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1. Another Charter Chance Another Charter Chance May 24, 2006 Article concerns Kansas City charter revisions which are to be voted on in August. "Sitting on 1.7 acres of park property, the Fire Alarm Exchange Building at 22nd and Gillham has been for sale for years....

2. Calvin Stuart Is Dead Calvin Stuart Is Dead April/9/1953 Obituary for Calvin Stuart, "81, of 3318 the Paseo," "president of the Kansas City Live Stock exchange in 1934 and 1935." Native of West Virginia coming to Kansas City in 1905 as a livestock dealer.

3. Exchange Building Bought Exchange Building Bought January 3, 2014 Article announces that the Kansas City Board of Trade building at 4800 Main Street has been sold to Mariner Real Estate Management, LLC. The company is described as a real estate investment firm with dealings...

4. Firms Round Up a Bottoms Plan Firms Round Up a Bottoms Plan January 22-28, 2010 Several owners of businesses in the West Bottoms have joined Bill Haw, owner of the Livestock Exchange Building, in supporting a plan to develop the Stockyards Place project. The project will build the...

5. First Exchange Was Only 24 Feet Square First Exchange Was Only 24 Feet Square March/9/1931 Present building has 371 times as much space as original home at 16th and State Line Roads, built in 1871.

6. Helzberg Plans Symphony Offices Helzberg Plans Symphony Offices April 15, 2008 Philanthropist Shirley Helzberg plans to restore and expand the old Vitagraph Film Exchange Building at 17th and Wyandotte for symphony offices and other tenants. Its close proximity to the Kauffman Center...

7. Historic Landmark Offers Contemporary Living Spaces Historic Landmark Offers Contemporary Living Spaces January 30, 2005 The Atriums at SoHo West, the former site of Historic Suites of America Hotel, has been converted to loft/condo residences. Three buildings comprise The Atriums, one of them, the larger west building,...

8. Home vs. Bell Home vs. Bell June 13, 2007 Article about the Home Telephone Company, one of Kansas City's early telephone service providers. The company was founded in 1901 by John Enoch as the People's Telephone Company, with the headquarters...

9. Jay B. Dillingham: Ageless at 90 Jay B. Dillingham: Ageless at 90 March/26/2000 News of the 90th birthday celebration for long-time livestock and transportation industries leader Jay Dillingham, with photo of his descendants. Description of his career as former president of the Kansas...

10. Jay Paved the Way: From Agriculture to Business to Highways, Jay B. Dillingham Helped Mold Kansas City Jay Paved the Way: From Agriculture to Business to Highways, Jay B. Dillingham Helped Mold Kansas City April/9/1997 Photo and biographical article about Jay Dillingham, officer at the Livestock Exchange Building at 1600 Genesee Street for 60 years, a former president of the Kansas City Stockyards Company from 1948 to...

11. Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Kansas City Live Stock Exchange February/23/1947 Cartoon illustration of the intersection in front of the Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Building at 16th and Genesee Streets with caption about the livestock industry's prominent economic role in Kansas...

12. KC's Law Building to be Demolished KC's Law Building to be Demolished January 11, 2005 The Law Building, located at 12th and Grand, is to be demolished as a requirement to a pending sale of the building. Current owner Matt Abbott would identify the New York buyer. Harvey Brothers Trucking...

13. Livestock Exchange Building Livestock Exchange Building November 12, 1910 The new Live Stock Exchange Building at 16th and Genesee is to be finished the last of December (1910). The tenants expect to occupy it January 1 (1911). It cost about $650,000. The present building is...

14. Making History for KC Again Making History for KC Again May 13, 2010 The Kansas City Symphony "relocated to its new space in the restored Vitagraph Film Exchange Building at 17th and Wyandotte streets on May 1." The $24 million renovation of the building was philanthropist...

15. Me and My . . . Livestock Exchange Building Me and My . . . Livestock Exchange Building July 11, 2004 Article recalls Jay Dillingham's memories of July, 1951, when the 1951 Flood ravaged the Kansas City Stockyards, of which Dillingham was president and chairman of the board.

16. Railway Exchange Building Railway Exchange Building October 3, 1965 Located at 705 Walnut Street.

17. Railway Exchange Building Railway Exchange Building June 5, 1965 Opened on September 6, 1888. Designed by John Wellborn Root. Granite base with clean cut exterior walls of red pressed brick and terra cotta. Fine architectural decorations on the capitals at 6th and 8th...

18. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City December/18/1921 Biographical article about Hughes Bryant, a Kansas City lawyer starting in 1900. He was born in 1877 in Independence, becoming an advisor in the construction and manager in the operation of several Downtown...