Arturo de Hoyos (center), an archivist and historian, took out items from a 114-year-old time capsule that was opened Wednesday at the Evening of Legacy event at the Kansas City Scottish Rite Temple.
Arturo de Hoyos (center), an archivist and historian, took out items from a 114-year-old time capsule that was opened Wednesday at the Evening of Legacy event at the Kansas City Scottish Rite Temple. Toriano Porter tporter@kcstar.com
Arturo de Hoyos (center), an archivist and historian, took out items from a 114-year-old time capsule that was opened Wednesday at the Evening of Legacy event at the Kansas City Scottish Rite Temple. Toriano Porter tporter@kcstar.com

Confederate defense bonds, other items found in 114-year-old time capsule

January 25, 2017 11:08 PM

UPDATED January 26, 2017 03:48 PM

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