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1. AIA Expresses Concern over Boley Building AIA Expresses Concern over Boley Building February 1977 Article about the Boley Building, listed on National Register for Historic Places, designed by Louis Curtiss, and located at 12th and Walnut Streets.

2. Birth of the Skyscraper Birth of the Skyscraper May-June//1984 Article about the early skyscrapers, or very tall buildings, in Kansas City, describing their architecture and architects, such as Louis Curtiss's Boley Building.

3. Curtiss Studio Building Curtiss Studio Building June/12/1966 Photo and text about the Curtiss Studio Building at 1113 McGee Street, of glass curtainwall construction, built in 1909 as office of the Kansas City architect, Louis Curtiss.

4. Curtiss Studio Building Curtiss Studio Building February 11, 1973 Built and designed in 1909 by Louis Curtiss, 20,000 square feet in area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Notable for its carefully proportioned glass-curtainwall and simple reinforced...

5. Curtiss Studio Building Curtiss Studio Building Nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places Inventory, designed by Louis Curtiss.

6. Life of an Enigmatic Local Architects Life of an Enigmatic Local Architects September//1963 Biographical article about Kansas City architect Louis Curtiss, designer of the first metal-glass curtain wall building in the world in 1906 (still standing at 1105 McGee Street).

7. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Club structure built in 1893, designed by Frederick C. Gunn and Louis Curtiss, architects.

8. Old City Hall Tower Comes Down, New Market Goes Up Old City Hall Tower Comes Down, New Market Goes Up March/21/1939 Photograph of the dismantling of the old city hall designed by architect Louis Curtiss in "Southern French Renaissance style" and first occupied in 1892.

9. The Architecture of America: A Social and Cultural History The Architecture of America: A Social and Cultural History 1961 Description of the innovative glass-walled Boley Building built in 1909 by Louis Curtiss, exploring the motif of a transparent glass wall, enclosing an entire structure.