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March/1/1949 (1)
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1. Art & Artists: A Brilliant Architect Drew Designs for Baltimore Art & Artists: A Brilliant Architect Drew Designs for Baltimore March/1/1949 Description of the architecture of a demolished hotel and its architect, including its unusual features, such as a wide hallway called "Peacock Alley."

2. Bringing out the Beauty in the Beast Bringing out the Beauty in the Beast October/14/1980 File contains an article about the residence in the Hyde Park residential district of "prominent K. C. lawyer, Frank Brumback and his wife Louise Upton Brumback, or Louise Brumback, a painter," and their...

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. J. J. Heim Home Is Sold: Robert Sutherland, Jr., Pays $90,000 for Unique Residence J. J. Heim Home Is Sold: Robert Sutherland, Jr., Pays $90,000 for Unique Residence November/25/1923 Illustration and article about the residence of J. J. Heim, or Joseph Heim, at 55th and Ward Parkways sold to Robert Sutherland, Jr., originally designed as the home for Bernard Corrigan by architect Louis...

6. Kansas City Architects Kansas City Architects November/26/1899 Article about the architects and architectural firms of Louis Curtiss, Frederick Hill, Shepard & Farrar, Root & Siemens, and Frederick Crosby Gunn, or Frederick Gunn.

7. Mineral Hall at KCAI Mineral Hall at KCAI November 22, 2009 Short article about Mineral Hall (4340 Oak St.) and its ornate front entrance, billed as "the most photographed door in Kansas City." Mineral Hall was built in 1903 by architect Louis Curtiss. It was originally...

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. Post Card from Old Kansas City Post Card from Old Kansas City March/27/1971 Photo and history of the Willis Wood Theatre, depicting firemen with equipment and horses in front of the theater.

10. Postcard from Old Kansas City Postcard from Old Kansas City June/15/1968

11. Second Edition: Newspaper Syndicator Finds a Fitting Home in a Century-Old Building Second Edition: Newspaper Syndicator Finds a Fitting Home in a Century-Old Building December 7, 2007 Andrews McMeel Universal, "founded in 1970, distributes content ranging from 'Dear Abby' to 'Doonesbury'" to newspapers. The company will move into the Boley Building in 2009.

12. Stately Elegance: Hand-Decorated Walls Set Apart House Designed by Louis Curtiss Stately Elegance: Hand-Decorated Walls Set Apart House Designed by Louis Curtiss December 22, 1985 Information about the Miller Home at 2204 Washington Boulevard in Kansas City, Kansas, the last completed project of architect Louis Singleton Curtiss, or Louis Curtiss (1865-1924), also describing its...

13. The Seldom-Noticed Art: Kansas City Architecture The Seldom-Noticed Art: Kansas City Architecture June 12 1966 Article describing these architects: (1) Breuer, Marcel, (2) Brostrom, Ernest Olaf, (3) Byrne, Mister ?, (4) Barry, Francis, (5) Curtiss, Louis, (6) Gunn, Frederick, (7) McKecknie, John, (8) Root, John...