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1. A Guide to the New Foot Trails and Bridle Paths in Mission Hills and Indian Hills Country Club District A Guide to the New Foot Trails and Bridle Paths in Mission Hills and Indian Hills Country Club District April 1922 Trails in the Mission Hills and Indian Hills area, shown in color.

2. A Machine for Forgetting A Machine for Forgetting January 23-29, 1997 Author of article criticizes Kansas City for purposely trying to destroy evidence of its past to create a sanitized, suburbanized city. He particularly dislikes J. C. Nichols' developments because they...

3. Biography of Edward Tanner (1896-1974), Architect Biography of Edward Tanner (1896-1974), Architect 2003

4. Biography of J. C. Nichols (1880-1950), Developer Biography of J. C. Nichols (1880-1950), Developer 2003

5. Biography of Sid J. Hare (1860-1938) and S. Herbert Hare (?-1960), Landscape Architects Biography of Sid J. Hare (1860-1938) and S. Herbert Hare (?-1960), Landscape Architects 2008

6. Country Club District Country Club District circa 1930 Map of the Country Club District, including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, Hampstead Gardens, Greenway Fields, Armour Fields, Romanelli Gardens, Armour Hills, Crestwood,...

7. Country Club District Country Club District circa 1920 Map of the Country Club District, including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, Hampstead Gardens, Greenway Fields, Armour Fields, Romanelli Gardens, Armour Hills, Crestwood,...

8. Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted August 1922 Title continues: "Including Sunset Hill, Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Hampstead Gardens, Crestwood, Greenway Fields, Wornall Manor, Westwood, Westwood Hills, and Armour Hills. 2,500 Acres Restricted. Planned,...

9. Editorial: Kansas City, June 21 to 24 [and] Kansas City Itself Editorial: Kansas City, June 21 to 24 [and] Kansas City Itself February 1937 Accompanying articles about "the 30th annual meeting of the American Home Economics Association" in June 1937 at Kansas City, with a general description of the city and its geography, climate, and landmarks,...

10. George E. Nicholson Residence George E. Nicholson Residence 2008 Description and history of the George E. Nicholson residence designed by Thomas and William Wight in Kansas City. Built in 1917-1918, the house is located in the Sunset Hill addition of the Country Club...

11. Nichols' Notion Nichols’ Notion October 2008 Feature article describes J. C. Nichols and his crowning achievement, the Country Club Plaza. Provides a brief history of his time in Kansas City and his many accomplishments throughout the city.

12. Plaza Pioneer Plaza Pioneer Fall 1997 Short biography of Nichols revealing relations between his family life and business life.

13. Scenic Route through the Country Club District: America's Most Beautiful Residential Section Scenic Route through the Country Club District: America's Most Beautiful Residential Section 1920 Street map of the Country Club District with a scenic route indicated in red; specific directions are at bottom of map. Map shows Kansas City Country Club, Mission Hills Country Club, and names of neighborhoods....

14. Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid 1820-1970 (bulk 1880-1950) The vertical files in this collection contain items found in the regular vertical files of the Special Collections department that were determined to be too old and fragile to be left in the files. The...

15. Walter E. Bixby Sr. Residence Walter E. Bixby Sr. Residence 2008 Description and history of the Walter E. Bixby Sr. residence in Kansas City designed by Edward W. Tanner and built 1935-1937. Located in the Country Club District, it was the first International Style...