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J. W. M'Kecknie Is Dead: Veteran Architect Was Widely Known in His Field
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TitleJ. W. M'Kecknie Is Dead: Veteran Architect Was Widely Known in His Field
AbstractPhoto and obituary for John McKecknie (1862-1934), an architect with offices in the New York Life Building and residence at 4811 Holly Street. Description of his life and career as a native of Ohio coming to Kansas City in 1896, specializing "in early reinforced concrete structure, with the Gumbel building of 1904 at the southeast corner of [8th] and Walnut streets, the Montgomery Ward building of 1908 at the southwest corner of [19th] and Campbell streets, and the Gloyd building of 1909 at 921 Walnut street," as well as the Harzfeld store building and the Grand Avenue Temple building.
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: McKecknie, John W.
Local SubjectMcKecknie, John W.
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID114808
CONTENTdm number25573
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