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Open a Viaduct between Cities: Mayors Take Part in Ceremony at Twenty-third Street Span
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TitleOpen a Viaduct between Cities: Mayors Take Part in Ceremony at Twenty-third Street Span
AbstractPhotos, captions, and article about "the completion of a major remodeling project which re[o]pened the Twenty-third street viaduct to traffic between the cities [Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas] and to the Central Industrial district." Description of the "40-year-old viaduct," its ceremonial reopening near the American Royal building with mayor H. Roe Bartle (Kansas City, Missouri), mayor Paul Mitchum (Kansas City, Kansas), Jay Dillingham ("president of the Kansas City Stock Yards company"), and Lester Milgram (grocer) involved.
NotesPage 3: "'It is unfortunate the (Twenty-third street) viaduct had to be closed at the same time the work on the Intercity viaduct is progressing,' Mayor Mitchum said."
DateSeptember/8/1961
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm
Page1, 3
Local Subject23rd Street Viaduct
Bridges
Bartle, H. Roe
Dillingham, Jay B.
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID118030
CONTENTdm number25929
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