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1. Bell Telephone Administration Building Bell Telephone Administration Building 1934 Chapter about the original Telephone Building owned by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company on the northwest corner of 11th and Oak Streets. It was completed in 1919. Fourteen floors were added and completed...

2. Corinthian Hall: An American Palace on Gladstone Corinthian Hall: An American Palace on Gladstone //1981 Description of the design and construction of the R. A. Long residence, known as "Corinthian Hall," before becoming the Kansas City Museum.

3. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Photos and text about the structure at 211 West 13th Street.

4. Kansas City Power & Light Building Profile Kansas City Power & Light Building Profile 1999

5. Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection 1921 This one box, 15 folder collection contains 43 black and white photographs measuring 8" x 10" of various views of the entries that were submitted to the Liberty Memorial design contest. They are in the...

6. Municipal Auditorium Profile Municipal Auditorium Profile 1999

7. Obituary for Alfred Edward Barnes Obituary for Alfred Edward Barnes May 12, 1960 Obituary for Alfred Edward Barnes, or Alfred Barnes, architect with Hoit, Price & Barnes in Kansas City, dying on May 11, 1960.

8. The Belman Garage: From Greaseracks to Greasepaint The Belman Garage: From Greaseracks to Greasepaint September-October//1986 Garage at 3822 Main Street built in 1925 by architects of the Power and Light skyscraper.

9. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Description of the architecture of the museum, originally the residence of R. A. Long, and the career of its architect, E. M. Price.