  8. Bisceglia, John B. Italian Institute and Central Chapel. Atlanta, Georgia: Presbyterian Church, Home Missions, [1940?].

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  9. Kansas City Journal. Kansas City, Mo. : Journal Co., 1897-1928.

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  10. "City Hails Lindy." The Kansas City Star, 17 August 1927.

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  11. "May We Present Mrs. A. Ross Hill." Future 2 (July 12, 1935): 5.

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  12. The State Historical Society of Missouri, Manuscript Collection: Hare & Hare Archives, Collection K0206

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  13. Microfilm: Kansas City Star & Times Selected Subjects, Roll 19: Mary McElroy. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  14. Italian American Who’s Who: A Biographical Dictionary of Outstanding Italo-Americans and Italian Residents of the United States. New York: The Vigo Press, 1935.

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  15. Kansas City Star. Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Star Co.

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  16. "In Memory of Lou Holland." The Kansas City Times, 17 June 1961.

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  17. “A Story That Helped.” Literary Digest, 20 July 1912.

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  18. The State Historical Society of Missouri, Manuscript Collection: J. C. Nichols Company Records, Collection K0106

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  19. Vertical File: Union Station Massacre. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  20. Funeral bulletin for Lucile H. Bluford. Vertical Files - Bluford, Lucile. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  21. Kansas City Times. Kansas City, Mo. : W.R. Nelson, 1908-1990.

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  22. "Leaders in Our Town: Lou Holland, Whose Distinction Lies in Services Performed Free." The Kansas City Times, 16 July 1950.

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  23. O'Neil, Buck, et al. I Was Right On Time. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

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  24. J. C. Nichols Company Scrapbooks, Collection K0054

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  25. Vertical File: Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  26. MacDonald, A. B.  “Gift to Union Mission of Old North Side Resort.” Kansas City Star, 18 February 1934.

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  27. The Kansas City Call. Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Call Co., 1933-

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  28. "Lou Holland Spell Success: 'S-E-R-V-I-C-E." The Kansas City Star, 17 Jan. 1926.

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  29. The Chicago Defender. Real Times Inc., 1905-

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  30. Monchow, Helen Corbin. The Use of Deed Restrictions in Subdivision Development. Chicago: The Institute for Research in Land Economics and Public Utilities, 1928.

  31. Vertical File: Moten, Bennie. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  32. “Clendening Dies.”  Kansas City Star, January 31, 1945. 

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  33. The Future, 1935

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  34. "Open City Air Depot." The Kansas City Times, 9 Dec. 1929.

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  35. Missouri State Association of Negro Teachers Legislative Commission. “A Comparative Study of Average Annual Salaries Paid to Negro and White Teachers in Missouri, 1933-1939.” Ramos-Lincoln Collection-Vertical Files: Missouri State Association of Negro Teachers, Box 2, Folder 10. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  36. The Urban Land Institute, J. C. Nichols, Winifred Hewetson, J. Russell Hewetson, Herbert Spencer Clark, Marion Cox, Seward H. Mott, and Newton C. Farr. The Community Builders Handbook [in English]. Washington, D.C.: [Urban Land Institute], 1947.

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  37. Vertical File: Musicians--Local. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  38. Peter, George E. "Sit-Down." American Speech, vol. 12, no. 1. February 1937, pp. 31-33.

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  39. Clendening, Logan.  “Joys of Old Age.”  Kansas City Star, February 1, 1945. 

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  40. Edna Mae Whithouse Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS P797, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries

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  41. Ingram's. Kansas City, Mo. : Ingram's, c1975-

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  42. Missouri State Association of Negro Teachers Legislative Commission. “Missouri State Association of Negro Teachers Fifty-Third Annual Convention Official Program.” 1938. Ramos-Lincoln Collection-Vertical Files: Missouri State Association of Negro Teachers, Box 2, Folder 10. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  43. "Mayor Cowgill Indorses Victory Monument Plan," Kansas City Journal, 18 November. 1918.

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  44. Industrial Districts Vertical File. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  45. “Dr. Clendening Was a Lucid Writer on Medicine for Laymen.”  Kansas City Times, February 1, 1945.

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  46. Kansas City Jazz Oral History Collection (K0012), The State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center Kansas City

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  47. "W. T. Kemper Dies." The Kansas City Star, 19 Jan. 1938.

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  48. Lincoln High School Student Handbook, 1927-1928. Ramos-Lincoln Collection-Vertical File: Schools-Public--Kansas City--Lincoln H.S., Box 3, Folder 12. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  49. “R.A. Long’s Vision,” Kansas City Star, 26 October 1919. 

