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1. 18th & Vine and All That Jazz 18th & Vine and All That Jazz July-August//1982 Article about the "long overdue and much deserved renaissance" of the 18th & Vine District's buildings and streets, with history of its jazz scene and prominent black professionals.

2. A (Delicious) Part of KC History A (Delicious) Part of KC History January 8-February 4, 2004 Article profiling the New York Bakery and Deli, located at 7016 Troost, which celebrated its centennial in 2005. The restaurant was founded by Isadore and Esther Baker at 919 E. 18th Street.

3. A Pitch for Black History: Black Baseball Museum Rescues Our Past A Pitch for Black History: Black Baseball Museum Rescues Our Past June-July//1993 Photos and article about the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum at 1601 East 18th Street in Kansas City, with description of several of its members from the old Kansas City Monarchs.

4. Club Profile: The Peach Tree Restaurant Club Profile: The Peach Tree Restaurant October/November 2003 Review of the Peachtree Restaurant, located at 1512 E. 18th Street in the historic 18th and Vine area. The restaurant, which is located on the same block where the Streets Hotel once stood, "harks back...

5. Discarded Street Names in Kansas City Discarded Street Names in Kansas City Spring 1995 Article of street name origins, such as Catherine ("Holmes, from Independence avenue north," named for Mrs. William Mulkey, with the other Catherine the former 18th Street), Chandlar ("Central street,...

6. Down on the Corner Down on the Corner May 1, 2005 Paul and Carol Hilpman own a 17,000- square-foot building at 18th and Wyandotte which they lease out to artists, photographers a yoga studio, grocery store, snack, bar, skateboard shop and three clothing...

7. Early Kansas City Architects: George Carman Early Kansas City Architects: George Carman February-March 1980 Photos and biographical article about George Carman, a local architect designing the Gem Theater (1615-17 East 18th Street), Kansas City Journal Building (300 E. 8th Street), and many houses.

8. Great K. C. Jazz Area to Be Revived Great K. C. Jazz Area to Be Revived December//1977 Article about the redevelopment project of the 18th & Vine District by the Black Economic Union and the 18th & Vine Commercial Revitalizatoin Committee.

9. High Impact High Impact Summer 2005 Article profiles sculptor Stretch. In his studio/gallery at 1830 Locust he creates sculpture out of steel and glass. Stretch is also owner of Grinders restaurant at 417 E. 18th Street.

10. Kansas City Crossroads: Reel Greater Kansas City Business Kansas City Crossroads: Reel Greater Kansas City Business December 1, 2001 Illustration and article about the "Crossroads Film Row district" formerly active on 18th Street in early 20th century Kansas City for national movie businesses, and the need for historic preservation...

11. Law Legacy Law Legacy December-January//1982-1983 Photos and biographical article about Leona Pouncey Thurman, or Leona Thurman, "the first Black woman to practice law in Kansas City," starting as a legal secretary in the Pouncey Building (later owned...

12. Renaissance on Vine Street Renaissance on Vine Street May//1997 Article about the renovation of the 18th & Vine District, the district "that put Kansas City on the map in the '30s, '40s and '50s. ..as a jazz hot bed," including features such as the new Gem Theater,...