John Lennon, Elizabeth Taylor, Salvador Dali, David Niven ... all have a Kansas City area connection. What could link a famous musician, actors and a surrealist artist to this town?
It’s their immigration records.
All are stored underground at the National Records Center, part of the Department of Homeland Security, at the Space Center Inc. location in northern Lee’s Summit.
The facility last week celebrated its 15th year of operations, offering a rare glimpse of its secured interior to dignitaries invited to take tours.