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1. 'Humanbeing': Artist Uses Text and Images to Relate the Spirit of American Indian Culture 'Humanbeing': Artist Uses Text and Images to Relate the Spirit of American Indian Culture August/1/1999 Photos and biographical article about David Hunt, a 43-year-old art teacher at Shawnee Mission Northwest High School and artist with a warehouse studio next to Lidia's restaurant on Baltimore Avenue, specializing...

2. 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...

3. A Downtown Landmark Shuts Doors A Downtown Landmark Shuts Doors December 30, 2003 After almost 80 years serving downtown Kansas City, the Italian Gardens restaurant closed its doors. A family-owned restaurant for five generations, Italian Gardens served many of the city's prominent...

4. Addicted To Art, Byron Cohen Gallery Hits 10-year Mark Addicted To Art, Byron Cohen Gallery Hits 10-year Mark October 21, 2004 The Byron C. Cohen Gallery for Contemporary Art is now celebrating its 10th anniversary. It is a contemporary art gallery located at 2020 Baltimore Avenue in the Marietta Chair Building in the Kansas City...

5. Art Amid Destruction Art Amid Destruction August 4, 2011 "Project Reclamation," initiated by Kansas City artist Matt Dehaemers, was a fund-raising event that involved Joplin-area artists that created artworks using debris from the May 2011 tornado that devasted...

6. Arthur Nelson Reece Obituary Arthur Nelson Reece Obituary January/8/1963 Obituary for Arthur Nelson Reece, or Arthur Reece, "former assistant to the president of the Kansas City Southern railway" dying at the age of 83 at his home at 7241 Baltimore Avenue.

7. Auction Claims All That Made Bretton's Auction Claims All That Made Bretton's April//1976 Photos and text about the auction of the equipment of the restaurant at 1215 Baltimore Avenue.

8. Axel Hawkinson Dies: Former Swedish Vice-Consul Here Had Been Ill Axel Hawkinson Dies: Former Swedish Vice-Consul Here Had Been Ill March/3/1956 Photo and obituary article for Axel Hawkinson, "81, former Swedish vice-consul here." He was born at 12th and Central Streets and lived at 437 West 66th Street Terrace as foreign consul. He was appointed...

9. Baltimore Hotel Baltimore Hotel February 18, 1940

10. Banker Deals at 1009 Main: R. C. Kemper, Jr., Buys a Property from Uncle's Estate Banker Deals at 1009 Main: R. C. Kemper, Jr., Buys a Property from Uncle's Estate November/21/1965 Photo, caption, and article about the purchase of the Bond Building, "a 5-story and basement structure at 1009-11 Main street," by R. Crosby Kemper, Jr., "board chairman of the Grand Avenue Bank & Trust...

11. Dean W. Graves Sets Up Office Dean W. Graves Sets Up Office June/30/1968 File containing a photo and biographical article about Dean Graves, an architect with Urban Architects at 1004 Baltimore Avenue, formerly with Kivett & Myers, residing at 5328 West 67th Street in Prairie...

12. Deaths: Robert L. Winslow, Jr. Deaths: Robert L. Winslow, Jr. April/15/1972 Photo and obituary for Robert Winslow, Jr., "55, of 4407 [West 66th Terrace], Prairie Village," Kansas, a certified public accountant with "Lunsford-Barnes and Company, accountants" (with offices at 912...

13. Defining Downtown Defining Downtown September/22/2002 Portion of larger article about downtown. Includes a colored map of the 8 major districts downtown. Also included is a sequence of graphics detailing businesses and buildings of a 4-block area encompassing...

14. 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...

15. 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...

16. Frank Schudy Sr. Frank Schudy Sr. May 18, 1963 Obituary for Frank Schudy, the manager of the Shubert Theater during the 1920s-1930s, at 10th and Baltimore Avenue, dying at the age of 59 in 1963. Also former employee of Tom Pendergast and owner of the...

17. Hanna Rubber Celebrates 75 Years: Longtime KC Firm Relocated, Prospers after Disastrous Fire Hanna Rubber Celebrates 75 Years: Longtime KC Firm Relocated, Prospers after Disastrous Fire September/15/2000 Story of the 75th anniversary and rapid recovery of the Hanna Rubber Company of Kansas City following a devastating fire in 1991, with the company relocating from 1512 Main Street to 1511 Baltimore Avenue,...

18. Happy 75th Anniversary Happy 75th Anniversary September/15/2000 Article about the 75th anniversary of the Italian Gardens restaurant at 1110 Baltimore Avenue, established in 1925 by John Bondon and Frank Lipari at 13th and Walnut Streets, moved to 1531 Grand Avenue...

19. Hoover Brothers, Inc. Hoover Brothers, Inc. Clippings on microfilm about the school supplies company of Hoover Brothers, Incorporated, established in 1900 by Orvis Hoover and his brother Alvin Boyd Hoover, or Alvin Hoover, at the Studio Building...

20. Hotel Closing News to Staff [and] Salvaged Art Work Hotel Closing News to Staff [and] Salvaged Art Work November/22/1973 Photo and caption about the removal and preservation of griffins and other "terra cotta tile sculpture" from the Senator Hotel at 17 West 12th prior to its demolition and replacement by a parking lot....