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1. A Whole New View A Whole New View January 25, 2006 Article reports the approval by the U. S. Department of the Interior of a plan to cut 142 large windows in the U. S. Cold Storage Building, located at 3rd Street and Locust in the City Market area. The...

2. An "Ice Ball" of Mirrors An "Ice Ball" of Mirrors April 15, 1923 Photo and article about the "gigantic 'ice ball'" atop the sprinkler tower of the Kansas City Cold Storage and Warehouse Company building (managed by E. M. Dodds) on East 3rd Street, resembling a ball...

3. Busier than Ever, Building Away at a Mightier Kansas City--Places Where Millions Are Being Spent Busier than Ever, Building Away at a Mightier Kansas City--Places Where Millions Are Being Spent February/12/1922 Illustrations and descriptions of several buildings in Kansas City, under construction or newly completed in 1922 including the following: (1) "the immense cold storage, warehouse and ice manufacturing...

4. Kansas City und Sein Deutschthum im 19 Jahrhundert Kansas City und Sein Deutschthum im 19 Jahrhundert 1900 Photo of the intersection of 3rd and Walnut Street in 1900, with the streets filled with horses, buggies, and people.

5. Observe 90 Years Observe 90 Years June/25/1972 Photo and article about "the 90th anniversary of the founding of the home furnishings firm by the late William Volker [1859-1947]." Description of the 1880s period clothing and furnishing at the store...

6. William Volker Obituary William Volker Obituary November/5/1947 Obituary for William Volker (1859-1947), a window shade and home furnishings dealer and anonymous charitable activist. Native of Germany emigrating to Kansas City in 1882 with his William Volker Company...