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Researching Saints

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Marr Sound Archives Digitally Preserves its KMBC Radio Collection

More than 445 hours of historically significant radio programming preserved

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Retired teacher Jim Beckner gives a lecture on the Battles of Westport. His speech was part of a recent teacher workshop sponsored by UMKC. Photos by Janet Rogers, University Communications.

Workshop Educates Teachers on Missouri-Kansas Border Wars

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UMKC professor co-organizes Border Wars Conference at the Kansas City Public Library

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Key figures in the Mississippi Blues Trail project, which was aided by UMKC's Marr Sound Archives, stand near the Tutwiler Blues Trail marker. From left are Tutwiler Mayor Genether Miller-Spurlock; Blues Trail research chairman Jim O'Neal; rock superstar Robert Plant; former Tutwiler Mayor Robert Grayson; and state Sen. David Jordan. Photo by Panny Flautt Mayfield.

A global resource

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