  50. "Jazz Patron, Promoter Milton Morris Dies at 71." Kansas City Times, 22 November 1983.

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  51. “Dr. Logan Clendening.”  Kansas City Star, February 1, 1945.

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  52. The Kansas City Sunday Sun. Kansas City, Mo. : H.L. Preston

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  53. "Conrad H. Mann." The Kansas City Star, 27 Dec. 1943.

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  54. Lincolnian. Lincoln High School. Missouri Valley Special Collections School Yearbooks.1909-1995. Kansas City Public Library.

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  55. Coolidge, Calvin. “Address at the Dedication of the Liberty Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri,” 11 November 1926. (accessed 19 September 2015). 

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  56. "Milton Morris buried as Mourners Remember Unique Jazz Institution." Kansas City Times, 24 November 1983.

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  57. Laird, Landon.  “About Town.”  Kansas City Times, February 2, 1945.

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  58. New York Times. New York, N.Y. : H.J. Raymond & Co., 1857-

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  59. "Dr. Mayerberg is Dead at 72." The Kansas City Times, 22 Nov. 1964.

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  60. Lincolnite. Lincoln High School. Missouri Valley Special Collections School Yearbooks.1909-1995. Kansas City Public Library.

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  61. Long, Robert A. “Our Liberty Memorial is a Noble Civic Asset,” Citizens’ League Bulletin (23 January 1926).

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  62. "The Much-Noted Milton has Seen All the Best." Kansas City Star, 16 March 1980.

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  63. “Nelson C. Crews Dead.”  Kansas City Call, April 27, 1923.

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  64. Topeka Daily Capital. Topeka, A. Capper. May 1889-

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  65. St. Louis Dispatch. St. Louis, Mo. : St. Louis Dispatch Print. and Pub. Co., 1864-[1877?]

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  66. Jones, Henry Jr. "New Horizons for Rabbi Who Stirs Opposite Views." The Kansas City Star, 19 June 1960.

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  67. Washington, Booker T. The Booker T. Washington Papers. Ed. Raymond Smock and Louis R. Harlan, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972.

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  68. McPherson, J.E. “Kansas City’s Liberty Memorial,” Part I, Arts and Decoration 15 (June 1921).

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  69. "Louis Oppenstein." Kansas City Star, 16 April 1938.

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  70. “New Mail Office Open.”  Kansas City Star, December 17, 1953. 

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  71. William Volker & Company Collection. LaBudde Special Collections, Miller Nichols Library, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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  72. St. Louis Republic. St. Louis, Mo. : G. Knapp & Co., 1888-

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  73. Swanson, Roger. "Fighting Man of Peace—Rabbi Mayerberg." The Kansas City Times, 19 Sept. 1958.

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  74. The Crisis. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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  75. McPherson, J.E. The Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri (Kansas City: Liberty Memorial Association, 1929).

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  76. "Matter of Trusts: Forgotten Rich Leave Mark." Kansas City Times, 18 Sept.1997.

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  77. Jackson County Medical Society. Weekly Bulletin of the Jackson County Medical Society. James L. Soward Collection, State Historical Society of Missouri-Kansas City.

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  78. Kansas City Star Magazine. Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Star Co.

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  79. St. Louis Star-Chronicle. St. Louis, Mo. : Star-Chronicle Pub. Co., 1905-1908.

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  80. Atkinson, Roger. "An Afternoon with Jay McShann." Jazz Ambassador Magazine, JAM (June/July 2006): 20-25.

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  81. “Negro Girl’s Income Exceeds President’s.” Wichita Beacon, Sept. 27, 1913.

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  82. Mottram, R.H. Ten Years Ago: Armistice and Other Memories (London: Chatto and Windus, 1928).

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  83. Rice, Glenn E. "'Kansas City' Felix Payne Played a Big Role in the Community of the 1930s." Kansas City Star, 6 June 1996.

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  84. Jackson County Medical Society, Jackson County Medical Journal, James L. Soward Collection, State Historical Society of Missouri-Kansas City.

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  85. Nelly Don at Home. Kansas City, MO: Nelly Don, 1948.

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  86. Guadalupe Center Collection, Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  87. Brown, Leonard. "An Interview with Jay McShann." Kansas City...and All That’s Jazz, edited by the Kansas City Jazz Museum, 17-23. Kansas City: Andrew McMeel Publishing, 1999.

