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1. "Blind" Boone Plays On in Columbia - Restoring the Home of a Ragtime Great "Blind" Boone Plays On in Columbia - Restoring the Home of a Ragtime Great August 2009 Pictures and article about the work to restore the home of John Willliams "Blind" Boone, a great pioneer of American ragtime music. The home is at 10 North Fourth Street in downtown Columbia, Missouri,...

2. . ..Presenting Edward W. Tanner: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Edward W. Tanner: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month December//1947 Photo and biographical article about Edward Tanner, a Kansas City architect of the Country Club Plaza and other shopping centers and commercial buildings as head of Edward W. Tanner & Associates.

3. 18th & Vine and All That Jazz 18th & Vine and All That Jazz July-August//1982 Article about the "long overdue and much deserved renaissance" of the 18th & Vine District's buildings and streets, with history of its jazz scene and prominent black professionals.

4. 2001 Allied Arts & Craftsmanship Awards 2001 Allied Arts & Craftsmanship Awards October 2001 Photos and article about the winners of the 2001 Allied Arts and Craftsmanship Awards of the Kansas City Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, including the Valencia Place dome, the Rockhurst...

5. 911: An Emergency on Walnut 911: An Emergency on Walnut Summer 1994 Article about the twin-towered Post Office Federal Building, winner of 1931 American Institute of Architecture award. Story of its near abandonment after a report by OSHA (Office of Safety and Health Administration)....

6. A Bite of History A Bite of History Spring 1996 Description of the businesses in the preserved buildings of the Garment or Wholesale District along 8th and Broadway Boulevards, mainly restaurants in the 1990s.

7. A Change of Space A Change of Space July/August 2003 Article describes the conversion of warehouses, lofts, and historic buildings in downtown Kansas City into condominiums and apartments.

8. A City in a Square: The Story of K.C.'s Newest Downtown Development A City in a Square: The Story of K.C.'s Newest Downtown Development July//1978 Article about the new City Center Square building at 1100 Main Street, called a "vertical suburban shopping center," designed to help revitalize Downtown.

9. A Kansas City Architect: A. Wallace Love A Kansas City Architect: A. Wallace Love October-November//1981 Photos and biographical article about A. Wallace Love (1859-1912), an architect and building contractor native to Michigan and coming to Kansas City in 1878. City official as City Councilman, superintendent...

10. A Kansas City Architect: Charles A. Smith A Kansas City Architect: Charles A. Smith January-February//1986 Photos and biographical article about Charles Smith, a local architect designing many downtown buildings, such as 1016 Walnut Street, YMCAs at both downtown and the Paseo, and Capitol Garage at 1306 Main...

11. A Kansas City Architect: Clifton B. Sloan A Kansas City Architect: Clifton B. Sloan March-April//1982 Photos and biographical article about Clifton Breeden Sloan, or Clifton Sloan (1870-1958), an architect "responsible for some of Kansas City's most interesting architectural designs." Native of Illinois...

12. A Kansas City Architect: Edgar Faris A Kansas City Architect: Edgar Faris August-September//1981 Biographical article about Edgar Faris (1882-1945), a Kansas City architect with extant works dating between 1908 and 1925, before moving to Miami in 1926, gaining "a national reputation as a landscape...

13. A Kansas City Architect: James Oliver Hogg A Kansas City Architect: James Oliver Hogg September-October 1982 Photos, illustration, and biographical article about James Hogg, an architect born in Wisconsin "around 1858" and arriving in Kansas City in 1886. Designer of mostly commercial and storage buildings, including...

14. A Lady Revealed in the Last Years of a Woman of Uncertain Reputation: The Story of Louise Heorath A Lady Revealed in the Last Years of a Woman of Uncertain Reputation: The Story of Louise Heorath Spring 2005 Louise Heorath whose real name was Cora Totty was associated with Annie Chambers, owner of houses of prostitution in the city around the turn of the century. "Perhaps it was not until the 18th Amendment...

15. A Lesson in Style: Art Deco A Lesson in Style: Art Deco April-May//1980 Photos and discussion about the unique American architectural style developed in the 1920s with Kansas City examples.

16. A Lesson in Style: Queen Anne A Lesson in Style: Queen Anne April-May//1979 Description of Queen Anne architectural style, in vogue in America roughly from 1880 to 1900. Ornate style based on English medieval and Renaissance rural domestic.

17. A National Register Update A National Register Update May-June//1982 Update of the National Register after the one-year hiatus of the organization, with two residential districts and two buildings.

18. A New Look at Remarkable. ..Missouri Town 1855 A New Look at Remarkable. ..Missouri Town 1855 October-November//1968 Illustrations and article about Missouri Town 1855, a collection of relocated and preserved houses and other 19th century buildings from the metro and surrounding areas "on the eastern side of Lake Jacomo."...

19. A Prominent Building Contractor of Kansas City A Prominent Building Contractor of Kansas City November//1905 Short article featuring local building contractor S. J. Hayde. Several of the buildings are listed in the article that his company has built, as well as a photograph of him.

20. A Prominent Contractor and Builder of Kansas City A Prominent Contractor and Builder of Kansas City October//1904 Short article about local builder Wallace Love. He came to Kansas City in 1879 and was at one time Superintendent of Buildings of Kansas City. Buildings he has erected include: Fairfax Arms Apartments,...