The stories in this book are taken from narrations performed during 7 years on the Kansas City Hour, a weekly hour long radio program sponsored by the men and women of the Kansas City Life Insurance Company. Source material used by all of the writers is difficult to trace but the library of the Kansas City Star were certainly drawn upon liberally.
James Henry Lane, the Grim Chieftain
Massacre at St. Louis
The Wooden Gun
Rock Creek School
Battle of Lexington
Cole Younger and the Apple Woman
The Battle of Independence
Vengeance at Christmas
Order No 11
Price's Last Raid
Private Dunlavy Captures a Gen eral
Quantrill's Last Battle
Now It is Over
Soft cover book with a 1960 copyright by the Kansas City Life Insurance Company.
Very interesting soft cover book in good condition. It has some small dog ears on the lower right corner and a former owner name label on the front endpaper.
The Confederate soldier returned to bitter days of reconstruction, Missouri was impoverished and feeling ran deep and why Missouri became The Outlaw State.
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