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  88. New York Age

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  89. Program: Competition for the Selection of an Architect to Design and Supervise the Construction of a Memorial at Kansas City (Kansas City: Liberty Memorial Association, 1920).

  90. Perry, J. Edward. Forty Cords of Wood. Unpublished manuscript, Black Archives of Mid-America.

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  91. The Committee on Administrative Practice of the American Public Health Association and the Kansas City Public Service Institute, Health and Hospital Survey. Kansas City, MO: Lechtman Printing Co., 1931.

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  92. "The Story of Wolferman's." Wednesday Magazine, 11 March 1964.

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  93. Ceremonies of the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  94. "A Few Interesting Facts about Our New Building." The Tie [10?] ([1930?]): 5. Kansas City Power and Light Company Vertical File, Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  95. The Associated Negro Press August 4, 1922-

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  96. The Kansas Citian. Kansas City, Mo., Chamber of Commerce of Kansas City.

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  97. Kansas City World. Kansas City, Mo. : World Newspaper Co., 1894-1908.

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  98. Rodgers, Samuel U., M.D. “Kansas City General Hospital No. 2: A Historical Summary.” Journal of the National Medical Association 54, no. 5 (September 1962). 525-639.

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  99. Kansas City Speedway Association, inc., advertisement, "Kansas City Speedway Racing - The Greatest Thrill of All!," Kansas City Star. July 30, 1922.

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  100. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Annual Reports of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 1919-1935.

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  101. Ieun, Dr. F. J.  “Keeping the Employees Physically Fit.” The Tie 12 (August 1932): 14-15.

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  102. The Appeal July 22, 1922 St. Paul’s The Appeal (vol. 38, no. 29)

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  103. Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Minutes, 1856-1991. Native Sons Archives. (K0274), The State Historical Society of Missouri, Manuscript Collection.

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  104. "Leaders Pause to Mourn Loss." The Kansas City Times, 25 Feb. 1967.

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  105. Lewis, Milton C. "Milton C. Lewis, M.D." Milton C. Lewis Collection, Truman Medical Center Archives, Kansas City, Missouri.

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  106. "The Main Steel Grandstand at the Speedway Nears Completion," Kansas City Star (August 13, 1922).

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  107. United States, Reserve Bank Organization Committee, #51 Missouri (Kansas City), Box 2657, Records of the Federal Reserve System, 1878-1996, Record Group 82.

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  108. Nelson Gallery of Art. Mounted newspaper clipping files. Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  109. The Washington Times

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  110. Kansas City’s Ten-Year Plan Records, 1870-1938. Native Sons Archives. (K0272), The State Historical Society of Missouri, Manuscript Collection.

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  111. New York Times Magazine. New York, N.Y. : The New York Times.

  112. "Roy A. Roberts." The Kansas City Star. 24 Feb. 1987.

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  113. Benton, Thomas Hart, An American in Art: A Professional and Technical Autobiography, Manhattan: Kansas Quarterly, 1969.

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  114. Fowler, Richard B. "A Dream Put into a Drawing was Thomas Wight’s Turning Point." The Kansas City Star, April 26, 1931.

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  115. Worley, Jess. “Unfinished Manuscript on the History of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.” N.d. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  116. “Your City Hall” brochure, 1937.

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  117. Bluford, Lucile. "Chester Arthur Franklin, 1880-1955." Manuscript, 1968, Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library

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  118. Hotel Greeter’s Guide to Kansas City (Hotel Greeters of America: Kansas City, MO, 1928)

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  119. "Roy A. Roberts of The Star Dies." The Kansas City Times, 24 Feb. 1967.

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  120. Benton, Thomas Hart, An Artist in America, Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1937.

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  121. "W.D. Wight is Dead." The Kansas City Times, October 30, 1947.

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  122. Frost, Stanley, The Challenge of the Klan. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1923, 1924.

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  123. “City’s Story in Stone.” The Kansas City Star (Nov. 15, 1936): 1.

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  124. The Franklin Collection, Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City. Accessed July 31, 2018.

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  125. Book of the Republican National Convention, Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, 1928.

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  126. "Roy Roberts of The Star." The Kansas City Star, 28 Feb. 1976.

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  127. Archival materials on Thomas Hart Benton, held by the Missouri Valley Special Collections. 

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  128. Greiner, Mori. “Presenting John B. Gage.” Swing 4 (July 1948): 36-40.

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  129. Kansas Historical Society (Topeka, Ks.) Manuscripts: Ku Klux Klan File; Archives: Records of the Office of the Secretary of State.

