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Amateur or Professional, the Arts Flourish--Fairway: Reinhardt Home Is Painted for City Hall
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TitleAmateur or Professional, the Arts Flourish--Fairway: Reinhardt Home Is Painted for City Hall
AbstractArticle about the painting by artist Mary Campbell (for placement in the Fairway city hall) of the newly-restored 1879 farm home of Philip Reinhardt (ca. 1834-1921) next to the site of the former Kansas City Country Club (Loose Park). Description of Reinhardt's life and career as a native of Germany emigrating to Kansas City in 1854 as a wagon-maker near 5th and Main Streets, working with Thomas Bullene during the horse epizootic before moving to the Junction in 1869 and then retiring to his farm in 1879 (on land bounded by 56th, 63rd, Belinder, and Mission Roads and including the Kansas City Country Club, Reinhardt Estates, and part of Fairway, Kansas).
DateNovember/3/1976
SourceJohnson County Sun
LocationVertical File: Reinhardt, Philip
PageB1: 1
Local SubjectReinhardt, Philip
Residences
Campbell, Mary
Art--Paintings
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID117669
CONTENTdm number25830
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