Title: Barclay Building
Description: Partial frontal view of the Barclay building designed by architect Robert Gornall in the late 1920s located on the east side of Broadway between 36th and Valentine Road. The building to the left was called the Betsy Ross because it was modeled after the original Betsy Ross residence in Philadelphia.
Photographer: Dory DeAngelo
Item Type: Photograph, b/w/
Collection: P1, General Collection,
Local Subject: Barclay Building; Midtown; Uptown Historic District
Digital Format: jpg
Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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