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Architect Who Shaped KC's Landscape Dies
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TitleArchitect Who Shaped KC's Landscape Dies
AbstractRalph Myers, one of the most influential architects in Kansas City, died on December 3, 2007. Myers and his partner Clarence Kivett were responsible for designing the triple-terminal Kansas City International Airport, the Truman Sports Complex, the Missouri Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair, and the Macy's department store in downtown Kansas City. Myers, a graduate of Southwest High School and the University of Illinois, partnered with Kivett for over 30 years to create modern and diverse structures throughout Kansas City.
AuthorSteve Paul
DateDecember 4, 2007
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVerical File: Architects
PageA1:6
SubjectArchitects
Local SubjectMyers, Ralph
Kivett, Clarence
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID217742
CONTENTdm number37406
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