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Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program
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TitleWestheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program
AbstractBiographical sketch of William Warren Rose, or William Rose (1864-1931), an architect of both Kansas Citys and former mayor of Kansas City, Kansas. Native of New York coming to Kansas City, Missouri as an architect in 1886 "with offices in the Baird Building at 6th and Wyandotte" Streets before moving offices (as partner with James Hogg) to Kansas City, Kansas by 1889 "in the Beard Building at 538 Minnesota Avenue." "[A]ppointed architect for the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education" from 1891 to 1926 and designing many schools and other public buildings in Kansas City, Kansas including "the high school" there in 1899 (burned down in 1934) and the Carnegie Library in 1904 ("demolished by the Board of Education for a parking lot in 1965"). Resident of Kansas City, Kansas with architectural offices before 1897 at the Builders and Traders Exchange building and later in the Postal Telegraph Building at 8th and Delaware Streets in Kansas City, Missouri.
AuthorCydney Millstein
Date//1989
Locationq978.139 M65w
Page102-105
Local SubjectRose, William W.
Architects
Item TypeBook
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Item ID116153
CONTENTdm number6332
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