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1. Brookside Hotel Brookside Hotel Postcard of the Brookside Hotel

2. Brookside Shopping Area Brookside Shopping Area 1992 Looking east along the north side of 63rd Street from Brookside Boulevard.

3. Brookside Shopping Center Brookside Shopping Center Information about the Brookside district as a mixed-use shopping center and residential district at about 63rd and Brookside Boulevard (between Main and Wornall Roads). Description of its history, established...

4. Country Club District Country Club District Postcard of the Country Club district showing Brookside Boulevard

5. Rebirth of Brookside Hotel Rebirth of Brookside Hotel February 25-March 3, 2005 Article describes project to rebuild Brookside Hotel at 54th and Brookside Boulevard as The Crestwood condominiums. The various uses for the building are described as is the engineering required to support...

6. Rustic Bridge Rustic Bridge Postcard of a Rustic Bridge on Brookside Boulevard

7. Street Scene At 53rd Terrace Street Scene At 53rd Terrace January 1924 Looking east along 53rd Terrace just west of Brookside.

8. Street Scene On 53rd Terrace Street Scene On 53rd Terrace January 1924 Looking east along 53rd Terrace just west of Brookside.

9. Street Scene On Brookside Boulevard Street Scene On Brookside Boulevard January 1924 Looking north along Brookside Boulevard from just south of 53rd Terrace.

10. Streetcar Streetcar 1955 Route 56, Country Club line car in Brookside. Also shows Peed's Flowers, located at 6227 Brookside Boulevard.

11. The First Hollow Tile House The First Hollow Tile House June/8/1913 Illustration and caption about "the first residence to be erected in Kansas City with walls from the basement up entirely of hollow tile," built in 1913 "[o]n Brookside boulevard, oppsite Huntington Road."...