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Dee-Po Stone Raises Ghost of Day When Inconvenience Was Picturesque
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TitleDee-Po Stone Raises Ghost of Day When Inconvenience Was Picturesque
AbstractHistory of Union Depot from 1877 to 1915, on "bawdy" Union Avenue, "reached via the famous 'cattle chute' by way of the Eighth Street Tunnel and exciting Ninth Street Incline."
NotesThe Union Depot, built in 1877, occupied April 8, 1878, abandoned October 31, 1914 in favor of Kansas City's present Union Station, was torn down thirty years ago this spring. It stood on the south side of Union Avenue near Mulberry Street.
SourceKansas City Times
Local SubjectUnion Depot
9th Street Incline
8th Street Tunnel
Railroad Stations
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID102502
CONTENTdm number22111
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