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  130. “Sculptural Frieze Banding the New City Hall Will Depict Kansas City’s Early History.” Kansas City Star (Nov. 15, 1936): 1.

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  131. "Ada Crogman Directs Pageant in Chicago," Pittsburgh Courier, October 11, 1924.

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  132. U.S. Senate, 61st Congress, 2nd Session. Reports of the Immigration Commission, Volume 13: Immigrants in Industries, Part II: Slaughtering and Meat Packing (Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1911). Informally known as the Dillingham Commission.

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  133. "The Legacy of Harry S Truman." The Kansas City Star, 28 Dec. 1972.

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  134. Cooper, Courtney Ryley, Ten Thousand Public Enemies, Boston: Little, Brown, & Co.,1935.

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  135. Hall, Linda and Herbert F. Hall. Last Will and Testament. Linda Hall Library, Kansas City, Missouri.

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  136. Kansas. State v. Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Plaintiff’s Abstract of the Record. Topeka: n.d.

  137. “Twenty-Six Floors of City Hall Activity and Four to Grow.” Kansas City Star (Dec. 27, 1936).

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  138. “Prof. Cook Makes Good.” Kansas City Sun, May 6, 1922.

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  139. U.S. Department of Commerce, Report of the Commissioner of Corporations on the Beef Industry, March 3, 1905 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1905).

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  140. Jazz Ambassador Magazine. Kansas City, MO : Kansas City Jazz Ambassadors.

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  141. Organized Crime Files Collection Finding Aid. Missouri Valley Special Collections. 

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  142. "Why Hudson Oil Ran Dry." Corporate Report-Kansas City. (March 1985) 37-41.

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  143. Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.) Manuscripts Division: Henry J. Allen Papers, “Ku Klux Klan Membership Roster, November 13, 1922.”

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  144. Greenebaum, Samuel. “Keneseth Israel-Beth Shalom Synagogue: An Architectural Description.” Kansas City Jewish Chronicle, September 1927.

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  145. The National Review. Kansas City, Kansas, weekly newspaper, September 25, 1913. 

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  146. U.S. Bureau of the Census, Special Reports: United States Occupations: Slaughtering and Meatpacking (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1900).

  147. Kavanaugh, Lee Hill. "Back to the Stage." Kansas City Star Magazine, 31 Jan. 2001.

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  148. John Lazia Vertical File. Missouri Valley Special Collections.

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  149. The Jacob L. Loose Million Dollar Charity Fund Association. 50 Years of Philanthropy 1924-1974. Kansas City, MO: Kansas City Association of Trusts and Foundations, 1974.

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  150. Catholic Register (Kansas City, Mo.) 1922

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  151. “Jackson County Courthouse.” The Architectural Record (December 1936).

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  152. Kansas City Sun. Kansas City, Mo. : H.L. Preston.

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  153. Kline, Loretta Shea. "Years Finally Slow Down Kansas City Jazz Great, 'Fiddler' Williams." The Catholic Key, 30 April 2004.

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  154. Case File 2924, Equity and Law Cases (1913-1938); Western District of Missouri, Western Division, Kansas City, Missouri; Records of the U.S. District Courts, Record Group 21; National Archives and Records Administration – Kansas City, MO.

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  155. Nichols, J.C., “Suburban Subdivisions with Community Features: Suggestions for Realtors and Community Organizations, as Exemplified in the Country Club District of Kansas City, Mo.,” American City 31, October 1924.

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  156. Spence, Hartzell. "The Colossal Mayor of Kansas City." The Saturday Evening Post, 28 Jan. 1956.

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  157. Kansas City [Ks.] Kansan 1921-1929

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  158. “The A, B, C of the Liberty Memorial Campaign.” Kansas City Star, Oct. 25, 1919.

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  159. The Kansas City Daily Journal. Kansas City, Mo. : Journal Co., 1892-1897.

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  160. Coplon, Jeffrey R. "Mary Lou Williams Took Off Fast in the Wide-Open Days of Swing." The Kansas City Times, 12 June 1981.

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  161. David Dubinsky. President's Records, 1932-1966. 5780/002. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University; Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1939-45.

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  162. McCullough, James H. "He Makes Homes Grow in Waste Places: An Interview with Jesse Clyde Nichols," American Magazine (March 1923): 50-51, 127.

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  163. Combs, Loula Long. My Revelation. Lee's Summit, MO: Longview Pub. Co., 1947.

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  164. Chamber of Commerce of Kansas City, Missouri. Where These Rocky Bluffs Meet: Including the Story of the Kansas City Ten-Year Plan. Kansas City: Smith-Grieves Company, 1938.

