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Henry F. Hoit Is Dead: He Was Architect for City's Tallest Structures
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TitleHenry F. Hoit Is Dead: He Was Architect for City's Tallest Structures
AbstractObituary for Henry Hoit, "an architect whose buildings have supplied a noteworthy contribution to the skyline of Kansas City," dying at the age of 78 "at the home, 838 West [58th Street]." Description of his life and career as a native of Chicago coming to Kansas City about 1901 and becoming "one of the architects for the Kansas City Power & Light Co. building, the Fidelity building and the Southwestern Bell Telephone company building" as well as the designer of the R. A. Long Building.
DateMay/30/1951
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm
Page3
Local SubjectHoit, Henry F.
Architects
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID98425
CONTENTdm number21473
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