|Old church made way for federals
||Church and land sold for a federal building on 7th Street between Ann and Armstrong avenues.
|Stained glass windows tell history of KCK
||Information about stained glass windows located in City Hall.
|Bridge opened 50 years ago Tuesday
||Details about the 7th Street Trafficway bridge, which opened April 23, 1935.
|Wyandotte fire had lasting effect
||Recounting of fire at Wyandotte High School in 1934.
|Airport dedication big event here
||Story and details on the defunct Fairfax Airport.
|Temple Church Still Serving as Church
||Article focuses on Temple Church then located at 7th and Parallel.
|Old mineral baths a Rosedale landmark
||Rosedale used to feature mineral baths at hotel's spa.
|War memorials abound here
||Focus of the story is on the various war memorials located throughout Wyandotte County. This includes the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall.
|Small park colors area on Central
||Article discusses the history of 726 Central Ave.
|University once functioned at 27th and Sewell
||History behind the defunct Western University, which was located at 27th and Sewell.
|City Hall had additions
||Story focuses on the various additions to City Hall.
|Fire department got old City Hall
||Original City Hall was located on the site of the KCK Fire Headquarter building.
|Carnival Park was once a bright and shining spot
||Carnival Park once was a booming place for amusement, but eventually shutdown. It's now Dorney Field.
|Old street car tracks here reminder of times gone by
||Story focuses on streetcars that used to be in Kansas City, KS.
|12th Street Bridge's history long
||Article discusses the history of the 12th Street Bridge.
|Town team once drew crowds
||Town used to have club team that was considered a semi-pro baseball team.
|Minnesota Avenue was a bustling place
||Article discusses the past of Minnesota Avenue as a business hub in the metro.
|Cemetery was tribal ground
||Background on Huron Cemetery as the Wyandot Burying Ground and information about structures surrounding the site.
|Interest in libraries here nearly century old
||Story focuses on the history of how libraries in Kansas City were established.
|Huron Park dates to 1859
||Huron Park land was acquired Sept. 28, 1859. Article provides an accounting of the park's history.