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1. A Reinforced Concrete Warehouse A Reinforced Concrete Warehouse December//1905 Description of the warehouse to be built of reinforced concrete and to be located at Milwaukee Avenue and Central Street on lots 8-12, block 24 of the Goodrich Addition. Miss Sarah M. Shiedley signed a...

2. A Street and City of Resurrected Dreams A Street and City of Resurrected Dreams June 2000 Discusses the implementation of several sculptures along Central Avenue from 10th to 14th Street as part of the KC150 celebration, and the unveiling of a Donald Lipski sculpture outside the Poindexter...

3. Avenue of the Arts Avenue of the Arts June 2001 Details the various scultpural pieces along Central from 16th to 9th, the "Avenue of the Arts".

4. Avenue of the Arts 2006 Features Siz New Installations Avenue of the Arts 2006 Features Siz New Installations July 1, 2006 The sixth annual Avenue of the Arts exhibit on Central Street features: Miki Baird, Sidewalk Confetti; Susan White, Lyric Lascaux; Jorge Garcia, A Minor Code; Margaret & Rolf Brommelsiek, Rabone 9; Milton...

5. Avenue of the Arts Unveiling Avenue of the Arts Unveiling May 2001 Discusses the unveiling of the 2nd annual Avenue of the Arts, a series of sculptural installations along Central Street between 10th and 16th.

6. Bringing Downtown Back: Fire Station No. 2 Bringing Downtown Back: Fire Station No. 2 November-December//1983 Building at 1020 Central Street orignally the Fire Department Headquarters but renovated as the Central Exchange club.

7. Bringing Downtown Back: Fire Station No. 2 Bringing Downtown Back: Fire Station No. 2 November-December 1983 Central Exchange club building originally the Fire Department Headquarters Building at 1020 Central Street.

8. Close Encounters Close Encounters March 1, 2006 Article describes "winning proposals for Kansas City's 2006 Avenue of the Arts". Artists and teams are: Miki Baird, Rolf and Margaret Brommelesiek, Julia Cole and Leigh Rosser, Jorge Garcia, Milton F....

9. Concerning Various Citizens Concerning Various Citizens May 15, 1915 Photos and biographical sketches of George Muehlebach ("president of the Muehlebach Brewing Company and other large interests" and born in Kansas City in 1881), Edward Winstanley (sheriff of Jackson County...

10. Daughters of Old Westport Mark 65th Anniversary Daughters of Old Westport Mark 65th Anniversary September//1977 History of the Daughters of Old Westport club, founded in 1912, with regular meetings at 3948 Central Street with a memorial marker placed "in 1920 at 40th and Broadway," with photo.

11. Discarded Street Names in Kansas City Discarded Street Names in Kansas City Spring 1995 Article of street name origins, such as Catherine ("Holmes, from Independence avenue north," named for Mrs. William Mulkey, with the other Catherine the former 18th Street), Chandlar ("Central street,...

12. Early Kansas City Architects: Alice G. Jackson Early Kansas City Architects: Alice G. Jackson June-July, 1979 Photo and biographical article about Alice Jackson, an early woman architect in Kansas City. She was born in Illinois in 1863 and did not start her architectural career until she was almost 50 years old....

13. For Members Only For Members Only May//1993 Club established in 1980 mainly for professional women but open to everyone, located at 1020 Central Street.

14. Historic Westport: Scarritt House to National Registry Historic Westport: Scarritt House to National Registry July//1978 Story about the preservation of the Nathan Scarritt residence, "what the State Historical Society of Missouri calls the oldest house in the Westport area--and one of the few early buildings remaining,"...

15. Louis Hammerslough Louis Hammerslough Fall 1990 Portrait and biographical article about Louis Hammerslough (1835-1903), "the pioneer clothing merchant" in Kansas City, arriving here in 1858 from his native Germany, establishing his clothing store at...

16. Old Hyde Park and Greystone Nominated for Local Historic Register Old Hyde Park and Greystone Nominated for Local Historic Register Fall 1994 Article announcing the nomination of the two historic districts to the Kansas City Register of Historic Places: Greystone, "located along the 3100 and 3200 blocks of Central" Street, and Old Hyde Park,...

17. Origin of the Christian Church at Westport Origin of the Christian Church at Westport October//1907 Paper read by the author "before the congregation of Hyde Park Christian Church of Westport, Mo., Sunday afternoon, November 25, 1906, at the celebration of the 69th anniversary of the founding of the...

18. Ready-Mixed Whiskey Ready-Mixed Whiskey March/1/1935 Discussion on the supposed price-fixing of alcohol in Kansas City and its relation to the ownership of T. J. Pendergast Wholesale Liquor Company at 2101 Central Street, "the largest distributor of liquor...

19. The Architectural Career of Nelle Peters The Architectural Career of Nelle Peters January//1989 Photos and biographical article about Nelle Peters (1884-1974), a Kansas City architect specializing in hotels and apartments especially in the 1920s. Native of North Dakota and coming to Kansas City in...

20. The First Baptist Church of Westport The First Baptist Church of Westport October 1924 Mention of Mrs. Susan Harris Bernard, or Susan Bernard, as one of "the historic names early associated with" the membership of the Union Baptist Church of Westport, built in 1846 "at the corner of Westport...