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1. Early Kansas City Architects: "Violence in the Ranks" Early Kansas City Architects: "Violence in the Ranks" December//1977 Description of the case of the 1888 murder of architect Albert Ramsden (ca. 1853-1888), supposedly by his ex-employee John Martling, in an office at the Gibraltar Building. Ramsden the designer of the...

2. Early Kansas City Architects: Van Brunt and Howe Early Kansas City Architects: Van Brunt and Howe December//1978 Photo and biographical article about Henry Van Brunt (1836-1903) and Frank Howe (1849-1909), partners in the Kansas City architectural firm of Van Brunt & Howe, established here in 1885. Van Brunt a native...

3. Henry Van Brunt Travel Diary Finding Aid Henry Van Brunt Travel Diary Finding Aid 1901 Noted as Volume XI, this approximately 200-page travel diary was kept by Henry Van Brunt during a 1901 trip through western Europe, beginning in Geneva and including descriptions of Lyons, Avignon, Nimes,...

4. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development 1890 Photo and bio of Henry Van Brunt, an architect of the firm of Van Brunt & Howe in Kansas City since 1885 with offices in the Bayard Building at 1212-1214 Main Street. Designer with Frank Howe of the "Bullene,...

5. The Development of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri The Development of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri February//1904 Article written by local architect Frank Howe (1849-1909), about the development of architecture in Kansas City, with photos and descriptions of several buildings designed by Van Brunt & Howe as well as...