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Progress at the Second-Oldest Park
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TitleProgress at the Second-Oldest Park
AbstractArticle details the Indian Mound neighborhood's concern about cleaning up Budd Park. Michael Herron, North region manager at Parks and Recreation "explained that Budd Park, established in 1891, is Kansas City's second-oldest park and unique to this day because it retains most of its natural topography. The main shelter house is original from 1922 and replaced an earlier one made of wood. The tennis courts, too, are in their original location."
DateOctober 11, 2006
SourceNortheast News
Local SubjectBudd Park
Indian Mound Neighborhood
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID216537
CONTENTdm number29772
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