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1. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza Line drawing by J. Baldridge featuring three prominent views of the area.

2. Sweet Friendship Sweet Friendship 1999 Describes Panache Chocolatier, a chocolate shop on the Country Club Plaza, and its owners, Eileen Cohen and Sharon Hoffman, on the 20th anniversary of the store's founding.

3. Demanding a Grander Vision Demanding a Grander Vision 2004 The authors outline their vision of "River Crown Plaza," an urban corridor stretching from the River Market to Country Club Plaza. The corridor would be characterized by a high-density, high-quality built...

4. Take a Walking Tour of Plaza Art Take a Walking Tour of Plaza Art April 1979 Description of the art to be seen at the Plaza in the form of sculptures, especially those of the Romanelli family.

5. 50 Years for Bennett Schneider on Plaza 50 Years for Bennett Schneider on Plaza April 1979 Started in 1929 and now listed as one of the top bookstores in the country. Visited by such famous writers as Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, and Andre Maurois.

6. Take a Walking Tour of Plaza Art Take a Walking Tour of Plaza Art April 1979 Art in Plaza impossible to duplicate in today's world.

7. Halls Plaza Open during Renovation Halls Plaza Open during Renovation April 1979 Reopening of expanded shopping center on the Country Club Plaza following reconstruction after the 1977 flood.

8. Unity Sculpture on Exhibit Unity Sculpture on Exhibit April 1979 Photo and article about the wood sculpture of "The Last Supper" by sculptor Dominic Zappia on display at the Unity Temple on the Country Club Plaza at 707 West 47th Street. Description of Zappia as a native...

9. Luxury Office Building Coming Soon to Plaza Luxury Office Building Coming Soon to Plaza April 1979 Three stories above and below ground with notable amenities, located at 48th and Ward Parkway.

10. Restaurant Reviews Restaurant Reviews April 2001 Reviews of the Mosaic restaurant ("a new restaurant in the Prairie Village shopping center" at 4160 West 71 Street in Prairie Village, Kansas) and the Romanelli Grill (opened near the Country Club Plaza...

11. Lifetime Expectation--Kansas City Artist Creates Enduring Art Lifetime Expectation--Kansas City Artist Creates Enduring Art April 2008 Short article about Kansas City artist Carolyn Payne. Payne creates paintings on ceramic tiles that become murals. Her work can be found across the states and at the Country Club Plaza. She started Payne...

12. Mini Mission Hills Mini Mission Hills April 2009 Profile of the Villas at Plaza West, seven, four-story villas located at 46th Street and Roanoke Parkway, just west of the Country Club Plaza. The townhomes are maintenance-free and available in three...

13. Mixing It Up Mixing It Up April 2010 Short article about the resurgence of mix-use developments nationwide and in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The most recent examples locally include Zona Rosa and the Power & Light District. Mix-use...

14. Walking Tour No. 3--Country Club Plaza Walking Tour No. 3--Country Club Plaza April//1969 Information about the Plaza for history and sightseeing with map and annotated points of interest.

15. Revisiting History Revisiting History April//1995 Article about a Plaza retreat both quiet and historical.

16. Steel Viaduct Masked as Arch Structure Steel Viaduct Masked as Arch Structure April/19/1928 Description of the engineering plans for the Mill Creek Boulevard Viaduct, with "detail obtained without sacrifice of architectural effect."

17. How Children Learn about Trade Books in Kansas City How Children Learn about Trade Books in Kansas City August 26, 1939 Map, photos, and article about the "[l]ocation of the principal bookshops and branch libraries in Kansas City," with special reference to books and their promotion for children and juveniles. Description...

18. Case Studies in Adaptive Reuse--Seville Square: A Shopper's Dream Case Studies in Adaptive Reuse--Seville Square: A Shopper's Dream August-September 1979 Article about the old Sears Building, now Seville Square, the world's "first suburban retail Sears store" in the 1940s.

19. Behind the Scenes with James E. Burke: Burke, Pendergast and J.C. Nichols Behind the Scenes with James E. Burke: Burke, Pendergast and J.C. Nichols August//1981 Excerpt from a 1976 speech given by local real estate developer and former Pendergast associate James Burke, about ties between J. C. Nichols and Tom Pendergast related to the paving of Brush Creek on...

20. Behind Kansas City's Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins and Become Behind Kansas City's Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins and Become Local Institutions August//1981 History of the men's clothing company, established in 1931 by Jack Henry (at the age of 27 then) as the first full-line men's store on the Country Club Plaza.