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Federal Buildings In Kansas City
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TitleFederal Buildings In Kansas City
AbstractPhotos, illustrations, and information on the old federal buildings of Kansas City, doubling as post offices. First post office at 7th and Main Streets in the early 1880s, replaced in the mid-1880s in function with the Post Office and Customs House at the southeast corner of 9th and Walnut streets (also called the Federal Building and razed about 1932 for physical replacement by the Fidelity Building). Another federal building erected in 1900 with a dome on the east side of Grand Avenue between 8th and 9th streets, including a post office and demolished in 1938.
LocationVertical File: Buildings--Federal--Old
SubjectGovernment facilities
Courthouses
Post offices
Local SubjectFederal Buildings
Post Office
Federal Building (8th and Grand)
Federal Building (9th and Walnut)
Item TypeVertical File
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Item ID96175
CONTENTdm number31542
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