The Greater Kansas City Chapter of AHSGR serves the Kansas City metropolitan area as well as outlying areas of Missouri and Kansas. The chapter was formed in November 2019.
The Greater Kansas City Chapter meets quarterly.
The Greater Kansas City Chapter does not have a chapter membership form because we do not require chapter dues. Anyone who is a member of AHSGR International is welcome in join our chapter. To become a member of AHSGR International, please go to the membership page. Please e-mail the chapter contact to join this chapter and be added to the distribution list for information about upcoming meetings.
The remaining 2022 meeting schedule is as follows:
Sunday, November 6, 2:00 PM
President Bob Ahlbrandt email@example.com
Vice President/Chapter Contact Ronald Zitterkopf firstname.lastname@example.org
3440 S. Lee’s Summit Road Independence, MO 64055 (816) 252-7228
The Midwest Genealogy Center (MGC) is one of the United States’ preeminent resources for family history, providing access to almost three-quarters of a million on-site materials. MGC features 52,000 square feet of space that houses all of the free resources needed to research your family history.
MGC’s collections offer resources for genealogy research that span the United States and countries around the world. MGC also houses a uniquely expansive circulating collection and almost completely open stacks. You’ll find access to databases, scanning and digitization stations, oral history recording kits, microfilm reader scanners, and more.
400 West Pershing Road Kansas City, MO 64108 (816) 268-8000
The National Archives holds historical U.S. government documents (federal, congressional, and presidential records) that are created or received by the President and his staff, by Congress, by employees of Federal government agencies, and by the Federal courts in the course of their official duties.
The regional office of the National Archives located in Kansas City houses permanent records created by Federal agencies and courts in the following states: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
2 Memorial Drive Kansas City, MO 64108 (816) 888-8100
The National WWI Museum and Memorial is America’s leading institution dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. The Museum and Memorial fulfills its mission by:
Maintaining the Liberty Memorial as a beacon of freedom and a symbol of the courage, patriotism, sacrifice, and honor of all who served in World War I
Interpreting the history of World War I to encourage public involvement and informed decision-making
Providing exhibitions and educational programs that engage diverse audiences
Collecting and preserving historical materials with the highest professional standards