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1. A Gasoline Filling Station in Fashionable Architectural Garb A Gasoline Filling Station in Fashionable Architectural Garb April/9/1916 Illustration and caption about the aesthetically disguised gasoline station built by the Standard Oil Company at 62nd Street Terrace and Brookside Boulevard and designed by architect John Van Brunt.

2. Addison D. Madeira Dead: For Fifteen Years Kansas Citian Was a Metropolitan Barytone [sic] Addison D. Madeira Dead: For Fifteen Years Kansas Citian Was a Metropolitan Barytone [sic] October/9/1930 Obituary for Addison Madeira, Jr., "71 years old, former barytone [sic] of the Metropolitan Grand Opera Company" in New York City, dying on October 8, 1930 at his Kansas City residence at 6139 Brookside...

3. An Interesting Treatment of Exterior Materials An Interesting Treatment of Exterior Materials April 9,1922 Illustration and floor plan of "the new bungalow residence of A. J. Mehl, at the southeast corner of Huntington road and Brookside boulevard," designed by architect Clarence Shepard.

4. Armour Hills--Neighborhood Amenities Lure Residents Outdoors Armour Hills--Neighborhood Amenities Lure Residents Outdoors October/24/1999 Article about the rising values and increasing renovation of residences in the Armour Hills residential district, between 65th, Gregory, Oak, and Brookside Boulevard, with photos.

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. 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."...