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Centropolis Revisited : A Personal Interpretation of Architecture in Kansas City During Its First One Hundred Years
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TitleCentropolis Revisited : A Personal Interpretation of Architecture in Kansas City During Its First One Hundred Years
AbstractA photocopied typewritten paper divided into two chapters. Chapter 1 is untitled and Chapter 2 is titled "The First Generation: Log Construction Among the French Creoles and Anglo-Americans". Includes footnotes. Located in the department's unprocessed Special Collections area are notes, correspondence, and notecards belonging to Gambone used in preparation for a book on local architecture.
NotesOn p.50 of the paper it is noted that the Gillis House built in 1849-50 was the first brick hotel in Kansas City.
AuthorPhilip Arthur Gambone
Date197-?
LocationManuscript File: Gambone, Philip A.
Local SubjectKansas City, Missouri--History
French Settlers
Architecture
French
Item TypeManuscript
Access This ItemThis document is not available online. You may come to the Missouri Valley Room to view it or request a photocopy from the Library's Document Delivery service. http://www.kclibrary.org/copy-requests
Item ID188531
CONTENTdm number30665
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