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1. Anything But Lousy: J. Bird Studios Builds a Nest in Armourdale Anything But Lousy: J. Bird Studios Builds a Nest in Armourdale December 2007 J. Bird Studios, at 516 Kansas Avenue, opened September 2006. Tile-maker Jori Herbert established the six-artist studio in Armourdale because of its affordability and proximity to West Bottoms and Crossroads....

2. Armourdale Armourdale Fall 2012 Reprinted portions of a report on the residential district of Armourdale. Founded in 1880 in response to railroad companies developing and investing in the area, Armourdale was annexed as part of Kansas...

3. Gas Lamp Industry Gas Lamp Industry July 1899 Located at 31 Kansas Avenue in Armourdale, the Standard Light Company produces Standard incandescent gasoline lamps. The plant constructs the burners, valves, and other parts of the lamp and is equipped...

4. Rehabilitation: Kansas City Dries Off Rehabilitation: Kansas City Dries Off August/27/1951 Damage and recovery report on the flood, estimating damages at $0.50-1.0 billion to property alone.

5. Reid Brothers Packing House Fire, 1895 Reid Brothers Packing House Fire, 1895 2003 Article describes in detail a major fire at the Reid Brothers packing house in Kansas City, Kansas. The author includes much information about the workings of the Reid Packing House, a typical one of its...

6. Toadoloop (Toad-a-Loop) Toadoloop (Toad-a-Loop) June, 2004 Article describes the area of "Toad-a-Loop" or "Toad-a-Loup", a notorious community that was located adjacent to the Kansas River near Greystone Heights (just outside the jurisdictions of Kansas City,...