Title: Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p358

Description: Northern part of early Kansas City in the Birmingham industrial district, from 4th Street south to 5th Street and from Spratley Avenue east to Clay Street, as well as a portion of Minnaville, Missouri, showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area. At top of map, "Birmingham, Clay County, Mo., situated 10 miles n.e. of Kansas City, Mo."

See Also: Key http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Sanborn,230 <br> For history of the company and how to read the maps, request from staff the Sanborn Maps vertical file.

Date: 1896-1907

Volume/Map Sheet Number: Vol. 3, Sheet #358

Subject(s): Maps;

Local Subject(s): Minnaville, Missouri;

Buildings or Structures: Baptist Church; Methodist Episcopal Church; Union House;

Businesses: Kansas City Shale Brick Company;

Street Names: 2nd Street; 3rd Street; 4th Street; 5th Street; 6th Street; Clay Street; Lindenman Avenue; Main Street; Spratley Avenue;

Districts: Birmingham Industrial District;

Creator: Sanborn-Perris Map Co. Limited

Physical Description: map, color, 21 in. x 25 in.

Map Scale: 50 feet = 1 inch

Digital Collection: Sanborn Maps

Digital Format: jpg2

Digital Date: 2005

Barcode: KC3_1896_07p358

Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri

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