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  165. “Cheer Approval!”  Kansas City Star, Oct. 25, 1919.

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  166. The Kansas City Evening Star. Kansas City, Mo. : [s.n.], 1883-

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  167. Federal Reserve Board. "Map of Federal Reserve Districts." Federal Reserve Bulletin (October 1922), 123.

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  168. Ellen "Nell" Quinlan Donnelly Reed (1889- 1991) Papers (K0444), The State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center- Kansas City.

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  169. J.C. Nichols Vertical File. Missouri Valley Special Collections

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  170. Willis, Luther Orville. "Edward Buehler Delk." Skylines 6 (September 1956): 4-5.

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  171. Bluford, Lucile. “New Schools,” The Lincolnite, November 4, 1926, Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri.

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  172. “The Liberty Memorial” brochure, 1962.

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  173. The Negro Worker of Kansas City: A Study of Trade Union and Organized Labor Relations (Kansas City: Urban League of Kansas City, 1939)

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  174. James Alexander Reed (1861-1944) Papers (K0443), The State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center-Kansas City.

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  175. Microfilm: Kansas City Star & Times Selected Subjects, Roll 37. Missouri Valley Special Collections. 

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  176. Dos Mundos. Kansas City, Mo. : M.A. Reyes.

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  177. “Knights Templar Annual Public Family Easter Party,” Kansas City Sun, April 18, 1919, 5.

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  178. “Liberty Memorial Parade A Requiem to the 506 Kansas City Martyrs.” Kansas City Journal-Post, Oct. 25, 1919.

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  179. Kansas City Post. Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Post Pub. Co., 1906-1928.

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  180. Laurel E. Wilson (1947-) Papers (K0594), The State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center-Kansas City (SHSMO-KC).

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  181. "Peter J. Kelly." Kansas City Times microfilm. Missouri Valley Special Collections.

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  182. Kansas City Hispanic News

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  183. “Kansas City’s Record-Making Orchestras,” Kansas City Call, November 30, 1923, 1.

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  184. “Memorial Association Applies for Incorporation.” Kansas City Journal, Oct. 19, 1919.

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  185. Kansas City American. Kansas City, Mo. : Thomas Wolfe, 1902-

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  186. Ancel, Judy. “The Garment Workers," Talk for Kansas City Labor History Tour, October 17, 1992, Institute for Labor Studies,

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  187. "Joseph B. Shannon Vertical File." Missouri Valley Special Collections.

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  188. “As a Good Samaritan.” Responsibility 3 (Nov. 1925): 2-3, 10.

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  189. “Let’s Go!,” Kansas City Call, December 3, 1926, 7.

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  190. “A Mural at Memorial.” Kansas City Star, Nov. 20, 1948.

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  191. Bacote, Samuel William, ed. Who's Who Among the Colored Baptists of the United States. Kansas City, Mo.: Franklin Hudson Publishing Co., 1913.

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  192. Joe Sanders Collection (SC1-1), Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  193. "Penpoint Portraits of Kansas City Women." Kansas City Star, 6 May 1928.

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  194. Kansas City Journal-Post. Kansas City, Mo. : W. Laurence Dickey, 1928-1938.

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  195. “First Annual Flashlight Ball,” Kansas City Call, March 30, 1928, 5.

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  196. “Refutes Memorial Rumor.” Kansas City Star, Oct. 12, 1919.

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  197. Baldwin, Sara Mullin, ed. Who’s Who in Kansas City. Hebron, Neb.: Robert M. Baldwin Corporation,1930.

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  198. Popper, Joe. “America’s Band,” Kansas City Star Magazine, July 9, 1989.

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  199. "Woman's City Club Records (KC0257)."  State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center - Kansas City.

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  200. Kansas City Association for the Blind Vertical Files. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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  201. “The Big Tent,” Kansas City Call, April 20, 1928, 4.

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  202. “Will Be Honor for All.” Kansas City Times, Oct. 14, 1919.

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  203. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle.Overland Park, Kan., etc., Kansas City Jewish Chronicle Co.

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  204. Carleton Coon Collection, Kenneth LaBudde Department of Special Collections, Miller Nichols Library, University Of Missouri-Kansas City.

  205. "A Foremost Woman Citizen." Kansas City Star, 10 April 1934.

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  206. Kansas City Business Journal. Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Business Journal, Inc.

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  207. “Big Mass Meeting and Delegation Dance,” Kansas City Call, June 8, 1928, 5.

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  208. P31 Nelly Don Collection. Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library.

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