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1. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Illustration of the home of James Hyatt McGee, or James McGee, at 19th and Main, the "First Brick House in Jackson County, Built in 1845 [sic]."

2. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Contains an illustration of the Chouteau house, one of the two houses "where heaviest fighting occurred" during the Battle of Big Blue part of the Battle of Westport.

3. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Illustration of the Jesse Riddlesbarger mansion at 3rd and Delaware Streets, "[o]ne of the finest in the '50s," "[b]ought by Phil Shannon in 1861," and later the "residence of Pat Shannon, tenth mayor"...

4. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Illustrated map of the Thomas Smart farm in 1837, showing its later street divisions and land value differences by 1928 ($400 to $50 million). Bounded on this map by 9th, 12th, Holmes, and the alley west...

5. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Photo of Dr. Johnston Lykins, Kansas City's first legal mayor (and second otherwise) on page 511 and illustration of his house at 12th and Washington Streets on page 475, with a biographical sketch of...

6. In Cabins and Sod-Houses In Cabins and Sod-Houses 1928 Illustration of "a sod-house," a type of cabin in the pioneer days.

7. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the J. O. Pierce residence in Saint Louis, built about 1868 from designs by architect C. B. Clarke, and "popularly known as 'Cracker Castle.'"

8. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Includes photo of the residence of George F. Winter, designed by architect William S. Matthews and completed in 1890, with no address given.

9. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Includes photo of the interior of the residence of Hiram Norcross, designed by architects Buckley & Van Brunt and built in 1920.

10. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of a "primitive home in Wayne County, Missouri, [a] type that was familiar all over the State one hundred years ago."

11. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the L. L. Marcell residence, erected in 1924.

12. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the residence of August Meyer, built in 1897 at 44th and Warwick Boulevards.

13. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the R. A. Long residence, completed in 1910.

14. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the residence of Doctor Generous Henderson, or G. L. Henderson, at 1016 Paseo Boulevard, built in 1899.

15. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo and caption about the "[h]ouse built by Nathan Boone, son of Daniel Boone, at Femme Osage, St. Charles County, [e]rected in 1816."

16. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photos and captions about the estate of August Busch in Saint Louis County, Missouri, built in 1914 and designed by architects Klipstein & Rathmann of Saint Louis.

17. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Illustration of the "[h]ome of Col. Auguste Chouteau, St. Louis, [b]uilt in 1795 and occupied by the family until 1842."

18. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the "[r]esidence of Henri Chouteau, St. Louis, [b]uilt about 1830, at S. E. Cor. Twelfth and Clark" Streets.

19. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo and caption for "Bauernhof on the Estate of A. Busch, St. Louis County; [b]uilt in 1914," an expansive mansion in the country.

20. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the "[h]ouse built by Jean Baptiste Valle at Sainte Genevieve in 1786. There is a beautiful flower garden in the space at the side of the house, [n]ow owned by J. Vion Papin of St. Louis."