Title: Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p051

Description: North central part of early Kansas City from W. 21st Street south to W. 24th Street and from Summit Street east to Washington Street, showing buildings, streets and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area.

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Date: 1895-1907

Volume/Map Sheet Number: Vol. 1, Sheet #51

Subject(s): Maps; Bakeries; Blacksmithing;

Local Subject(s): Gray's Court;

Buildings or Structures: Gray's Hall; United States Post Office Station "D";

Businesses: Duff and Repp Furniture Company; J. W. Merrill Lumber; Libbey and Fulton Company; Midland Shirt and Pants Company; Stulz Brothers Liqours;

Street Names: W. 21st Street; W. 23rd Street; W. 24th Street; Jefferson Street; Pennsylvania Avenue; Southwest Boulevard; Summit Street; Washington Street;

Districts: Crossroads Arts District;

Additions or Subdivisions: Chadwick Block; F. J. Baird's Addition; Hill's Subdivision; Jaudon's Addition; Southside Place; Thayer's Addition; Winter's Addition;

Neighborhood(s): Union Hill; West Side

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: KC1_1895_07p051

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

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