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Improving Municipal Administration: Largest Municipal Market Terminal Opened
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TitleImproving Municipal Administration: Largest Municipal Market Terminal Opened
AbstractArticle about the opening of "one of the largest wholesale fruit and vegetable markets in the country" at "the raised levee where the Kaw and the Missouri Rivers meet" in Kansas City, Kansas. "[B]uilt by the municipality with financial aid from the Union Pacific Railroad and Federal works funds" and "[p]lanned to serve farmers and food wholesalers from ten to fifteen states in the area around Kansas City."
NotesPage 57: "Kansas City, Mo., plans to rebuild its old food market now for retail use only."
AuthorHarold S. Buttenheim
SourceAmerican City
LocationSC 73: Collection of Magazine Article Photocopies
Page105, 107
Local SubjectKansas City, Kansas
West Bottoms
City Market
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID114410
CONTENTdm number16616
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