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1. 13th and Baltimore 13th and Baltimore September 5, 2014 Brief history of the southwest corner of 13th Street and Baltimore Avenue and Ned Eddy's family's businesses in Kansas City. The corner was the location of the upscale supper club Eddy's Restaurant from...

2. A Whole New Bag A Whole New Bag May 25-31, 2007 Central Bag Co. located in Kansas City, Missouri, at 1323 W. 13th Street, distributes and manufactures bags and other packaging. It employs 45 people. Central Bag has been at its current location since...

3. Ararat Shrine Paraders Line Up Ararat Shrine Paraders Line Up May/25/1958 Photo and caption about the parade of the Ararat Shrine Temple members "on [13th Street] in front of Municipal Auditorium."

4. Building for a Million--Possibilities in the Suggested Widening of Thirteenth Street into a Great East-and-West Building for a Million--Possibilities in the Suggested Widening of Thirteenth Street into a Great East-and-West Traffic Artery February/18/1915 Large illustration with map and caption, showing the proposed widening of 13th Street, looking east from Walnut Street, with buildings, street cars, automobiles, buggies, etc.

5. Developers Buy TWA Building Developers Buy TWA Building September 16, 2003 Lou Trigg and Roger Buford purchased the old 8-story TWA building at the southeast corner of 13th Street and Baltimore Avenue. They formed a partnership called TB Squared to redevelop it. TWA owned the...

6. Fire Destroys an Old Church: Condemned Building at 1501 Broadway Is in Flames an Hour Fire Destroys an Old Church: Condemned Building at 1501 Broadway Is in Flames an Hour June/23/1964 Photo, caption, and article about the destruction by fire of the "2-story stone building at 1501 Broadway, once the home of one of Kansas City's oldest churches." Built in 1902 as "the third home of the...

7. For These Two Properties, 1 Million Dollars For These Two Properties, 1 Million Dollars March/23/1947 Photos and caption about the sale of two buildings on 13th Street to Yale University (based in New Haven, Connecticut) from their owner since 1946, "Spiegel, Inc., [a] Chicago firm." Buildings including...

8. Forty Years Ago Forty Years Ago December 1, 1969 Higgs Terrace, once fashionable residential area adjoining the Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal church [now cathedral], is to be razed. It was erected in 1887 by Randolph E. Higgs.

9. Forty Years Ago Forty Years Ago January/5/1970

10. Kansas City's Mayors: Good and Bad in Term Kansas City's Mayors: Good and Bad in Term April/12/1975 File containing a photo and biographical article about Smith Woods (1830-1888), "Kansas City's 16th mayor in 1874," with residence at 413 West 13th Street. Native of Indiana moving to Leavenworth, Kansas...

11. The Kansas City Club Will Be Ready for "House Warming" in Its Luxurious New Home New Year's Day The Kansas City Club Will Be Ready for "House Warming" in Its Luxurious New Home New Year's Day December/11/1921 Illustrations of the interior and exterior of the new Kansas City Club building at 13th Street and Baltimore Avenue and caption about the planned festivities at its house-warming open house event on New...

12. Traffic Officer Traffic Officer August 17, 1957 Vertical file contains a photo and caption about Ruben Hunt, "23, of 1622 Virginia" Avenue, a police officer with the traffic direction division. He was a lifelong Kansas Citian and graduate of Lincoln...

13. TRCA Makes Funding Appeal to City-Wide PIAC TRCA Makes Funding Appeal to City-Wide PIAC August/22/2001 Article about the appeal by the Truman Road Corridor Association for "an engineering study to examine the flooding problems of four underpasses in and near Historic Northeast: 18th Street and Indiana,...