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1. Building's Power Failure Harms Telecom Tenants Building's Power Failure Harms Telecom Tenants December 16-22, 2005 The Bryant Building downtown is being made into a telecom carrier hotel. The art deco building is 75 years old, and "lost power for 18 hours Dec. 11, a crippling blow to the scores of telecom tenants that...

2. Deaths: Mrs. William H. Schutz Deaths: Mrs. William H. Schutz December/3/1953 Obituary for Mrs. William Schutz, daughter of the first Bryant Building's builder (Dr. John Bryant), dying at the age of 78 in 1953. Also a granddaughter of Thomas Smart, operator of Kansas City's first...

3. Downtown Has Lasting Appeal Downtown Has Lasting Appeal March 22, 2005 Article describes Gooden Jewelers, located on the southwest corner of 10th and Baltimore. The business, once located on the second floor of the Bryant Building, has operated Downtown since 1946, when it...

4. Dr. John H. Outland Dr. John H. Outland March/25/1947 Biographical article about Dr. John Outland (ca. 1881-1947), a Kansas City surgeon and Kansas University athletic star founding the Kansas relays in 1923 and becoming the "first professional man in this...

5. Former Bryant Building Checks In As Carrier Hotel Former Bryant Building Checks In As Carrier Hotel October 13-19, 2006 The former Bryant Building, a "26-floor downtown office tower is being rebranded as 1102 Grand to coincide with its aim to be known as a carrier hotel, an epicenter of telecommunications activity". The...

6. Group Lists Downtown Landmarks Group Lists Downtown Landmarks October 26, 2004 The Kansas City Chapter of the American Institute of Architects compiled a list of 25 buildings in the central business district that they believe are significant downtown landmarks ''worthy of attention...

7. Relics of the Past Making Way for Modern Structures Relics of the Past Making Way for Modern Structures June/11/1930 Photo and caption of the demolition of the Garden Theater at the southeast corner of 13th and McGee Streets and the original Bryant Building.

8. Selby Kurfiss Selby Kurfiss January 14, 1949 Picture and information on Selby Kurfiss (ca. 1872-1949), a Kansas City architect residing at 320 North Chelsea Avenue and designing several residences as well as the Gillis Building, the Arthur Bryant...