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

102. Say-So: Ode to the Bristol Say-So: Ode to the Bristol May//1995 Reminiscences about the closed restaurant on the Plaza by a lawyer patron.

103. Seasonal Splendor Seasonal Splendor Holiday 2004 Article details the Kansas City holiday tradition of enjoying the Plaza Lights. This "jewel" of Kansas City, the lighting of the Plaza at Christmas-time celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2004.

104. Shoe Shines and Scenery Shoe Shines and Scenery March, 2005 Article describes the Plaza Shoe Shine, a shoe shine business that has been in operating in an "eight-by-fifteen foot nook" near a parking garage on the Country Club Plaza since 1959.

105. Slide Show on Country Club District Now Available Slide Show on Country Club District Now Available December-January//1979-1980 Brief description of a slide show prepared by Patricia Brown Glenn about "the development of Kansas City from the Country Club District and the Country Club Plaza across State Line into Mission Hills and...

106. Sophisticated Luxury: The Raphael Hotel Sophisticated Luxury: The Raphael Hotel February 1, 2005 Photos of the Raphael Hotel along with information about its accommodations.

107. Steaks-Plus: Eating Out in Kansas City Steaks-Plus: Eating Out in Kansas City June/15/1968 Review of various restaurants from Downtown to the Plaza, steakhouses and otherwise, with photos of the American Hereford Association building, the Savoy Grill, Stephenson's Old Apple Farm Restaurant,...

108. 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."

109. 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.

110. 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.

111. 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.

112. Taking Steps To Record Steptoe, Westport's Vanishing African American Neighborhood Taking Steps To Record Steptoe, Westport's Vanishing African American Neighborhood Autumn 2004 The African American community of Steptoe was located in Westport, Missouri. This article explores the name of the community and its growth after the Civil War. "The tiny hamlet in Westport known as Steptoe...

113. That Damned Missouri River That Damned Missouri River September//1971 Photos, map, and extensive article about the Missouri River and its history of navigation and surrounding settlements. Depiction of Kansas City area scenes including Downtown and the Country Club Plaza,...

114. The Art Road Show The Art Road Show September 2003 Ranked as one of the top five art fairs in the country, the Plaza Art Fair attracts over 250,000 visitors that view works of over 200 artists. The year 2003 marks its 71st anniversary making it one of...

115. The Battle of Westport The Battle of Westport November//1946 Article about the Battle of Westport on October 23, 1864, the "last battle of the Civil War on Missouri soil" on the site of the later Country Club Plaza along Brush Creek.

116. The Brush Creek Corridor: Kansas City's Gateway to the East The Brush Creek Corridor: Kansas City's Gateway to the East March//1999 Examination of the development plan to provide recreation, beauty, and regional identity along Brush Creek from the Plaza to the eastern edge of the city.

117. The Country Club District Has Lost a Good Friend The Country Club District Has Lost a Good Friend March//1924 Obituary for William Johnson (1845-1924), a native of the Shawnee Mission in Johnson County, Kansas, and contributor to the development of the Country Club Plaza.

118. The Danger Zone The Danger Zone July//1991 Article discussing various land use plans for the area to the east of the Country Club Plaza, including a corridor linking East and West ethnic communities, University Park, and Park Central Plaza (led...

119. The Danger Zone The Danger Zone July//1991 Article about problems with real estate developers and developments east of the Plaza, including the Rockhill neighborhood and University Park, the proposed research park adjacent to the University of...

120. The Firm of Hare & Hare and the Art of Landscape Architecture The Firm of Hare & Hare and the Art of Landscape Architecture Winter-Spring//2001 Photos, maps, illustrations, and article about the Kansas City landscape architecture and city planning firm of Hare & Hare made up of Sid Hare (1860-1938) and his son J. Herbert Hare (1888-1960). Designers...