Contains 103 Results:
Title Page – pages i-ia, Preface – pages ii-iv, Table of Contents – pages v-xiv, List of Tables and Figures – pages xv-xvi, Introduction – pages 1-28 (Typed Manuscript, 45 pages).
Pages 29-82 (Typed Manuscript, 61 pages).
Incident at Swope Park, page 83/Riot Control Training, page 91/Comparison of 1967 and 1968 Rumors, page 92) – pages 83-103 (Typed Manuscript, 21pages)
Juvenile Court, page 104/April 4, Thursday, page 105/April 5, Friday, page 107/April 6, Saturday, page 115/April 7, Sunday, page 119/April 8, Monday, page 121) – pages 104-126 (Typed Manuscript, 23 pages)
Pages 127-162 (Typed Manuscript, 36 pages).
Pages 163-205 (Typed Manuscript, 43 pages), pages 192-194 relate the story of Father Warner and Father Fly in Photographs [105, 113, 114, 119, 124, 126, 127, 128, and 130].
Pages 206-219 (Typed Manuscript, 14 pages).
Car Caravans, page 220/Making the Decision to Hold School, page 224/Buses as Targets, page 227/Resident’s Diary, page 229/Property Damage, page 232/Television Program, page 234/Looting, page 236/Decision to Set Curfew, page 239/M.I.C.A.’s Role, page 241/Crowds and More Looting, page 246/National Guard is Sent in, page 249/Police Shoot Looters, page 252) – pages 220-257 (Typed Manuscript, 38 pages).
Records from Police Tapes, page 259/Police, Student and Teacher Version, page 265/Behavior at Other Schools, page 282/Aftermath at Lincoln High, page 283/Students Leave Stadium, page 286/Further Behavior at Other Schools that Day, page 290/School Board Meeting, page 292/In Other Parts of the City, page 293) – pages 258-297 (Typed Manuscript, 40 pages).
Late Curfew Announcement, page 298/Rumors and Reports, page 300/Rock and Bottle Throwing, page 302/Events Without Pattern, page 303/Radio Code Numbers Confused, page 305/Students Gather at Stadium, page 306/Restaurant Meeting, page 313/Scattered Incidents, page 315) – pages 298-316 (Typed Manuscript, 19 pages)
Hotel (The Byron Hotel Scene, page 317/A Witness Account, page 334) – pages 317-337 (Typed Manuscript, 21 pages)
The Last Fatality, page 338/Fires and Sniping, page 339/Shots Fired From Cars, page 352) – pages 338-354 (Typed Manuscript, 17 pages).
The Governor Arrives, page 355/Rumors Persist, page 358/Official City Response, page 361/Out on the Streets, page 365/Armed Men in Abundance, page 377/Crowds – Reverent and Curious, page 381/Minor Inconveniences of the Riot, page 383/Fires, Threats of Fire and Fire-Bombing, page 385/Fewer Caravans, page 391/Fewer Looters and Prowlers, page 392/Dealing with Curfew Violators, page 396/Returning to Normal Operations, page 397) – pages 355-397 (Typed Manuscript, 43 pages)
Suspicious Vehicles, page 398/Gunshots, page 399/Carrying Weapons, page 408/Looting and Prowlers, page 413/Fires, page 419/Inspection Stops, page 424/Rock Throwing, page 427/Care-Taking Logistics, page 428/Brutality Complaint, page 432/Comparison with Other Cities, page 436/ Fair Housing Action, page 436) – pages 398-437 (Typed Manuscript, 40 pages).
Gunshots, page 438/Armed Persons, page 441/Prowlers and Looters, page 444/Crowds, page 450/Domestic Calls, page 452/Fire Bombing, page 455/Police Frustrations, page 457/April 14th, page 463) – pages 438-471 (Typed Manuscript, 34 pages)
Damages, page 473/Arrests, page 476/Assignment of Black Officers, page 478/Public Protests and Praises, page 478/Public Defenses and Remedies, page 506/The Coordination of Agencies, page 516/The Mayor’s Riot Commission, page 524/The State vs. City Schism, page 541/The Polarization of Attitudes, page 544/The Pride of Kansas City, Kansas, page 547) – pages 472-551 (Typed Manuscript, 80 pages)
Pages 672-681 (Typed Manuscript, 10 pages).
Pages 684-687 [there are no pages 682 and 683] (Typed Manuscript, 4 pages).
Pages 688-702 (Typed Manuscript, 15 pages)
Pages 703-708 (Typed Manuscript, 6 pages)
Appendix D: Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department Procedural Instruction: Mass Disturbance Control Procedure, September 25, 1967
Pages 709-748 (Typed Manuscript, 40 pages).
Appendix E: Report from the City Manager on the Economic Implications of the Civil Disorder in Kansas City, March 28, 1968 - October 16, 1970
Pages 749-767 (Typed Manuscript, photocopied, 19 pages); Appendix F: Letter from Robert W. MacNeven to Mr. James A Hazlett, March 28, 1968 – pages 768-769 (Typed Manuscript, photocopied, 2 pages); Appendix G: Sixteenth Annual Report on the Progress of Desegregation in the Kansas City Public Schools, October 16, 1970 – pages 770-775 (Typed Manuscript, 7 pages)
Pages 776-790 (Typed Manuscript, 18 pages).